October 12
Walk of Hope
Pink Heart Funds invites you to the 13th
annual Walk of Hope at Long Beach
Town Green beginning at 8 a.m. There
will be a 5k, 1-mile or 3-mile family fun
walk, and a doggy dash.

Pink Heart Funds
228.575.8299
www.pinkheartfunds.org

October 12 - 13
St. James Fall Festival
St. James Catholic Church will host its
annual Fall Festival on Saturday from
10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. This weekend of family
fun features delicious food, live music,
carnival games, raffles and more.

St. James, Gulfport
228.697.5631

October 17
Light the Night
Lanterns will glow in Gulfport's Jones
Park when walkers gather to raise funds
and shed light on blood cancer.
Registration is at 5:30 p.m. and the walk
begins at 7:00. The walk is free to attend
and all registered participants will
receive an illuminated lantern.

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
www.lightthenight.org

October 18
Toast to the Coast
It's Anchors Aweigh and Good Times
Ahead at the 36th annual Toast to the
Coast befitting Coast Episcopal School,
beginning at 7 p.m. This popular Coast
event will be held at 635 East Scenic
Drive in Pass Christian with food from
more than 30 local restaurants.

Coast Episcopal School
228.452.9442
www.coastepiscopalschool.org

October 18 - 20
WINGS Performing Arts Presents
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

The famous high-flying car is ready to
land and save the day in this Broadway
Junior adaptation of the blockbuster
musical and beloved classic film. Tickets
are $10 general admission.

Lynn Meadows Discovery Center
WINGS Theater

www.lmdc.org

October 19
Moonlight Masquerade
The Gulf Coast Center for Nonviolence
has brought back its Halloween gala.
This elegant affair will feature farm-to-
table food, cocktails, a silent auction,
musical entertainment and a costume
contest. Tickets start at $50.

White Pillars, Biloxi
www.gccfn.org/mm19

October 19
Historic Griffin Cemetery Tour
The Historic Griffin Cemetery will offer
free tours every half hour from 9 to
11:30 a.m. Tour Guides will guide you to
six presenters whose families are buried
there. Youíll be sure to enjoy hearing the
history of some Moss Point families!

Griffin Cemetery, Moss Point
228.218.5239

October 19 - 20
33rd Annual Fall Muster
Enjoy the sights and sounds of a Civil
War reenactment. See a battle between
the North and South. Enjoy period
music, vendors, skits, cannon fire, and
tour the Beauvoir property from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m.

Beauvoir Jefferson Davis Home
228.388.4400
www.beauvoir.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
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Check other local listings for a more complete list.

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October 1 - 31
Trinity Episcopal Pumpkin Patch
The pumpkin patch will be open every
day in October from 10 a.m. until dark.
Funds raised benefit local charities and
Christian outreach.

Trinity Episcopal,
Pass Christian
228.493.3900

October 5
Pretty in Pink
Pink Heart Funds will host its 9th
annual Pretty in Pink breast cancer
awareness day in Wiggins Blaylock Park
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Pink Heart Funds
exists to inspire, encourage, and restore
hope to persons affected by cancer and
hair loss disorders.

Pink Heart Funds
228.575.8299
www.pinkheartfunds.org

October 5
Zonta Arts & Crafts Festival
Hundreds of local arts and crafts and
food vendors will line the streets in
downtown Pascagoula from 9 a.m. to
5 p.m. for the annual Zonta Arts &
Crafts Festival. Downtown businesses
will also be open and there will be live
entertainment and activities for children.

Downtown Plaza, Pascagoula
228.229.9908

October 5
Ohr Fest
The Ohr-O'Keefe Museum's annual Ohr
Fest is one of its biggest annual
fundraisers. The festival will offer a
diverse array of arts and craft vendors,
craft beer tents, a homebrewers'
competition, live music and more.
General admission is free, but access to
beer tents costs $35.

Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art
www.georgeohr.org

October 6 - 13
Crusin' the Coast
Get ready for America's largest block
party as vehicles roll in from all around.
The 23rd Annual Cruisin' the Coast will
feature activities such as cruise-ins,
exciting entertainment, swap meets,
auto auctions and more! Last year's
Crusin' the Coast had a record-setting
8,444 vehicles from 44 states register
for the event.

Cruisin' the Coast
228.385.3847
www.cruisinthecoast.com

October 9
One Book One Pass Author
Presentation by Jon Meacham

Author presentation on The Soul of
America: The Battle for Our Better
Angels by Pulitzer Prize winning author
and presidential scholar Jon Meacham
will be held at 7 p.m. at the Randolph
Center in Pass Christian.

Randolph Center,
Pass Christian
www.harrison.lib.ms.us

October 11
Hope Academy's Fall Festival
Join Hope Academy in Florence
Gardens for its fall fundraiser. They will
have attractions, rides, games and food
from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Anyone is
welcome to attend the festival, which
had more than 600 attendees last year.
Admission is $10 per person.
Hope Academy
407.415.0158
www.hopeacademyfg.org

October 20
Chefs of the Coast
Chefs of the Coast has a new month and
a new theme this year. 'Magnolias, Roux
and Brews'
will take place from 6 to
8:30 p.m., at the Coast Coliseum.
Tickets are $55 for general admission,
$65 for VIPs and may be purchased at
ticketmaster.com or the Coliseum box
office.

Chefs of the Coast
228.324.0032
www.chefsofthecoast.org

October 20 - 27
Jackson County Fair
Enjoy a week long event with youth
activities, arts and crafts, live music,
vendor booths, livestock shows, food
and rides. Admission is free.

Jackson County Fairgrounds
228.762.6043

October 24
Biloxi First Roast
Biloxi City Councilman and long time
educator Dr. Paul Tisdale will be
honored at 7 p.m., at IP Casino Resort
Spa. The event is the major fundraiser
each year for Biloxi First, which
provides funds for innovative classroom
projects in the Biloxi Public Schools.

Biloxi First
228.860.8871

October 25
CASA-tume
Put on your best Halloween costume for
CASA-tume at 7 p.m. in the Beau Rivage
Magnolia Room. This is CASA's major
fundraiser of the year and they hope to
raise $40,000, which will fund
volunteer recruitment, training and
support.

CASA of Harrison County
228.865.7078
www.CasaHarrisonCounty.org

October 27
Pinky's Second Line
This event is a tribute for pianist Cynthia Chen, who recently lost her battle against breast cancer. Second line starts at 4:30 p.m. at the Longfellow Civic Center and ends at 100 Men Hall. There will be a silent auction, dueling pianos, and food and drinks. Money raised will benefit musicians with cancer.
100 Men Hall, Bay St. Louis
228.224.1067

October 27
Halloween Fun Festival

Come dressed in your favorite
Halloween costume and have a family
fun day. Enjoy trick-or-treating, play
games, get your face painted and so
much more! Concessions will be sold.
Free for members, $6 for non-members.

Lynn Meadows Discovery Center
228.897.6039
www.lmdc.org

October 31
Witches Ride of Ocean Springs
The Witches Ride is a whimsical adult
bike ride through the streets of
downtown Ocean Springs from
5 to 6 p.m. Witches and Warlocks are
encouraged to dress in their Hallow's
Eve best and get their 'broomcycles' all
shined up and decorated. Those that are
comfortable with flying and tossing
throws are encouraged to do so.

Witches Ride of Ocean Springs
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