Maury Weekend: 5 Happenings This Weekend


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

1Muletown Flea Market

Muletown Flea Market
Photo from Muletown Flea Market Facebook

Saturday, May 20, 10am – 5pm
Glover’s Secondhand, 1200 S High St, Columbia

Check out the Muletown Flea Market in the Columbia Arts District Every 3rd Saturday from April through December. On the lawn at Glover’s from 10am to 5pm you will find tons of unique local art, vintage and secondhand clothing, handmade items, baked goods, live music and more! Also, now expanded inside vendors in the Columbia Arts Building! Come support small businesses and meet some amazing vendors!

Learn more here.

2James Gregory at Comedy Night at The Mulehouse

james gregory
Photo from The Mulehouse Facebook

Saturday, May 20
The Mulehouse
812 S High St, Columbia

James Gregory is a carefree welcome to a down-home, hilarious comedy experience. It’s storytelling at its best. The trademark caricature is the essence of humorist James Gregory’s comedy: rib-tickling reflections on life from the front porch.

Grab your friends & get the Balcony Suite! This area in the balcony is for 6-8 which includes the following:

• designated server for the evening
• charcuterie board and waters
• velvet couch and two high top tables with stools
• The best view in the theater!
For ADA requests, please email [email protected].

Purchase tickets here.

3Renaissance Festival

Saturday, May 20 & Sunday, May 21,  10 am – 6 pm
(takes place every weekend in May + Memorial Day)

2135 New Castle Road, Arrington

The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department (WCPR) proudly presents the 37th Annual Tennessee Renaissance Festival May 6-29, 2023.

Travel back to 16th Century England where the Village of Covington Glen comes alive with the bustle of a Renaissance Marketplace. Artisans from all over the country display their wares from silks and swords; to jewels and unique forms of art.

Find tickets here. 

4Peter Pan Musical

Peter Pan The Musical
Photo from The Building Block School of the Arts Facebook

Saturday, May 20 & Sunday, May 21, 2pm
The Building Block School of the Arts
1309 South Main St

Peter Pan; or, The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up is a play by J. M. Barrie, first performed in December 1904.

Three children — Wendy, John, and Michelle Darling — are whisked away by the magical boy Peter Pan on an adventure to the magical Neverland, where they meet Peter’s band of Lost Boys and deal with hazards including a crew of pirates led by the diabolical Captain Hook. In the end, the three children decide to return home, and the Lost Boys are persuaded to come with them, but Peter chooses to continue living in Neverland, where he will always be a child and never grow up.

Peter Pan first appeared in the story “Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens”. Barrie adapted the plot of the play into a novel, known as Peter and Wendy or just Peter Pan and published in 1911. He also continued to revise the play even after its debut, eventually publishing a definitive version of the script in 1928.

This show will be performed on an Outdoor stage both Saturday May 20th and Sunday May 21st at 2pm.

Tickets are $10 online and $12 at the door

Purchase tickets here.

5Franklin Rodeo

franklin rodeo
Photo by Jim Wood

Began Thursday and continues Friday, May 19 and Saturday, May 20, 7 pm

Williamson County Ag Center, 4215 Long Lane, Franklin

The annual event is back at the Ag Center, don’t miss one of the biggest events of the year. Founded in 1949, the Franklin Rodeo brings over 18,000 screaming fans year after year. It is one of the longest-running family events in Middle Tennessee and one of the largest rodeos east of the Mississippi!

Find tickets here. 


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