Maury Weekend: 5 Happenings This Weekend

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

1Community Yard Sale

 

Saturday, May 4
Meadowbrook and Barkers Field Subdivisions

Coming to Meadowbrook and Barkers field Subdivisions in Columbia Tennessee.

Types of items you can expect – Home & Garden: Household Items & Decor Outdoor Furniture Garden Decor Wall Art & Decor Dishes Light Fixtures Collectibles & Fun: Dolls Model Cars Games & Toys Music (including Vinyl Records) Family & Kids: Baby & Children’s Items Toddler Bed Frame Clothes Shoes (Adult & Kid) Other: Uniques & Vintage Items Books Electronics (Home Office) Washing Machine Arts Aquarium Bags Plus More!

Learn more here.

2Vintage Baseball

baseball stock photo
photo from Unsplash/Mike Bowman

Sunday, May 5, 2:30 pm – 4 pm

Rippavilla, 5700 Main Street, Spring Hill

This is 1864 old school baseball straight out from the year 1864! Come out and watch us (Cumberlanders Vs Farriers) play in a game similar to the movie “Field of Dreams” but without the gloves! We will wear vibrant vintage uniforms and take you back in time with our entertaining style! A fun family style way to catch a game without paying too much for a seat! It’s free and you can bring a lawn chair or blanket and a picnic if you desire!

3Springtime Jamboree

columbia farmers market

 

Saturday, May 4
8am – 12pm
Riverwalk Park Pavilion
102 Riverside Dr.

To celebrate opening day of the Columbia Farmers Market this Saturday, the Parks & Recreation Department – City of Columbia, TN will be hosting its annual Springtime Jamboree. Don’t miss out!

Tomato seedlings for kids
Games and Balloon Animals
Free Treats
Trek Mountain Bikes

4Beginner Pickleball Clinic

Saturday, May 4
8am – 10am
Macedonia Rec Center
501 Armstrong St, Columbia

If you’ve been wanting to learn how to pickleball, this is the perfect opportunity. Grab a friend and learn the basics of the game at this clinic. You don’t even have to have your own paddle; there will be paddles at the clinic. Contact pickledmuleacademy@gmail or call 301-775-5045 for more information.

5Tennessee Renaissance Festival

Photo by Lee Rennick

Weekends + Memorial Day, May 4 – 27, 2024
Castle Park
2135 New Castle Rd., in Arrington

The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department (WCPR) proudly presents the 38th Annual Tennessee Renaissance Festival May 4-27, 2024.

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. A variety of flavors, aromas and tastes greet festivalgoers as the voices of renaissance musicians and merrymakers echo through the trees. Enjoy the revelry and pageantry of the joust, along with tea and a special visit with Her Majesty, the Queen. This year’s event features a variety of additions including new entertainers, merchants, a role-playing game experience, and a new special event, The Queen’s Promenade – an exquisite dance course designed for the distinguished few who wish to master the art of Regency Dance. In an era where a single dance could ignite a courtship, this course promises to imbue participants with the elegance and skill once reserved for the noblest of society.

Festival hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday in May (4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, and 26) and on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27. Daily General Admission Tickets start at $25 per adult; $5 for childrenages 3-12; and children ages 2 and younger are admitted for free. Season Passes, good for admission on allnine days of the event, are available for $100 through May 3; and parking is free. The festival is held at Castle

Park, 2135 New Castle Rd., in Arrington. For detailed information on this year’s festival, admission options,and to purchase tickets, visit www.tnrenfest.com.

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