Lecture to spotlight document preservation
- Union County Heritage Museum will host a presentation about preserving photographs and documents at noon Thursday.
Duanne Bullard, Tippah County Development Association president, will discuss the county’s effort that has already scanned more than 10,000 items that are available to the public.
The program is free, and lunch will be available. Call (662) 538-0014 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
to present ‘Oklahoma!’
- Union County’s schools have joined forces for a production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma!”
The musical will be staged at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday, April 19, at the Magnolia Civic Center in downtown New Albany.
The show will feature students from East Union, West Union, Ingomar and Myrtle.
Tickets are $10/adults and $5/students. Call (662) 534-1960.
Exhibit features work
by ICC art students
- An exhibit of works by Itawamba Community College students will be on display through May 1 in the W.O. Benjamin Fine Arts Center Gallery at the Fulton Campus.
The exhibition was judged by Duncan Baird, a former Tupelo resident who serves as assistant professor of art at Delta State University.
There’s no admission and the public is invited. Call (662) 862-8244.
Aycock to deliver
- U.S. District Court Judge Sharion Aycock will be the keynote speaker for Mississippi State University Libraries’ Collins Speaker Series.
The free event will be 3 p.m. Tuesday in the libraries’ John Grisham Room.
A 1977 graduate of MSU, Aycock was sworn in as Mississippi’s first female U.S. District Court Judge in October 2007.
Learn more by calling (662) 325-2559. To listen to the event live online, visit library.msstate.edu/collins.
Daily Journal reports