Good Thursday Morning Tupelo! Y’all, its COLD! ⛄
Today is Thursday, November 15th, 2018. Today is the 319th day of the year and there are 46 days left in the year. Thanksgiving is this coming Thursday, so 7 days away. Lots of us will be traveling, and some parts of the country are likely to have rough conditions so be careful out there. Winter starts in 36 days (Officially, but I’m pretty sure we can say it’s here now) and Christmas is 39 days from today.
Here’s a quote pulled from WTVA – The Weather Authority
We continue to see clouds across the region along with freezing temperatures and north winds. Along with these clouds could come a few lingering flurries for those along the Tennessee state line. But more than likely, all the moisture is out of the region. There has also been some fog over West Tennessee, some of which could drift into our northern counties. So watch for slick spots on bridges and overpasses early this morning in our northern counties. Otherwise, we’ll gradually clear out the clouds and sunshine returns by mid-afternoon. Temperatures will warm from the upper 20s and lower 30s to the upper 30s to lower 40s.
local MOBILE is at Mid-town Point on Industrial Rd Gypsy Roadside Mobile is be at The Cotton Bolt (Magnolia Fabric), on McCullough Blvd
Join the Community Development Foundation for the ribbon cutting and grand opening of Right Track Medical Group a new Mental Health-care Clinic at 4428 S. Eason Blvd. Meet the staff, tour the facilities, and enjoy refreshments provided by Sweet treats by Margaret. 11:00-12:30
At 1:00 Community Development Foundation will have a ribbon cutting at the new location of Endville Bakery, 1487 N. Coley Rd.
At 1:30, City of Tupelo – Mayor’s Office invites you to their Community Outreach Taskforce’s Community Thanksgiving Celebration. Held at the reception hall of the Link Centre (bottom floor on the “back” side of the building) this luncheon and meet&greet will give local community members and organizers a chance to join together and give thanks.
ICC astronomy instructor Bob Swanson invites you to Backyard Astronomy — a free educational astronomy event open to the public and suitable for all ages. Come join the fun at ICC Tupelo’s Health Sciences Building where you’ll be able to see the stars inside the dome of a 17-foot inflatable planetarium. Other activities include a general-interest program featuring Bob Swanson’s science-inspired music, as well as short presentations by current astronomy students. Weather-permitting, attendees will view the Moon, Mars, and the Pleiades star cluster using ICC’s telescopes. Event is come-and-go from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. Free refreshments will be served.
Relias Healthcare welcomes all medical professions to their Jim Spruiell Northern Region Emergency Medicine Collaborative Meeting. Join them at the BancorpSouth Conference Center for a presentation by Scott Weingart, MD on the topic of Cognitive Bias in Clinical Decision Making. Dinner will be provided. 6:00-8:00
Tupelo Community Theatre will present Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf by Edward Albee November 15-17 at 7 p.m. at @TCT Off Broadway, 213 East Franklin. Winner of the 1963 Tony Award for Best Play, the Broadway production of this play was a shattering and memorable experience and proclaimed the author as a major American playwright. The play has been described as a scorching, scalding, revealing and completely engrossing drama and a brilliant piece of writing. The story involves a professor at a small college and his wife who have returned home drunk from a party. The wife announces that she has invited a young couple, an opportunistic new professor at the college and his shatteringly naïve new bride, to stop by and the charade begins when they arrive. The play is R rated for language and discussions some patrons may find offensive. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for students and may be purchased by calling the TCT office at 844-1935.
Join Jo’s Cafe as Queen’s Reward Meadery presents a fun night of Trivia sponsored by our friends at Blue Delta Jean Co. 7:00-9:00
In town this week, set up by The Mall at Barnes Crossing, Cirque Italia-Gold Unit presents their amazing water circus. Packed full of incredible acts, there is no room for boredom. The variety presented is exceptional. For those who enjoy whimsy, we have an Avatar. There is almost no bodily limit for our contortionist, Ricardo, as he bends in ways you never would have imagined. Our incredible wheel of death performance features a front somersault flip, something you will be hard-pressed to see anywhere else. If that doesn’t get your head spinning, perhaps our 5 roller skaters and their incredible tricks and turns will. And although Cirque Italia does not use animals in our performances, this year we will be featuring amazing lifelike elephant puppets. They are so well made, you might just think they are real. Whether it’s a futuristic laser act or mesmerizing aerial performances, the show has something for all tastes and expectations. One thing Cirque Italia sets out to accomplish is to create a type of world-class entertainment suitable for all age groups. For more information visit www.cirqueitalia.com and make sure to check all our social media accounts. Tickets can be purchased now starting at $10.00-$50.00 depending on availability. Cirque Italia offers one free child admission with every full priced paying adult ticket in levels 2 or 3.
Live Music Tonight
Link Centre presents The Monthly Music Mix. Take Jerry Lee Lewis, add some Victor Borge, Beethoven on steroids, garnish with Schroeder from Peanuts, throw it all in a blender, and what comes out is an unmistakable Jason Farnham show. Link Centre Concert Hall $12/advance $15/door $8/students
Karaoke at Woody’s Tupelo 8:30-11:30
I feel like I’ve missed somewhere so if you know of an event going on that I don’t have list, pleas add it in the comments and I’ll try to get it on the list.
Thank you everyone, and have an awesome day!