Spring Calendar of Events

March 13
Tennessee Flavors, Nashville
http://www.tnflavors.org/buytickets.htm A variety of chefs will highlight Tennessee sourced food as a benefit for the Randy Rayburn School of Culinary Arts at Nashville State Community College.

March 31-April 6
Mule Day
www.muleday.org [HYPERLINK: http://Www.muleday.org/] Mule Day is an annual celebration of all things related to mules and is held in Columbia, the "Mule Capital" of the world. Begun in 1840 as "Breeder's Day", a meeting for mule breeders, it now attracts over 200,000 people and takes place over four days. In addition to mules, traditional Appalachian food, music, dancing, and crafts are featured.

April 12
Herb Society Plant Sale
http://www.herbsocietynashville.org/
The Herb Society of Nashville's annual herb and plant sale is at the Tennessee Fairgrounds, Sports Arena from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm. 100's to choose from - get there early for the best variety!

April 25-26
Native Plant Festival
Www.growildinc.com [HYPERLINK: http://Www.growildinc.com/] Free bird, butterfly, botany hikes, mule drawn wagon rides and visit our prairies in the 'holler', food and live music.

May 10
Wilson County Master Gardeners Spring Festival http://wilsoncountymg.org/spring-festival/springfest-2014/ The Spring Festival and plant sale is from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center in Lebanon. Admission & parking are free

May 23-24
Middle Tennessee Fiber Festival
Www.tnfiberfestival.com
Sheep shearing, fiber animals, Angora rabbit show, handcrafted items, fiber art supplies, knitting, spinning and weaving demos and classes. All activities indoors. Check out website for schedule of workshops.

May 23-24
Hickman County Art & Ag Tour
http://artsandagtour.wordpress.com/arts-ag-tour/2014-arts-ag-tour/ The free two day self-guided tour of farms on the back roads of Hickman County Tennessee takes place on Friday & Saturday of Memorial Day weekend. Natural and historic landmarks, community centers and other points of interest are also highlighted. Each destination on the map features an agricultural element combined with local artists including crafters, writers, musicians etc