MMRLS Job Opening: Library Support

For information on the position and to apply click here.

Application Deadline is September 30, 2019

Dial-A-Story Sept. 18-25


DAR Constitution Week Display at the Library

The Nanih Waiya Chapter of the D.A.R. shows off their display honoring Constitution Week at the Winston County Library. (L-R), Theresa Bridges, Regent; Susan Clark, Treasurer; Emily Ware, Chairwoman Constitution Week. Constitution Week is September 17-23 nationwide. 
 
Constitution Week Display also includes a piece done by local ceramist Susan Clark – “Lady Liberty”.

WMC Health Fair - Oct.8


Check It Out At The Winston County Library!

 SEPTEMBER 2019

The following FICTION books are now available for checkout at the library:
  • G. E. Johnson – Darkness in the Delta
  • Louise Penny – A Better Man
  • V. C. Andrews – Beneath the Attic
  • Janet Dailey – Texas Forever
  • Phillipa Gregory – Tidelands
  • Mary Calvi – Dear George, Dear Mary: A Novel of George Washington’s First Love
  • Fern Michaels – Cut and Run
  • Alex Kava – Desperate Creed
  • Danielle Steel – The Dark Side
  • David Lagercrantz – The Girl Who Lived Twice
  • James Patterson – Killer Instinct
  • Jeffrey Archer – Nothing Ventured
  • Christine Feehan – Dark Illusion
  • J. D. Robb – Vendetta in Death
  • William Kent Krueger – This Tender Land
  • Reshonda Tate Billingsley – More To Life
  • Laura Lippman – Lady in the Lake
  • Mark Greaney – Red Metal
  • Iris Johansen – Smoke Screen
  • Heather Graham – The Seekers
  • Debbie Macomber – Window on the Bay
  • Nora Roberts – Under Currents
  • Ace Atkins – The Shameless
  • Shari Lapena – Someone We Know
  • Ben Coes – The Russian
  • Sandra Brown – Outfoxed
  • James Patterson – The Inn
  • Mary B. Morrison – I Do Love You Still
  • Robert Crais – A Dangerous Man
  • C. J. Box – The Bitterrots
  • Stephen Coonts – The Russia Account
  • J. R. Ward – Blood Truth
  • Mary Blalogh – Someone to Honor
  • Mary Alice Monroe – The Summer Guests
  • James Patterson – The Warning
  • Wanda E. Brunstetter – The Healing Jar
  • Lauraine Snelling – A Song of Joy
  • Margaret Weis – Kingmaker
  • Susan Wiggs – The Oysterville Sewing Circle

The following NON-FICTION BOOKS are now available for checkout at the library:
  • Up Jumped the Devil: the Real Life of Robert Johnson
  • The Bastard Brigade: The True Story of the Renegade Scientists Who Sabotaged the Nazi Atomic Bomb – Sam Kear
  • Hardened to Hickory:The Missing Chapter in Andrew Jackson’s Life-Tony Turnbow
  • The Real Horse Soldiers: Benjamin Grierson’s Epic 1863 Civil War Raid Through Mississippi – Timothy B. Smith
  • Guinness World Records 2020
  • A Beginner’s Guide to the End: Practical Advice for Living Life and Facing Death – B.J. Miller, MD
  • Elvis in Vegas – Richard Zoglin
  • The Method to the Madness: Donald Trump’s Ascent As Told By Those Who Were Hired, Fired, Inspired and Inaugurated – Allen Salkin

September Quilt Display at Library

Another beautiful quilt display at the Winston County Library by Martha Dubard throughout the month of September.



Oktibbeha Audubon Society Meeting- Sept 12

Oktibbeha Audubon Society will meet Thursday September 12 at 7 pm in MSU's Clay Lyle Entomology Building. Rebecca Bracken, a Ph.D. student at MSU, will discuss her experiences as a birder and researcher working with unique bird species. The public is invited.

Taste and Toast the Arts Sept 24

The Red Hills Art Foundation has announced a special "Taste and Toast the Arts" event to be held Tuesday, September 24, from 6:30 until 8:30 p.m. at The Market Cafe in Louisville.

Tickets for the event are on sale now at the Chamber of Commerce office and are $30 each. The Red Hills Art Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization.

Democratic Party Meeting - Sept. 12

The Winston County's Democratic Party will meet Thursday, September 12, 2019,6 pm in court room of Court House.

Contact: Brenda Johnson 662 803 9715

Announcement submitted by Carolyn R. Hampton

Winston Republican Women to Host Candidate's Wives - Sept 16

On Monday September 16th at 6:00PM, the Winston County Republican Women will host the wives of Republican Nominees for the following state offices: State Treasurer- Katie McRae, Governor- Elee Reeves, and Secretary of State- Lauren Watson. The WCRW encourages the community to attend and hear these ladies speak. The General Election will be held on November 5th and will determine who holds these state offices, along with many other local and state positions. This meeting is open to the public and will be held at Lake Tiak O’Khata. Attendees are encouraged to arrive at 5:30, or call ahead, to order from the menu. For more information you may contact Kay Forsman, 601-416-9458.

ECCC’s Burton Library to Host “Stand Up!” : Mississippi Freedom Summer of 1964 Sept. 3-30

East Central Community College’s Burton Library will host “Stand Up!” : Mississippi Freedom Summer of 1964 Sept. 3-30, 2019, on the campus in Decatur. There is no charge for admission and the public is invited to attend during regular library hours, which are 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursdays, 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Fridays, and 4 to 9 p.m. on Sundays.

The exhibit is a part of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History traveling exhibits program and, according to Leslie Hughes, ECCC dean of learning resources, is being hosted in conjunction with the college’s recognition of Constitution Day, which is Sept. 17, 2019.

A reception provided by Chef Barry Karrh and students in the college’s Culinary Arts Technology program will be held Sept. 10 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in the library.

According to a release by the Mississippi Department of Archives and History, in 1964, Freedom Summer made Mississippi the central battleground of the Civil Rights Movement. Hundreds of northern students, most of them white, joined black Mississippians to register voters, conduct Freedom Schools, and promote civil rights. Throughout that summer, project staff endured threats, arrests, beatings, bombings, and murder.

“Stand Up” looks at the events of that memorable and violent summer. It is accompanied by an original film incorporating historic film footage taken during the summer of 1954 as well as Educating for Democracy, a collection of primary source documents related to Freedom Summer. The companion exhibit “Murder in Neshoba” examines the disappearance and murder of three civil rights workers in Neshoba County.


Noxubee Nature Series - Sept 5

The next Friends of Noxubee Refuge General Membership Meeting and Nature Series will be held Thursday September 5 at 6:30 in the Refuge Visitor Center.  Shannon Westlake will present "Pollinator Conservation: Aligning Knowledge with Action".  The public is invited.

Noxubee Refuge Events


UDC Meeting - Sept. 2

Winston Guards #2643, United Daughters of the Confederacy, will meet Monday, September 2, 2019, at 5:30 at Lake Tiak-O’Khata. For more information, call 662-773-9343.