Category Archives: Fun & Entertainment

Wagon Train 2015

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  Our Wagon Train which is one of our “Promotional Events”, gets a lot of attention as it travels through-out Middle Tennessee in the spring-time, on our beautiful “rural roads”, on the way into Columbia. It always “kicks-off” our week long event, and as it arrives at Maury County Park, people are lined-up on Lion

Mule Auction – Wednesday April 8th – Old Arena

The Draft (Working) Mule Papa = Jack Mama = Draft Mare (Belgian or Percheron) Average Weight = 1,300 to 1,500 Lbs.

We will be having a Mule Auction on Wednesday April 8, 2015.  It will be in the Walking Horse Arena (Old Arena).  We will start selling tack at 4:00 p.m.  The Mule Auction will start after the tack sales are completed.  The sale will be conducted by Lewisburg Livestock Market.  Outdoor Cooks will have a

Jackpot Mule Races – Thursday 5:30 PM

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Jackpot Mule Races will feature heats of some smokin’ fast mules, all competing for cash and bragging rights for the title of Fastest Mule in Tennessee.

2015 Mule Day Champion Auctioneer Contest – Friday 10:00 AM

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  The Columbia Breakfast Rotary Club hosted their annual Mule Day Auctioneer Contest on April 4, 2014. The contest was held at the Tennessee Livestock Producers Sale Barn in Columbia, TN. Auctioneers from Tennessee, Kentucky, Iowa and Alabama came to see who would claim the 2014 Grand Champion Mule Day Auctioneer belt buckle. The Sale

Friday Evening Liars’ Contest – Friday 7:00 PM

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The Liars’ Contest is a fun-filled event with tall tales and good clean fun. The contest will be held in the auditorium of Central High School, which adjoins Maury County Park and is sponsored by the schools Columbia Central Academic Boosters. Tickets are $5.00 for adults and $4.00 for students. There are two divisions of

Parade Downtown – Saturday 11:00 AM

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Click For Parade Map          Click For Parade Entry Form The parade will again end at the main gate of Columbia Academy, located on West 7th Street, just past the railroad tracks. This will provide better viewing for more people and will help with the traffic congestion downtown, during and after the parade.

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