Maury Weekend: 5 Happenings This Weekend


1. Cooper Alan

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Saturday, January 15, 7:00pm

812 S. High St, Columbia, TN

The Mulehouse

Cooper Alan will be gracing the stage of The Mulehouse on Saturday night. In addition to 4 years at UNC Chapel Hill, he played every bar, college campus, and Honky Tonk that would let his band play. Through this, they became the “go to” band for great music and a high energy, all night throwdown performance. He has had the privilege of writing songs with co-writers like Rivers Rutherford, Gary Burr, Seth Mosley, Matt Nolen, Skip Black, Leslie Satcher, Will Robinson, Kent Blazy, James Dean Hicks, Lee Thomas Miller, and, Victoria Shaw.  His newest single, “Can’t Dance”, is out now and available on all streaming platforms!

For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.

2. MLK Day March & Service

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Monday, January 17, 9:00am-12:00pm

41 Public Square, Columbia, TN

Maury County Courthouse

Minister Remona Calhoun will be the Mistress of Ceremony for the day’s celebrations. Pastor Roosevelt Conway will be informing attendees of “where we have been.” Pastor Marcus Duke will be informing attendees “of where we are,” and Pastor Tylan Orr will be informing attendees of “where we are going.” Along with these three dynamic speakers there will also be musical selections. Don’t forget to be at the courthouse at 9:00am for the “I Have A Dream” re-enactment and a prayer over the city by Pastor Edwin.

Special thanks to the sponsors The Eastside Committee, Shaq Mason Foundation, and The Muletown Coffee House for the free coffee and hot breakfast!

For more information, click here.

3. General Motors Job Fair

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Friday, January 14, 9:00am-4:00pm

100 Saturn Pkway, Spring Hill, TN

General Motors

The Holidays are over and here’s your opportunity to join our GM family. Start a new career with General Motors opportunities and grow within the technology industry. There are temporary full-time positions working as a direct employee of General Motors. All shifts are available, but most positions are in 2nd and 3rd shift with a shift premium. Overtime is also offered. Holiday pay and health care options are available after 90 days.

For more information and to register for this event, click here.

4. Ramona Quimby

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Sunday, January 16, 12:00pm

419 Main St, Franklin, TN

Franklin Theatre

Unpredictable and exasperating. Boisterous and independent. That’s Ramona Quimby for you. Always aggravating her older sister, Beezus, constantly getting into trouble and sometimes “making a big, noisy fuss” when things don’t go her way. As narrator, Beezus (Beatrice Quimby) introduces the Quimby family and friends and thereby sets the scene for the collection of vignettes that trace Ramona’s tumultuous passage through third grade and through her family relationships. At school, she throws a tantrum when provoked by a classmate and is sent home in disgrace. The teacher’s wrath, an important family wedding, persistent sibling bickering and Mr. Quimby’s attempts to give up smoking are part of the fabric that shapes a humorous, loving family portrait.

For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.

5. Royally Fun: Cocoa & Mittens

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Saturday, January 15, 9:00am-10:30am

574 Franklin Rd, #110, Franklin, TN

Sugar Drop

Join bakers this weekend for a Basic Beginner Cookie Class at Sugar Drop. In this class, students will work on a set of cookies, including mittens, hats and snowflakes, for a class’s winter set. Students will learn how to work with different piping consistencies and tips.All supplies are included for this event. This event is great for a group of friends, father daughter outing, mom & me or anyone wanting to play with their food!

For more information and to register for class, click here.

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