Best Bets April 4, 2013

By NEMS Daily Journal

‘Girl Talk’

Christian comedienne Chonda Pierce is bringing her “Girl Talk” show to the BancorpSouth Arena this weekend.
Singer Geoff Moore is a special guest.
The show is 7 p.m. Friday.
Tickets are $25/gold circle, $20/general admission and $17/group admission, plus fees.
Get more info by checking bcsarena.com or by calling (662) 841-6528.

TUPELO

Watercolor exhibit opens tonight at Caron Gallery

The artwork of Sandra Carpenter and Richard Tucker will be on display at the Caron Gallery in Tupelo today through April 20.
Both are watercolor artists.
The opening reception is 5-7 p.m.
For more information call (662) 205-0351.

Flowers, music, more at Azalea Festival

This year’s Presley Heights Azalea Festival will include a classic car show, Azalea Bud pageant, food, arts and crafts, kite building and flying and lawnmower races.
Entertainment includes A Touch of Harmony, Kay Bain, Two Drink Minimum, Partlow Drummers, ICC Jazz Band and more.
It’s free and at Veteran’s Park Friday and Saturday.
For more info, call (662) 213-5599 or visit presleyheights.com.

Lyric Krewe sets meeting to plan future events

Tupelo Community Theatre’s support organization, the Lyric Krewe, will have a meeting next week to plan upcoming events and provide information for anyone who wants to join.
The 2013 Music, Monet and Margaritas event will be discussed.
The meeting is set for 5-6:30 p.m. at the Park Heights rooftop.
Call (662) 844-1935 for more information.

OXFORD

Miss-I-Sippin’ tonight offers beer, food tasting

Miss-I-Sippin’ is tonight at the Powerhouse in Oxford.
It’s a beer and food tasting event featuring 20 beers and fine cuisine.
It’s 7-9 p.m., and tickets are $35.
Call (662) 236-6429.

Proud Larry’s celebrates anniversary with North Mississippi Allstars

Proud Larry’s is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a concert by the North Mississippi Allstars.
The show is set for tonight at 9 p.m., and tickets are $12.
It’s an 18 and up show.
For more details, check proudlarrys.com or call (662) 236-0050.