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Rain or shine, they are always there! Check out the latest produce this Thursday from 1 pm – 5 pm at the 4-H barn. Last week there were plenty of bellpeppers of all colors, pumpkins, squash, local honey, fresh baked goods, fresh cut flowers, yard eggs and much, much more.
Music at the Mag
Friday night, August 29, it’s the Delta Drifters at the Magnolia Café. Next Friday, September 5, Gary Bello is scheduled to perform.
Life in a Slave Cabin
The interpretive staff at Audubon State Historic Site offers Life in a Slave Cabin on Saturday, August 30 which invites visitors to explore the lives of the workers on a plantation by visiting where they actually lived. For more information, call 635-3739.
Rosedown Plantation State Historic Site presents Did You Know: Pirates on Saturday, September 6 from 11 am until 2 pm. Learn the different types of pirating and the famous people that made their livings as pirates. For more information, call 635-3110.
Audubon State Historic Site presents this two-parter on Saturday, September 6. What the Other Time Wore begins at 10 am until noon, and guests will hear about historic clothing, what was worn, who wore it and why for the early 1800s. Then from 2 pm until 4 pm it will be What the Victorians Wore. Guests will learn what the well dressed lady and gentleman of the early Victorian era (1850 – 1870) was wearing. For more information, call 635-3739.
Sunday, September 7, from 2 pm – 4:30 pm, at Locust Grove State Historic Site, the process called grave rendering will be taught using the stones of the inhabitants of the Locust Grove cemetery. For more information, call 635-3789.
That’s all that I have on my calendar. Remember to call before you go in case times have been changed or events have been postponed. And let’s all pray that this storm is not as bad as is predicted. Stay safe!