Jackson’s historic Fondren Arts District is in the middle of everything. Unique restaurants, shopping and urban living combine to create a vibrant place to live, work, shop play and dine in Fondren!
Remember to Vote Tuesday, May 21st!
Next Tuesday, May 21, Jacksonians will cast their votes in a runoff election for Mayor of their city. We believe it is important for you to exercise your right, privilege and responsibility to vote. Remember:
You CAN VOTE in the runoff election EVEN IF you forgot to vote in the May 7 election.
You CAN VOTE in the runoff regardless of your party affiliation. There was ONLY a Democratic primary in the City of Jackson May 7.
If you are going to be out of town, you CAN easily cast your absentee vote at the City of Jackson's Clerk's Office in City Hall any time between May 11 until this Saturday, May 18. The Clerk's office will be open 8 a.m. until Noon on Saturday, May 18.
See you at the polls!
Mississippi Colorists to Show
at The Cedars in May
The May show is entitled "Mississippi Colorists" and features artists Bob Pennebaker, Sammy Britt, Gerald DeLoach, Richard Kelso, David Taylor, Melanie Atkinson, Susan Russell, Diane Bryan, Robin Whitfield and Julie McCartney.
A portion of all of the proceeds from sales of artists’ work goes to the continuing maintenance and restoration efforts of The Cedars, Jackson’s oldest residential home circa 1840.
The Cedars is located at 4145 Old Canton Road and parking is conveniently available across the street at St. Andrew’s Lower School.
Mississippi Colorists will hang through May 31, 2013. Gallery hours are Tue- Fri, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For more information, call Kay Holloway at 601.366.5552.