Spring is here and AiM is blooming with events! Get Details and Tickets to Great Theater and Concert Performances
Showing Now – AiM Youth Art Show featuring McNairy County art students in the Latta Galleries
Free Event – April 26, 2014 10am- 4pm Rockabilly Park Art Walk and Craft Fair Downtown Selmer, TN. A fun day of art, health and recreational exhibits and a scavenger hunt with prizes! The Youth Art Show will open the day with a reception for the artists and their families at 10:00am.
AiM Book Club is hosting author, Cary Holladay, to discuss her book, Horse People, on Tues. April 29, 2014 at 7:00pm. The public is invited.
Buy NOW! Limited edition CD of The Littlejohn Sessions. To get one of the first 100 with addtional history booklet.
LIVE! At The Latta -Mon. April 21 @ 7:30pm – UTM World Percussion Ensemble! Roots of Rhythm
LIVE! At The Latta – May 3, @ 6:00pm – McNairy County Music Homecoming III Featuring The Jackson Plectral Society and local pickers and fiddlers. You don’t pay if you are willing to jam and play! Admission is $5.00
The AiM Gallery at the Latta Visitor’s and Cultural Center is open from 8:00am -4:30pm daily at 205 West Court Ave. in Downtown Selmer, TN (across from the courthouse)
The AiM Performing Arts Committee (PAC) primarily oversees the organizations community theatre program which provides dozens of adult and child actors, vocalists, dancers and musicians opportunities for public performance.
The AiM Heritage and Culture Committee seeks to preserve and promote the cultural strengths of McNairy County.
The AiM Culinary Committee focuses on events which promote the preservation of local foodways and provides educational opportunities for acquiring skills or knowledge pertaining to cultural aspects of food preparation and sharing.
The AiM Music Committee provides opportunities for community members to participate in organized music programs as musicians, vocalists and audience members.
The AiM Literary Committee promotes appreciation of literature through community events designed to educate by encouraging reading and writing.
The AiM Fine Craft Committee supports the work of local artisans whose work displays a high level of artistic achievement or cultural significance.