Educator Workshops with Teaching with Primary Sources-MTSU
September 18, 2015, 8:30am-3:30pm
Teaching with Primary Sources by Middle Tennessee State University will present, "Teaching the War of 1812," a one day workshop that will will explore key themes and content for understanding the War of 1812. This workshop is open to Collierville Special School District and the surrounding municipal special school district educators. FREE and lunch is provided.
September 25, 2015, 8:30am-3:30pm
This event is held in conjunction with War of 1812 Bicentennial Symposium being held at the Morton Museum on September 26, 2015. Click here for complete details.
Lunch n' Learn, 11am-1pm
Attendees are asked to bring a lunch; drink and dessert provided. Programs are free and all materials are included.
September 10: “The Butterfly & Hummingbird Garden” by Greg Touliatos of Urban Earth. Greg will go over the annual migration of the Monarch Butterfly & Ruby Throated Hummingbird and how to bring them to your garden with foods & favorite plants.
September 24: Come learn about staying active in your community and eating right! The University of Memphis Student Dietetic Association will present “Eating Healthy on a Budget,” learn about Collierville’s QR Fit Trails, and try healthy snacks.
Upcoming Painting Courses with Sue Foell
*Click the title of each course for class details and how to register. Sue is an award-winning artist whose work hangs in many private collections and fine art galleries around the country. See www.suefoell.com for more info.
Join us for Toddler Storytime every Friday at 10:30am
Opening August 26th : Community Art Galleries of Collierville
New exhibits will open in the Community Art Galleries of Collierville on August 26th; on view through November 6, 2015.
Rita St. John-Swanger- Harrell Theatre
Renate Broeker - Town Hall
Margaret Williams - Morton Museum Gallery