Hallelujah Wang Dang Doodle

Hallelujah Wang Dang Doodle A FREE Good-Time Event in Yazoo City Memorial Day Weekend May 25, 26, & 27, 2018 at Mary’s Happy Medium 123 West Broadway Yazoo City, MS Join Mary’s Happy Medium for the 2nd Hallelujah Wang-Dang Doodle good time on Memorial Day weekend! Live music, Chicago favorite DJ Papa Rock, and FREE FOOD while it lasts! Friday, May 25 – 7 pm – Until – Burgers, Chicago-Style Polish, & Inspirational Music! Music starts at 7 featuring Alfred Young! Saturday, May 26 – 8 pm – Until – Seafood and Rhythm & Soul! Music starts at 9 pm featuring Press Play 601 – Jackson’s #1 Party Band! Sunday, May 27 – 6 pm – Until – Beer, BBQ, & Blues! Live music featuring local favorite Ricochet Cowboys! For more information, visit Mary’s Happy Medium (The Medium) on Facebook. Presented by Mary’s Happy Medium. Sponsored in part by the Yazoo

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Back Home Again

Back Home Again 2019 May 24-26, Memorial Day Weekend Back Home Again Festival May 24 – 26, 2019 Friday, May 24th Welcome Home Meet & Greet 8pm-Until 206 Event Center 728 E. 8th Street, Yazoo City Saturday, May 25th Back Home Again Festival Campanella Park 800 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, Yazoo City 5K Walk/Run Live Music Sporting Events Professional Wrestling Food Contests Free Concert Sunday, May 26 Maximus Wright presents “Soul Damage” the movie at 3 pm! (location TBA) Fashion Show Historic Tour Stay updated at the Back Home Again Festival 2019 event page on Facebook. For more information email stiffboy41@gmail.com or joethomas75@gmail.com Back Home Again is sponsored in part by the Yazoo County Convention & Visitors Bureau (Visit Yazoo).

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National Trails Day at Delta National Forest

Delta National Forest Hosts Trail Day Celebration Hiking. Biking. Birdwatching. Those are some of the activities waiting for visitors in Delta National Forest. Come and visit Delta National Forest on Saturday, June 4 and participate in its 1st National Trails Day event at the Blue Lake Recreation Area. “We want people to get outdoors, to visit their ‘national forest,’ and to participate in this day that is dedicated to connecting youth and the surrounding community to this great treasure,” said District Ranger Valencia Morris. The National Trails Day event, which begins at 9 a.m. with registration and a safety briefing, celebrates America’s 200,000 miles of trails that allow us access to the natural world for recreation, education, exploration, solitude, inspiration, and much more. “During the first part of the day, we will work on trails maintenance, sign rehab, and installation, and overall area clean-up,” Morris said. “Lunch will be provided

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