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Murray Shakespeare Festival presents The Rough, Rude and Boisterous Tour

Murray State University invites students, faculty and staff, and members from area communities to see the American Shakespeare Center on Tour from Staunton, Va., portray classic Shakespeare through the talents of the Rough, Rud...
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LBL hosts Veterans Day honors

Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area will join with other public lands facilities for a special recognition of our nation's veterans.
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Historic Kentucky Resort Park to host MLK event

Marshall County, Kentucky and  Friends of Cherokee Historic Park sponsor its first Martin Luther King Jr. event with noted civil rights leader. Friends of Cherokee Historic Resort Park of Aurora, Kentucky, will sponsor a Marti...
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“Flood Recovery Expo” scheduled for residents, businesses

The Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce, City of Clarksville and Montgomery County are holding a Flood Recovery Expo this week for all local residents and businesses affected by the floods. The expo will be held Wednesday, May...
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Customs House exhibits honor Black History Month

The Clarksville Customs House Museum and Cultural Center has installed three new exhibits in celebration of Black History Month. The exhibits mark both artistic mastery and historical heritage in celebrating  contributions mad...
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Organizations invited to apply for ABC Grants to fund art activities

ABC Grants offer financial support for arts projects in all disciplines such as dance, music, opera/musical theater, theater, visual arts, design arts, crafts, photography, media arts, literature, interdisciplinary, and folk arts.
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World peace leader to speak at Murray State University

The latest speaker in Murray State University’s Presidential Lecture Series is Archbishop Desmond Tutu, world-renowned human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize recipient. Beginning with his opposition to apartheid in South...
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