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.
Around Columbia Mule Day, we are often asked the question “Who builds”, all of the “show wagons” in the parade and shows?” Well here is the answer to that question. Jerry Brown of Dexter, Missouri has been coming to Columbia Mule Days for 26 years, bringing some of the “best Draft Mules”, we have each
During the first quarter of this year, we heard that the South Central Area Transit Service was going to start a trolley here in Maury County, between Mt. Pleasant, Columbia, and Spring Hill and would be known as the MULE TOWN TROLLEY. We contacted Sanford Potts, who is the Director of the Transit Service, to
All of our staff at the Maury County Convention and Visitors Bureau welcome you to Mule Day 2014! While you are here we hope you take advantage of all that our county has to offer. Experience Maury… Located just south of Spring Hill, TN on the Nashville Hwy is the grand site of Rippavilla Plantation.