Nashville celebrates 150 years
Centennial Queen Cathy Mix-Haylock introduces Sesquicentennial Queen Princess Claire Miller. (Photo by Art Frith)
Good weather and a full schedule of events brought plenty of people to the Nashville Sesquicentennial this past weekend.
“I haven't seen this many people having fun in Nashville for years,” Sesquicentennial Planning Committee Chairman Kermit Douse said at Friday's opening ceremony.
Events were spread all across Nashville, including Barry County Brewfest, food trucks, old-time demonstrations, a parade, pop-up historical museum and more.
For full coverage of the historic milestone, including winners of the beard contest, $150 prizes and more, see this weekend's Reminder.