Kick off the spurs and pull up a chair Friday as the Columbus Arts Council and Columbus Community Theatre revisit the frontier with "Songs of the Dusty Trails & Wild West Tales."
New Hope Middle School student Deja Nichols, 11, jammed the button down on a launch controller, firing the igniter that launched the model rocket she had assembled earlier that day.
On Friday and Saturday, June 21-22, crepe myrtles will be the stars of the Natchez International Crepe Myrtle Festival.
Rainwater Observatory in French Camp offers a free program called 'Exploring Summer Stars" at 7 p.m. Friday, June 14, by teacher and astronomer David Teske.
Sounds of Summer is back for its 12th year. The four-part, free family-friendly summer concert series returns to the Columbus Riverwalk Thursday, June 13, with music by Style the Band from 7-9 p.m.
The low-residency master of fine arts program in creative writing at Mississippi University for Women will hold a series of readings tonight and Tuesday through Friday, featuring graduate students and faculty.
June Quick Bites from the Mississippi State University Extension Service offer free hour-long interactive video workshops on timely topics.
Mississippi State University Libraries is hosting the sixth annual E.O. Templeton Jr. History and Genealogy Fair on Saturday, June 1 at Mitchell Memorial Library.
Seven-time national prize-winning Akropolis Reed Quintet will kick off the upcoming season of Mississippi State's Lyceum Series.
From agriculture to art and science to sports and business, Mississippi State University is offering a variety of fun, educational summer camp experiences for elementary through high school students.