“Fixer Upper” inspired playhouse to be revealed on Thursday, Oct. 5 in Franklin and raffled on Oct. 28 at Pumpkinfest


The Williamson County CASA 2017 Little Sprouts and Twice Daily Playhouse will be on display at Fire Station #2 on Highway 96 as of Thursday, Oct. 5. The custom playhouse will be given to one lucky winner at CASA’s sixth annual playhouse raffle on Saturday, Oct. 28, which is one of the organization’s largest annual fundraisers. All proceeds from raffle tickets help to provide children with safe and permanent homes.

This year’s 50-square-foot playhouse was custom built by Franklin Firefighters’ Charities and inspired by HGTV “Fixer Upper” stars Chip and Joanna Gaines. The one-of-a-kind structure features a copper colored standing seam metal roof, exposed beam ceiling and Southern style front porch. Fully wired and air conditioned, the interior is designed by local artist Nicole Spining. Materials for the project were donated by Harpeth True Value Hardware, Huskey Truss, Southern Quality Electric, Ford Roofing and Charlie Irwin Painting.

The playhouse will be displayed at Fire Station #2 on Highway 96 until Saturday, Oct. 28. Raffle tickets are $20 and now available for purchase online at williamsoncountycasa.org and at Puckett’s Grocery, Fifth Third Bank in downtown Franklin and the 2017 Pumpkinfest. The raffle will take place at 12:45 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 28 at Pumpkinfest’s main stage off the square in Downtown Franklin. All proceeds from raffle ticket sales provide crucial funding to Williamson County CASA.

The Little Sprouts Twice Daily Playhouse Raffle is sponsored by Twice Daily, Little Sprouts Sale, Outdoor Classic Structures, Henry Drilling LLC, The Gillig Group of Keller Williams, Discount Plumbing and Electric, Franklin Firefighter’s Association, Harpeth Towing, Cameron Properties, Roots Academy and the John Floyd Charitable Foundation. For more on Williamson County CASA and to learn more about the playhouse fundraiser, visit http://www.williamsoncountycasa.org/.


Williamson County CASA is a non-profit organization helping children who are abused and neglected to find stable and permanent homes. CASA advocates for these children by speaking on their behalf in courtrooms, listening to their stories and identifying safe homes. Williamson County CASA was established in 1993 and assists thousands of cases of abused or neglected children in Williamson County. To learn more about Williamson County CASA, visit www.williamsoncountycasa.org.