September 6-13, 2015
August 24 - September 25 Columbus-Lowndes Public Library 314 7th Street North
The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library and Billups Garth Archives Collection of Tennessee Williams Memorabilia exhibit is on display to the public during business hours at 314 7th Street North.
For information, call 662-329-5300. (FREE)
September 6-13 Tennessee Williams Home 300 Main Street
The restored Tennessee Williams Home/Welcome Center is a National Literary Landmark at 300 Main Street and the early childhood home of the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and playwright.
It is open for tours Monday-Sunday 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (FREE) and during the Tennessee Williams Tribute & Tour of Victorian Homes.
For more information, call 662-328-0222.
Three women helped the career of Mr. Williams. Find out more about who these women were. Then,visit the many local boutiques in downtown Columbus. Spend an Afternoon with the Arts!
An afternoon panel discussion. An evening of dinner and theater!
A breakfast with the scholars. A tour on a big, red bus. Gourmet Lunch in an antebellum home. A little shopping. A little STELLAAAAAAA!
Start the morning with a run. Catch a movie. Chat with the scholars. All before the curtain goes up.
A sermon on "Suddenly Last Summer". You don't want to miss that! And a tour of the beautiful Victorian homes of Columbus.
1100 College Street Columbus, MS 39701phone: 662.329.4750 or 877.462.8439