Join the Mississippi Humanities Council and the University of Southern Mississippi College of Arts & Letters at the Thirsty Hippo on November 7 for "Ideas on Tap: How Do We Build a Better Community?" The program, moderated by Dr. Marcus Coleman, will discuss community and economic devleopment in Hattiesburg. Panelists include Ann Jones, Chief Administrative Officer for the City of Hattiesburg; Alethea Shaw, local attorney and community organizer; Dr. Dick Conville, member of the Hattiesburg Planning Commission; and Larry Albert of Albert & Robinson Architects.
Ideas on Tap is an informal happy hour program that encourages people to come together in a casual atmosphere and talk about important, relevant issues in a humanities context. The MHC will provide appetizers and attendees are welcome to purchase their own drinks. As always, this event is free and open to the public.