November 9
Gulf Coast Veterans Day Parade
The 19th Annual Gulf Coast Veterans
Parade will take place in downtown
DíIberville beginning at 11 a.m. with a
ceremony near City Hall on Automall
Parkway. The event will culminate with
a "Red, White and Blue" festival
immediately following the parade at
D'Iberville's Town Green.

Downtown D'iberville
www.msveteransparade.com

November 9
4th Annual Joseph's Home Golf
Tournament

Join Joseph's Home for fun, food and
prizes with a four man scramble
tournament, all for a great cause with
Joseph's Home receiving all proceeds.
Joseph's Home is a local non-profit
Christian sober living home for men
who are honestly seeking change in
their lives. Registration begins at
6:30 a.m., start at 7:30.

Grand Bear Golf Course
www.thejosephhome.org

November 9-10
Celtic Music Festival and Scottish
Highland Games

This year's festival will take place
Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Featured
activities include jousting, Irish
dancing, Highland cows, bagpipe bands,
artisans, authentic food and more.
General admission is $10.

Harrison County Fairgrounds
228.380.1642

November 14
27th Annual Biloxi Made Good
The Biloxi Bay Chamber invites you to
the 27th Annual Biloxi Made Good
honoring Dr. Thomas J. Skrmetti, Jr.
The event begins with a welcome
address at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner
and a program at 6:30. Attire is coastal
casual and tickets are $40 per person.

Slavonian Lodge, Biloxi
www.biloxibaychamber.org

November 15
Five Senses of Ohr: A Party for
Your Senses

Come experience all of the senses —
sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch —
through the lens of local artists and
artisans. Guests are encouraged to dress
in the style of their favorite artist,
artwork, etc. from the Pop art
movement. Event takes place from 6 to
9 p.m. with tickets at $75.

IP Casino Resort Spa
www.georgeohr.org

November 15-16
Pass Christian Yacht Club Holiday
Boutique

The Holiday Boutique will feature gift
items such as pottery, jewelry, children's
toys, hand crafted items, hand painted
scarves, nautical items, photography,
glass art and flowers. Boutique takes
place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with
$5 admission.

Pass Christian Yacht Club
928.581.2512

November 15-17
WINGS presents Sleeping with
the Fishes

A reopening of an Aquarium gone awry!
Come see the thrilling and original
Murder Mystery written by WINGS
Alumni, Cayson Miles. General
admission is $10. Shows are Friday at
7 p.m., Saturday at 2 and 7 p.m. and
Sunday at 2 p.m.

Lynn Meadows Discovery Center

www.lmdc.org

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 left.


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.

November 1

Art and the Afterlife

Art and the Afterlife is a celebration of
Dia de los Muertos in support of the
Mary C., The Walter Anderson Museum
of Art, and The Ohr O'Keefe Museum of
Art. Admission is $15 with $10 food
plates available. Craft and domestic beer
and marigold sangria will also be
available for purchase.

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

November 2

SKYBOi Launch Party and
Fundraiser

SKYBOi apparel and War Corp apparel
are launching their products and raising
funds for veterans. Event will begin at
4 p.m. and include a ceremony, food
and drinks, hand rolled cigars, tattoo
artist, and Louisiana Jambalaya made
on site. Loads of door prizes!

111 N Main St., Bay St. Louis
228.239.7152
www.crusadersforveterans.com

November 2-3
Peter Anderson Arts & Crafts
Festival

Presented by Blue Moon, this festival is
named in honor of the late master
potter, Peter Anderson, celebrating the
arts with more than 400 booths of
artists and crafters from throughout the
United States and beyond. Spectators
can enjoy a festive weekend of art, live
music, coastal fare and more.

Downtown Ocean Springs
www.peterandersonfestival.com

November 7
Blossman Humanitarian Award
Reception

The recipient of the 2019 John R.
Blossman Humanitarian Award is Becky
Huston Montgomery Jenner. She will behonored at the Beau Rivage Resort &
Casino on November 7 with a reception
and silent auction beginning at 5:30
p.m. and a dinner and program to follow
at 6:30.

Mississippi Gulf Coast YMCA
www.mgcymca.org

November 7
Building a Customer Driven
Culture

Mississippi Gulf Coast Chamber of
Commerce presents the next installment
of its Professional Development Series,
featuring Paul Hasney, change leader at
Imagine Consulting. Doors open at
7:30 a.m. with the program beginning at
8. Member admission is $25, $35
general admission.

Knight Nonprofit Center, Gulfport

www.mscoastchamber.com

November 8
Armed Forces Retirement Center
Veterans Day Open House

Veterans Day Open House at AFRH-G
featuring military and law enforcement
displays and demonstrations, helicopter
landings and more. Beautiful works of
art created by residents will be available
for sale. Open house begins at 9 a.m.

Armed Forces Retirement Home,
Gulfport

228.897.4429

November 8-10
Ron Meyers Christmas City Gift
Show

One of the largest gift shows in the
Southern Region with over 300 booths
featuring handmade crafts, unique and
one-of-a-kind items, food, and gifts for
everyone.

Mississippi Coast Coliseum &
Convention Center

www.christmascitygiftshow.com

November 16
Bark for Life
Animal lovers know that there's nothing
like the companionship of a pet, which
is why canine caregivers will be
honored from noon until 4 p.m. The
American Cancer Society's Bark for Life
will celebrate the many support animals
who have helped cancer patients and
survivors throughout their battles with
cancer.

Hiller Park
www.relayforlife.org

November 16
Captain Al's Toys for Tots Car Show
Cool cars and charity? Count us in! With
Christmas right around the corner, make
a child's wish come true by bringing a
donation for Toys for Tots. Receive $5
off car registration and 10 percent off of
food purchases by bringing a toy to
donate. Car show will take place from
11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Captain Al's, Gulfport
www.captainalsgulfport.com

November 21-24
Disney on Ice: Celebrate Memories
Sail along with Moana on her high-seas
adventure and dance with Woody, Buzz
and all the Toy Story friends. Feel
inspired when love wins in Frozen and
dreams come true for the Disney
Princesses. Tickets start at $15.

Mississippi Coast Coliseum &
Convention Center

www.mscoastcoliseum.com

November 23
The Sugar Plum Fairy Tea Party
Celebrate the holidays with a delightful
tea party! Nutcracker characters will in
attendance, performing excerpts from
the Nutcracker Ballet. Children can craft
Christmas ornaments and singers will
fill the air with beautiful music. Event
begins at 3 p.m. with tickets at $30.

Beau Rivage Resort & Casino
msgulfcoastballettheatre.com

November 27-31
Snowflakes in the Bay
Experience beautiful century-old Live
Oaks decorated with illuminated
snowflakes in the Bay St Louis and
Waveland area through the end of
December.

Downtown Bay St. Louis and
Depot Row
228.463.9222

November 29
Martina McBride
The Joy of Christmas
Enjoy the melodic voice of Martina
McBride as she celebrates Christmas in
song at Beau Rivage Resort & Casino.
Concert begins at 8 p.m. with tickets
from $74.95.

Beau Rivage Resort & Casino
www.beaurivage.com

November 29
33 Days of Christmas

Join the Mississippi Coast Model
Railroad Museum as they bring the
magic of Christmas trains to life. The
outside gardens and displays will be lit
up for the holidays starting the day after
Thanksgiving through December 31.

Mississippi Coast Model Railroad
Museum, Gulfport

www.mcmrcm.org