OXFORD TOWN – The Enid Lake Dam recreation complex is a perfect spot for fishermen and families looking for a fun weekend activity and it’s where Ranger Deborah Freeman teaches visitors about the natural world. Check out Page 16 in this week’s Oxford Town for full details of the perfect “daycation” spot right in our own backyard as seen through the eyes of OT columnist Michelle McAnally. (September 16, 2010, Page 16)
OXFORD TOWN — Want to get out of the house but are overwhelmed by your choices? Fret not. Oxford Town Outdoor Columnist Michelle McAnally breaks down her list of the top ten outdoor activities in and around Oxford beginning on Page 22 of this week’s special Welcome Back Rebel issue of Oxford Town. McAnally will take you on an outdoor tour that stretches from the Ole Miss Campus to Oxford, to Taylor, to area lakes including Sardis, Puskus and Enid. Jump in and cool off! (August 19, 2010, Page 22-25)
An original art show, “Outdoor Imagination,” featuring the work of young artists from Imagination Station of Water Valley, opens at the North Mississippi Fish Hatchery Visitor Education at Enid Lake on Saturday. A reception at 1:30 p.m. kicks off this first day of spring event that showcases works that explores the connection between art and nature.
About 125 pieces created by the youngsters including drawings, paintings, sculpture, collage and paintings are included in the show. The youngsters range in age from 6 to 16.
The North Mississippi Fish Hatchery and Visitor Education Center is part of the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks and is located off I-55 at Enid Exit 233 east. For more information about this and other programs call 662-563-8068 or visit the Web site at http://home.mdwfp.com/NMFH. (March 18, 2010)