Music and Molasses Arts and Crafts Festival

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Music & Molasses Arts and Crafts Festival

Celebrate the harvest season with good music and old-time molasses making. The annual Music and Molasses Arts and Crafts Festival features several music stages, dancing, and many activities from times past, including stir-offs at the sorghum mill, basket weaving, pottery making, ham curing and blacksmithing.

Enjoy molasses making and tasting, storytellers and country cloggers. Buy traditional crafts such as quilts, Shaker-style furniture and hand-blown glass. Indulge in delicious, homemade treats. Meanwhile, kids can pull on their boots for stick horse races, a farm animal petting zoo, pumpkin decorating, pony rides and goat milking.

The Music and Molasses Arts and Crafts Festival is held the third weekend in October from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Ellington Agriculture Center in Nashville, located 7 miles south of downtown, with entrances on Hogan Road and Edmondson Pike.

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