Martins at Midtown/also on Facebook and had a delicious chicken salad sandwich with hot taco soup, cookie and sweet tea.
The diverse musical styles are a special treat for the community and it is also my old Alma Mater where I went to school for 12 years in one whole city block. It is always fun to go back and be flooded with memories of my past.
This used to be a basketball court and was filled in with dirt and trees planted.
Entertainment was provided by Maria Signa and Jim Robinson at the piano. Introducing them is the Director, Annette Kirklin of the Southern Culture Heritage Foundation formerly St. Francis Xavier Academy.
Bottom courtyard where we played and had our maypole dances.
Looking up at the top courtyard where a wooden walkway has been added.
Sun trying to peak through. Predicting the temps to fall down in the 40's tonight and windy.
Writings on the walls in the tunnels.
I remembered climbing these steps off the courtyard many times. If you turned left you would either go to the backstage of the auditorium or up the stairs to high school and to the right to the grammar grades.
Hwy 61 Coffee House painted sign in the tunnel. The coffee shop is located downtown Vicksburg. A great place to check out if you're ever in the area.