Updated May 28, 2019

Plans are being made for Pulaski's Summer SOULstice  designed to celebrate art and the impact that a strong art culture has on a community. 

The annual art and music festival will be held downtown Pulaski Saturday, June 15th, from 3 until 9 p.m.

One of the activities will be the nostalgic Milk Drop being held at the Giles County Courthouse grounds. Teams of two will participate, with a lot of milk being spilled.

The day promises fun for the entire family, with multiple live music venues stretching from College Street to North First.

Stroll the streets of downtown, where folks will find booths containing fine art, culinary art, dancers, crafts, automobile displays and nearly 20 food trucks.

Summer SOULstice  also will host Relay for Life in downtown. This will be a “homecoming” for the event that started on the square in its early years. 

Cancer survivors, family members and friends will all participate in the event to remember and honor loved ones who have struggled with cancer.