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Town of Ashland City Now Accepting Vendor Applications for the 2015 Farmers and Artisans Market

Are you a local farmer or artisan who would like a booth at the Ashland City Farmers and Artisans Market? The Town of Ashland City is now accepting vendor applications for the 2015 season (May 2 to October 31). This year's application requires vendors to submit copies of all required licenses, certificates, and inspections. The season fee is just $25. Here's a link to the 2015 Vendor Application.

The market will be at its original location at 400 North Main Street until the new farmers market structure opens in Riverbluff Park (late June or early July). For more information, please visit the Town of Ashland City (City Hall) on 101 Court Street, located behind the Cheatham County Courthouse or feel free to call them at 615.792.4211.


Two Opportunities to Step into Leadership

Leadership Cheatham County - offers Cheatham County residents a chance to become more closely acquainted with the the challenges and opportunities present in their backyard through a series of nine monthly seminars, retreats, group discussions, and field trips. Applications will be accepted through May 15, and the cost is $375. For more information and an application, visit the Leadership Cheatham County website.

Leadership Middle Tennessee - provides community-minded residents from the 10 counties of Middle Tennessee the chance to affect regional change through a series of ten 1 1/2-day seminars. The deadline is May 22, and the cost is $1,000. For more information and the online application, visit the Leadership Middle Tennessee website.



Tourism in 2015

If you've lived in Cheatham County for any length of time, you probably take our beautiful natural scenery for granted.  It's time to wake up and realize the treasures we have to offer the rest of the world!  Where else can you:
  • canoe down the Harpeth River, 
  • drive a speedboat on the Cumberland River, 
  • swim in Cheatham Lake, 
  • hunt deer in the 21,000-acre Cheatham Wildlife Management Area, 
  • visit an art gallery and musical heritage center in Pegram, 
  • go ziplining along the Harpeth River,
  • shop and have dinner in Pleasant View Village, 
  • sit in the courthouse square and enjoy a soup and sandwich, 
  • visit a history museum that contains a booth from Stratton's, and 
  • eat catfish overlooking the Cumberland?  
Nowhere but here!  Now let's share what we have with our neighbors!  Check out our Tourism section and help us spread the word!



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