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Christmas in July: A Gift Shop Extravaganza

The Lauren Rogers Museum of Art The Lauren Rogers Museum of Art
LAUREL, MS (WDAM) -

This is a news release from the Lauren Rogers Museum.

     The Lauren Rogers Museum of Art invites the public to enjoy Christmas in July: A Gift Shop Extravaganza, July 14-16, 2015 at the LRMA gift shop.

     Along with unique items including hand-crafted jewelry, pottery, glasswork, and Choctaw baskets, selected merchandise will be discounted up to 50 percent. There will also be book signings from 1 – 4 p.m. daily. On Tuesday, July 14, Mary Anne Sumrall will sign “Patchwork Quilt Stories: One Mississippi Family.” On Wednesday, July 15, Cleveland Payne will sign two of his books “Laurel City Hall Centennial: A Survey History 1914 through 2014” and “The Journey of a Mississippi Soldier in the Second World War,” and Tim Fielder will sign his comic book “Matty’s Rocket.” On Thursday, July 16, Robert Rogers will sign his books “The Mississippi Campaign, and The Christian Detective and Jodie Mae.”

     Prior to the signings Wednesday, Fielder will present an artTalk from noon until 1 p.m. which will feature a hands-on computer graphics demonstration for adults and children.

     Christmas in July is free and open to the public. For more information, call 601-649-6374 or visit www.LRMA.org.

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