Yearly Events

Mother's Day Pancake Breakfast

  • Every Mother’s Day, Mayfield Village hosts its annual Pancake Breakfast in conjunction with the Garden Club whose members are on hand to sell their latest container creations. Held at the Service Department, breakfast includes plain and blueberry pancakes and sausage cooked by your favorite local officials and Village volunteers. 

 

Cruise Night

  • On one Saturday evening each June, Mayfield Village closes down Wilson Mills Road from SOM Center Road to Beta Drive and turns it over to classic cars in celebration of “Cruise Night”. Owners of classic cars come from near and far to participate in this annual event. Tables are set up outside local restaurants for al fresco dining and bands playing oldies are staged throughout the area. Booths selling fresh-squeezed lemonade, ice cream, popcorn and t-shirts (sporting Mayor Rinker’s latest Cruise Night design) line Wilson Mills Road while classic cars continuously cruise its length. This family-friendly event draws thousands of people to Mayfield Village and is, by far, the best event held in the Village each year.  

 

Fourth of July Celebration

  • Each year, Mayfield Village hosts a Fourth of July celebration that includes a fireworks display at the center of town (the intersection of Wilson Mills and SOM Center Roads) at dusk.  Entertainment is provided throughout the day at Parkview Pool, which changes every year but might include a magician, an artist, live music, inflatables, etc. Throughout the evening, patriotic music is played at the Village Gazebo.  Residents are also invited to join in a game of Bingo at the Community Room.  Concessions and shuttles are provided.
     

 

Summer Gazebo Concerts

  • For over 20 years, Mayfield Village has hosted Thursday night summer concerts at the Village Gazebo. Band styles range from “Big Band” to “Oldies” to “Polkas”.  Concerts are free and concessions are available. In the event of rain, concerts are moved indoors to the Community Room where residents don’t seem to mind trading the outdoors for a dance floor.