\January 12
Arts Under the Dome presents
Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley

Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley's '60s and
'70s country, bluegrass, and western
swing won them a Grammy nomination
in 2016. Tickets are $15 for adults and
$10 for students. Concert starts at 7 p.m.

First United Methodist Church, Gulfport
228.229.6851
www.artsunderthedome.org

January
12
Annual Dolly Should and Second
Saturday Artwalk

We know y'all know Dolly Should! Come
celebrate her birthday in Old Town Bay
St. Louis. Celebration and Second
Saturday Artwalk are free to attend and
take place from 4-9 p.m.

Old Town Bay St. Louis
www.baystlouisoldtown.com

January
12 & 13
Batik Art Workshop
Explore all the beauty that springtime
has to offer. All skill levels are invited to
attend and create reserve-inspired Batik
art. Workshop admission is $60 and
dorm stay is available for an additional
$15.

Grand Bay National Estuarine
Research Reserve, Moss Point

www.grandbaynerr.org

January
13
Sensory Sundays at Lynn
Meadows Discovery Center

Sensory Sundays is an exclusive event
for children with Autism Spectrum
Disorders and sensory processing
differences to have a fun, enjoyable and
interactive learning experience in a
comfortable and accepting
environment. Takes place from 10 a.m.-
12 p.m. and is free to attend.

Lynn Meadows Discovery Center
www.lmdc.org

January
15
Tappas & Toddies
Join the Mary C. for a quick night out
where you'll learn how to mix some
cocktails and taste some fabulous small
bites. Takes place from 6-8 p.m. Cost is
$30 for members, $35 for non-members.

Mary C. O'Keefe Cultural Center
228.818.2878
www.themaryc.org

January
17
Let's Lunch with
Kimmie Hargrove

Culinary Arts Coordinator Kimme
Hargrove will cook up a quick lunch,
talk through tips and kitchen secrets
and share her recipes to take home.
Enjoy a fabulous meal with friends!
Takes place at 11:30 a.m. and costs $16
for members, $20 for non-members.

Mary C. O'Keefe Cultural Center
www.themaryc.org

January 18
Engelbert Humperdinck —
The Man I Want to Be Tour

Romance serves as the core of Engelbert
Humperdinck's music and lasting
success. He knows how to pick songs
with eternal themes of love and longing,
and lovers always want to hear them
sung. Concert begins at 8 p.m. with
tickets from $24.95.

Beau Rivage Resort & Casino
888.566.7469
www.beaurivage.com

Looking for something to do? South Mississippi Living doesn’t want you to be bored. Here are some local events for both families and grown-ups alike. Feel free to look over the listings below or, if you need to download a printable version to take with you, simply click on the Calendar graphic to the right.

This is not a complete list of activities or events.
Check other local listings for a more complete list.

To submit your own idea to be included in both the magazine and on this page, click here for the submission form.

January 1-4
Southern States Indie Film Fest

Southern States Indie FanFilmFest is
dedicated to real Indie filmmakers, not
the big studio spinoffs calling
themselves such. Admission is $25 per
person for a three-day pass or $10 per
day.

Palace Casino Resort
southernstatesindiefanfilmfest.com

January 2-6

Ice Skating

Public ice-skating in the arena.
Admission is $12 and includes skate
rental. Tickets can be purchased in
person at the Coliseum box office 30
minutes prior to each session. Skating
takes place daily at 3:30, 6 and 8:30
p.m. Sunday hours at 2, 4:30 and 7 p.m.

MS Coast Coliseum
228.594.3700
www.mscoastcoliseum.com

January 4
First Fridays at Lazy Magnolia
Enjoy great local beer, food and music.
Lazy Magnolia's brewery tour and craft
beer experience is even more fun on the
First Friday of each month. Takes place
monthly at 5 p.m. Cost is $15.

Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company
228.467.2727
www.lazymagnolia.com

January 5
Annual Biloxi Twelfth Night
The Gulf Coast will officially change
from the holiday season to Carnival
season with the celebration of Twelfth
Night beginning at the Biloxi Visitors
Center and parading to the Mardi Gras
Museum at 5 p.m.

Biloxi Visitors Center
228.435.6280

January 10-31
Guardians of the Flame: The
Mardi Gras Indians

The tradition of Masking Indians has
been a part of African American
communities in New Orleans since the
1800s. Honoring the Indians who
helped slaves escape and celebrating
their own roots later merged with
carnival tradition.

Mary C. O'Keefe Cultural Center
www.themaryc.org

January 11
PCA Rodeo Finals
Offering an alluring stage along
Mississippiís Gulf Coast, cowboys and
cowgirls display their talents to earn
their share of the more than $140,000
purse. Event takes place Friday and
Saturday beginning at 7:30 p.m. and
Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. Tickets start at
$18.

MS Coast Coliseum
228.594.3700
www.mscoastcoliseum.com

January 11 & 25
Dinner Jazz — Diamondhead
Country Club

Dave Jones, Jazz Sax: Dave's wide
variety of background jazz creates the
right mood for your dinner
conversation. Takes place from 6 to 8
p.m.

Diamondhead County Club
228.255.2918
www.davesjazz.com

January 12
Second Saturday Kite Flying

Join Kewl Kites at a Fun Fly. Bring your
own kite, borrow one from Kewl Kites or
just come out to watch all of the
amazing kites as they fill the sky. Free
kite flying lessons. Learn to fly a single
line, a dual line or a 4-line sport kite!
Event is free to attend and takes place
from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Highway 90 and Jeff Davis Ave.,
Long Beach

228.206.0322

January 19
A Night in Old Havana

The Gulf Coast Symphony Guild's
fundraiser will be held at the Gulfport
Yacht Club Ballroom at 6 p.m., followed
by dinner at 7 and entertainment at 8.
All proceeds support the Gulf Coast
Symphony Orchestra. Tickets are $75.

Gulfport Yacht Club
205.516.0887
lyn3410@aol.com

January 25
USM Southern Chorale

The Southern Chorale, renowned as the
premiere touring vocal ensemble of the
University of Southern Mississippi, will
perform jazz and pop selections by the
groupís popular small ensembles.
Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for
students. Concert begins at 7 p.m.

First United Methodist Church, Gulfport
228.229.6851
www.artsunderthedome.org.

January 25
Peter Cetera — Beau Rivage
Symphony Series

Grammy Award-winning
singer/songwriter Peter Cetera has had
two distinct musical careers. From 1968
through 1986, Peter was the singer,
songwriter, and bass player for the
legendary rock group "Chicago."
Concert begins at 8 p.m. with tickets
from $44.95.

Beau Rivage Resort & Casino
www.beaurivage.com

January 25
Home School Program

Join the Pascagoula River Audubon
Center for its monthly Home School
Program where students will explore
natural history through science, math,
literacy, art, and more. Recurs monthly
on the fourth Friday from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. Admission is $10

per child.
Pascagoula River Audubon Center
228.475.0825
www.pascagoulariver.audubon.org

January 25-27
Gulf Coast Orchid Show
and Plant Sale

Beautiful exhibits constructed by
commercial dealers and Orchid
Societies from Mississippi and across
the country. Many plants available for
purchase. Hosted by the Gulf Coast
Orchid Society. Show is free to attend.

Gautier Convention Center
www.gcorchids.com

January 25-31
The Diary of Anne Frank
Winner of the 1956 Pulitzer Prize, Tony
Award, Critics' Circle Award, and
virtually every other coveted prize of the
theatre. Very few plays have moved the
Broadway critics to write such glowing
notices, receiving the unanimous
acclaim of top New York reviewers.
Tickets are $16 for adults with discounts
for seniors, military and children.

Gulfport Little Theatre
www.gulfportlittletheatre.net

January 26
TLC
One of the greatest legacies in music
history can be summed up by just three
lettersóTLC. Those characters merely
hint at the talent of Tionne ìT-Bozî
Watkins, Rozonda ìChilliî Thomas, and
the late Lisa ìLeft Eyeî Lopes. Concert
begins at 8 p.m. with tickets from
$29.99.

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
228.374.7625
www.hrhcbiloxi.com