Upcoming Events





  • Cher: Here We Go Again

    Cher: Here We Go Again Feb 2 LOCATION: MISSISSIPPI COAST COLISEUM

  • ANNUAL KREWE UNIQUE MARDI GRAS PARADE

    ANNUAL KREWE UNIQUE MARDI GRAS PARADE February 2 The parade begins at the corner of Front Beach & Porter Ave. It will turn left on Washington, right on Government, then right again on Holcomb.  Location: Historic Downtown Ocean Springs Time: immediately following the Elks Mardi Gras Parade Price: Free

  • FIRST FRIDAYS @ LAZY MAGNOLIA BREWING COMPANY

    FIRST FRIDAYS AT LAZY MAGNOLIA BREWING COMPANY January 4 Enjoy great local beer, food and music. Lazy Magnolia brewery tour and tasting experience is even more fun on the First Friday of each month. Sip your samples while enjoying some local live music. Try some beer pairings with locally produced treats available for purchase from our featured food vendor. They will unveil a new pint glass design each First Friday, and you can be one of the first to sample a new brew not yet released for sale. Lazy Magnolia will also donate $1 to a local charity for each guest who joins us for the First Friday tour and tasting experience. No RSVP necessary, just show up. Now that's a great way to spend a Lazy afternoon. https://www.lazymagnolia.com/ LOCATION: Lazy Magnolia Brewery PHONE: (228) 467-2727 TIMES: 5pm-8pm PRICES: $15

  • FIRST FRIDAYS biloxi @ art on the rue

    FIRST FRIDAYS biloxi @ art on the rue September 7 This 3-hour lively, fun event will take place in downtown Biloxi restaurants and shops, through-out Rue Magnolia and the Biloxi Art District, where shops will stay open late. LOCATION: Downtown Biloxi, Rue Magnolia Art District PHONE: 228-435-6339 TIMES: 5pm-8pm

Bay Saint Louis on the Mississippi Gulf Coast is a cultivated atmosphere for creative thinking and expression. Inspired individuals and entrepreneurs partner with Mother Nature to welcome international and national guests to this incomparable waterfront community known as A Place Apart.

Gulfport was incorporated on July 28, 1898. Gulfport was founded by two men: William H. Hardy[8] who was president of the Gulf and Ship Island Railroad (G&SIRR) that connected inland lumber mills to the coast, and Joseph T. Jones who later took over the G&SIRR, dredged the harbor in Gulfport, and opened the shipping channel to the sea. In 1902, the harbor was completed and the Port of Gulfport became a working seaport that now accounts for millions of dollars in annual sales and tax revenue for the state of Mississippi. In 1910, the U.S. Post Office and Customhouse was built. The Gulfport Post office was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.[9]


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