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Learn about the Native American heritage during this two-day festival held every September in Pinson. Archeofest features a wide array of activities including quillwork, flute making, artifact identification, flint knapping, Indian basketry, dance performances, jewelry making, storytelling, haywagon tours, and weapons demonstrations.
The seventy home game season runs from April through August. You'll also enjoy special promotions such as fireworks, appearances by Jaxx, the huge stuffed mascot, and other family-oriented events.
The Oman Arena is a multi-purpose stadium located in Jackson, Tennessee, USA, which not only holds concerts but also sporting events and family events. Previously called the ' Jackson Colisseum', it was founded in 1964 and later was named the Oman Arena in honor of the late Tury Oman, a local long-time coach. The seating capacity of this arena is 5,600 people.
Ned R. McWherter West Tennessee Cultural Arts Center is a prestigious landmark on Jackson’s entertainment scene. Located in downtown, it is popularly known as The Ned and plays host to an array classical and contemporary performing arts. This 2,200 square-foot (204 square-meter) space is equipped with a cutting-edge light and sound system and a 440-seat auditorium. It provides an intimate backdrop for musicals, choirs, orchestra and stage productions, and has featured the likes of Kathy Mattea, Don McLean and Eileen Ivers.
An annual festival, the African Street Festival celebrates the African heritage of West Tennesseans. It features vendors selling a variety of African clothing, arts, crafts, and gourmet foods. Live African dancing and music is also included. Held in September.
A multi-cultural art gallery representing emerging, professional, contemporary, folk and fun artists and artisans.
Located inside The Dixie Carter Performing Arts and Academic Enrichment Center, the Hal Holbrook Theatre is one of liveliest theaters which has garnered its own set of regulars over time. Check website for a list of upcoming theatrical productions.
Housed inside more than a century-old structure on Court Square, The Dixie is a premier performing arts center in Huntingdon. Named after the famous actress, Dixie Carter, who was a native of Tennessee, this vibrant space is equipped with a state-of-the-art theater known as the Hal Holbrook Theatre. It has a seating capacity for 471 spectators and is equipped with advanced sound and light technology that enhances the experience of watching world-class performances. Apart from the theater, the performing arts center comprises three dressing rooms and one green (rehearsal) room with an access to the stage. Not only does the center hosts performances by professional artists and groups, it is also used as a venue for school and community events. Events of Carroll Arts Council, Huntingdon Special School District and Carroll Academy, are held here regularly. Tours to the performing arts center are also organized during business hours where you get to visit the various facilities of the center and get an in-depth knowledge about the space. Call for more information.
You're invited to a program with the Epilepsy Advocate as they share their inspiring personal stories of living with epilepsy. The program also features a presentation from a neurologist with expertise in treating epilepsy. Please call or visit our webiste to register in advance.