The Buttercup Festival Is Upon Us
The town of Nolensville is having the annual Buttercup Festival on Saturday, April 6, from 10am to 5pm. There will be 50+ vendors, lining the street of Nolensville in the Historic District, starting at 7278 Nolensville Road, 37135.
Vendor menu’s this year will include Amish organic hamburgers from the Feed Mill, chicken from McDougal’s, catfish from Holy Smokes, BBQ from Dornan’s BBQ, polish sausage, brats and beef hot dogs from Jay’s Chicago, Meat and Three from Nana’s Diner, Baked goods from Ebenezer Church, Shrimp skewers and sausages from Nolensville First United Methodist Church, Italian Ice from Rainbow’s, Homemade ice cream from Hit and Miss, Fried Oreo’s from Greek Food Truck and so many more. There are more Vendors who have been approved but they haven’t come my way yet, so just be prepared for more food vendors that aren’t listed here.
The Lil Miss Buttercup and Miss Buttercup applications have been very sparse this year, even though the territory has been widened to alert more families in Nolensville and Williamson County which is a big county. While the cut-off date was March 25th, it has now been extended to April 3, so think of someone you know between the ages of 4 and 10 who would make a great entry. Cost to enter is $25.00 and it’s OK to have your child sponsored by a group or business. Not only does your child have community exposure, so does her sponsor.
If you’re wondering about parking, there is free parking at these locations. Nolensville First United Methodist church, Ebenezer United Methodist church, Town Center, the ball park on Rocky Fork Road, and anywhere else you can squeeze into a space on the street. You can walk from any of these locations; however, there will be free shuttles at Town Center, running constantly.