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2010-11 Lindsey Wilson Cultural Affairs Series
By Duane Bonifer, Director of Public Relations
News from Lindsey Wilson College
Columbia, KY- Music, art and history are the major themes of the 2010-11 Lindsey Wilson College Cultural Affairs Series.
From September through early May, the series will feature a total of 16 concerts, recitals, talks and other special events. It will also feature a production of Steel Magnolias by the Lindsey Wilson Players under the direction of Robert Brock, artistic director of Kentucky Repertory Theatre at Horse Cave.
This year's Lindsey Wilson cultural affairs calendar also includes two special exhibits by the Kentucky Historical Society in the college's Katie Murrell Library -- "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition: Kentuckians and World War II" and "Corsets, Croquet, and Crusades: Kentucky Women's Lives, 1889-1914."
With the exception of the production of Steel Magnolias, the events are free and open to the public.
"Lindsey Wilson is pleased to once again offer more than a dozen cultural events to the residents of Southcentral Kentucky," said LWC Cultural Affairs Chair Phil Hanna. "Each event offers a unique perspective about life, and we hope people will take advantage of them."
The 2010-11 Lindsey Wilson College
Cultural Affairs schedule:
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