Open Mon-Sat 11 AM – 3 PM
Join us Saturday, Feb. 17, 11-12 as author Jackie Strickland signs her newest memoir,
“A bit of murder makes a story more interesting, but it’s slightly distracting for those left behind. It taught me how to be dead, but not how to die. I stumbled through the next thirty years like a drunken zombie.”
With these opening words from her first memoir, Red High Heels On My Mama’s Grave, Jackie Strickland eloquently and honestly recounts her life story beginning with the tragic circumstance that afflicted her in 1952 at the tender age of eight and would set her on a tumultuous path through youth and five marriages (recounted in her second memoir, Once Upon Too Many Times). Her journey through fear, abandonment, a mental disorder, and betrayal reads much like a true crime page-turner. In her latest book, Hay-wired!…Until His Light Defeated My Darkness, Jackie’s story continues through a series of essays of backward glances viewed through the prism of time and wisdom. With her remarkable splashes of humor, she finds her happy ending through reflection, introspection and spiritual surrender.
Light refreshments will be provided.
A VINTAGE FASHION DOLL COLLECTION
NEW CLASSES SOON!
LAST CALL – $5/bag BOOK SALE!
We still have a great selection of unique and instructive art books. Fill a bag for only $5! (Cash or Check only)
Visit The Painted Palette Gift Shop at the Old Jail Art Center for unique and artsy gifts.
Monday – Saturday, 11 – 3
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Contact: (912) 437-7711
Admission is always free!
Hours of Operation Monday through Saturday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Pottery On Demand
Did you know that MAA has a pottery room with a pottery wheel and a brand new programmable kiln? If you are an interested member, contact MAA about a pottery studio session. $10/day.
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The mission of the McIntosh Art Association is to promote visual arts and other artistic disciplines in the greater McIntosh area. Additionally, MAA seeks broad-based partnerships with other like-minded organizations and individuals within the local community to encourage support for cultural, historical, and creative endeavors.
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