Y’all come on out to the
Long Beach Farmers Market on Saturday
November 7, 2015
Hours are 9 am-3 pm
At the Corner of First Street and Church Avenue, under the live oaks of First United Methodist Church of Long Beach.
For More Info Call
Diane Claughton, 228.257.2496
Dita McCarthy, 228.234.8732
The 37th annual Peter Anderson Arts & Crafts Festival will be held November 7 and 8 in its usual location of the streets of Ocean Springs, under a canopy of beautiful trees dressed in their finest fall colors and surrounded by over 150 shops and 400 booths. Last year over 150,000 people visited the shops and booths that were showcasing all shades of art, jewelry, clothing, and crafts geared to young and old alike. Food, music, meeting old friends and new, there is plenty for all to see.
Hours of the Festival are 9 am-5 pm each day.
For full schedule and events, follow the above link or call 228.875.4424.
The 15th Annual Gulf Coast Veterans Day Parade will be held on Saturday, November 7, at 11 am in downtown Gulfport. Following the parade, The Red White & Blue in the Park Festival is open from 10am-5pm in Jones Park. There will be musical entertainment, food vendors, arts/crafts and food vendors.
The Pass Christian Po-Boy Festival is held yearly at 100 Hiern Avenue Pass Christian, MS in the beautiful Pass Christian Harbor. It is a great time to bring the family down to the Coast and see what it really has to offer. While you’re at it, enjoy the beautiful white South Mississippi beaches and spectacular shops.
Live Music, Kids Activities, Wonderful Artists and Great Food await all visitors!
For a detailed schedule of events, contact www.passchristianpobodyfestival.com.
Among the activities each year over this two-day festival are a Fishing Rodeo, Live Musical Entertainment, Blessing of the Fleet and Classic Car Cruise-In, many food vendors and artists.
Pass Christian Harbor Festivals, a 501c3 non profit whose mission is to bring people back to the historic Pass Christian Harbor.
Questions?Contact Renee Brooks
228 222 2921
Post Office Box 365
Pass Christian, Mississippi 39571
Every Memorial Day Weekend, St. Clare’s Church in Waveland, Mississippi hosts its Annual FREE Seafood Festival with tons of great music and even more fun. They have a huge carnival for the kids, good local eats and plenty of seats for you and the family! Nestled off the beach on the Mississippi Coast, St. Clare’s enjoys the beautiful gulf breeze, keeping it cool, even in the late spring time. That’s why we make it out to this festival every year, and the kids love it! They can ride and mom and dad can enjoy some famous tunes from local artists.
St. Clare Seafood Festival
236 S Beach Blvd, Waveland, MS 39576
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Every Spring, the blues descends upon Bay St. Louis, a quiet town along the Mississippi coast. Only an hour east of New Orleans and west from Alabama, Bay St. Louis prides itself on being the “Most of the Coast”. Longing to be the best of small town life and old- fashioned fun, it’s full of local bars, cafes, and bookstores, like Jeremy Burke’s Bay Books on Main Street.
Stella’s Blues & BBQ Festival will hosts many loal bands, and, with a Coastwide Mississippi BBQ Menu, you’re sure to come hungry and leave happy.
Presented by Silver Slipper Casino & The Bay St Louis Little Theatre.
The Festival is held at the Historic Depot District in Bay St Louis, MS.
For more information:
Check out www.facebook.com/stellasblues.
Call 228-467-0855 for more information.