November 10-11
Pass Christian Yacht Club
Holiday Boutique

This event features more than 20
shops and artists, decorated three-
and five-foot wooden Christmas trees,
as well as frozen entrees, deserts and
side dishes ready for Thanksgiving
dinner. This event is open to the
public and lasts from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Pass Christian Yacht Club
228.452.2571

November 10-12
Magnolia State Gem, Mineral
and Jewelry Show

Featuring Meteorite displays and
fossilized exhibits. Artisans from
around the U.S. offer one-of-a-kind
items. Watch demonstrations in
lapidary arts and crafts.

Jackson County Civic Center, Pascagoula
www.mgcgms.org

November 10-19

Enigma
Bay St. Louis Little Theatre presents
Enigma, a fast-moving, hilarious
comedy-fantasy that deals with the
predicament of a young man who
imagines there is a tiger living with
him, a young girl who has a similar
problem with a gorilla, and their
doubting friend. General admission
is $8.

Bay St. Louis Little Theatre
www.bsllt.org

November 11
Holiday Cookie Workshop
Youíre invited to join Chef Robin at
the Mary C. O'Keefe Cultural Center
to learn how to bake the perfect cookie
for the Holidays! Workshop begins at
1 p.m and costs $25 for members and
$30 for non-members.

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

November 11 - 12
Highlands and Islands
Celtic Festival

The Highlands and Islands
Association will host its Celtic Festival
on Saturday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and
Sunday from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Festivities
include jousting, archery, Irish
dancing, traditional music, artisans
and more.

Harrison County Fairgrounds
www.mshighlandsandislands.org

November 11
The Carpenter's Tribute Band
Singer and playwright Lisa Rock has
compiled a moving tribute to the
music and life of Karen Carpenter and
brings it to the stage with her six-
piece backing band. Re-creating the
true sound of some of the most
memorable songs of the '70s.

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

November 11
Jackson County Veterans Day
Program

Citizens, churches, organizations,
businesses, youth groups and the
public are invited to participate in the
upcoming 17th Annual Jackson
County Veterans Day Program to
honor Jackson County veterans past
and present. The event will be held at
11 a.m.

Moss Point Veterans Memorial
Monument

228.762.3391

November 15
Home School History Class

This lesson, "Deciphering the Past-
The Native Americans on the
Mississippi Gulf Coast' explores
where Native Americans lived, their
languages, their cultures, their
clothing, their farming, gathering,
and hunting as well as the foods they
ate. Class takes place from 10:30
a.m.-12 p.m. and costs $15 for
members and $20 for non-members.

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

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

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November 3-19
Annie

Gulfport Little Theatre presents the
classic musical Annie, directed by Cal
Walters with musical direction by
Cherie Cruso Ruff. Tickets are $16 for
general admission, $13 for
seniors/military, and $11 for
children/students.

Gulfport Little Theatre
228.864.7983
www.gulfportlittletheatre.net

November 4
Gulfport Octane
Automotive enthusiasts and owners
from the Gulf South area will be
converging on Downtown Gulfport for a
car show like no other. Vinnieís Exotics,
The 4 Media, Gulf Coast Exotic Auto,
Gulfport Main Street, The Gulfport
Police Department and local Cars and
Coffee groups present Gulfport Octane:
a day of food, fun and fast cars that the
entire family will enjoy.

9a.m.-2p.m. FREE.
Downtown Gulfport

228.363.0099

November 4-5
39th Annual Peter Anderson

Arts & Crafts Festival

Come out and enjoy more than 450
artists, crafters and food vendors from
all over the U.S. selling art, jewelry,
woodworks, crafts and much more. This
event is presented by Blue Moon.

Downtown Ocean Springs
228.875.4424
www.oceanspringschamber.com

November 9
Mississippi Gulf Coast
Senior Prom

'Moonlit Masquerade' is an evening of
dining for people 50 years of age and
older, featuring live music provided by
The Coast Big Band. Along with live
music and a buffet, you will receive a
complimentary Senior Prom photo.
Prom begins at 6 p.m. and costs $15 to
attend.

IP Casino Resort & Spa
228.896.5683

November 9-12
Vintage Flamingo Market

Once a month, Vintage Flamingo opens
its doors to host its vintage market. The
event is held during the second weekend
each month and boasts wares such as
recycled, repurposed and vintage
furniture and decor. Thursday &
Saturday: 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Friday: 9 a.m.-
7 p.m., Sunday: 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

Vintage Flamingo
2701 14th Ave., Gulfport
228.363.0795

November 10
AFRH-G Veterans Day

Open House

Armed Forces Retirement Home
Veterans Day Open House from 8:30
a.m.- 1 p.m. Opening ceremony starts at
9:30, featuring former NASA Apollo 13
astronaut Fred Haise, Jr. as the special
keynote speaker.

1800 Beach Drive, Gulfport, MS 39507
228.897.4429

November 10-12
33rd Annual Ron Meyers

Christmas City Gift Show
One of the largest gift shows in the
Southern Region. Over 300 booths
feature handmade crafts and one-of-a-
kind items, foods, and gifts.There will
also be photos with Santa, free kids
crafts, face painting, live music, and
plenty of fun.

Mississippi Coast Coliseum &
Convention Center

228.831.3020

November 16
Go Red For Women
'A Night in Red'

Show your support while enjoying a
fun night out at the Go Red For
Women 'A Night in Red' girls' night
out event. The mission of this event
is to improve the health of women on
the Mississippi Gulf Coast to prevent
cardiovascular disease and stroke.
Event lasts from 6-9 p.m.

Lynn Meadows Discovery Center
228.604.5318

November 16
Five Course Feast
The 2nd Annual Five Course Feast
will feature Gulf Coast-themed
cooking demonstrations by five of
the Gulf Coast's most talented chefs
and their respective mayors. All
proceeds will be used by Extra Table
to purchase food for Gulf Coast's
Mission Pantries and Soup Kitchens.
Event takes place from 7-10 p.m.

Beau Rivage Resort & Casino
601.264.0672
www.fivecoursefeast.com

November 18
Sit, Stay, READ! Children's
Reading Program

Children, come read to the dogs!
The Visiting Pet Teams of South
Mississippi provide a fun way for
children to improve their
communication and reading skills
while visiting with a four-legged
friend. Program will be held every
third Saturday from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

Pass Christian Public Library
228.452.4596

November 26
Holiday Peppermint Pops
Ring in the holidays with this family
oriented concert! Gulf Coast
Symphony Orchestra is proud to
present a new time and date for this
Gulf Coast tradition. Matinee begins
at 3 p.m with tickets from $30 and
$15 for students/military.

Saenger Theatre, Biloxi
228.896.4276
www.gulfcoastsymphony.net

November 26
33rd Annual Asgard Club
Toy Run

Charity motorcycle ride benefitting
children along the Mississippi Gulf
Coast. The ride is open to
motorcycles, cars, and trucks with a
donation of one new toy, clothing
item or $10. A party will take place
after the ride at Mississippi Gulf
Coast Harley Davidson on Cedar
Lake Road in Biloxi. Check website
for route information.

www.asgardmc.com

November 29-December 12
Cirque du Soleil presents
Varekai

Varekai is a critically-acclaimed
production that has wowed nearly 10
million people worldwide since it
first premiered in Montreal in 2002.
Since then, Varekai has visited more
than 180 cities in 35 different
countries. Tickets start at $35 at
Ticketmaster.com. Show runs
through Dec. 12.

Mississippi Gulf Coast Coliseum
251.591.4974

November 30
Enriching Lives of Seniors

Don't miss the next installment of
Enriching Lives of Seniors: 'Coping
with Grief' during the Holidays.
Event will begin at 12 p.m. and is
free to the public. Includes a light
lunch.
First United Methodist Church,
Gulfport

228.831.1816