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Double Decker Bus Art Tour will be Saturday

Collierville’s refurbished Double Decker Bus has been used for myriad community activities lately, including the inaugural Senior Adult Back to School Day on Friday. Groups of retirees were bused to schools like Sycamore Elementary to tour S.T.E.M. classrooms, read to students, proctor tests, provide tutoring and more. The adults who participated in the free event were provided breakfast and lunch.

The town of Collierville’s Double Decker Bus will carry passengers from the Morton Museum to Town Hall to the Collierville Burch Library on Nov. 4 for Art on the Move, a tour of the town’s art venues.

The town maintains community art galleries in the Museum, Town Hall and Library year round. The featured artists change from month to month, but the event on Nov. 4 will pull all of that together and add just a little more.

The Morton Museum will have craft activities for families, and they will host some of the gallery artists demonstrating how they do what they do.

Artists Jon Woodhams and Frederick Morris have been featured in the Town’s galleries, and they have planned a reception at the Library that will be available to all of the art tour’s participants. Woodhams and Morris are also making significant donations of their own artwork to the Burch Library, totaling at least $5,000.

The Art on the Move tour will begin at 10 AM and end at 4 pm. This event is a joint effort of the Collierville Burch Library, the Morton Museum and the Collierville Division of Tourism.

Art on the Move is free and open to all ages.

Collierville’s refurbished Double Decker Bus has been used for myriad community activities lately, including the inaugural Senior Adult Back to School Day on Friday. Groups of retirees were bused to schools like Sycamore Elementary to tour S.T.E.M. classrooms, read to students, proctor tests, provide tutoring and more. The adults who participated in the free event were provided breakfast and lunch.

Collierville’s refurbished Double Decker Bus has been used for myriad community activities lately, including the inaugural Senior Adult Back to School Day on Friday. Groups of retirees were bused to schools like Sycamore Elementary to tour S.T.E.M. classrooms, read to students, proctor tests, provide tutoring and more. The adults who participated in the free event were provided breakfast and lunch.

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