Author John Pendergrass will be signing his book Against the Odds: The Adventures of a Man in His Sixties Competing in Six of the World’s Toughest Triathlons across Six Continents on Saturday, July 13th from 5:30-7:00.
This weekend holds the 29th Annual Crab Fest in Bay St. Louis. Come out for delicious seafood, desserts, handmade crafts, and rides, all on the grounds of Our Lady of the Gulf Catholic Church. Fun for all ages!
Cafe De Port is small coffe shop located in the Frech Settlement building in Bay St. Louis Old Town. The coffee shop is run by Melissa Johnson and offers a full selction of coffee and espresso drinks.
Cafe de Port is located at:
108 South Beach Blvd
Bay St. Louis, MS 39520
Old Town Bookstore in Bay St. Louis
Jeremy Burke can often be found behind the desk of Bay Books at 131 Main Street in Bay St Louis, MS. Jeremy and Kristen run a small but well read bookstore. They have a real understanding of what books match each age group and even what books are popular or controversial. Bay Books offers lots of local book signings throughout the months. Having a store like Bay Books is a real treasure. I know many local frequent the shelves looking for the perfect gift for their loved ones.
Purple Banana Premium Frozen Yogurt…what a treat! This is a great place to add to your ‘frequent shopper’ list this summer. With flavors ranging from Pina Coloda, to Espresso, to Honeydew Sorbet, there is a little bit of something for everyone. The toppings selection is nothing to laugh at, either. If you’re in the mood for something tart and refreshing, try the Classic Tart with fresh strawberries, blueberries, and kiwi. If you’re looking for more of an indulgent treat, there’s always the Triple Chocolate, which pairs quite nicely with cheesecake bites, toffee bits, and peanut butter sauce. Both the Diamondhead (4405 E. Aloha Dr.) and Bay St. Louis (108 S. Beach Blvd.) stores are open 7 days a week from noon to 9:00pm. Stop in and decide what your favorite concoction will be!
Everyone loves a little bit of water fun, and the Bay St. Louis splash pad is a great place to bring kids of all ages to cool down this summer. Admission is free, and the covered picnic area is perfect for parties of all sorts. Located on the corner of Ulman and Dunbar Ave.
The splash pad is closed at 7 PM each night. Smoking is strictly prohibited and enforced. The fire hydrant has a touch activated control that restarts the splash pad to full power. So if you get there and the water is barely squirting, just tap the fire hydrant and watch out because more water is coming.