Datebook: March 2 – Semaphore machine unveiled 220 years ago
It’s Tuesday, March 2.
The Murray DAR hosts a Genealogical Workshop at Murray State’s Pogue Library on 15th Street Saturday. The community is welcome for the 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. session with research experts explaining how to use the physical and virtual genealogical resources of Pogue. There’s a $5 fee with student admission free.
There’s a gardening talk Saturday from 9 to noon at the Emerging Technology Center of West Kentucky Community and Technical College in Paducah. Gardener Norman Wallace leads the Workforce Solutions Class covering basic gardening principles including sun exposure, soil types, how to respond to pests, insects, and weeds.
Murray State’s Athena Festival contributes its celebration of women composers tomorrow night with a Concert Choir and Chamber Singers Concert directed by Bradley Almquist. Hear the premiere of Song of Songs by Karen Thomas, director of Seattle Pro Musica, at the 7:30 p.m. free concert in Lovett Auditorium.
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