Festival OCT. 3 & 4, 2015 Admission $5 per person

The Cook Off

Who makes the best Banana Pudding in the nation? If you believe you do, this is the contest for you. If it’s your grandma, well it’s time to load her in the car and find out if it really is the best ever. Here’s your chance to put grandma or you in the history books as the best maker of banana pudding in the United States at the National Banana Pudding Cook-Off. The winner of National Banana Pudding Cook-Off will receive a cash prize and of course fame awaits! Cook-Off kicks off at 9:00 am on the Farmer's Market Stage.

The Puddin Path

What’s a banana pudding festival without banana pudding? The “Puddin Path” will give you a chance to sample some of the best, and in some cases what can be described as “not your grandma’s banana pudding” all prepared by non-profit organizations. After you enjoy sampling the different recipes you can vote for your favorite by dropping a dollar or two or three in the voting jar for that organization. Mmmm…..can you taste it? It’s going to be sweet! Doors open at 10:00 am Sat. and 12:00 pm Sunday. Cost is $5 for the Puddin' Path. Then you can purchase your favorite or two to take home. 10 oz. for $5.



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Victorian Christmas Spiders

We are so pleased that Annette Doxsey will be at the National Banana Pudding Festival again this year with her beautiful hand-made Victorian Christmas Spiders. She’ll have a wide variety of these charming critters for you to choose from and will share with you the legend of the Victorian Christmas Spiders. Be sure to visit her booth at the Festival on October 3-4, 2015.

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Victorian Christmas Spiders

Beautiful hand made beaded glass spiders. Hang in your windows, perch in your plants, rearview mirrors, light fixtures and lamps.

Just For Fun: 198 like this


East from Memphis. Take I 40 to exit 148. Turn South toward Centerville on Hwy 50. Go 17.5 miles to Linden Rd/Hwy 100.
Turn Left. Go 1 mile. Turn Left onto Mary Field Ave. and take first right onto Dickson Rd.

West from Nashville. Take I 40 to exit 172. Turn left on Hwy 46, go 5 miles to Hwy 100. Turn right and go 17 miles. Turn right onto Mary Field Ave and take first right onto Dickson Rd.
From I 65, take exit 46(Columbia/Chapel Hill) and go toward Columbia on Hwy. 421 about 12 miles. Take Hwy. 50 toward Centerville about 26 miles. Turn Right onto Hwy. 100 and go 1.5 miles. Left onto Mary Field Ave. and take first right onto Dickson Rd.

Can't miss it! We’ll see ya there!