A Ghoulish Good Time

Make your way to the Historic Downtown District at 6 pm on All Hallows’ Eve for an event to remember. Haunting in the District started in 2002 as a safe alternative for families looking to trick-or-treat. It has evolved into a tradition-worthy Halloween extravaganza. Don your best disguise, and come enjoy the petting zoo, photo booth and face painting. Be … Read More

Vines & Vintage

We are frequently asked the difference between a wine festival and wine tasting. A wine tasting is simply that; you are invited to taste wine but can’t buy it unless you are at the winery or a liquor store. At a wine festival (what we are having) visitors are welcome to taste wines from the Tennessee wineries that are at … Read More

Bleu 32 Comes to Downtown

There are some remarkable buildings in Downtown Columbia. Many people in Maury County will have fond memories of shopping on W 7th at J.C. Penny. Though Penny’s has been gone for quite a while, it’s exciting to know that you can once again shop in that great space. Bleu 32 Vintage Marketplace is now open. The store used to be … Read More

Sunset Rhythm & Vines

Natchez Hills Winery is a pleasure to visit any time. However, there is something almost magical about being in the vineyards to see the setting sun. That’s probably why the Rotary Club chose to have their annual event on this location and time of day. Good choice! This event has become a favorite for folks in Maury County for obvious … Read More

Mule Town Amateur BBQ Cook-off

Ah, the smell of smoked meats! Visitors to Columbia’s Riverwalk Park got more than their fair share of that aroma this past Saturday during the 2nd Annual Mule Town Amateur BBQ Cook-off. Teams of cookers came to compete in this KCBS sanctioned event. One side of the park was full of smokers, trailers and tents for all the competitors. The … Read More

No Day Like Mule Day

Mules have been a part of the history of Maury County from the beginning. Some say it is something in the soil that makes our mules bigger and just a little better than anywhere else in the world. Is that true? Well, let’s just say we think a lot of our mules. So much so that we celebrate every year … Read More