Service Dawgs Day 2020 Site Starkville Area Arts Council- The Starkville Area Arts Council was formed in 1996 after a group of art-loving citizens got together and held a small arts festival near downtown Starkville. That small festival evolved into the Cotton District Arts Festival - one of the largest public art festivals in the South. Volunteers will be putting together bags for their October event "Art in the Park"****TRANSPORTATION NOT PROVIDED****
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To safeguard the health of all members of MSU and the surrounding volunteer community during this global pandemic, the Office of Student Leadership and Community Engagement highly recommends following all CDC guidelines, MSU recommendations, and Guidelines for Student Life Activities to engage safely in our events. To mutually protect the MSU community, community partners, and their clientele and provide a safe environment, everyone at this event is required and agrees to practice the following: self-screening, on-site temperature checks, wearing face coverings, frequent sanitization, and social distancing of at least six feet. Also, the university has published requirements for the use of face coverings while on campus. If you cannot wear a face-covering due to a medical condition, request accommodations through the Office of Disability Support Services. We ask that individuals who willingly choose to disregard these recommendations forego registering for the event.
Guidelines for Student Life Activities https://msstate.campuslabs.com/engage/organization/student-activities/documents/view/1772560
MSU Safe Return Booklet - https://www.msstate.edu/sites/www.msstate.edu/files/SafeReturnBooklet.pdf
Office of Disability Support Services - https://www.sss.msstate.edu/disabilities/