By NEMS Daily Journal
OUT OF THIS WORLD ROMANCE
The animated feature film “Mars” is the latest in the Indie Film Series screenings at theLink Centre. The graphic novelstyle romantic comedy looks at love and space exploration.
Filmmaker Geoff Marslett will attend to answer questions. The screening is 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Link Centre’s Black Box.
Admission is $5, which includes soft drink and popcorn. Got questions? Call (662) 690-4011.
Chili Festival full
of food and music
Teams will battle it out to win the top prize at the 12th Annual Chili Festival in Tupelo today.
Lunch will be served from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m., and cost is $5. Supper starts at 5 p.m. and lasts until 10, with music provided by Foshorchestra. It’s $10/adults, $5/children.
If you want to know more, call (662) 841-6598.
Tattoo shop to host
Arm wrestling, hot wing eating contests, a Mr. Puniverse competition and more are on tap for the Black Sheep Revival on Saturday.
Ironclad Tattoo Gallery in Saltillo will be offering $20 event tattoos beginning at 1 p.m.
The contests and giveaways begin at 6 p.m. at the Blue Canoe. The Bad Hand will perform at about 8 p.m. The cover charge at the Blue Canoe is $5.
Call (662) 213-0152 for more.
Music, arts combine
at annual Dulcimer Festival
The 33rd annual Archie Lee Memorial Dulcimer Festival is this Saturday at Tishomingo State Park’s Loochapola Lodge.
Musicians from the region will perform and demonstrate the dulcimer. Artists will be on hand to sell their crafts, too.
The program begins at noon and continues throughout the afternoon. It’s free to attend the festival, but there is a $3 entry fee into the park.
For more information, call (662) 438-6914.
Campus Country to perform
this weekend at NEMCC
The Northeast Mississippi Community College country group Campus Country is presenting its first concert of the season on Saturday.
The show, called “Born to Fly,” features music like “It Happens” by Sugarland, “Born to Fly” by Sara Evans and “Red Dirt Road” by Books & Dunn.
Tickets are $5, and the show starts at 7 p.m. at the Seth Pounds Auditorium.
Call (662) 720-7304 for more.
Daily Journal reports