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  • Teddy “We Care” Bear Collection
    All day
    Mar-01-2017-Mar-10-2017

    Teddy “We Care” Bears is a nonprofit organization, collecting teddy bears or stuffed animals to comfort, support, and help children in society deal with traumatic situations or events, with the love of a teddy bear. Together We Care has become a big supporter of this wonderful cause. Our mission is to provide comfort to children by providing stuffed animals to hold through difficult times and tough situations.

    We need your help to collect 5000 teddy bears to distribute to local hospitals, fire stations, AMR, police stations, community centers, etc. We will collect new or gently-used bears and/or stuffed animals from now through the end of the year. Teddy bears and/or stuffed animals can be dropped off at one of the following locations:

    Together We Care or Rathburn Chiropractic Clinic

    608C Hwy 80 East 612 Hwy 80 East

    Clinton, MS Clinton, MS

    Ph: (769) 218.0292 Ph: (601) 924.4647

    Pick up can also be arranged by calling Shalisa James at 769.218.0292. I would welcome the opportunity to speak with you further regarding this great cause.

    Thank you for your BIG HEARTS AND HUGS and giving this your consideration.

  • Clinton Police and Fire train for Free in March!
    All day
    Mar-01-2017-Mar-15-2017

    No Limit Combatives are welcoming ALL members of the Clinton Fire and Police Departments!!

  • MAPE Governor’s Awards
    11:45 am-1:30 pm
    Mar-01-2017

    Schools and businesses throughout Mississippi will be honored for their partnerships during the 2017 Governor’s Awards Luncheon.

    The Mississippi Association of Partners in Education is hosting the event from 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 1 in the Wellington Ballroom at the Hilton Hotel in Jackson. The luncheon is part of the Mississippi Education Partnership Conference presented by MAPE, Mississippi Association for Middle Level Education, and Program of Research and Evaluation for Public Schools, Inc.

    “School and business partnerships are always mutually beneficial,” said Phil Hardwick, MAPE board president. “It supports schools, it helps businesses and ultimately, it benefits entire communities.”

    Winners will be recognized at the luncheon, but there will be an earlier conference session from 9-10:15 a.m. that day in Salon A where award recipients may be interviewed.

    Award winners include:

    Partnership Excellence Awards

    Elementary Level

    • Clausell Elementary School (Jackson Public Schools) with Saks, Inc. and Hudson Bay Company
    • DeLisle Elementary School (Pass Christian Public Schools) with The Chemours Company
    • Franklin County School District with Southwest Mississippi Chess Foundation
    • Spann Elementary School (Jackson Public Schools) with Mississippi Children’s Museum, Raising Caine’s, Bellwether Church and Northminster Church

    Middle School Level

    Lillie Burney Sixth Grade S.T.E.A.M. Academy (Hattiesburg Public School District) with McDonald’s

    High School Level

    PACES Project and Kemper County High School with numerous community partners

    Multi-Level

    • Mississippi Community Symphonic Band/Mississippi Swing! Big Band with Christ United Methodist Church, Mississippi Music and MAPE (Instrument drive for band students in JPS and Madison County middle schools)
    • Hattiesburg High School with Southeast Mississippi Rural Health Initiative
    • Jackson Public Schools with University of Mississippi Medical Center

    District and Community-wide Level

    McComb School District with Trustmark National Bank, First Bank, Graphics Etc., Farm Bureau of Pike County, McComb Coca-Cola Bottling Company and numerous additional partners

    Governor’s Awards

    Governor’s Awards of Distinction

    • Tupelo Public School District with Growing Healthy Waves and FoodCorps
    • Power APAC (Jackson Public Schools) with APAC A3, Power APAC PTA, Barksdale Foundation, Community Foundation of Greater Jackson, McRae Foundation, Junior League of Jackson, Regions Bank and Partnership for a Healthy Mississippi

    Elementary Level

    Highland Elementary (Madison County School District) with Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation, City of Ridgeland, Ridgeland Police Department, Ridgeland Fire Department, Indian Cycle and Fitness, CYCLE Kids, Highland Elementary PTO, Barnett’s Body Shop and Automotive Color

    Middle School Level

    • N.R. Burger Middle School (Hattiesburg Public School District) with multiple community partners
    • CREATE Foundation and 72 northeast Mississippi middle schools with Toyota Motor Manufacturing Wellspring Education Enhancement Fund Advisory Committee, Community Development Foundation, Three Rivers Planning and Development District and numerous additional partners

    High School Level

    Puckett High School (Rankin County School District) with TempStaff, People’s Bank, Keep Mississippi Beautiful, Keep the Rez Beautiful, the town of Puckett and numerous additional partners

    District and Community-wide Level

    Jackson Public Schools and University of Mississippi School of Nursing

  • MC offers Microsoft Introduction Course
    5:30 pm-7:30 pm
    Mar-01-2017

    Mississippi College offers Microsoft introduction course

    Adults who want to learn basic computer skills can get help at a Mississippi College class in February.

    The four-part course will cover 2013 Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. This course is for individuals who have some knowledge of a computer, including the use of a mouse and key-board.

    The MC Office of Continuing Education is offering the class on Monday and Wednesday evenings on February 20, 22, and 27, and March 1 from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. on the Clinton campus. The cost of the course will be $75.

    For more information visit www.mc.edu/offices/ce and select Enrichment Courses.

  • Meet & Greet with Grant Bovim of Continental Tire
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Mar-01-2017

    Please join Mayor Phil Fisher at a Meet and Greet for Grant Bovim of Continental Tire

    There will be heavy hors d’oeuvres

    Wood Activity Center, 111 Clinton Blvd, Clinton, MS 39056

     

    March 1 2017 @6pm

    Come and go – Casual Attire

     

  • More events
    • Teddy "We Care" Bear Collection
      All day
      Mar-01-2017-Mar-10-2017

      Teddy “We Care” Bears is a nonprofit organization, collecting teddy bears or stuffed animals to comfort, support, and help children in society deal with traumatic situations or events, with the love of a teddy bear. Together We Care has become a big supporter of this wonderful cause. Our mission is to provide comfort to children by providing stuffed animals to hold through difficult times and tough situations.

      We need your help to collect 5000 teddy bears to distribute to local hospitals, fire stations, AMR, police stations, community centers, etc. We will collect new or gently-used bears and/or stuffed animals from now through the end of the year. Teddy bears and/or stuffed animals can be dropped off at one of the following locations:

      Together We Care or Rathburn Chiropractic Clinic

      608C Hwy 80 East 612 Hwy 80 East

      Clinton, MS Clinton, MS

      Ph: (769) 218.0292 Ph: (601) 924.4647

      Pick up can also be arranged by calling Shalisa James at 769.218.0292. I would welcome the opportunity to speak with you further regarding this great cause.

      Thank you for your BIG HEARTS AND HUGS and giving this your consideration.

    • Clinton Police and Fire train for Free in March!
      All day
      Mar-01-2017-Mar-15-2017

      No Limit Combatives are welcoming ALL members of the Clinton Fire and Police Departments!!

    • MAPE Governor's Awards
      11:45 am-1:30 pm
      Mar-01-2017

      Schools and businesses throughout Mississippi will be honored for their partnerships during the 2017 Governor’s Awards Luncheon.

      The Mississippi Association of Partners in Education is hosting the event from 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 1 in the Wellington Ballroom at the Hilton Hotel in Jackson. The luncheon is part of the Mississippi Education Partnership Conference presented by MAPE, Mississippi Association for Middle Level Education, and Program of Research and Evaluation for Public Schools, Inc.

      “School and business partnerships are always mutually beneficial,” said Phil Hardwick, MAPE board president. “It supports schools, it helps businesses and ultimately, it benefits entire communities.”

      Winners will be recognized at the luncheon, but there will be an earlier conference session from 9-10:15 a.m. that day in Salon A where award recipients may be interviewed.

      Award winners include:

      Partnership Excellence Awards

      Elementary Level

      • Clausell Elementary School (Jackson Public Schools) with Saks, Inc. and Hudson Bay Company
      • DeLisle Elementary School (Pass Christian Public Schools) with The Chemours Company
      • Franklin County School District with Southwest Mississippi Chess Foundation
      • Spann Elementary School (Jackson Public Schools) with Mississippi Children’s Museum, Raising Caine’s, Bellwether Church and Northminster Church

      Middle School Level

      Lillie Burney Sixth Grade S.T.E.A.M. Academy (Hattiesburg Public School District) with McDonald’s

      High School Level

      PACES Project and Kemper County High School with numerous community partners

      Multi-Level

      • Mississippi Community Symphonic Band/Mississippi Swing! Big Band with Christ United Methodist Church, Mississippi Music and MAPE (Instrument drive for band students in JPS and Madison County middle schools)
      • Hattiesburg High School with Southeast Mississippi Rural Health Initiative
      • Jackson Public Schools with University of Mississippi Medical Center

      District and Community-wide Level

      McComb School District with Trustmark National Bank, First Bank, Graphics Etc., Farm Bureau of Pike County, McComb Coca-Cola Bottling Company and numerous additional partners

      Governor’s Awards

      Governor’s Awards of Distinction

      • Tupelo Public School District with Growing Healthy Waves and FoodCorps
      • Power APAC (Jackson Public Schools) with APAC A3, Power APAC PTA, Barksdale Foundation, Community Foundation of Greater Jackson, McRae Foundation, Junior League of Jackson, Regions Bank and Partnership for a Healthy Mississippi

      Elementary Level

      Highland Elementary (Madison County School District) with Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation, City of Ridgeland, Ridgeland Police Department, Ridgeland Fire Department, Indian Cycle and Fitness, CYCLE Kids, Highland Elementary PTO, Barnett’s Body Shop and Automotive Color

      Middle School Level

      • N.R. Burger Middle School (Hattiesburg Public School District) with multiple community partners
      • CREATE Foundation and 72 northeast Mississippi middle schools with Toyota Motor Manufacturing Wellspring Education Enhancement Fund Advisory Committee, Community Development Foundation, Three Rivers Planning and Development District and numerous additional partners

      High School Level

      Puckett High School (Rankin County School District) with TempStaff, People’s Bank, Keep Mississippi Beautiful, Keep the Rez Beautiful, the town of Puckett and numerous additional partners

      District and Community-wide Level

      Jackson Public Schools and University of Mississippi School of Nursing

    • MC offers Microsoft Introduction Course
      5:30 pm-7:30 pm
      Mar-01-2017

      Mississippi College offers Microsoft introduction course

      Adults who want to learn basic computer skills can get help at a Mississippi College class in February.

      The four-part course will cover 2013 Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. This course is for individuals who have some knowledge of a computer, including the use of a mouse and key-board.

      The MC Office of Continuing Education is offering the class on Monday and Wednesday evenings on February 20, 22, and 27, and March 1 from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. on the Clinton campus. The cost of the course will be $75.

      For more information visit www.mc.edu/offices/ce and select Enrichment Courses.

    • Meet & Greet with Grant Bovim of Continental Tire
      6:00 pm-8:00 pm
      Mar-01-2017

      Please join Mayor Phil Fisher at a Meet and Greet for Grant Bovim of Continental Tire

      There will be heavy hors d’oeuvres

      Wood Activity Center, 111 Clinton Blvd, Clinton, MS 39056

       

      March 1 2017 @6pm

      Come and go – Casual Attire

       

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  • Quisenberry Library monthly book sale
    All day
    Mar-02-2017-Mar-04-2017


    The Quisenberry Library monthly book sale has been extended one day to allow for spring cleaning. Good time to restock your home  library with good reads. Hours are Thursday, March 2, from 9-8, Friday, March 3, from 10-4  and Saturday, March 4, from 10-4. 

    Remember a bag of books is only $5 or $4 if you join FOL or purchase a Q Library book bag.
  • Habitat for Humanity Seeking Homeowner Applicants for 2017
    5:30 pm-7:00 pm
    Mar-02-2017

    Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area (HFHMCA) is a non-profit Christian organization whose purpose is to build and sell decent and affordable housing to families who need better housing.

    HFHMCA is currently accepting applications for individuals and families interested in becoming part of the Habitat home ownership program in Madison, Hinds and Rankin counties. Informational meetings have been scheduled as follows:

     

    March 2017

    March 2, 5:30 p.m., Jackson Medical Mall

    March 8, 12 noon, HFHMCA Offices at 615 Stonewall Street, Jackson, MS

    March 25, 10 a.m., HFHMCA Offices at 615 Stonewall Street, Jackson, MS

    April 2017

    April 6, 5:30 p.m., Jackson Medical Mall

    April 12, 12 noon, HFHMCA Offices at 615 Stonewall Street, Jackson, MS

    April 22, 10 a.m., HFHMCA Offices at 615 Stonewall Street, Jackson, MS

    Those unable to attend a meeting can learn more by calling 601-353-6060 or visiting www.habitatmca.org. HFHMCA is an Equal Housing Lender.

  • MC Offers GRE Review Course
    6:00 pm-10:00 pm
    Mar-02-2017

    gre

  • AN EVENING OF OLDE TIME RADIO
    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Mar-02-2017
    An Evening of Olde Time Radio will be take in the Mississippi College Aven Fine Arts Recital Hall. The live performances will take place on March 2 and 3, and will begin at 7 p.m. both evenings. Tickets will cost $5 and can be purchased at the door.
     
    The performances will take the audience back to the days when the radio was produced live for a viewing. The program will consist of three shows: “The Adventures of Sam Spade, Detective”, “The Burns and Allen Show”, and a radio version of the film, “Casablanca”. The cast is made up of MC students and faculty. Proceeds will go the Mississippi College Communication Department’s theatre program.
     
    Dr. Tim Nicholas, journalism professor and the producer of the show, describes the performance as “A recreation of evenings from the heyday of radio.” Performers will be in 40’s attire, and live piano music will be performed by MC piano teacher Tyler Kemp.
     
    Nicholas said, “Bring your imagination, wear 40s outfits if you care to, and be ready for a trip back in time.”
  • More events
    • Quisenberry Library monthly book sale
      All day
      Mar-02-2017-Mar-04-2017

      The Quisenberry Library monthly book sale has been extended one day to allow for spring cleaning. Good time to restock your home  library with good reads. Hours are Thursday, March 2, from 9-8, Friday, March 3, from 10-4  and Saturday, March 4, from 10-4. 

      Remember a bag of books is only $5 or $4 if you join FOL or purchase a Q Library book bag.
    • Habitat for Humanity Seeking Homeowner Applicants for 2017
      5:30 pm-7:00 pm
      Mar-02-2017

      Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area (HFHMCA) is a non-profit Christian organization whose purpose is to build and sell decent and affordable housing to families who need better housing.

      HFHMCA is currently accepting applications for individuals and families interested in becoming part of the Habitat home ownership program in Madison, Hinds and Rankin counties. Informational meetings have been scheduled as follows:

       

      March 2017

      March 2, 5:30 p.m., Jackson Medical Mall

      March 8, 12 noon, HFHMCA Offices at 615 Stonewall Street, Jackson, MS

      March 25, 10 a.m., HFHMCA Offices at 615 Stonewall Street, Jackson, MS

      April 2017

      April 6, 5:30 p.m., Jackson Medical Mall

      April 12, 12 noon, HFHMCA Offices at 615 Stonewall Street, Jackson, MS

      April 22, 10 a.m., HFHMCA Offices at 615 Stonewall Street, Jackson, MS

      Those unable to attend a meeting can learn more by calling 601-353-6060 or visiting www.habitatmca.org. HFHMCA is an Equal Housing Lender.

    • MC Offers GRE Review Course
      6:00 pm-10:00 pm
      Mar-02-2017

      gre

    • AN EVENING OF OLDE TIME RADIO
      7:00 pm-8:00 pm
      Mar-02-2017
      An Evening of Olde Time Radio will be take in the Mississippi College Aven Fine Arts Recital Hall. The live performances will take place on March 2 and 3, and will begin at 7 p.m. both evenings. Tickets will cost $5 and can be purchased at the door.
       
      The performances will take the audience back to the days when the radio was produced live for a viewing. The program will consist of three shows: “The Adventures of Sam Spade, Detective”, “The Burns and Allen Show”, and a radio version of the film, “Casablanca”. The cast is made up of MC students and faculty. Proceeds will go the Mississippi College Communication Department’s theatre program.
       
      Dr. Tim Nicholas, journalism professor and the producer of the show, describes the performance as “A recreation of evenings from the heyday of radio.” Performers will be in 40’s attire, and live piano music will be performed by MC piano teacher Tyler Kemp.
       
      Nicholas said, “Bring your imagination, wear 40s outfits if you care to, and be ready for a trip back in time.”
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  • Last Day to Qualify for Municipal Election 2017
    5:00 pm
    Mar-03-2017

    Last day to qualify. Candidates must file their qualifying papers by 5p.m. in the City Clerk’s Office located at Brighton Park at 530 South Frontage Road.

     

  • AN EVENING OF OLDE TIME RADIO
    7:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Mar-03-2017
    An Evening of Olde Time Radio will be take in the Mississippi College Aven Fine Arts Recital Hall. The live performances will take place on March 2 and 3, and will begin at 7 p.m. both evenings. Tickets will cost $5 and can be purchased at the door.
     
    The performances will take the audience back to the days when the radio was produced live for a viewing. The program will consist of three shows: “The Adventures of Sam Spade, Detective”, “The Burns and Allen Show”, and a radio version of the film, “Casablanca”. The cast is made up of MC students and faculty. Proceeds will go the Mississippi College Communication Department’s theatre program.
     
    Dr. Tim Nicholas, journalism professor and the producer of the show, describes the performance as “A recreation of evenings from the heyday of radio.” Performers will be in 40’s attire, and live piano music will be performed by MC piano teacher Tyler Kemp.
     
    Nicholas said, “Bring your imagination, wear 40s outfits if you care to, and be ready for a trip back in time.”
  • Kosmic Bowling at Indian Lanes Bowling Center
    9:00 pm-12:00 am
    Mar-03-2017-Mar-04-2017
    815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

    815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

    No additional detail for this event.

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  • AUCTION
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    Mar-04-2017

  • WATOTO CHILDREN’S CHOIR TRAVELS FROM AFRICA WITH INSPIRING NEW PRODUCTION
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Mar-04-2017

    The Watoto Children’s Choir, a group of 18 orphans from Uganda, will continue its six-month U.S. tour in the Jackson, MS  at Wells United Methodist on Saturday March, 4 at 6:00 pm featuring a brand new concert, Signs & Wonders. The performance is  free and open to the public.

    The concert features  worship songs that share the stories of the children and the joy. The children  share stories of how their lives changed and how they have been called into a life of purpose to transform their communities.
    Since 1994, Watoto Children’s Choirs have traveled the world sharing the plight of Africa’s orphaned children. Each child in the choir has suffered the loss of one or both of their parents but they have been rescued and now live in a Watoto village. Watoto is a holistic child-care solution initiated to serve the dire needs of the people of Africa.

    Abandoned at a hospital in Kampala, Esther Kahangi was rescued by Watoto as a premature baby and spent her first weeks in critical care. Now, she is a healthy, joyful 8-year-old who is currently touring with the choir.

    “I am excited to be a part of Signs & Wonders,” said Esther. “I know that I am a wonder because I am chosen by God as His child.”

    “What an extraordinary experience it is to see the Watoto Children’s Choir,” said Brian Houston, Senior Pastor of Hillsong Church. “It lights up the place to see these beautiful kids, and when you hear their stories and learn about where they have come from, you can’t help but think of all God has done.”

    Watch the trailer for Signs and Wonders HERE.

    For a complete choir tour schedule, please visit www.watoto.com/choir.
    About the Watoto Children’s Choir

    Since 1994, the Watoto Children’s Choirs have toured the world annually as advocates for the 18 million African children currently orphaned by AIDS. The experience of travlling on a choir helps the children to develop confidence and boldness, as well as broadening their worldview. The choirs have performed before presidents and royalty in the White House, Buckingham Palace, the United Nations and many other national parliaments.  The choir has also performed at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Pageant in the UK and is featured on Chris Tomlin’s album, “Hello, Love.”

  • MSO Presents Chamber III: Haydn+
    7:30 pm-9:00 pm
    Mar-04-2017

    March 4, Mississippi Symphony Orchestra presents Haydn+, continuing with MSO’s exploration of the very best of Haydn’s 104 symphonies. The concert program includes the delightful Clock Symphony, popularly known as The Clock because of the “ticking” rhythm throughout the second movement.

    Haydn+ also offers guest artist, John Paul in Françaix’s Harpsichord Concerto. British-born John Paul earned diplomas in Piano and Organ at the Royal Academy of Music in London, an honours degree from the University of London, and a doctorate from the University of Colorado. For more than four decades he served as the Organist and Choirmaster at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Cathedral and the organist at Temple Beth Israel, in Jackson, Mississippi. His noontime concert series at St. Andrew’s became a model for series throughout the country. Paul tours the United States, South America, and Europe as a harpsichordist, presenting concerts, workshops, and informances, as well as records on the Centaur label.

    The MSO Intimate Classics Chamber Series presents concerts in smaller venues, creating a more up close and personal concert experience. Tickets for Haydn+ are $17 for adults and $5 students.  Advance tickets may be purchased on-line at www.msorchestra.com, by calling (601) 960-1565, or by visiting the MSO office at 201 East Pascagoula Street in downtown Jackson between 9am and 5pm from Monday to Friday.  The box office will open at Millsaps College Ford Academic Complex at 6:30 pm on the evening of the concert. For more information on this concert and others in the MSO 2016-17 season, visit www.msorchestra.com.

     

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    QUICK FACTS

     

    WHAT:            Haydn+ 

    Concert Program:

    Méhul: Young Henry’s Hunt
    Górecki: Three Pieces in the Old Style
    Françaix: Harpsichord Concerto
    Haydn: Symphony No. 101, the Clock Symphony

     

    WHO:              Mississippi Symphony Orchestra

    Crafton Beck, MSO Music Director and Conductor

    John Paul, Guest Soloist

     

    WHEN:            Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 7:30 pm

     

    WHERE:          Millsaps College Ford Academic Complex

    CONTACT:     Mississippi Symphony Orchestra

    (601) 960-1565

    www.msorchestra.com

     

  • Kosmic Bowling at Indian Lanes Bowling Center
    9:00 pm-12:00 am
    Mar-04-2017-Mar-05-2017
    815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

    815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

    No additional detail for this event.

  • More events
    • AUCTION
      9:00 am-5:00 pm
      Mar-04-2017

    • WATOTO CHILDREN’S CHOIR TRAVELS FROM AFRICA WITH INSPIRING NEW PRODUCTION
      6:00 pm-8:00 pm
      Mar-04-2017

      The Watoto Children’s Choir, a group of 18 orphans from Uganda, will continue its six-month U.S. tour in the Jackson, MS  at Wells United Methodist on Saturday March, 4 at 6:00 pm featuring a brand new concert, Signs & Wonders. The performance is  free and open to the public.

      The concert features  worship songs that share the stories of the children and the joy. The children  share stories of how their lives changed and how they have been called into a life of purpose to transform their communities.
      Since 1994, Watoto Children’s Choirs have traveled the world sharing the plight of Africa’s orphaned children. Each child in the choir has suffered the loss of one or both of their parents but they have been rescued and now live in a Watoto village. Watoto is a holistic child-care solution initiated to serve the dire needs of the people of Africa.

      Abandoned at a hospital in Kampala, Esther Kahangi was rescued by Watoto as a premature baby and spent her first weeks in critical care. Now, she is a healthy, joyful 8-year-old who is currently touring with the choir.

      “I am excited to be a part of Signs & Wonders,” said Esther. “I know that I am a wonder because I am chosen by God as His child.”

      “What an extraordinary experience it is to see the Watoto Children’s Choir,” said Brian Houston, Senior Pastor of Hillsong Church. “It lights up the place to see these beautiful kids, and when you hear their stories and learn about where they have come from, you can’t help but think of all God has done.”

      Watch the trailer for Signs and Wonders HERE.

      For a complete choir tour schedule, please visit www.watoto.com/choir.
      About the Watoto Children’s Choir

      Since 1994, the Watoto Children’s Choirs have toured the world annually as advocates for the 18 million African children currently orphaned by AIDS. The experience of travlling on a choir helps the children to develop confidence and boldness, as well as broadening their worldview. The choirs have performed before presidents and royalty in the White House, Buckingham Palace, the United Nations and many other national parliaments.  The choir has also performed at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Pageant in the UK and is featured on Chris Tomlin’s album, “Hello, Love.”

    • MSO Presents Chamber III: Haydn+
      7:30 pm-9:00 pm
      Mar-04-2017

      March 4, Mississippi Symphony Orchestra presents Haydn+, continuing with MSO’s exploration of the very best of Haydn’s 104 symphonies. The concert program includes the delightful Clock Symphony, popularly known as The Clock because of the “ticking” rhythm throughout the second movement.

      Haydn+ also offers guest artist, John Paul in Françaix’s Harpsichord Concerto. British-born John Paul earned diplomas in Piano and Organ at the Royal Academy of Music in London, an honours degree from the University of London, and a doctorate from the University of Colorado. For more than four decades he served as the Organist and Choirmaster at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Cathedral and the organist at Temple Beth Israel, in Jackson, Mississippi. His noontime concert series at St. Andrew’s became a model for series throughout the country. Paul tours the United States, South America, and Europe as a harpsichordist, presenting concerts, workshops, and informances, as well as records on the Centaur label.

      The MSO Intimate Classics Chamber Series presents concerts in smaller venues, creating a more up close and personal concert experience. Tickets for Haydn+ are $17 for adults and $5 students.  Advance tickets may be purchased on-line at www.msorchestra.com, by calling (601) 960-1565, or by visiting the MSO office at 201 East Pascagoula Street in downtown Jackson between 9am and 5pm from Monday to Friday.  The box office will open at Millsaps College Ford Academic Complex at 6:30 pm on the evening of the concert. For more information on this concert and others in the MSO 2016-17 season, visit www.msorchestra.com.

       

      ###

      QUICK FACTS

       

      WHAT:            Haydn+ 

      Concert Program:

      Méhul: Young Henry’s Hunt
      Górecki: Three Pieces in the Old Style
      Françaix: Harpsichord Concerto
      Haydn: Symphony No. 101, the Clock Symphony

       

      WHO:              Mississippi Symphony Orchestra

      Crafton Beck, MSO Music Director and Conductor

      John Paul, Guest Soloist

       

      WHEN:            Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 7:30 pm

       

      WHERE:          Millsaps College Ford Academic Complex

      CONTACT:     Mississippi Symphony Orchestra

      (601) 960-1565

      www.msorchestra.com

       

    • Kosmic Bowling at Indian Lanes Bowling Center
      9:00 pm-12:00 am
      Mar-04-2017-Mar-05-2017
      815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS
      815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

      No additional detail for this event.

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  • Daddy Daughter Date Night
    6:00 pm-7:30 pm
    Mar-07-2017

    This year the Chick-Fil-A Daddy Daughter Date Night will be held at Morrison Heights Baptist Church in the Student Center on Tuesday, March 7th from 6:00-7:30PM. This year we will charge for this event and it will cost $5 for each daughter and $7 for the dad. The fee will cover dinner provided by Chick-fil-A Clinton, dessert provided by Meme’s Brickstreet Bakery, professional photography provided by Jeff Chao Photography, a horse drawn carriage ride and entertainment will be provided by Linsdey Claire Dance Company.

  • Grief Share
    6:30 pm-8:30 pm
    Mar-07-2017

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  • Painting Class with Judy Gore Gearhart
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    Mar-07-2017

    Join us for a fun evening of painting with local artist Judy Gore Gearhart. Judy will walk you through each step to paint a colorful still life on canvas in acrylic.

    Your class fee includes all painting supplies. Just show up ready for painting and fun!

    Cost: $65-$75 (varies based on canvas size)

    Class size is limited. You must register via the ticket link. https://acorn.typeform.com/to/xf2gl1

    The Common Room Gallery at Acorn Studio

    406 Monroe St., Clinton, Mississippi 39056
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  • Habitat for Humanity Seeking Homeowner Applicants for 2017
    12:00 pm-1:00 pm
    Mar-08-2017

    Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area (HFHMCA) is a non-profit Christian organization whose purpose is to build and sell decent and affordable housing to families who need better housing.

    HFHMCA is currently accepting applications for individuals and families interested in becoming part of the Habitat home ownership program in Madison, Hinds and Rankin counties. Informational meetings have been scheduled as follows:

    March 2017

    March 8, 12 noon, HFHMCA Offices at 615 Stonewall Street, Jackson, MS

    March 25, 10 a.m., HFHMCA Offices at 615 Stonewall Street, Jackson, MS

    April 2017

    April 6, 5:30 p.m., Jackson Medical Mall

    April 12, 12 noon, HFHMCA Offices at 615 Stonewall Street, Jackson, MS

    April 22, 10 a.m., HFHMCA Offices at 615 Stonewall Street, Jackson, MS

    Those unable to attend a meeting can learn more by calling 601-353-6060 or visiting www.habitatmca.org. HFHMCA is an Equal Housing Lender.

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  • Mississippi Brilla Tryouts
    10:00 am-3:30 pm
    Mar-11-2017

    In preparation for the 2017 Premier Development League season, Mississippi Brilla FC has announced plans for their upcoming tryout. The Clinton, MS based team, which represents the highest level of soccer in the state of Mississippi, will offer its annual open tryout on Saturday, March 11 from 10:00 am – 3:30 pm at Clinton High School in Clinton, MS.  Interested high school, college, and former college players should pre-register for the tryout at brillasoccer.org. There is a $35 registration fee.
    Coach Mark McKeever will be returning to the helm of the Mid-South Division team. McKeever will look to pick a team that will take Brilla back to the playoffs after missing out last year.
    McKeever said, “Tryouts always bring exciting talents that want to showcase their ability to play for Mississippi Brilla.  For many, there is an attraction to play due to the success of the team.  Many are also drawn to the ministry, as a result of the great work the club does to share the good news of Jesus Christ through the game of soccer.  We want to provide an opportunity for everyone to come and enjoy a quality day of soccer that will allow prospective players to present their talents and meet the directors, coach and staff.”
    Mississippi Brilla FC is entering its 11th year of competition in the Premier Development League of the United Soccer Leagues. The PDL is the top developmental league in North America, and has proven to be one of the most important stepping-stones for professional soccer players around the world.
    The 2017 season kicks off in May. The 2017 schedule will be released in early February.
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  • Ladies’ Paint Night at CCNC
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Mar-11-2017

    March 11th – Ladies’ Paint Night | 6-8pm • $10 for CCNC members, $20 for Non-Members • To register, please email Kelly at edcoordinatorccnc@gmail.com • Paint theme: Rustic Wood Sign

  • Kosmic Bowling at Indian Lanes Bowling Center
    9:00 pm-12:00 am
    Mar-11-2017-Mar-12-2017
    815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

    815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

    No additional detail for this event.

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  • Nature Explorers
    2:00 pm-4:00 pm
    Mar-12-2017

    March 12th – Nature Explorers | 2-4pm • A fun hands-on program designed for 3rd – 5th grade children • First visit is FREE • $5 for non-members after first visit

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  • Youth Beginner Tennis
    4:30 pm-5:30 pm
    Mar-22-2017
    Once again the Clinton Parks and Recreation Department and the United States Tennis Association (USTA) will be partnering to provide beginner tennis lessons for children ages 6-12 at Brighton Park.
    Lessons will take place Wednesday’s from 4:30 P.M.and Saturday’s from 11:00 A.M. to Noon. Two sessions are scheduled for March 22- April 15 and April 19-May 13.
    USTA’s “Ready to Rally” beginner tennis program provides children the opportunity to learn the game of tennis from certified tennis professionals in a fun and engaging environment.  Cost for the four week (8 lessons) session is $58.
    The sessions will consist of basic demonstration and instruction of tennis techniques, as well as game strategy and scoring.
    Visit www.clintonparksandrec.com or call 601-924-6082 for more information. To register go to http://jrprograms.mstennis.com and Look for “Brighton Park”.
     
  • Places of the Passion
    5:30 pm-8:00 pm
    Mar-22-2017

    Join Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, Wednesdays from Worship

    Now until April 5th @ 6:30p.

    FREE Meal at 5:30p.

  • MC Offers Career readiness education workshop
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Mar-22-2017

    The Office of Continuing Education at Mississippi College is offering a course covering the basics of how to nvaigae from college to career, including document construction for resumes, cover letters and references.

    The course will also cover interviewing, professionalism and job searching techniques. The course fee is $50. Fee includes “YouScience” assessment and course material.

    The course schedule is as follows:

    Wednesday, March 22, 6-8pm
    Thursday, March 23, 6-7:30pm

    Pre-registration is required by March 10. For a registration form or more information, visit www.mc.edu/offices/ce and seect Enrichment Courses or call 601-925-3263.

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  • Fourth Friday Family Yoga with Casssandra at CCNC
    4:00 pm-4:45 pm
    Mar-24-2017

    March 24th – Fourth Friday Family Yoga with Cassandra! | 4:00 – 4:45pm • A fun, interactive yoga session designed for children and their parents • Free for CCNC members • $5 per person for non/members — at Clinton Community Nature Center.

  • MC Offers Career readiness education workshop
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Mar-24-2017

    The Office of Continuing Education at Mississippi College is offering a course covering the basics of how to nvaigae from college to career, including document construction for resumes, cover letters and references.

    The course will also cover interviewing, professionalism and job searching techniques. The course fee is $50. Fee includes “YouScience” assessment and course material.

    The course schedule is as follows:

    Wednesday, March 22, 6-8pm
    Thursday, March 23, 6-7:30pm

    Pre-registration is required by March 10. For a registration form or more information, visit www.mc.edu/offices/ce and seect Enrichment Courses or call 601-925-3263.

  • CHS plans 12th annual Princess Ball fundraiser
    6:30 pm-8:30 pm
    Mar-24-2017
    Clinton High School (Clinton, Mississippi) is hosting the twelfth annual Princess Ball, open to girls in grades K-3.
     
    The event is 6:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, March 24 in the CHS Cafeteria. The Clinton High School Jazz Band will provide live music for dancing, and princesses in attendance can have their picture made with the Snow Queen.
     
    Attendees must be accompanied by a Prince Charming (father, grandfather, brother, etc. who is high school age or older) or a Fairy Godmother (mother, grandmother, sister, etc. who is high school age or older). Only one adult can attend the ball with the princess.
     
    Tickets are $50 and proceeds benefit Students Against Destructive Decisions and also the Academic Team’s competition registrations for 2017. Tickets include a T- shirt, and professional picture packets will be available at the ball.
     
    Registration forms are due at CHS no later than March 1. Checks will not be accepted.
     
    For a registration form or more information, email ndent@clintonpublicschools.com or bfreeny@clintonpublicschools.com.
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  • Kosmic Bowling at Indian Lanes Bowling Center
    9:00 pm-12:00 am
    Mar-24-2017-Mar-25-2017
    815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

    815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

    No additional detail for this event.

  • More events
    • Fourth Friday Family Yoga with Casssandra at CCNC
      4:00 pm-4:45 pm
      Mar-24-2017

      March 24th – Fourth Friday Family Yoga with Cassandra! | 4:00 – 4:45pm • A fun, interactive yoga session designed for children and their parents • Free for CCNC members • $5 per person for non/members — at Clinton Community Nature Center.

    • MC Offers Career readiness education workshop
      6:00 pm-8:00 pm
      Mar-24-2017

      The Office of Continuing Education at Mississippi College is offering a course covering the basics of how to nvaigae from college to career, including document construction for resumes, cover letters and references.

      The course will also cover interviewing, professionalism and job searching techniques. The course fee is $50. Fee includes “YouScience” assessment and course material.

      The course schedule is as follows:

      Wednesday, March 22, 6-8pm
      Thursday, March 23, 6-7:30pm

      Pre-registration is required by March 10. For a registration form or more information, visit www.mc.edu/offices/ce and seect Enrichment Courses or call 601-925-3263.

    • CHS plans 12th annual Princess Ball fundraiser
      6:30 pm-8:30 pm
      Mar-24-2017
      Clinton High School (Clinton, Mississippi) is hosting the twelfth annual Princess Ball, open to girls in grades K-3.
       
      The event is 6:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, March 24 in the CHS Cafeteria. The Clinton High School Jazz Band will provide live music for dancing, and princesses in attendance can have their picture made with the Snow Queen.
       
      Attendees must be accompanied by a Prince Charming (father, grandfather, brother, etc. who is high school age or older) or a Fairy Godmother (mother, grandmother, sister, etc. who is high school age or older). Only one adult can attend the ball with the princess.
       
      Tickets are $50 and proceeds benefit Students Against Destructive Decisions and also the Academic Team’s competition registrations for 2017. Tickets include a T- shirt, and professional picture packets will be available at the ball.
       
      Registration forms are due at CHS no later than March 1. Checks will not be accepted.
       
      For a registration form or more information, email ndent@clintonpublicschools.com or bfreeny@clintonpublicschools.com.
      Princess Ball
    • Kosmic Bowling at Indian Lanes Bowling Center
      9:00 pm-12:00 am
      Mar-24-2017-Mar-25-2017
      815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS
      815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

      No additional detail for this event.

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  • Habitat for Humanity Seeking Homeowner Applicants for 2017
    10:00 am-11:00 am
    Mar-25-2017

    Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area (HFHMCA) is a non-profit Christian organization whose purpose is to build and sell decent and affordable housing to families who need better housing.

    HFHMCA is currently accepting applications for individuals and families interested in becoming part of the Habitat home ownership program in Madison, Hinds and Rankin counties. Informational meetings have been scheduled as follows:

    March 2017

    March 25, 10 a.m., HFHMCA Offices at 615 Stonewall Street, Jackson, MS

    April 2017

    April 6, 5:30 p.m., Jackson Medical Mall

    April 12, 12 noon, HFHMCA Offices at 615 Stonewall Street, Jackson, MS

    April 22, 10 a.m., HFHMCA Offices at 615 Stonewall Street, Jackson, MS

    Those unable to attend a meeting can learn more by calling 601-353-6060 or visiting www.habitatmca.org. HFHMCA is an Equal Housing Lender.

  • Youth Beginner Tennis
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    Mar-25-2017

    Once again the Clinton Parks and Recreation Department and the United States Tennis Association (USTA) will be partnering to provide beginner tennis lessons for children ages 6-12 at Brighton Park.

    Lessons will take place Wednesday’s from 4:30 P.M.and Saturday’s from 11:00 A.M. to Noon. Two sessions are scheduled for March 22- April 15 and April 19-May 13.
    USTA’s “Ready to Rally” beginner tennis program provides children the opportunity to learn the game of tennis from certified tennis professionals in a fun and engaging environment.  Cost for the four week (8 lessons) session is $58.
    The sessions will consist of basic demonstration and instruction of tennis techniques, as well as game strategy and scoring.
    Visit www.clintonparksandrec.com or call 601-924-6082 for more information. To register go to http://jrprograms.mstennis.com and Look for “Brighton Park”.
     
  • Spring Preview Day set for March 25 at Mississippi College
  • Kosmic Bowling at Indian Lanes Bowling Center
    9:00 pm-12:00 am
    Mar-25-2017-Mar-26-2017
    815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

    815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

    No additional detail for this event.

  • More events
    • Habitat for Humanity Seeking Homeowner Applicants for 2017
      10:00 am-11:00 am
      Mar-25-2017

      Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area (HFHMCA) is a non-profit Christian organization whose purpose is to build and sell decent and affordable housing to families who need better housing.

      HFHMCA is currently accepting applications for individuals and families interested in becoming part of the Habitat home ownership program in Madison, Hinds and Rankin counties. Informational meetings have been scheduled as follows:

      March 2017

      March 25, 10 a.m., HFHMCA Offices at 615 Stonewall Street, Jackson, MS

      April 2017

      April 6, 5:30 p.m., Jackson Medical Mall

      April 12, 12 noon, HFHMCA Offices at 615 Stonewall Street, Jackson, MS

      April 22, 10 a.m., HFHMCA Offices at 615 Stonewall Street, Jackson, MS

      Those unable to attend a meeting can learn more by calling 601-353-6060 or visiting www.habitatmca.org. HFHMCA is an Equal Housing Lender.

    • Youth Beginner Tennis
      11:00 am-12:00 pm
      Mar-25-2017

      Once again the Clinton Parks and Recreation Department and the United States Tennis Association (USTA) will be partnering to provide beginner tennis lessons for children ages 6-12 at Brighton Park.

      Lessons will take place Wednesday’s from 4:30 P.M.and Saturday’s from 11:00 A.M. to Noon. Two sessions are scheduled for March 22- April 15 and April 19-May 13.
      USTA’s “Ready to Rally” beginner tennis program provides children the opportunity to learn the game of tennis from certified tennis professionals in a fun and engaging environment.  Cost for the four week (8 lessons) session is $58.
      The sessions will consist of basic demonstration and instruction of tennis techniques, as well as game strategy and scoring.
      Visit www.clintonparksandrec.com or call 601-924-6082 for more information. To register go to http://jrprograms.mstennis.com and Look for “Brighton Park”.
       
    • Spring Preview Day set for March 25 at Mississippi College
    • Kosmic Bowling at Indian Lanes Bowling Center
      9:00 pm-12:00 am
      Mar-25-2017-Mar-26-2017
      815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS
      815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

      No additional detail for this event.

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  • Citizens’ Police Academy applications being accepted
    All day
    Mar-27-2017-Apr-01-2017

    Clinton Police are beginning a new initiative to help connect officers and the community. Clinton Police Chief Ford Hayman has announced a new Citizens Police Academy, which will be held nightly from March 27 to March 31. It will conclude with a daytime session on Saturday, April 1, followed by a graduation for the participants.

    Residents are encouraged to apply for the program, which is designed to give participants an in-depth look at how Clinton police operate. Goals of the Citizens’ Police Academy are to educate and inform the community about the Clinton Police Department, promote a “Community-Oriented Policing” philosophy, provide a forum for police and community interaction and work together to create a safer city.

    Hayman says the program’s goal is “to strengthen citizen awareness by promoting positive partnerships between police and the community to enhance the quality of life for all citizens in the City of Clinton.” The course is open to anyone older than 18 and requires a background check by the police department. According to program coordinator Lt. Mike Kelly, participants in the program will visit a number of places in the community that are integrated with CPD, including the 911 communications center, the bomb squad, animal control, special weapons, and tactics (SWAT). Students will also learn about use of force and how to assess a scene in which force might be necessary.

    Students will learn about the technology and use of body-worn cameras, a new acquisition of the department. The citizens program is one of the best public relations tools available to the police department, Hayman said. Lt. Mike Kelly, Community Relations Officer, added, “The Clinton Police Department would like to use the Citizens Police Academy program to create positive relationships between the community and the police. Our goal is to make a safer city through community-oriented policing and better understand how to serve our citizens at the same time. We hope to educate members of the community about how the Clinton Police Department works and invite them to become active members in our efforts to make the City of Clinton a great place to call home.”

    Kelly says he expects people to sign up for the program to learn about how police are trained, how the various units within the department operate, and the laws officers follow, adding that the program is designed to add transparency to the profession and give students an idea of a side of policing rarely seen.

    “This is kind of like an up-close-and-personal opportunity for them to learn about what the police department [does],” Kelly said. To enter the program, applicants must pass a background check, Hayman said, noting that not all applicants will be chosen for the first round of the Academy this spring. With plans for additional academies in the future, Hayman hopes to make it a recurring program of the Clinton Police Department.

    Applications for the program can be found online at www.clintonms.org/citizensacademy. The deadline to apply is March 13.

    For more information, visit the City website or call Lt. Mike Kelly at (601) 924-5252.

     

  • Merit Health Career Fair
    10:00 am-2:00 pm
    Mar-27-2017

    Merit Health is holding an exclusive career fair at five of our Central Mississippi facilities March 27 – 31.

    A variety of positions are available, such as nursing, lab, dietary, radiology, housekeeping, reception, coding and more. Join us to find out how you can join the team at Merit Health. We will have refreshments, giveaways and more!

    There’s Merit in opportunities, and reservations are not necessary. All applicants are welcome. While there is a potential for onsite job offers, not all applicants will receive offers.

    For more information, call 601-936- 1371 or visit mymerithealth.com. Facility date and times below:

    March 27
    Merit Health River Oaks/Merit Health Woman’s Hospital
    10 am – 2 pm
    Vision Building Lobby,
    River Oaks Campus

    March 28
    Merit Health Rankin
    10 am – 2 pm
    Larson Atrium, 2nd floor

    March 29
    Merit Health Central
    10 am – 2 pm
    Lagniappe Room

    March 30
    Merit Health River Region
    10 am – 2 pm
    Classrooms A-D

    March 31
    Merit Health Madison
    10 am – 2 pm
    Multipurpose Room

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  • Merit Health Career Fair
    10:00 am-2:00 pm
    Mar-28-2017

    Merit Health is holding an exclusive career fair at five of our Central Mississippi facilities March 27 – 31.

    A variety of positions are available, such as nursing, lab, dietary, radiology, housekeeping, reception, coding and more. Join us to find out how you can join the team at Merit Health. We will have refreshments, giveaways and more!

    There’s Merit in opportunities, and reservations are not necessary. All applicants are welcome. While there is a potential for onsite job offers, not all applicants will receive offers.

    For more information, call 601-936- 1371 or visit mymerithealth.com. Facility date and times below:

    March 27
    Merit Health River Oaks/Merit Health Woman’s Hospital
    10 am – 2 pm
    Vision Building Lobby,
    River Oaks Campus

    March 28
    Merit Health Rankin
    10 am – 2 pm
    Larson Atrium, 2nd floor

    March 29
    Merit Health Central
    10 am – 2 pm
    Lagniappe Room

    March 30
    Merit Health River Region
    10 am – 2 pm
    Classrooms A-D

    March 31
    Merit Health Madison
    10 am – 2 pm
    Multipurpose Room

  • Chamber Member Luncheon
    11:45 am-1:00 pm
    Mar-28-2017

    Anderson Hall in the B.C. Rogers Student Center at Mississippi College

  • Business Bites – Finding your Competitive Edge
    11:45 am-1:00 pm
    Mar-28-2017

    Guest Speaker: Chance L. McDavid, IOM, PCED

    Senior Extension Associate, Southern Rural Development Center & Mississippi State University Extension.

     

    Date: Tuesday, March 28 @ 11:45

    Anderson Hall at Mississippi College

    $12/person for lunch

    Please R.S.V.P. 601-924-5912

  • Grief Share
    6:30 pm-8:30 pm
    Mar-28-2017

    support

  • Nature Lecture with Audrey Harrison
    6:30 pm-8:00 pm
    Mar-28-2017

    Nature Lecture with Audrey Harrison
    Date: March 28, 2017
    Time: 6:30 p.m.
    Title: Protecting Mississippi’s Monarch and Pollinator Habitat
    Cost: Free admission (Donations appreciated!)

    We are excited to have Audrey Harrison at the Nature Center! Audrey is an aquatic entomologist working at the US Army Engineer Research & Development Center and a graduate student in the Biology Department at the University of Mississippi. She earned her Master’s degree in Entomology at Clemson University in 2012. She lives in rural, northwestern Hinds County, with her husband (Bradley), daughter (Eleanor), two dogs and seven chickens.

    Over the last 15 years, the population size of Monarchs has declined drastically, raising concerns of all who care about this amazing creature. One way we can help is to protect and create pollinator habitat in open areas, such as roadways, and provide host plants for Monarch caterpillars. Mississippi is an important part of the incredible Monarch migration, and we have an important role to play in ensuring the survival of Monarch butterflies. Join us on Tuesday, March 28th as Audrey discusses how we can protect Mississippi’s Monarch and Pollinator Habitats!

  • More events
    • Merit Health Career Fair
      10:00 am-2:00 pm
      Mar-28-2017

      Merit Health is holding an exclusive career fair at five of our Central Mississippi facilities March 27 – 31.

      A variety of positions are available, such as nursing, lab, dietary, radiology, housekeeping, reception, coding and more. Join us to find out how you can join the team at Merit Health. We will have refreshments, giveaways and more!

      There’s Merit in opportunities, and reservations are not necessary. All applicants are welcome. While there is a potential for onsite job offers, not all applicants will receive offers.

      For more information, call 601-936- 1371 or visit mymerithealth.com. Facility date and times below:

      March 27
      Merit Health River Oaks/Merit Health Woman’s Hospital
      10 am – 2 pm
      Vision Building Lobby,
      River Oaks Campus

      March 28
      Merit Health Rankin
      10 am – 2 pm
      Larson Atrium, 2nd floor

      March 29
      Merit Health Central
      10 am – 2 pm
      Lagniappe Room

      March 30
      Merit Health River Region
      10 am – 2 pm
      Classrooms A-D

      March 31
      Merit Health Madison
      10 am – 2 pm
      Multipurpose Room

    • Chamber Member Luncheon
      11:45 am-1:00 pm
      Mar-28-2017

      Anderson Hall in the B.C. Rogers Student Center at Mississippi College

    • Business Bites - Finding your Competitive Edge
      11:45 am-1:00 pm
      Mar-28-2017

      Guest Speaker: Chance L. McDavid, IOM, PCED

      Senior Extension Associate, Southern Rural Development Center & Mississippi State University Extension.

       

      Date: Tuesday, March 28 @ 11:45

      Anderson Hall at Mississippi College

      $12/person for lunch

      Please R.S.V.P. 601-924-5912

    • Grief Share
      6:30 pm-8:30 pm
      Mar-28-2017

      support

    • Nature Lecture with Audrey Harrison
      6:30 pm-8:00 pm
      Mar-28-2017

      Nature Lecture with Audrey Harrison
      Date: March 28, 2017
      Time: 6:30 p.m.
      Title: Protecting Mississippi’s Monarch and Pollinator Habitat
      Cost: Free admission (Donations appreciated!)

      We are excited to have Audrey Harrison at the Nature Center! Audrey is an aquatic entomologist working at the US Army Engineer Research & Development Center and a graduate student in the Biology Department at the University of Mississippi. She earned her Master’s degree in Entomology at Clemson University in 2012. She lives in rural, northwestern Hinds County, with her husband (Bradley), daughter (Eleanor), two dogs and seven chickens.

      Over the last 15 years, the population size of Monarchs has declined drastically, raising concerns of all who care about this amazing creature. One way we can help is to protect and create pollinator habitat in open areas, such as roadways, and provide host plants for Monarch caterpillars. Mississippi is an important part of the incredible Monarch migration, and we have an important role to play in ensuring the survival of Monarch butterflies. Join us on Tuesday, March 28th as Audrey discusses how we can protect Mississippi’s Monarch and Pollinator Habitats!

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  • Merit Health Career Fair
    10:00 am-2:00 pm
    Mar-29-2017

    Merit Health is holding an exclusive career fair at five of our Central Mississippi facilities March 27 – 31.

    A variety of positions are available, such as nursing, lab, dietary, radiology, housekeeping, reception, coding and more. Join us to find out how you can join the team at Merit Health. We will have refreshments, giveaways and more!

    There’s Merit in opportunities, and reservations are not necessary. All applicants are welcome. While there is a potential for onsite job offers, not all applicants will receive offers.

    For more information, call 601-936- 1371 or visit mymerithealth.com. Facility date and times below:

    March 27
    Merit Health River Oaks/Merit Health Woman’s Hospital
    10 am – 2 pm
    Vision Building Lobby,
    River Oaks Campus

    March 28
    Merit Health Rankin
    10 am – 2 pm
    Larson Atrium, 2nd floor

    March 29
    Merit Health Central
    10 am – 2 pm
    Lagniappe Room

    March 30
    Merit Health River Region
    10 am – 2 pm
    Classrooms A-D

    March 31
    Merit Health Madison
    10 am – 2 pm
    Multipurpose Room

  • Youth Beginner Tennis
    4:30 pm-5:30 pm
    Mar-29-2017
    Once again the Clinton Parks and Recreation Department and the United States Tennis Association (USTA) will be partnering to provide beginner tennis lessons for children ages 6-12 at Brighton Park.
    Lessons will take place Wednesday’s from 4:30 P.M.and Saturday’s from 11:00 A.M. to Noon. Two sessions are scheduled for March 22- April 15 and April 19-May 13.
    USTA’s “Ready to Rally” beginner tennis program provides children the opportunity to learn the game of tennis from certified tennis professionals in a fun and engaging environment.  Cost for the four week (8 lessons) session is $58.
    The sessions will consist of basic demonstration and instruction of tennis techniques, as well as game strategy and scoring.
    Visit www.clintonparksandrec.com or call 601-924-6082 for more information. To register go to http://jrprograms.mstennis.com and Look for “Brighton Park”.
     
  • Places of the Passion
    5:30 pm-8:00 pm
    Mar-29-2017

    Join Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, Wednesdays from Worship

    Now until April 5th @ 6:30p.

    FREE Meal at 5:30p.

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  • Merit Health Career Fair
    10:00 am-2:00 pm
    Mar-31-2017

    Merit Health is holding an exclusive career fair at five of our Central Mississippi facilities March 27 – 31.

    A variety of positions are available, such as nursing, lab, dietary, radiology, housekeeping, reception, coding and more. Join us to find out how you can join the team at Merit Health. We will have refreshments, giveaways and more!

    There’s Merit in opportunities, and reservations are not necessary. All applicants are welcome. While there is a potential for onsite job offers, not all applicants will receive offers.

    For more information, call 601-936- 1371 or visit mymerithealth.com. Facility date and times below:

    March 27
    Merit Health River Oaks/Merit Health Woman’s Hospital
    10 am – 2 pm
    Vision Building Lobby,
    River Oaks Campus

    March 28
    Merit Health Rankin
    10 am – 2 pm
    Larson Atrium, 2nd floor

    March 29
    Merit Health Central
    10 am – 2 pm
    Lagniappe Room

    March 30
    Merit Health River Region
    10 am – 2 pm
    Classrooms A-D

    March 31
    Merit Health Madison
    10 am – 2 pm
    Multipurpose Room

  • Kosmic Bowling at Indian Lanes Bowling Center
    9:00 pm-12:00 am
    Mar-31-2017-Apr-01-2017
    815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

    815 E Northside Drive, Clinton MS

    No additional detail for this event.

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