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You’re Never Alone on a Walk Through the Gardens

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ourmshome.com – Nancy Jo Maples – 2024-03-31 09:00:19

SUMMARY: Experiencing the outdoors, particularly during sunrise services on Easter at Palestinian Gardens near Lucedale, can offer a profound spiritual connection. Since its first service in April 1960, initiated by Rev. Harvell , the site has been a cherished spot for many in George and Greene County, Mississippi. Incorporating annual traditions like watching the sunrise amongst blooming flowers while trumpets play, the gardens have hosted countless services, weddings, and bible studies. Although sunrise services stopped about five years ago, tourists can still visit this miniature Holy , now owned by Don and Cindy Bradley. The Bradleys maintain the site as an accurate scale model of biblical Palestine, featuring replicated and native plants. Visitors can explore on a walking tour that equates one yard to one mile, experiencing the stories of the Bible in a unique setting. For more information, visit www.palestinegardens.org.

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A Morning With the Garden Guru in Lucedale Set for May 4

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ourmshome.com – Nancy Jo Maples – 2024-04-16 15:19:22

SUMMARY: The Garden Guru, Felder Rushing, will be hosting an titled “A Morning with the Garden Guru” on May 4, in Lucedale from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Warehouse venue. Rushing, known for his appearances on National Public Radio, HGTV, and his numerous gardening books and columns, will share his expertise at the Lucedale Ivy League Garden Club's biennial fundraiser. Tickets are $20, available at Century Insurance or online at eventbrite.com. An eminent figure in horticulture, Rushing has contributed to 33 gardening books and is recognized for his significant impact on Southern gardening, blending his love for hands-on gardening with a wealth of academic and practical experience.

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FestivalSouth® Returns, Featuring Southern Miss Performers

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ourmshome.com of Southern Mississippi – 2024-04-16 13:44:04

SUMMARY: FestivalSouth®, returning to Hattiesburg from May 28 to June 22, 2024, offers over 50 spanning art, music, theatre, and dance, featuring talents from the University of Southern Mississippi (USM) and beyond. Events are primarily on weekends, with -friendly activities earlier in the . The showcases renowned productions like “Jersey ” and collaborations with Ballet Mississippi and Ballet in “Crowning Glory – A Night at the Ballet.” Other highlights include “The Mahler Experience,” and performances by indie-pop band MisterWives. The festival also emphasizes community participation and education through Artie Events for Families and art exhibits curated by Andrea Kostyal. FestivalSouth underscores Hattiesburg's cultural vibrancy and economic growth, supported by numerous local sponsors and aimed at broadening art appreciation. For details, visit FestivalSouth.org.

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Ray Ray’s: Mississippi’s Hometown Restaurant

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ourmshome.com – Joy Lucius – 2024-04-15 16:47:03

SUMMARY: Growing up in Mississippi, dining at local establishments was the norm for the author's , with trips to larger towns providing rare chances to eat at national chains, which as a child, the author found fascinating. However, with age, the author developed a preference for locally owned restaurants, emphasizing the importance of supporting them through a family rule to only eat at non-chain establishments while traveling. This practice led to unique culinary experiences and instilled a similar appreciation in the author's . Highlighting Ray Ray's, a favorite local restaurant in Blue Springs, the author praises its diverse menu, fresh food, and friendly staff who make dining there feel like a community gathering. The piece reflects on the value of local dining experiences in creating memories and fostering community connections.

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