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By NEMS Daily Journal

Tupelo
Classic Cars
The 2010 Tupelo Blue Suede Cruise will kick off at 8 p.m. today with a free showing of an Elvis Prelsey movie at the Tupelo Automobile Museum. For more information call (662) 842-4242, or visit bluesc.com.

Director of artists’ movie to attend free screening
The Tupelo Convention and Visitors Bureau will host a free screening of the documentary, “Who Does She Think She Is?,” at 7:30 p.m. today.
Pamela Tanner Boll, the director and executive producer, will attend the screening, which is part of the Indie Film Series.
Call (662) 841-6521, or visit www.tupelofilmfestival.net to see a trailer for the movie.

Dudie Burger Festival set for Saturday at museum
The 2010 Dudie Burger Festival will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Oren Dunn City Museum in Ballard Park.
There will be music, entertainment and stories, and you’ll be able to buy an old-fashioned Dudie Burger. Admission is free. Call (662) 841-6438, or visit www.orendunnmuseum.org.

VERONA
Lee County Agri-Center hosts walking horse show
The Loraine Wesson Walking Horse Show will be 5:30 p.m. Saturday at the Lee County Agri-Center in Verona.
Tickets are $5/general admission and free/4 and under. Call (662) 401-4253.

BLUE MOUNTAIN
Senior voice student to give free recital
Elise Pearce, a senior at Blue Mountain College, will give a free voice recital.
The event will be 7:30 p.m. today at Blue Mountain’s Garrett Hall Auditorium. Call (662) 685-4771.

OXFORD
Tap dancers to perform at Ole Miss’ Ford Center
Young tap dancers will show their stuff during “Tap Kids” at 8 p.m. Friday at the University of Mississippi’s Ford Center.
Tickets are $12/general admission and $6/under 18 at the Ole Miss and Ford Center box offices, or call (662) 915-7411.

STARKVILLE
Reed set to sign copies of book at Grisham Room
Jack Reed Sr. will sign copies of his book, “A Time to Speak: Speeches by Jack Reed,” at 4:30 p.m. Friday in the Grisham Room of Mississippi State University’s Mitchell Memorial Library.
A reception will follow. Call (662) 325-3221.
Daily Journal reports