Maury Weekend: 5 Happenings This Weekend


Looking for something to do this weekend? Here are 5 events in and near Maury County!

1Antiques and Garden Market

antiques and garden market


Friday, April 26 & Saturday, April 27

The Factory at Columbia
101 N. James Campbell Blvd, Columbia

The Antiques and Garden Market will offer a curated collection of patio and garden antiques and contemporary pieces. Explore vibrant horticultural booths, and engage with seasoned professionals in the field of landscape design.

2Comedy Night Featuring William Lee Martin

william lee martin
Photo from The Mulehouse Facebook


Friday, April 26, 7pm
The Mulehouse
812 S. High St, Columbia

Known for his comedic prowess and clever wit, the Texas Original has carved a unique niche in the comedy world. As seen on Amazon Prime, Martin is poised to deliver a night of entertainment that’s not only funny but also good for the soul.

The “King of Cowtown Tour” promises a rollicking journey from the historic Stockyards to the elegance of theaters, showcasing Martin’s knack for creating new, gut-busting material that keeps audiences in stiches. Martin stands as the next big deal in the world of comedy—a force to be reckoned with on stage.

Don’t miss your chance to witness this comedy sensation and enjoy an evening of unforgettable entertainment!

Purchase tickets here.

3Columbia Farmers Market



Saturday, April 27
8am – 12pm
Riverwalk Park Pavilion
102 Riverside Dr, Columbia

Open rain or shine, the Columbia Farmers Market is open year-round on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 8:00am until 12:00pm. However, many vendors are only present for the main season which runs from May through October. Saturdays are considered the primary day for vendors.

4Franklin’s Main Street Festival

photo by Donna Vissman


Saturday, April 27 & Sunday, April 28
10am – 6pm
Downtown Franklin

The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County, TN, will host the much-anticipated 40th Annual Main Street Festival in Historic Downtown Franklin from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 27, and Sunday, April 28.

The Heritage Foundation organizes and operates the first of three annual festivals: the Main Street Festival and then later this year, they will host Pumpkinfest and Dickens of a Christmas.

The family-friendly arts and crafts street festival is free to the public. Guests will enjoy local food and drink vendors, children’s activities, live music, and arts and crafts along with the heralded assortment of local shops and destinations the downtown corridor is known for.

This year’s festival will feature more than 150 artisans and craftspeople showcasing their work. Over 30 food and beverage vendors will also be present.

All downtown Franklin merchants will be open and celebrating the event with specials, features, and promotions for enhanced shopping, dining, and entertainment throughout the historic district.

For more information about Main Street Festival, visit

5Maury County Park Hosts ‘My Friend Earth’ at the Storybook Trail

story book trail april
Photo from Maury County Parks and Rec/Facebook


For the month of April
Maury County Park
1018 Maury County Park Dr, Columbia.

Visit the Storybook Trail located along the Nature Trail in Maury County Park for a monthly, seasonal story to enjoy!

The April story is “My Friend Earth” by Patricia MacLachlan. Our friend Earth does so many wonderful things! She tends to animals large and small. She pours down summer rain and autumn leaves. She sprinkles whisper-white snow and protects the tiny seeds waiting for spring. Readers of all ages will enjoy the vibrant pages of this spectacular book.

To access the trail: Enter Maury County Park and continue straight on the main park road. Pass the Kids’ Kingdom playground on the right, and continue straight up the hill. Halfway up the hill, there is a trailhead with parking on the right.

The Storybook Trail features storybooks presented on child-height panels, along a short accessible trail to promote adult-child interaction around books and nature in a healthy, outdoor activity. Books are rotated monthly, so there is always a new, seasonal story to enjoy.


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