Here’s a great quality experience . . . fresh from the fields! Every Thursday from 1 pm until 5 pm, visit the 4-H Barn for all your fresh vegetables and fruits and flowers and more!
Music this Weekend!
Friday night at the Magnolia Café is our local favorite band, Delta Drifters. Saturday night, June 28, in
Transitory Theatre News
Open auditions are being held for “What Alice Saw There,” an original play based on Lewis Carroll’s
Guest Chef Wine Dinner
On Friday, June 27, Varnedoe’s at The Myrtles Plantation will feature 4 local “chefs” who will each provide a course, in addition to a couple of courses by the real chef, Scott Varnedoe. The visiting “chefs” are Steve McKinney, Clay Couvillon, Anthony Verdicanno, and Clay Pinson. Another local, Brian Gibbons, will provide the wine pairings from Avenue Wines. This 6-course dinner with wine pairings for each course is $75 per person, all inclusive. Reservations are required and space is limited. For more information, call 635-2635 or visit www.varnedoes.com.
We’ll Miss You!
The Vintage Store will be closing its doors on Monday, June 30, for the last time. We wish Libby Woodside well and thank her for offering such a unique shop for so long. Good luck, Libby!
Closed for Vacation
Audubon Café will be closed from Tuesday, July 1 through Wednesday, July 9. Lori Gore and her family will be on vacation during this time.
Come join the fun and fireworks on Friday, July 4th at 6:30 pm at the St. Francisville Town Ball Park located behind the Sonic. The American Legion will provide complimentary Hot Dogs and Soft Drinks, and the fireworks will begin at dark. For more information call Laurie Walsh,
A Land at War
Audubon State Historic Site offers this two-part program on Saturday, July 5. The first part will be held from 10 am until noon, with the second part offered at 2 pm until 4 pm. There will be period clothing talks as well as a black powder demonstration during the two different parts of this program. For more information, call 635-3739.
On July 6 from 2 pm until 4:30 pm, at
The Ox Bow Restaurant Cookbook
Now back on store shelves, it’s the newly printed and updated cookbook from one of our finest restaurants in town. Chef Philip Plaisance shares the most requested and some of the most popular served at the restaurant for his customers to prepare and serve at home. Chef Phil also adds a few cooking tips and kitchen lore –a few things that no one ever told you! If, like me, you are kitchen-challenged, you can always enjoy the great recipes cooked just for you at the Ox Bow Restaurant every day but Mondays. For more information on the cookbook and the restaurant, give Phil or Ken a call at 635-6276.
Here Come the Hummingbirds!
Mark your calendars for the annual Hummingbird Festival which will be held on Friday and Saturday, July 25 and 26. More information in future editions of Happenings!