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Friends of the Richland Public Library event Thur 08-20-2017 at 6 pm

Mary's Story promo 08 17THUR. AUG. 24, 2017. 6 PM. The Friends of the Richland Public Library will host a book talk featuring a Living Legend and award winning author Mary Haralson Coleman; she will discuss her memoir Mary’s Story & Song which covers the Jim Crow South, the Great Depression, the Civil Right era… 370 Scarbrough St. Richland, MS 39218. 601.932.1846.

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Richland Public Library Black History Talk

The Friends of the Richland Public Library hosted a Black History Program yesterday featuring Author Meredith Coleman McGee. The audience discussed current educational and library services after the author’s lecture.

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Join Meredith Coleman McGee for an author talk this evening

mcm-book-brochureMON. FEB. 6TH. Friends of the Richland Public Library will sponsor a book talk by Author Meredith Coleman McGee for her new children’s book Nashida: Visits the Smith Robertson Museum. The event is free and open to the public. 370 Scarborough St. Richland, Mississippi 39216 – 601.932.1846.

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DIRECTIONS:

I-55 N, follow signs for I-20 E/US-49 S 8.

Use the right 2 lanes to keep right at the fork, continue on I-20 E/US 49 S.

follow signs for Hattiesburg/Meridian 9.

Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 47A to merge onto US 49 S toward Hattiesburg 10.

Turn right onto Scarbrough St