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The woman behind Lanterns & Legends

This year’s Lanterns and Legends has just been presented, but Mavis Anderson, has already started on next year’s Navasota’s history tour in Oakland Cemetery.

Friday 11/04/2016
Residency offers 'first step into art world'
Posted: November 04, 2016

Since 2014, the Arts Council of the Brazos Valley and the Navasota Artists in Residence Program have provided artists with the opportunity to put their everyday life on the back burner for six months to focus on their art. How they use the time is influenced by where they are in their journey as an artist.

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Monday 10/31/2016
Ghost Stores of Navasota: A daily haunting
Posted: October 31, 2016

Creaking stairs, musty dark corners and unexplained shapes of people from long ago hover in some of the stores in downtown Navasota.

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Thursday 10/27/2016
All board for annual model train open house!
Posted: October 27, 2016

They call it a hobby – grown men playing with trains – but in reality it is an art form that satisfies the soul and provides fellowship for a group of like-minded participants. November is National Model Train Month and once again Chuck and Laurie Lind shout “all aboard” for their annual open house Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 5-6.

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Wednesday 10/26/2016
Fourth Annual Lanterns & Legends highlights ‘Politics as Usual’
Posted: October 26, 2016

Women were not allowed to vote until 1920 but that won’t stop a few of the more Navasota note worthy characters stories from being retold by the women in their lives.

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Friday 12/04/2015
Roach, Mo’s Place win big in Texas CMA awards
Posted: December 04, 2015

Two local Houston music contributors — Jesse Roach and Mo Jedoularzadeh — walked away with prestigious awards Wednesday, Oct. 28, from the Country Music Association of Texas honoring their success in the industry.

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas
Posted: December 04, 2015

They say everything is bigger in Texas, even Christmas.

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Thursday 12/03/2015
Zingers fly as much as the snow in play
Posted: December 03, 2015

A knee-slapping and hand-clapping good time is what the audience is in for during the Navasota Theater Alliance’s “A Good Old Fashioned Redneck Country Christmas,” starting Dec. 3 for a two-week run.

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Friday 11/27/2015
Iola art exhibit by Wilder
Posted: November 27, 2015

­Main Street Market in Iola has new art on exhibit by J. R. Wilder. Jack is the son-in-law of Harley and Winnie Keith, former residents of Iola. Jack is a full time artist and lives in Hendersonville, North Carolina, with his wife Mary Jean.

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