Win a Room full of items.
It’s looking like a stormy start to Saturday but the afternoon forecast is (fingers crossed) promising. Head out to Second Saturday in Old Town where this month’s Hot Spot businesses are Bay-Tique at 125 Main and Gallery 220 at 220 Main. And don’t even think about missing the 5th annual Dolly Should festivities hosted by Smith…
Loads of local talent at Last Friday.
And some jazz and brunch on Sunday at the Hall.
Waveland Food Truck Friday will take place on Friday, Dec. 13, from 5 to 8 p.m. on the 200 block of Coleman Avenue. Dine among these fabulous food trucks:NOLA mia Food TruckTwisted Magnolia LlcOld School Eats FoodtruckCreole TomateauxMr. Tamale Beverages will be available from the Waveland Civic Association and music will be sponsored by Silver…
First, shop at the Hancock County Farmers Market. Check out the Facebook page to see vendors who have checked in this morning.
Emmy’s Creations is at the Hancock County Farmers Market this beautiful Saturday morning. See who else is. Longfellow Road in Bay St. Louis. Open until noon. Also today….
Pirate Tee Party!
It was a long night at the Bay St. Louis City Council, with an opening discussion on loud music and then back and forth lawyering during the Planning and Zoning portion of the meeting. (Truthfully, I left after the public forum.) Here are the Council votes on P&Z recommendations: STOLZ – application for Special Subdivision…
Enjoy the food, fun, bounce houses, games, and music today. Second Street will be closed between Court and Main Street. Renew Band, The Bridge and Gospel Grass Revival will perform on the Mockingbird Cafe stage. Hosted by Main Street United Methodist Church.