Perry Fine Art Series:


The Perry Fine Arts Series will be presenting Bus Boys on March 11 at 2 p.m. in the Perry Performing Arts Center, 1200 18th Street, Perry. Perry Fine Arts concerts are free, donations accepted, and open to all. The Perry Performing Arts Center is handicapped accessible.


Children’s Spring Break Programs:


Are you planning a staycation during spring break this year? Don’t let boredom set in at home - join the Perry Public Library for children’s Spring Break programs. The theme is Chuggin’ to the Library, and they are on track for a rail of a good time. On Monday, March 12 from 10:30-11:30 a.m., K-5th grade children can get on board the Train Party, stationed in the Library large meeting room. We will lay some track, engineer and run Lego trains, and have a snack.


Stargazing– Winter Constellations


Kuehn Conservation Area, Monday, March 12 and Tuesday, March 13 from 7:30-9 p.m.


DCCB invites you to walk out under the star filled night skies, cast your arms up over your head– and proclaim Tu Omp I Av Tu Weap. Your pronouncement is one presented by native peoples as they greeted the beauty of the starry night skies each night. What do these native words mean? What message might they have for us in 2018 ?– join us to learn.


Our night skies are filled with stories written in the stars. Each constellation holds a story and a connection for you to our place. Join us for this stargazing party and we will teach you how to build and read a star chart, measure distances in the sky and how to find and identify the major constellations in the winter sky. The real party will begin next as we venture outside to read a few star stories and come to better know our wild place. We invite you to join us in this stellar library, with books written not in letters and sentences– but in star light. Join us in the night time wilds of Dallas County as we share a few winter constellation stories. This program is dependent on clear skies. If cloudy, we will reschedule. Registration required for this program