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Civil war art panels at library

Patrons of all ages are invited to stop in to view and enjoy an exhibit of oversized panels of photos, art and documents from the Civil War era.

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Logan wins contest

Logan wins contestDevin Logan, the 17 year-old daughter of Tony and Heather Logan, recently won a karaoke contest and has recorded her song to be on a local radio station.

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Rutherford photo winners announced

Rutherford photo winners announcedWinners of the two framed 24x30 inch photographs from the Charles Rutherford exhibit

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Prayer movement to lead up to election day

The University of Mobile, Ala. has launched the “twelve23 Prayer Movement for America”

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NTCC performance

Dr. Ron Clinton, Executive Vice President for Instruction at Northeast Texas Community College, will present a piano concert at the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday, Oct. 3, at 2:30 p.m.

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Fashion show Saturday at CAC

The fashion conscious are invited to join members of the Franklin County Arts Alliance for a fashion show.

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Plein Air Venice exhibit

Plein Air Venice exhibitAnne Edwards, Annette Rutherford and  Sandra St. John

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Jones couple entertain at market

Jones couple entertain at marketGary and Diane Jones provided entertainment at the Farmers Market on Saturday, Sept. 18.

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Music, art in consort

“Transfigured Night” will combine art and the romantic music of Austrian composer Arnold Schoenberg for a Sunday evening concert. The music along with slides representing the period will be melded starting at 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 12 at the Mount Vernon Music Hall, 402 Leftwich St. For more information, see the Sept. 9 edition of the Mount Vernon Optic-Herald.