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William L. Simpson

 

The Marshall Convention & Visitors Bureau

Invites You to Join us

at the Reception Honoring Our Artist in the Window

William L. Simpson

on Wednesday, October 1, 2014

4:30 to 6:00 PM

 

Color In Freedom

 The Michelson Museum of Art presents Color in Freedom: Journey Along the Underground Railroad

Color in FreedomSeptember 9 – October 25, 2014

 

Michelson Museum of Art

216 North Bolivar ST

Marshall, TX  75670

Whats Happening in Marshall thru Sept 16th

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Whats Happening in Marshall thru Sept 16th 

Wednesday, September 10

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM:  Marshall Convention & Visitors Bureau “Art In The Window – JoAnne & Scott Imhof, 903-702-7777, 301 North Washington Avenue

10:00 AM – 4:00 PM: Michelson Museum of Art Presents  “Color in Freedom: Journey Along the Underground Railroad”  903-935-9480, 216 North Bolivar Street, Free Admission

10:00 AM – 4:00 PM:  T & P Depot Museum, 903-938-9495 800 North Washington, Free Admission

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Cliff Shackelford to speak in Jefferson

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Cliff Shackelford, State wide Ornithologist for Texas Parks and Wildlife, will join with Jefferson’s Collins Academy in celebration of Wild Daze on Thursday, Sept. 25 at the Transportation Center in Jefferson, Texas at 6 p.m. Wild Daze is an annual Collins Academy event held in conjunction with National Public Lands Day events.

“We are excited to have someone with Cliff’s credentials come to our region and talk with area birders,” Gary Endsley, Director of Collins Academy said. “He is the premier bird expert for the state, in addition he is a highly entertaining speaker. We encourage all individuals interested in birding to attend. Endsley said that bird watching is an $82 billion a year industry in the U.S., and we hope to see more area people become involved. We are perfectly positioned in the Caddo Lake region in both Texas and Louisiana, where more than 200 resident and migratory bird species occur, to promote this natural resource not only for personal enjoyment, but for tourism and economic development projects.”

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