Maury Weekend: 5 Happenings This Weekend


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

1The Importance of Being Ernest

Photo from watershed public theatre facebook event


Fri, Jun 14th, 7:00 pm
Sat, Jun 15th, 7:00 pm
Sun, Jun 16th, 3:00 pm

Columbia State Community College, Cherry Theatre
1665 Hampshire Pike, Columbia

Debonair bachelors Jack and Algernon each lead a hidden double life, both taking on the same pseudonym of Ernest. When a weekend in the country gives their alter egos the chance to win the hearts of their beloveds, things go awry as they struggle to maintain their lavish web of lies. Hilarity ensues in this satirical masterpiece about class and name-dropping.

Purchase tickets here.

2Vintage Outdoor Market

Antique Stock Photo from BeFunky
Stock Photo


Thursday, June 14 – Sunday, June 16

2984 Carters Creek Station Road, Columbia

This outdoor market will feature antiques, crafts, food trucks and a petting zoo.

Free admission.

3Juneteenth Celebration

Riverwalk Park


Get ready to enjoy live music, games, local vendors to shop and eat, 1-V-1 B-Ball tourney, a free kids zone, giveaways & more! Be sure to bring your lawn chairs, blankets, water, sunscreen, and anything to keep you cool!

4Storybook Trail: The Honeybee

story book trail the honeybee


Available All Month
Maury County Park
1018 Maury County Park Drive, Columbia

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

The June story is “The Honeybee” by Kirsten Hall and Isabelle Arsenault. Buzz from flower to flower with a sweet honeybee in this timely, clever, and breathtakingly gorgeous picture book.

What’s that?
Do you hear it?
You’re near it.
It’s closer,
it’s coming,
it’s buzzing,
it’s humming…

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.

5Highland Realm Blueberry Bash

Highland Realm Blueberry Bash
Photo from Facebook Event

Saturday, June 15, 3pm – 8pm

Highland Realm Blueberry Farm
4443 Hampshire Pike, Hampshire

It’s the 6th annual Highland Realm Blueberry Bash! Join us Saturday, June 15 2024 from 3p-8p for a day of blueberry picking, craft vendors, Asgard beer truck, food trucks, live music, local beer, creek wading, Archery Tag, face paint and a whole lot more family fun!

Entry is $5 each. Kids 5 and under are free. Come enjoy Hampshire Tennessee’s biggest festival of the year and the sweetest, 100% herbicide and pesticide-free blueberries around.

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