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What’s Happening in Marshall Through April 1

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Wednesday, March 26

8:00 AM – Farm City Week, Marshall City Arena, 903.935.4504

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM:  Area Artists Present “March Madness”, Marshall Visual Art Center, 903-935-4417

10:00 AM – 4:00 PM: Michelson Museum of Art Presents “Latino Folk Tales: Cuentos Populares – Art by Latino Artists”, 903-935-9480

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

10:00 AM – 4:00 PM:  Starr Family Home Historic Site, 903-935-3044, Admission Charge

10:00 AM-4:00 PM:  Historic Courthouse Museum, 903 935.8417, Admission Charge

11:00 AM & 2:00 PM:  Historic Harrison County Courthouse Tours, 903-935.8417, Free Admission

7:00 PM – 9:00 PM: OS2 presents Airheart, 903-938-7700

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Latino Folk Tales Exhibit at the Michelson Museum of Art through March 29, 2014

Screen Shot 2014-01-06 at 11.34.55 AMA collection of original folk illustrations from latino folk tales published in bilingual children’s picture books will be on display at the Michelson Museum of Art through March 29, 2014.

The collection is composed of artists whose inspiration comes from various areas including Mexico, Puerto Rico and Buenos Aires.

Curated by Sylvia Nissley and promoted by Smith Kramer Traveling Exhibitions, the exhibit will delight viewers with its vibrant and colorful cultural folk images.

For more information, contact the Michelson Museum of Art located at 216 N. Bolivar Street, Marshall, Texas, (903) 935-9480.

Explore Marshall History

1901HarrisonCountyCourthouseThis unique East Texas community of 25,000 is a history buff’s delight, with more than 100 historical markers and medallions with several listed in the National Register of Historical Places. Founded in 1841, Marshall, is older than the State of Texas and is laid out on seven hills following the pattern of Rome.

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Boat Tours on Caddo Lake

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Boat Tours on Caddo Lake

The seasons are changing and the temperatures are getting cooler.  It’s the perfect time for a trip to Caddo Lake. Texas only natural lake with its wildlife and foliage is truly a sight to behold.  The maze of sloughs, bayous and ponds create a vast 26,000-acre water-wilderness for nature lovers of all ages.

CLICK HERE to read a story in the current edition of Texas Highways on Caddo Lake

The lake literally changes throughout the day from sunrise to sunset as the light of the sun’s rays’ dance through the trees and reflect across the water. Touring by boat allows you to experience all that Caddo Lake has to offer while enjoying a retreat from everyday life.

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