“(Jack Boucher) drove north and the earth flattened and the night opened up her wide, welcoming mouth and took him in. Stay awake, he thought. Stay hot. Rumble through the dark with abandon.”
Thursday, June 17 ■ West Point Farmers’ Market: The West Point Farmers’ Market will be held at 4 p.m. every Thursday, June 3-July 29, at
Thursday, June 10 ■ West Point Farmers’ Market: The West Point Farmers’ Market will be held at 4 p.m. every Thursday, June 3-July 29, at
Thursday ■ West Point Farmers’ Market: The West Point Farmers’ Market will be held at 4 p.m. every Thursday, June 3-July 29, at Mossy oak
Thursday, May 27 ■ Sim Scott Community Center ribbon cutting: Sim Scott Community Center ribbon cutting and opening will be at 10 a.m. Thursday, May
When dusk falls in east Lowndes County Thursday, it will signal the start of a stellar night of music under the stars. The string lights will come on, the fire will crackle in the fire pit. Steve Ellis can pause, stand back for a minute and give thanks that it’s finally come to pass. Since he reworked “the Barn” behind his home on Mac Davis Road to host concerts just in time to coincide with a global pandemic, he may have wondered if it ever would. But with the advent of vaccinations, the light at the end of the tunnel is flickering a bit brighter.
Thursday, May 13 • Ladies Night to Shop: Gather mom and the girlfriends for complimentary appetizers at several downtown Columbus eateries and shop til you
The MAX — Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience — will soon feature two exhibitions celebrating Native American culture, particularly in Mississippi, and the Native American community’s right to tell its own story.
Today (Sunday, May 2) ■ In the Garden and Open House Studio with Ralph Null: Visit artist Ralph Null’s art and floral studio open house
Tips on flowers, FireScaping, and hands-on creativity are featured in free May Quick Bites programs offered by Mississippi State University’s Extension Service.
Wednesday, April 28 ■ Noon Tunes: Take in live music in Trotter Courtyard in downtown Columbus 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Complimentary beverages; lunch by Zachary’s available
All are welcome to celebrate Earth Day with a Community Seed Swap Tuesday at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System.
Tuesday, April 20 Community Seed Swap: Exchange seeds, plants and cuttings, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Columbus-Lowndes library meeting room, 314 Seventh Ave. N. A
Friday morning found potter Cathryn Borer at her kitchen counter surrounded by rolling pins, sponges and plenty of ready clay.
The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System will host its fourth Edible Book Festival at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library on Thursday, April 8 as part of the library’s celebration of National Library Week.
“Beyond the Material,” an exhibition of two photography series by artist Gretchen Haien, will be on display at the Mississippi University for Women Galleries until April 23.
Mississippi State University Libraries is hosting activities throughout April in celebration of National Poetry Month.
Tuesday, March 16 100+ Women Who Care — Members of 100+ Women Who Care Columbus will receive an invitation March 16 to watch a video
Registration opens March 1 for the newest class of Master Gardeners, who will receive their training online this year.
Tuesday, March 16 100+ Women Who Care — Become a member now by donating $100 to 100+ Women Who Care Columbus. Members will receive an