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Annual July 4th Fireworks Celebration!

Holly Springs is gearing up for the Annual Fireworks Celebration! Wednesday, July 3rd 7:00-10:00 p.m. on our Historic Square! Come and enjoy food/beverages, live entertainment by Fuzzy Jeffries & the Kings of Memphis and headliner Bird Williams & the Lyrics Band! Fabulous firework show sponsored by The City of Holly Springs and CFI (contractfab.com).   Bring your lawn chair and enjoy the evening!

Bank of Holly Springs Is Celebrating 150 Years!

Join the Board of Directors and Staff of the Oldest Bank in Mississippi, Bank of Holly Springs, as they celebrate 150 years of banking and community service. Enjoy food, entertainment, and door prizes as well as a history of their institution and community.

FARMERS MARKET OPENS THIS SATURDAY!

The Holly Springs Farmers Market will open on Saturday, May 18, 2019 on the west side of the courthouse lawn in Holly Springs. Farmers will have a variety of seasonal fresh vegetables for sales. As the season goes on farmers will have fresh tomatoes, melons, berries and cucumbers.

The Holly Springs Farmers Market is a community based organization intended to support local farmers and food artisans and to promote the sale of fresh, home-grown foods and to encourage environmental and nutritional awareness directly to the public. Please come out and support your local Holly Springs Farmers Market.

If you are interested in selling at the market or for more information on the Farmers Market please contact Lemon Phelps at 662-252-3541 or lemon.phelps@msstate.edu or Christy Owens at Holly Springs Main Street Chamber at hsmsc@outlook.com or 662-252-2943

Annual Lessye Lee Davis Parade

Line up begins @ 9:30. Parade route begins @ the Mississippi Industrial Campus. Proceeds South on Memphis Street to Van Dorn Avenue. East on Van Dorn Avenue to Randolph Street. North on Randolph Street to Rust Avenue. Returning to the point of beginning.

Tracks of Art @ The Depot

Free spaces under the awnings for artists. Registration is required (no fee). Spaces are assigned on a first come first serve basis. Paintings, sculpture, metal work, pottery, culinary art, fiber arts, literary works, performance art, storytelling, craft demonstrations and short films are welcome.