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Events

Art Exhibit: “Wolfe: The Family Legacy”

May 26 - Oct. 14, Jackson. Works by Karl and Mildred Wolfe and daughter Elizabeth Wolfe. Admission. Mississippi Museum of Art. Details: 601-960-1515; MSMuseumArt.org.


“Be the Dinosaur: Life in the Cretaceous”

Through Dec. 31, Jackson. Interactive exhibit exploring dinosaur life through state-of-the-art video game technology, traditional exhibits, dinosaur bones and more. Admission. Mississippi Museum of Natural Science. Details: 601-576-6000; mdwfp.com/museum.


Old Towne Farmers Market

Saturdays, June 3 - Sept. 30, Olive Branch. Baked treats, cottage foods, honey, artisans, crafters, special guests, demos, more. City Hall parking lot; 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Details: 662-893-0888; OliveBranchOldTowne.org.


Beginning Horsemanship Lessons

August-September, Gulfport. Twice-weekly 30-minute lessons in Western, dressage and hunter jumper. Bienvenue Acres. Details: 228-357-0431.


“John Lee Hooker: King of the Boogie”

Aug. 22 - fall, Cleveland. Exhibit  celebrating centennial of bluesman John Lee Hooker, featuring rare recordings, photos, guitar, performance outfits, more. Admission. Grammy Museum Mississippi. Details: 662-441-0100; GrammyMuseumMS.org.


“Cars in Art II”

Aug. 22 - Oct. 21, Biloxi. Photographs, paintings and sculpture based on car images or parts. Admission. Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art. Details: 228-374-5547; GeorgeOhr.org.


“Cycles: The Art of Steve Prince”

Aug. 29 - Oct. 28, Biloxi. Linoleum cut prints. Admission. Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art. Details: 228-374-5547; GeorgeOhr.org.


“A Cast of Blues”

Sept. 8 - Oct. 7, Hernando. Interactive exhibit of life-cast masks of blues musicians, sculpted by Sharon McConnell-Dickerson. DeSoto Arts Council. Details: 662-404-3361.


Fall Pilgrimage

Sept. 22 - Oct. 9, Natchez. Tours of 17 antebellum homes, music, more. Admission. Details: 800-647-6742; NatchezPilgrimage.com.


Indian Bayou Arts Festival

Sept. 23, Indianola. Handmade art, live music, children’s art activities, food; 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Across from B.B. King Museum. Details: 662-887-4454.


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