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  • West Tennessee Regional Art Center

    Mission: Having as its mission to "provide opportunities to participate in, and education through, the arts," WTRAC offers guided tours to school children and regularly interacts with area colleges and universities....

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  • West Tennessee Agricultural Museum

    Steeped in the rich history of its region the West Tennessee Agricultural Museum presents life-size displays that depict the everyday challenges settlers faced opening a new territory. Throughout the museum displays familiarize visitors with the different aspects of daily li...

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  • Murray Hudson Antiquarian Maps, Globes, Books & Prints

    Over 40,000 items catalogued, covering nearly every area and era. From 1500's Ptolemaic maps, where mountains resemble snakes, to the first U.S. Atlas, 1795, to maps and prints of 19th Century railroads, to black ocean globes with copper airplane stands from the 1940's. The ...

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  • Nite Lite Theatre

    About Us: Nite Lite Theatre's performances are presented in part by the Tennessee Arts Commission's Rural Arts Project Grant and its Arts Build Communities Grant, the latter being funded through the efforts of the Northwest Development District Office in Martin. These grant...

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  • Paris-Henry County Arts Council

    About the Arts Council: The Paris-Henry County Arts Council was created in 1967 to promote, encourage and stimulate the appreciation of and involvement in the arts. It's government consists of a 21-member working board with a three-year commitment that meets monthly. Fundin...

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  • River's Edge International Film Festival

    The River's Edge International Film Festival brings independent film to the smart, arts-oriented, mid-American river town of Paducah, Kentucky. Paducah already has a burgeoning visual and performing arts scene, and the film festival is right in the center of this cultural hu...

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  • Luther F. Carson Four Rivers Center

    Mission Statement: The Luther F. Carson Four Rivers (Performing Arts) Center is a gathering place where people of the region celebrate creativity and diversity as they attend performances, participate in educational and outreach activities, and expand their horizons through ...

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  • Sikeston Depot Museum

    History of The Sikeston Depot: When Sikeston, Missouri founder John Sikes first envisioned his city of the future more than 140 years ago, he knew having a railroad through the community would be helpful to its success. Little did he know, however, how vital this link with ...

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  • Gallery Of Murray

    About Us : The Gallery of Murray opened for business in 1990 by owner Emma Story. Her energy, outgoing personality, and passion for her work established The Gallery as Murray's premier location for art and framing. The Gallery is now a second generation business owned and ...

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  • Masquerade Theatre

    History :   Masquerade Theatre, Inc. has been producing theatrical productions for 16 years including musicals, comedies, dramas, children's plays, workshops, and concerts. Our formal season begins each spring with a major musical production followed by three add...

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  • Obion County Museum

    A Little About The Museum : The Obion County Museum offers a glimpse into the history of Obion County. Founded in 1970 with the McNatt Collection of antique toys and tools, the museum now includes a log cabin and a one-room schoolhouse. Other permanent exhibits include an e...

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  • Mayfield / Graves County Art Guild

    About Us: The Mayfield/Graves County Art Guild was founded in July, 1990. It seeks to provide educational programs in aesthetic appreciation and art techniques to all age levels, to provide exhibition space for the display of work by local and regional artists and art groups...

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  • Ballard County Fair
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  • Barlow House Museum

    Rustic turn-of-the century elegance awaits you at the Barlow House. Richly appointed with original furnishings, the 11 room house was built by local patriarch Clifton Jesse Barlow. His son Vivian J. Barlow, taught piano for 30 years at the prestigious Choate Boys Academy in ...

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  • River Discovery Center

    The River Heritage Museum is located within the oldest surviving antebellum building in Paducah's historic downtown. Known locally as the Petter Building, this two-story, double-pile, brick structure was built circa 1843 to house the newly-formed Branch Bank of Louisville. T...

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  • Angled Art Gallery

    The angled art gallery is a unique, contemporary space set in an 1888 romanesque house. completely remodeled in 2004, contemporary fixtures and furniture were combined with the well-preserved ornate woodwork. the house is as much a treat to see as the art shown there. six ro...

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  • Theatre Arts Enterprises
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  • Playhouse In The Park

    History:The Murray-Calloway County Community theatre was founded January 1977, and in May of the same year, the theatre incorporated as a nonprofit organization and elected its first Board of Directors. The Board immediately began looking for a permanent home. They inquired ...

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  • Murray Art Guild

    The Murray Art Guild is a non-profit educational and cultural organization. The existence of the Guild depends on the good will of concerned individuals, businesses and corporations and local and state government. Fees and donations are tax-deductible within the limits set b...

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  • The Dixie Carter Performing Arts

    History Of The Dixie Carter Performing Arts: Early in 1999, a group of concerned business leaders, led by Mayor Dale Kelley, met together to discuss revitalization of the central business district (CBD) in Huntingdon. Several meetings to brainstorm options that would stem...

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  • Paducah Symphony Orchestra

    Mission And History:The Paducah Symphony (PSO) was founded in 1979 to provide the highest quality orchestral and choral music to area residents and employment to professional musicians in Western Kentucky. The mission of the PSO, currently under the direction of Raffaele Pon...

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  • New Madrid Historical Museum

    Located in a former saloon at the foot of Main Street,  the New  Madrid Historical Museum reflects the history of this river town from the Mississippian period up through the early 20th century.  Native American artifacts and displays bring to life the...

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  • Tennessee Iris Festival

    In January of 1980, the Dresden Business Association was discussing ways to promote business in the community. From that discussion came the idea of having an Easter Parade. Few citizens of Dresden had any experience with parades other than taking pleasure in watching them; ...

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  • West Tennessee Strawberry Festival

    The West Tennessee Strawberry Festival is a 78-year tradition in Humboldt, an opportunity for a classic West Tennessee homecoming as people travel from across the country to enjoy the events, the food, and the fellowship of family and friends. The very first festivals were d...

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  • Murray-Calloway County Fair
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  • Dippin' Dots

    Stop by to visit us at 213 Greenwood Ave in the Dolan Plaza, Bethel CT. We offer dippin' dots ice cream, milkshakes, floats, dippin' dots cakes, 100% juice solar freeze slushies, parfaits and smoothies. We specialize in birthday parties, catering, arts and crafts classes, ki...

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  • Gibson County Fair

    This is the 159th annual Gibson County Fair, organized through Legislative Act in 1855, which encouraged every county in Tennessee to hold agricultural fairs each year in the fall. The first fair, called the Gibson County Agricultural & Mechanical Fair, making it the old...

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  • Henry County Fair
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  • Obion County Fair
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  • Dyer County Fair
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  • Reelfoot Lake Waterfowl Festival
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  • Market House Theatre

    Mission: The Mission of the Market House Theatre is to enhance the quality of life in our community by providing a “hands on” artistic experience for people of all ages. The Goals of the theatre are to provide a regular schedule of artistic opportunities in the...

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  • Purchase Players Community Performing Arts Center
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  • Sikeston Little Theatre

    The Sikeston Little Theatre is located on 506 S Kingshighway, Sikeston, Missouri.  SLT has been entertaining Southeast Missouri for 56 years. It has performed in several locations in the past.  After a vigorous building campaign, the Albritton Mayer Cente...

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  • Yeiser Art Center

    Our Mission The mission of the Yeiser Art Center is to further the development and appreciation of the visual arts within our local community and throughout the region by providing educational opportunities and activities that help nurture the creative spirit in all of us....

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  • Reelfoot Arts and Crafts Festival
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  • Crown Winery and HRH Vineyards

    Open: Year-Round About Us:Peter Howard, a British gas physicist, is a descendant of Sir Luke Howard (1772-1864), the father of meteorology, who gave names to the varieties of clouds and invented the rain gauge.  Richard Cozens (b.1674), shipbuilder to Czar Peter the Great, ...

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  • Dogwood-Azalea Festival
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  • YaYa's Island

    Child's Admission for Open Play is 6.99 for Ages 1-12 and Adults are Free.  Socks are Required. Hours of Operation are Monday - Thursday 10-8pm. Friday - Saturday 10-9 and Sunday 12-6....

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  • Hot August Blues Festival
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