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The Address: Film Screening and Video Booth FREE!

Saturday, September 20, 10:30 AM
Hutchison School
1740 Ridgeway Road

Join WKNO at Hutchison School for a free public event featuring Ken Burns’s The Address: Film Screening and Video Booth.

150 years ago, Abraham Lincoln recited the Gettysburg Address on the famous Civil War battlefield. Ken Burns’s documentary filters history through the eyes of students at a boys’ school, who memorize the speech as a teaching tool. Ken Burns and PBS are challenging everyone across the country, especially students, to create a video of themselves reading or reciting the Gettysburg Address. After seeing the film in our video booth, join Hutchison’s film class and share your Gettysburg Address to be uploaded at

Follow this link to learn more about this event.

Literacy Mid-South Book Festival 2014

Thursday, September 25-Sunday, September 28

Featuring authors from around the country, creative writing seminars, speaking panels, kids activities, and more. WordGirl and Super WHY will be there to meet kids. While some events are ticketed, the festival is free and open to the public and will be held at several locations. Check out the app or visit for a complete schedule.

WKNO-TV and WKNO-FM are proud media sponsors.

Gallery Ten Ninety One

All Over the Place: The Photography of Willy Bearden

A collection of 50+ pieces — mostly photography, but a couple of surprises — featuring works from Horn Island, the Mississippi Delta, Memphis, Arizona, and points beyond.

September 3 - 26
Reception: Thursday, September 18, 6-8 PM

WKNO Digital Media Center
7151 Cherry Farms Road in Cordova
Open Monday - Friday, 9am-4pm

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Gallery 1091 is sponsored by Century Wealth Management

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