Open Wednesday & Thursday, 9 - 5 pm, Friday, 9 - 4 pm
Call us at 662.423.3500
Email our director, Lane Meeks at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for making 12 Angry Men a huge success!
Our production of 12 Angry Men ran October 17 and October 19, yielding two sell-out crowds. We are looking forward to offering more courtroom dramas set within our historic walls! Follow us to catch audition calls for our exciting courtroom drama: Witness for the Prosecution!
Second Annual "Vote Yes to the Dress!"
The Old Courthouse Museum in Iuka was once called “The Marriage Capital of the South". On this site more than 44,000 couples were married. Since there was no three day waiting period and since marriage licenses were issued to individuals as young as 14 years old, couples would cross state lines from Tennessee and Alabama to marry in Iuka.
According to legend, ministers and Justices of the Peace would race to the cars outside in order to be the first to marry the betrothed couples and earn the $5 fee.
We would like to remind everyone to bring your wedding dress and wedding photo to the museum starting on Thursday, July 24. This event has been postponed until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic
This year we will also be accepting preserved wedding dresses. Winners will be announced on Heritage Day.
For more information, contact Chairperson Kathy Everitt at 662-423-9962.
Camp Courthouse 2019 was a terrific time for everyone!
Postponed for 2020 until further Notice
We are happy to have had such a great interest in this year's camp courthouse. Due to the larger than expected turn-out, we will be endeavoring to make next year's event even bigger! It is our aim to make our youth programs accessible to everyone, so we will take great efforts next year to see that no one is turned away.
Featuring award winning educator Pat Arrinder and representatives of the Chickasaw Nation, this year's Camp Courthouse was held June 11 from 11 AM to 3 PM.