Sunday, December 27, 2009

Sunday Jazz Brunches

Each Sunday morning, Beginning January 3rd, join us in the Main House from 10:30am to 2:30pm for a delicious Sunday Jazz Brunch! In addition to a weekly a la carte menu, a Bloody Mary buffet will be available as well. Seating options will include the main house and our heated courtyard. Reservations suggested - walk-ins welcome! 601.442.5852 or 800.828.4531

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Christmas Dinner at Monmouth!

Begin a new holiday tradition with Christmas Dinner at Monmouth.

Enjoy all of your favorite holiday foods at Monmouth’s Christmas buffet. Call today to make your reservation 601.442.5852 or 800.828.4531

Friday, December 18, 2009

Gift Certificates - the perfect gift!

Remember Monmouth gift certificates make a perfect Christmas gift! They are valid for 1 year from the purchase date and can be used in the Hotel, Giftshop, Restaurant, or Bar.

Call today 601.442.5852 or 800.828.4531.

Merry Christmas!

Wednesday, December 16, 2009


Enjoy a buffet/cocktail party at Monmouth this New Year's Eve. The party will begin at 8:30pm and continue through 12:30am. In addition to an open house bar for the evening and musical entertainment by the Grady Champion Band, there will be a champagne toast at midnight!

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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Stay Connected!

Staying in touch with our guests is very important to us at Monmouth. In an attempt to better accomplish this, we are actively involved in many social network organizations. See you out there!

Become a Fan of Monmouth on Facebook!

Follow Monmouth on Twitter - @monmouthp

Plan to attend the NLCC - Feb. 25-28, 2010


Get ready to laugh! “Humor in the Deep South” is the theme of the 21st annual Natchez Literary and Cinema Celebration, which will take place Feb. 25-28, 2010, in Natchez, Miss.

“This conference couldn’t come at a better time,” said NLCC Founder and Co-chairman Carolyn Vance Smith of Copiah-Lincoln Community College in Natchez.

“Several years ago, when Southern humor was chosen as the 2010 conference theme, we had no idea that we’d need to laugh right now,” she said.

“With the state and national economy as it is, and with so many other serious pressures all around us, we hope the conference will let us slow down, laugh a little and leave refreshed,” she said.

The Olympic Award-winning conference will feature four jam-packed days which include:

· Programs by some of America’s most outstanding authors, historians and film experts, including James C. Cobb, Thad Cochran, Trudier Harris, Mary Donnelly Haskell, Sam Haskell, M. Thomas Inge, Mark LaFrancis, John Mayfield, Scott Dixon McDowell, JoAnne Prichard Morris, Marshall Ramsey, Clifton Taulbert , Charles Vahlkamp, Sarah McLaurin Vahlkamp, Jerry W. Ward Jr., Jane Feltus Welch, Rebecca Wells, Diane Williams, Charles Reagan Wilson, Gerald Wood and others

· Screening and discussion of Robert Harling’s Steel Magnolias and Horton Foote’s The Trip to Bountiful

· Premiere screening of Scott Dixon McDowell’s documentary, Horton Foote: Regional Voice, Universal Vision, about the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and screenplay writer

· Premiere screening of Mark LaFrancis’ documentary, Now! That’s Funny! Jokes, Stories, and Other Musings from the Deep South

· Richard Wright Literary Excellence Awards ceremony honoring the authors Robert S. McElvaine Jr. of Millsaps College and Steve Yarbrough of Emerson College

· Horton Foote Award for Special Achievement in Screenwriting ceremony honoring the screenplay writer and playwright Robert Harling

· Thad Cochran Humanities Achievement Award ceremony honoring Jerry W. Ward Jr.

· The play, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, in cooperation with the Natchez Little Theatre

· Writing workshops for adults and grade school children

· Book signings and other informal times with authors

· Live music

· Festive social events in two of Natchez’s most beautiful mansions, Greenlea and Stanton Hall

Because of major support from the four co-sponsors as well as the Mississippi Humanities Council and other agencies, most of the NLCC is free of charge, Smith said. “There are only three ticketed events,” she said.

Information and tickets are available at; by calling toll-free 866-296-6522;

or by emailing

Sponsors of the NLCC are Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Natchez National Historical Park,

Mississippi Department of Archives and History and Mississippi Public Broadcasting. Co-chairmen are

Smith, representing Co-Lin; Kathleen Jenkins, NNHP; Jim Barnett, MDAH; and Sherry Johnson, MPB.

Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Carnegie Hall come to Monmouth Plantation

Christmas Concert & Luncheon with Kara Klein

Kara Klein, an award winning vocalist has performed at Carnegie Hall with such greats as Aaron Neville and Rachael Lampa as well as touring internationally. Named “Best Female Vocalist of the Year” in 2008. Come join us for a wonderful Christmas concert!

December 12, 2009 - $60 per person
To reserve your place send your check to:
Natchez Council For Arts & Culture
P.O. Box 1091, Natchez, MS 39120-1091
Phone: 601.446.7700