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Second Saturday brings local car club to Old Town Bay St Louis

Cool Antique Car next to mural on Main Street Old Town Bay St Louis

Second Saturday on Main Street in Old Town Bay St Louis brought out some really cool cars this time. There was a cruising car club that set up in the Main Street parking lot with the mural. This was a great event and it was surely a hit with kids young and old. If you haven’t been to a Second Saturday in Old Town Bay St. Louis, mark your calender they are on the 2nd Saturday of every month and go on from for 4:00PM til 8ish.

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Coolest Loft Apartment in Bay St. Louis Mississippi

Coolest Loft Apartment in Bay St Louis Mississippi

Ever wonder what the tower looking building is on Main Street in Bay Saint Louis Mississippi?

It is located at 441 Main Street and is a new multi-use space created using some really interesting design aspects. Lots of new style and design energy have been included in the Coolest Loft Apartment in Bay St. Louis. The whole loft and building is also is really an environmentally sound building as well, built to LEED standards.

Having driven past the building on numerous days, I thought I would peek in to see just how the inside and views were. It is a cool modern chic loft apartment perfect for a couple or single person. There is a Modern and European feel all through this Coastal Mississippi property. It will definitely be on of the most interesting addresses in which to live in the whole city of Bay St. Louis.

 

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Bay St. Louis Offers Great Small Town Fall Festival

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Bay St Louis for Fall Festival

The weather couldn't have been nicer and the food could not have been better in Bay St Louis, Mississippi. This town is nestled between Highway 90 and the Gulf Of Mexico. Bay St Louis was devoured by Hurricane Katrina, but has been able to rebuild and keep all of its wonderful charm. Small town festivals and wonderful shops are calling cards of this quaint beach town. Popular among tourist who are searching for a quiet beach community to visit for a long weekend. 

Halloween costumed visitors lined Main Street on Saturday night, October 30th, to collect candy from local vendors on the street. A pirate and surely a space ranger were to be found playing ghoulish tricks instead of even trying to be nice and accepting the usual bribe.