Category Archives: Dancing & Music

The Praise Pickers – Sunday Morning Worship – 04/06

The Praise Pickers are made up of 7 men from Williamson County, Tenn spanning 4 different decades that joined together to share their love and joy of traditional country, bluegrass and gospel music with others by sharing the word in song The group was formed in 2011 and debuted their first CD entitled Isaiah 38:20

Pickin’ and Grinnin’ at Mule Day 2014


There will be live music throughout the entire event. D.J. Cricket will crank up the event with some karaoke on Thursday. There will be a  variety of musical entertainment ranging from bluegrass to hillbilly. Come on out and show off your singing talent or just bring a chair  and listen to various musical groups pick and grin.  

Bluegrass Music Fest Thursday 7:00 PM


Featuring Simon Slick and The Grasskickers Columbia High School (Next to M.C. Park) Admission $8. Tickets available through the Mule Day office and at the door.

Fourth annual Bluegrass Music Fest featuring Simon Slick and the Grasskickers. A Columbia group made up of Bruce Peden, Phain Smith, Randy Drane, Eric Ivey, Angela Jones and Tom Winters. They will be performing Traditional Bluegrass and Newgrass along with some old country favorites.

Singer, Tony Malugin will be performing with Water Valley Dancers, clogging by Mule Town Stompers also Vocalist Katie Stewart Friday 6:00 PM

Line Dancing

The Entertainment at the 4-H Ridley Center (located across from Maury County Park) will start at 6PM.
Admission will be $5.00 for adults and $3.00 12 years and under.
Concessions by Friends of the Maury County Park.
Come and enjoy a fun night with the Water Valley Dancers. For information, call Willard Murphy 931-486-2210.

Saturday Evening Square Dance Saturday 7:00 PM

Square Dancing

The Mule Day Square Dance is held at the Ridley 4-H Center with a charge of $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for children 6-12, children  under 6 free. The Saturday Evening Square Dance was the culminating event for Mule Day in the early years and the tradition continues today. The old time Appalachian style square dance is held

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