Last chance to see farm exhibit at Tupelo Automobile Museum
Tractors, farm wagons and other farming implements are on display now at the Tupelo Automobile Museum.
The exhibit runs through Saturday.
The museum is open today through Saturday from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m., and the exhibit is included in regular admission, $10/adults, $5/children and $9/seniors, military and AAA.
Call (662) 842-4242 for more.
Arts, food, music on Square this weekend at Double Decker
The 17th annual Double Decker Festival is this Friday and Saturday in Oxford.
The Square will be full of art by artists such as Lynn Dunlap, Al Stanford, Ginger Kelly and Jason Wilson, as well as “Taste of Oxford” vendors like Funkys, Boure, Square Pizza and Two Stick.
The Friday night concert includes Charlie Mars, Deer Tick and Iron and Wine, and that show starts at 7 p.m. and is the only ticketed event. Tickets are $13.41 in advance and $18 day of show.
The music begins at 10 a.m. Saturday and includes Mavis Staples, the Funky Meters, Patterson Hood, George McConnell & the Non-Chalants, Jimbo Mathus, Grace Askew, Star and Micey and Rooster Blues. Saturday’s events are free.
There will also be kid’s events, storytelling, walks and runs, double decker bus rides and more.
Find out more by checking oxfordcvb.com/doubledecker/index.html or by calling (662) 232-2367.
Corinth High School seniors present ‘Time Warp’ show
Eighty-four Corinth High School seniors will present their version of Follies 2012 this weekend at the high school.
The theme is “Time Warp,” with the students going back in time through music and skits. Music by artists such as The Beatles, Bruno Mars, Etta James and the Spice Girls are all in the program.
Tickets are $7, and the show is 7 p.m. Thursday-Saturday.
For more info, call (662) 287-2425.
Daily Journal reports