Category Archives: Blog about the Delta
April 16 Opening of the WWII Japanese American Internment Museum in McGehee It will house the exhibit Against Their Will. 1 pm dedication, 1:45 reception, 3:00 guests head to Rohwer, 3:30 remarks at Memorial Cemetery & butterfly release. Actor and … Continue reading
April 4 6-7:30pm reception for the opening of “MY WORLD IN WATERCOLOR” by Jim Oberst from Hot Springs, Guachoya Cultural Art Center.
March 28 Paul Michael Company will host the annual spring Ladies’ Night at all store locations, from 5-9pm. Receive 25% off one regular priced item plus enjoy food, drinks, entertainment and hourly drawings!
March 25-27 Alcorn State University Small Farmers Conference at Harlow???s Conference Center and Resort. This conference is held annually and is designed to make farmers aware of new and innovative farming strategies, common issues affecting small farmers, as well as … Continue reading
Spring Break 2013 is on now!?? Mississippi is in full swing and Arkansas is??gearing up. Greeting the young families, some heading out on their first adventures together puts a lightness in my step. Folks are beginning to jig up crappies … Continue reading
TURN ON INN HOTEL Indulge in the Delta Here at Turn on Inn Hotel we offer several histoic cabins and farmhouses for you to stay in twenty first century comfort while letting folks believe you are roughing it. Our collection … Continue reading
Many guests tell us that our cabins are really clean, inviting and well appointed. This does not happen by magic. Amber thought it might be interesting to share a bit about our housekeeping practices.??S here??goes?? a?? run down of … Continue reading
The New Year is off to a fun and busy start in the Delta. Here at Pecan Grove RV Park??we are gussying up our cabins for new arrivals while greeting old friends.?? I am amazed at how well these historic … Continue reading
Thank you for the nice visit we had at your park last night.?? We really appreciated your help with cooking our lasagna and the gift bags were a pleasant surprise for our group last night. The mule barn worked out … Continue reading