Free Tour of Glenwood Cemetery

Antique Days Presents FREE Tour of Glenwood Cemetery Saturday, October 20, 2018 10:00 am at Glenwood Cemetery Happy October! This time of year always brings with it fall colors, cooler weather, hunting season, fun at the Yazoo County Fair, the annual Ag Days event, and many calls to our office about tours to see the Witch of Yazoo grave and Glenwood Cemetery. It’s an exciting time… but visitors are usually limited in ways they can tour Glenwood, which was voted in a 2012 poll on Huffington Post as the 2nd “Spookiest Cemetery in the US.” Tours must be scheduled in advance and are usually held with groups of 20 or more. This year, interest in the legend promises to be even more profound. On October 14 at 10:00 p.m., the Travel Channel’s series “Most Terrifying Places in America” will air an episode that details the legend. Be sure to mark

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Ag Days

Ag Days Yazoo Saturday, October 19 – 20, 2018 at the Triangle Cultural Center, (the Old Main Street School) 332 North Main Street, Yazoo City, Mississippi Don’t miss the fun at the Preview Party on Friday, October 20th, starting at 6:00 PM at the No Smoking Smokehouse! Enjoy live music by Carl Acuff, Jr. & Band and experience a Pig Roast by Yazoo County’s “Chairmaker to the Stars” Mr. Greg Harkins! Tickets for the Preview Party are $25. Contact Phyllis Haynes at 662-590-5415 for more information. Enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells of the traditions of yesteryear. Step back in time in Yazoo City. Dayton Scoggins, a world champion chainsaw sculptor, will be at Ag Days Yazoo on Oct. 20th at the Triangle Cultural Center, 332 North Main, Yazoo City, Ms. Children of all ages love to watch him turn a wood log into a wonderful piece of art using

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Yazoo Historical Society Annual Meeting 2017

Yazoo Historical Society Annual Meeting 2017 The Yazoo Historical Society will be holding its annual meeting on Sunday, October 22 at 3:00 pm at the Triangle Cultural Center. The Yazoo Historical Society is getting an award from the National Daughter of the American Revolution to be given by the local DAR chapter! The YHS will also be giving an award to the winner of the History Writing Contest held in the spring in association with the Yazoo Herald. The Yazoo Historical Society will be electing new officers and Board of Directors for the next 3 years. Refreshments will be served after the meeting. This is the time for current members to renew their membership and a great time for interested people to join! Financial contributions from members help to support the preservation of the local history in Yazoo County to include maintenance of the Sam Olden Historical Museum. The Yazoo Historical

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Domestic Violence Awareness Parade and Rally

“Love Shouldn’t Hurt” Domestic Violence Awareness Parade/Walk and Rally Saturday, October 7, 2017 9:00 am Yazoo County Courthouse 209 East Broadway Street Yazoo City, Mississippi 39194 Presented by the Office of District Attorney, Twenty-First Judicial District Akillie Malone-Oliver, District Attorney Grand Marshal: Mr. Yolanda Evans, D.V. Survivor and founder of Heavenly Help Registration/Line-Up begins at 9:00 am at Yazoo City Police Department Parade/Walk begins at 9:30 am Rally begins immediately following the Parade/Walk. For more information about Domestic Violence, please visit http://mcadv.org For information about this event, call 662-746-5429 School bands from local and surrounding areas, local businesses, elected officials, non-profit organizations, civic and community groups, local churches, motorcycle clubs, horse riders, etc. are all invited to participate and attend!

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St. Mary’s Market and Sale

St. Mary’s Craft & Flea Market and Garage Sale St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Yazoo City is holding a huge Crafts, Flea Market, and Garage Sale with many vendors. Saturday, October 7 7 am to 1 pm 229 North Monroe Street Yazoo City, Mississippi The event will take place rain or shine. St. Mary’s will also be selling Grilled Hamburger Plates from 11 am to 12:30 pm for $5 each.  

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Rock n’ Roll Yazoo City Christmas Parade

Rock n’ Roll Yazoo Christmas Parade Presented by the City of Yazoo City Downtown Yazoo City Tuesday, December 5, 2017 6:30 pm Enter your float, marching band, antique vehicle, etc. by completing the form below and submitting it to the Yazoo Herald or City Hall. Participation is FREE thanks to the City of Yazoo City! Deadline to enter is Monday, November 20th. Entry car signs pickup will be December 1st and 4th from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners. Line-up begins at 5 pm from the Police Station to Jackson Avenue. Yazoo City Christmas Parade Entry Form

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Mississippi Bicentennial “Learn at Lunch”

Mississippi Bicentennial Learn at Lunch Bring your lunch and join the Yazoo Historical Society and Ricks Memorial Library every Friday in July from noon til 1 pm at the oldest library building in the state as we will learn a bit about Mississippi’s 200-Year History! Friday, July 7, 14, 21, & 28 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm at the Mississippi Chemical Conference Center at Ricks Memorial Library 310 North Main Street, Yazoo City, Mississippi Friday, July 7 – Mark Henry, Mississippi Bicentennial Commission Friday, July 14 – Lance S. Harris, Site Director, Grand Village of the Natchez Indians Friday, July 21 – Amy Genke, Supervisory Park Ranger-Interpretation, Natchez Trace Parkway Friday, July 28 – The Delta Center for Culture and Learning, Delta State University

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