The Indianola Open Air Market, positioned on the nook of Entrance and Second streets, shall be open from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. TODAY. Some contemporary fruits and veggies to buy embrace peas, tomatoes, cucumbers, squash and extra! The market is sponsored by Heart C.M.E. Church and operated by the Invoice Richardson Civic Alliance. The contact individual is Maggie Barnes (662-887-7271).
with the Allstars
All are invited to characteristic presentation of Showtime with the B.B. King Allstars starting at 7 p.m. TONIGHT. This free-admission occasion shall be each in-person and livestreamed on Fb.
The Sunflower County Library System continues to supply enjoyable and academic packages all through the summer season.
Indianola Library: Junior Auxiliary Books for Bucks program each TUESDAY and THURSDAY at 5 p.m. Storytime each TUESDAY morning at 9:30 a.m.
Sunflower County Library YouTube Channel: Digital Storytime TODAY that includes “Ocean Meets Sky” by The Fan Brothers and “Tips on how to Catch a Mermaid” by Adam Wallace and Andy Elkerton.
All packages are free and obtainable to the general public. For extra data or help with library companies or assets, please contact Gail Brinston, Public Service Coordinator, at 662-887-1672 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
and Fish Fry
The mayor and Alderman Ruben Woods are internet hosting a Group Cleanup and they’re asking that every one volunteers and volunteer teams be a part of them on SATURDAY, AUGUST 6 at 7a.m. on the nook of Roosevelt and Garrard streets. They’ll collect at this location, hand out reflective volunteer vests, bottled waters and unfold out throughout Ward 3 choosing up trash. Afterwards, there shall be a barbeque and refreshments beneath the shade! Cleanup efforts will happen in every ward this 12 months and in years to come back! They’re asking all residents of Indianola to hitch them and present your help. Though the Metropolis’s COVID restrictions have been relaxed, they strongly encourage residents to proceed carrying their masks – and hand sanitizer shall be offered. For more information, contact Alderman Ruben Woods at 662-671-9252.
Again to College Rally
The Dorothy I. Peak Quad Counties Part of the Nationwide Council of Negro Ladies (NCNW) will sponsor a Again to College Rally on SATURDAY, AUGUST 6 at Mount Beulah Missionary Baptist Church, 310 Church Avenue in Indianola from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. All college students in grades Okay-12 are invited to attend. College provides shall be given to the primary 50 college students who attend. Come and luxuriate in an amazing day of meals, enjoyable and leisure!
Outreach 4-H is sponsoring a Competition at Minnie Cox Park from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6. There shall be arts & crafts, meals, video games, livestock, produce, singing and a parade from Trinity Outreach Church, positioned at 504 Roosevelt Road, to the park. Deliver umbrellas and garden chairs! Contact $-H membership chief Charlene Walker for more information at 662-574-6773.
Again to College Rally
Moton Development, Inc. presents their eleventh annual Again to College Rally, which can happen from 11:30 a.m. to three p.m. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6 at Ruleville Park in downtown Ruleville. This 12 months’s rally shall be remembering Mrs. Robyn Marlow. For more information or to donate, please name Levester Moton at 662-207-0584.
MAC at BBKM
The Mississippi Arts Fee desires to listen to from you! Share your ideas in individual WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. throughout a Listening Session on the B.B. King Museum within the Barksdale Cotton Gin room. The Arthur Alley workforce, a Mississippi-based advisor group, will information a bunch dialog. Sarah Story, government director of MAC, will ask attendees questions and pay attention together with the Arthur Alley workforce. MAC will use the suggestions from the listening session for the brand new strategic plan! Can’t make it in individual? Fill out a survey by visiting https://bit.ly/3bvtvZ8. For extra data or accessibility requests name 601-359-6030 or e mail email@example.com.
BeSMART: Management Your Diabetes for Youth
Partnering with Mississippi Heart for Superior Medication, B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Heart is providing a Juvenile BeSMART: Management Your Diabetes every FOURTH MONDAY (subsequent date: AUGUST 22) of every month. This system is for ages 6 – 17 years of age and members should register to attend. Functions could also be picked up on the museum from 10 a.m. to five p.m. Tuesday by means of Saturday or downloaded and printed from www.bbkingmuseum.org. For extra data, please contact Training Coordinator Mrs. Misty Clark-Johnson at 662-887-9539.