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Poetry, Coffee, Art event planned - Canceled

This event has been canceled organizer Linda Hammond said.

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Skip Hughes to speak at writers organization

Multipublished author Skip Hughes will present “Why Fiction Authors Should Read Poetry” at the March 12 meeting of the Northeast Texas Writers Organization.

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Explore faraway places and ancient cultures during concert

Mount Vernon Music will present “From the Caucasus to the Caspian Sea” concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, February 22, at 402 Leftwich St. in Mount Vernon.

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White to speak at bi-monthly event

Matt WhiteMatt White will present the program “A Natural History of Northeast Texas” for the bi-monthly meeting of the Franklin County Historical Association on Monday evening, March 2, at the Mount Vernon Masonic Lodge.

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Shanna Spence to speak at writers organization

Award-winning author Shanna Spence will speak on “Amazon and Algorithms: What Authors Don’t Know” at the Northeast Texas Writers Organization on February 13.

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African wildlife art

Artist Jan Williams, center, talks with Cindy Kent about the artwork included in her African Wildlife Collection show.Artist Jan Williams, center, talks with Cindy Kent about the artwork included in her African Wildlife Collection show.

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Reception to open African exhibit

A reception will kick off a show of an African Wildlife Collection at the Franklin County Arts Alliance’s Gallery On Main at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, February 13.

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Mardi Gras Crawl downtown Saturday

A Mardi Gras crawl has been planned for Saturday, February 22 by several downtown businesses.

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Music concert

Mark Miller on violin, Ute Miller on viola, Elizabeth White on cello, and Jack Unzicker on double bass perform during Mount Vernon Music’s first concertMark Miller on violin, Ute Miller on viola, Elizabeth White on cello, and Jack Unzicker on double bass perform during Mount Vernon Music’s first concert of the year on Saturday, January 18. The Sacred and Familiar program also featured harpist Barbara Biggers.