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Most of Jim Anderson’s handmade stoneware pottery is thrown on a potter's wheel. No "ram press" or "slip cast" methods are used. Because each piece is handmade there will be variations in the sizes of the items and the finish of the glaze which attributes to both the beauty and the curse of handmade pottery. He uses the best quality stoneware clay available and mixes his glazes by hand. His pottery is dishwasher safe, nontoxic, oven proof, and can be used in the microwave. Anderson’s Pottery 2701 Scott Rd. Hernando, MS 38632 662-429-7922 Call for appointment jimanderson121@gmail.com www.jimandersonpottery.com
Free outdoor Art Gallery, located in the alley between the Chamber of Commerce and CLM Insurance. This is sponsored by the Olive Branch Arts Council and Olive Branch Old Towne Main Street. Olive Branch Old Towne, Pigeon Roost Road 901-619-0261 or 662-404-2787 Open year round www.obarts.com

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A tour of this factory allows you to view how candles are hand-poured.
1010 Lynn Ln.
Starkville, MS 39759
Phone: 662.323.0929
Admission: Free
Come enjoy the day, at our state of the art Southaven Recreation Center! Our State of the Art Recreational Center features a Miniature Golf course, Indoor Soccer arena, Indoor Batting cages, Indoor batting instructional room, an Arcade & two party rental rooms along with a full on site concession stand. The center is sure to supply fun and enjoyment for the whole family.
3335 Pine Tar Alley
Southaven, MS 38671
Phone: 662.890.7275
www.southaven.org
Sports: Soccer
Soccer Fields 1, Soccer Fields-Lighted 1, Soccer Fields-Dimensions 152 feet by 90 feet
After visiting the observatory at Harvard, Chancellor Barnard designed the plans for this observatory, which would house his collection of physics instruments and a new telescope deliberately built to be four inches larger than the one at Harvard. Due to the Civil War, the telescope was never delivered to Oxford. The east wing became the residence for the professor of physics and astronomy, and the west and middle sections were classroom and laboratories. Barnard Observatory is now home for the Center for the Study of Southern Culture.
Grove Loop and Student Union Drive
Oxford, MS
662-915-7211
www.olemiss.edu/tours/lmsections-barnard.html
We feature many one-of-a-kind artist creations in our gallery that are not available on line. Please visit our showroom. While there, view "The Chosen Vessel," a 45 minute presentation on the potter's wheel, set to music and presented regularly by reservation.
427 Justice Rd.
Fulton, MS 38843
Phone: 662.862.5696
www.beansferrypottery.net
Hours: Mon-Sat 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Admission: Yes
Biggers Hardware opened its doors in 1918 and has been a mainstay in the community ever since. The store's ownership is in the fourth generation of the Biggers family.
602-604 Cruise St.
Corinth, MS 38834
Hours: Mon-Sat 7 a.m.-5 p.m.
Admission: Free
Borroum's Drug Store founded in 1865 by former CSA army surgeon A.J. Borroum. It is the oldest drug store in continuous operation in the state. It houses Native-American artifacts, Civil War relics, and an authentic working soda fountain; The business owned and operated, by the Borroum family since its establishment.
604 Waldron St.
Corinth, MS 38834
Phone: 662.286.3361
Fax: 662.287.3864
www.borroumsdrugstore.com
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sat 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
Admission: Free
Brussel's Bonsai is the largest importer and grower of fine bonsai in the United States with over 170,000 square feet of greenhouse space. Open M-F 8am-4:30pm. Visit our new, state-of-the-art facility.
8125 Center Hill Rd.
Olive Branch, MS 38654
Phone: 901.521.8187
Fax: 662.895.4157
Toll-Free: 800.582.2593
www.brusselsbonsai.com
Admission: Free
The Bryan Reading Park was generously donated from the Bryan Foods Family that originated in West Point. Park offers visitors a chance to sit outside and relax while reading a book, perhaps from the public library across the street. Features of the park area an active fountain that children can run through and enjoy on a hot day, and a vibrant mural painted on the adjacent building's wall.
Downtown area
West Point, MS
Phone: 662.494.5121
Toll-Free: 1.866.494.5127
www.westpointms.org
Admission: Free
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