The Village of Nashville invites the public to help build the “Worlds Longest Ice Cream Sundae” down the village’s main street on Saturday, Sept. 17.
After the creation is completed by volunteers, and hopefully gets into the Guinness World Records, everyone gets to dig in at noon and enjoy the ice cream treat.
Pack the minivan, tell your family, tell your friends and get there early to park behind the village businesses at Nashville Baptist Church, or catch a shuttle at the Church of the Nazarene, Grace Community Church, Maple Valley High School, Fuller Elementary or Daniels Funeral Home.
Shuttles will run continuously from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Pick ups and drop offs will be at the north and south end of the village.
Rain time is 6 p.m. If necessary, shuttles will run from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Souvenir color-changing spoons to eat the masterpiece are for sale, pre-sale price is $2 and $3 the day of the event and are available at most Nashville businesses and some in Hastings.
For more on the event, visit Nashville Route 66 Business District page on Facebook.