Click Here To Download a Printable 2014 Mule Day Event Schedule MONDAY, MARCH 31st, 2014 9:00 a.m – Wagon Train WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2nd, 2014 7:00 p.m – Gospel Singing – Columbia Central High School THURSDAY, APRIL 3rd, 2014 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m – Arts & Crafts/Flea Market 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m – Live
Columbia Central High School • 921 Lion Parkway, Columbia, TN Admission: FREE (Love offering will be taken) The Mule Day Committee is thrilled to announce the addition of good ole gospel music on Wednesday evening. The Mule Day inaugural Wednesday Night Gospel Singing will be at Columbia Central High School this year. The lineup brings
Across the United States and around the world, as mules are given more and more opportunities to perform in many diverse situations, they are exhibiting their exceptional beauty, athletic ability, endurance and intelligence. There are definite physi- cal and psychological reasons for these outstanding abilities. It has been proven that the mule not only inherits
Do you know the history of Mule Day? Do you know the connection of Mule Day and Downtown Columbia? Mule Day actually began as Breeders Day some years after the city was founded in the early 1800’s. That was when the county farmers brought their fine livestock to Columbia to sell in the spring months.
During November of 2013, the Mule Day Committee lost one of it’s most important members. Bradley had been on the Mule Day Committee, more than 20 years. He was “selected” and added to our “Hall of Fame” just this year, and was inducted at our appreciation dinner in June. He was our “jack of all
If you grew up on a Duck River bottom farm, as I did, you had to be occasionally responsible for a mule. Tractors existed but the mule was the main source of power in those depression years. You learned early that Columbia and Maury County were collectively known as the mule capital of the world.