Category Archives: Events Schedule

2016 Schedule of Events

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Download 2016 Schedule Here MONDAY, MARCH 28th, 2016 9:00 a.m.    Wagon Train Departs    Page 8 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30th, 2016 Mid-Afternoon    Wagon Train Arrives at Maury County Park    Page 8 THURSDAY, MARCH 31st, 2016 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.    Arts & Crafts/Flea Market    Page 4 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.    Live Music at Main Stage    All

Wagon Train 2016

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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

Arts & Crafts and Flea Market

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The Arts and Crafts and Flea Market activities will take place at Maury County Park starting Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 10AM until 7PM. Sunday hours are 10AM until 2PM. The Arts and Crafts area consists of over a hundred vendors with a variety of items that are all handmade by the crafters. You will

Log Loading Competition – Thursday 10:30 AM

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  LOG LOADING COMPETITION Come watch the precision of man and mule working together. Spectators get a chance to see how logs were loaded before machines were invented. Watch as mules and horses work together under man’s guidance as they show the true meaning of teamwork. You will be amazed at the precise methods and

Neal Wright Senior Center – Food and Canasta & Pool Tournaments

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The Nell Wright Senior Center (Next to Maury Co. Park Office) OPEN Thursday March 31st – Saturday April 2nd Coffee, Drinks & Homemade Deserts $1 each Country Ham & Biscuits $2 THURSDAY thru SATURDAY Ham & White Bean Plates $6.00 11 AM – 5 PM Ham & White Beans, Cornbread, Coleslaw, Homemade Desserts and Ice Tea. THURSDAY March

Mini Mania Show – Thursday 12:00 Noon

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Have you ever seen a 40″ tall mule pull a wagon?  If you have not seen these “Miniatures” perform, this is something you must see! These animals are the “Pets” of the Equine Industry.  They are well trained to pull carts, wagons (small wagons, that is), jumping over poles, pole bending, and other obstacles, etc…

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