State Institutions of Higher Learning Board Search Committee Meetings, at Universities Center (3825 Ridgewood Road), in the IHL Board Room. The grand opening includes coupon giveaways for a free intuitive painting class. 29, 2 p.m., the committee meets to discuss personnel issues related to the search for the next president of Delta State University. 30, a.m., the committee meets to discuss personnel issues related to the search for the next president of the University of Southern Mississippi. 29 Mississippi Municipal League Mid-winter Conference Jan. 10- a.m., Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, at Ti P Expressive Arts Studio (400 Monroe St., Clinton). a.m.-1 p.m., Advancements in Coronary Artery Disease, at Baptist Health Systems, Madison Campus(401 Baptist Drive, Madison), in the Community Room. James Warnock explains symptoms and treatment options.
and 6 p.m., American Board Teaching Information Session, at YMCA Downtown Jackson (800 E.
Teacher certification specialist Ashley Guy is the facilitator.
Artists and arts organization learn how to obtain a MAC grant.
6 p.m., Mayor's Ward 3 Community Meeting, at Cade Chapel M. Topics include treatment as preventionm pre-exposure prophylaxis, patient protection and the Affordable Care Act. 6 p.m., Mississippi Arts Commission Grant Seminar, at WIN Job Center, Madison County (152 Watford Parkway Drive, Suite B, Canton). "Starting Your Operating Your Own Business" Series Jan.
The WIN Job Center will have a representative available to discuss job opportunities. 6-8 p.m., "Turning the Tide Together" HIV/AIDS Town Hall, at Jackson Medical Mall (350 W. The National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS is the host. 12, - p.m., at Lingofest Language Center (7048 Old Canton Road, Suite 1003-A, Ridgeland).
Share suggestions, address concerns and receive information on services the city provides.
30 Noon-1 p.m., Lunch and Learn Series, at Mississippi Center for Nonprofits (201 W. The topic is "Understanding the Affordable Care Act as an Employer." Lunch included; registration required. Noon, History Is Lunch, at Old Capitol Museum (100 S. Artist Bebe Wolfe talks about her art, and the art and lives of her parents Karl and Mildred Wolfe.
p.m., Women for Progress Monthly Meeting, at COFO Civil Rights Education Complex (1013 John R. Parents of children ages 12 and under with special needs enjoy dinner, listen to speakers and receive information on services.
COFO director Daphne Chamberlain gives a tour of the facility. William Winter, and Success Story winners from around the state. 7-9 p.m., Special Needs Symposium, at Covenant Presbyterian Church (4000 Ridgewood Road).