When developing our TourCollierville branding, we kept in mind that Collierville is uniquely identified by its historic town square. Whether headed to Square Beans for some much needed coffee or leaving Silver Caboose after a piece of chocolate cake, there is no
Santa came to town early this year!! Many Collierville and surrounding area families visited The Shops at Carriage Crossing to get their picture taken with Santa! We even heard Santa got a few photos with some furry friends too!
The Town Beautiful Commission hosted its annual light display contest with a self-guided tour that traveled through Town to visit more than 30 must-see outdoor displays!! This year visitors could reserve a spot on the double decker bus to enjoy the tour and the
Away in 100 Mangers: Nativities from All Over the World is a special exhibition of more than 100 nativity scenes from over 45 countries located at the Collierville Bible Museum on the Square.
The Square is a magical place during the holidays! During the month of December families can enjoy the festive lights, carolers, fellowship with friends and even snag a picture with Santa!
There was a fantastic turn out for Collierville’s 41st annual Christmas Parade! Floats and groups marched just over a mile, North on Byhalia from Market Blvd. to Frank Rd. really getting the Town in the Christmas spirit!
The annual Christmas Tree Lighting on the Collierville Town Square is the perfect way to kick-off Christmas! Hot chocolate was served, local children’s choir sang, and Santa even joined the event!
Main Street Collierville hosted the Taste of the Town, Soirèe on the Square providing great chef prepared food by local vendors and fantastic music and entertainment by Kevin and Bethany Paige!
The Town of Collierville’s 32nd Independence Day Celebration honored America and our veterans in an exciting and memorable way this year! The event was held on July 3rd at Cox Park where Food Vendors and Entertainment showed up just before dusk for