Thursday, May 30, 2013
‘Twilight’ – this week’s featured movie in park
The final edition of this year’s “Moonlight, Magnolias, Movies and More” will be held this Thursday, May 30.
The event, which begins at 7:30 p.m., is sponsored by the Holly Springs Main Street Chamber. The movie this week, “Twilight,” will be shown free to the public in Spring Hollow Park.
Summer reading scheduled at library
The Marshall County Library in Holly Springs, Potts Camp and Byhalia has planned the Summer Library Program to keep children reading and learning all summer.
Register your child at any branch so they can enjoy storytime and crafts. The theme is “Dig Into Reading!” Let your child come learn about dinosaurs, gardening, creepy crawly critters and more. Every program is free and open to children of all ages. Refreshments will be served.
• Holly Springs – Tuesdays, June 11, 18, 25 and July 9, 16, 25.
• Byhalia – Wednesdays, June 12, 19, 26 and July 10, 17, 24.
• Potts Camp – Thursdays, June 13, 20, 27 and July 11, 18, 25
All programs start at 2 p.m.
Holly Springs Night Friday at Redbirds
Friday night, May 31, is Holly Springs Night with the Memphis Redbirds. The game against the Isotopes starts at 7 p.m. Tickets ($10) may be purchased at 148 East College Avenue or call 662-252-2943 or 662-252-2515.
Farmers Market set to begin in mid-June
Growers within a 100-mile radius of Holly Springs are encouraged to register to sell homegrown fruits and vegetables at the Farmers Market, to be held on the courtsquare again this year, according to Lisa Liddy.
The market is expected to start about mid-June. Prospective vendors should call Lemon Phelps at the Marshall County Extension Office (662-252-3541) to file an application.
Liddy said the growers must have their gardens inspected before they can bring produce to the market. Phelps will come out and inspect the garden, she said. Homemade crafts can also be sold, but the material on display cannot be more than 20 percent of the total display items.
Liddy said cool weather and frequent and heavy rains this spring have made it impossible for some producers to get their gardens planted early enough to start the market earlier.
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