SCOTT AQUARIUM MEMBERS TO TRAWL ON HORN ISLAND
of The University of Southern Mississippi's Scott Aquarium are invited
to boat to Horn Island aboard the Gulf Coast Research Laboratory's
55-foot research vessel, the Tom McIlwain on Saturday, May 8. The
boat trip will feature trawling the Mississippi Sound and sampling
and identifying fish, shrimp and other creatures of the sea. Once
on the island, members may explore the beaches on their own or with
Scott Aquarium educators. Beachcombing, bird watching, snorkeling
and just relaxing are on the agenda. A picnic lunch will be provided.
The Tom McIlwain will depart the dock behind Scott Aquarium at 8
a.m. and return at 5 p.m. All minors must be accompanied by an adult.
Registration is $38 per person. Reservations must be made by May
3. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (228) 374-5550 for further
details or information about the membership program. Scott Aquarium
is part of GCRL, a unit of the Southern Miss College of Science
AQUARIUM MEMBERS TO CELEBRATE SUMMER
WITH FREE SEAFOOD FEST
A free members-only seafood dinner is set for 6 p.m. Saturday, July
10, at The University of Southern Mississippi's Scott Aquarium.
"Put on your party togs and join other members for this event,"
said Jennifer Hale, coordinator of the membership program. "Meet
professionals who will share fun facts and techniques about fish
and seafood." Reservations are required. Contact Hale at email@example.com
or (228) 374-5550 for details or information about the membership
FACULTY BRASS QUINTET IN CONCERT AT TRINITY
-- The Southern Arts Brass Quintet, a faculty ensemble at The
University of Southern Mississippi, will present a concert at 6
p.m. March 29 at Trinity Episcopal Church in Hattiesburg. Formed
in 1968, the ensemble includes Joel Treybig, assistant professor
of trumpet; Ken Ortlepp, assistant professor of horn; Marta Hofacre,
professor of trombone; Richard Perry, assistant professor of tuba;
and graduate teaching assistant Jake Walburn, performing on trumpet.
The concert is free and open to the public. The program includes
a variety of Germanic music for brass quintet, from the Renaissance
age to present day. Works will include dances by Renaissance composer
Michael Praetorius and 20th-century composer Bernhard Heiden, Bach's
"Contrapunctus IX" (illustrating his exceptional skill
at fugal writing), and two lyric pieces by Brahms and Mendelssohn.
Also on the program is "Mozart on Parade," a collection
of motives from Mozart overtures, symphonies, and concerti that
were masterfully collated together by Peter Schikele for the Canadian
Brass. The recital will close with a clever arrangement of Kurt
Weill's famous song "Mack the Knife" from his successful
Threepenny Opera. For more information, call (601) 266-6937.