Summer 2019 Hosted by: Main Street Collierville Historic Town Square Photos | Nick Cotros
Inside Collierville High School’s cafeteria, roughly 200 people gathered to remember the legacy of Collierville Schools’ first Superintendent, John S. Aitken. Multiple heartfelt speeches were shared of memories made during Aitken’s 39 years of service. During his time in the Shelby County
After taking several months away from restaurants, Chef Michele D’Oto is back and better than ever with his new venture, Café Europe, which opened in late July at Carriage Crossing. D’Oto is known around town for his pasta, as he previously owned
On Saturday, May 18th, The Shops at Carriage Crossing hosted its first annual Fido Fest. Carriage Crossing partnered with local friends and retailers to create an afternoon celebrating four-legged friends and benefiting Collierville Animal Services with dog adoptions on site. Fido Fest
Check out these shots from MS Brand Co. at CHS’s first ever home game versus Wooddale High School on September 21, 2018!
Check out these photos taken by MS Brand Co. at the 2018 Classic Car Show on September 15th, 2018!
There was much fun to be had at this year’s 43rd Fair on the Square in Collierville! The 185 vendors at the annual fundraising event persevered the rainy clouds that came through on Saturday, May 5th right into some beautiful weather on
There was a ‘Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On’ at the Page Robbins annual Senior Prom on April 18th! “Song and dance is something everyone can still enjoy. No matter the memories we’ve lost or the struggles we face, we can come together
The Collierville Burch Library hosted an exciting antiques and collectibles appraisal event March 6th featuring author and antiques appraiser, Mark F. Moran, recognized as a guest expert on the PBS TV series Antiques Roadshow. Many Collierville families brought heirlooms and prized possessions