January 12-14
Experience the excitement of one of
the world's most successful dance
productions, featuring traditional
Irish song and dance! Tickets are from
$19.95 -$34.95. Showtimes are Friday
at 7 p.m., Saturday at 3 and 7 p.m. and
Sunday at 3 p.m.

Beau Rivage Theatre

January 13
Krewe of CASA Mardi Gras Gala
The 7th Annual Krewe of CASA Mardi
Gras Gala will take place from 7 -11
p.m. at the Bay St. Louis Community
Hall. The Mardi Gras Gala will feature
music by Got Groove, dinner, and
silent auction.

Bay St. Louis Community Center

January 13
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

January 13
Andrew Finn Magill &
Alan Murray

Arts Under The Dome opens its 2018
season with Celtic fiddler Finn Magill,
a two-time finalist at the All-Ireland
Championships. He is touring with
Scottish singer, guitarist and bouzouki
player Alan Murray. Tickets are $15
for adults and $10 for students.
Concert begins at 7 p.m.

First United Methodist Church

January 13
Science Saturday -
Weird Weather

Join INFINITY Science Center to
explore the science behind extreme
weather as we create an indoor
thunderstorm. Classes are designed
for families with children ages 6-15.
Classes cost $10 for adults and $20
for children and includes admission to
the science center.

INFINITY Science Center

January 14
Sensory Sundays
at Lynn Meadows

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 costs $6 to
attend.Lynn Meadows Discovery


January 18
Annual WAMA Craft
Beer Tasting

Drink your way through a selection of
beers from the best breweries here on
the Coast. Meet local brewers and
enjoy the works of Walter Anderson
and his brothers Mac and Peter. Must
be 21 or older to attend. Tasting starts
at 6 p.m. and costs $15 for members
and $20 for non-members.

Walter Anderson Museum of Art

January 18
Third Thursday Family Art Night
Every Third Thursday is Family Art
Night at The Salvation Army Kroc
Center. Bring the whole family and
create family projects while making
lasting memories. Event begins at 6
p.m. and costs $7 per person.

KROC Center, Biloxi

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 2-5
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.

Mississippi Coast Coliseum & Convention Center

January 5
Opening Reception of Major
Arcana: Charlie Mabry

Join Almost Circle Gallery for the
opening reception of its first exhibit of
the New Year: ìMajor Arcanaî featuring
new work by Charlie Mabry! Charlie
Mabry is a sculptor and ceramicist and
is the current Director of Ceramics.

Almost Circle Gallery, Biloxi

January 6
First Saturdays 'Sip 'N Shop'
'Sip 'N Shop' takes place from 11 a.m.-4
p.m. on the first Saturday of each month
and is hosted by 13th Street Jazz Bistro.
Travel with your open container if you
choose while visiting local restaurants
and bars. Explore Downtown Gulfport
and Fishbone Alley, then enjoy fun
holiday cocktails and music at 13th
Street Jazz Bistro.
Downtown Gulfport

January 8
Biloxi Sushi Class

Learn to make perfect sushi rice, how to
make all of your favorite sushi sauces,
where to shop, what to buy and how to
safely serve raw fish at home with
confidence, according to health
department standards. Youíll get two
rolls to eat and a take home cheat sheet
filled with tips, tricks and recipes. Class
takes place from 6:30-8:30 p.m. and
costs $40 per person.

Biloxi Brewing Company

January 9
Hope From John Ellis
Hope From John Ellis is a benefit for
One Wing Foundation, a nonprofit that
raises and distributes funds to
organizations for medical, physical and
grief recovery needs of parents who
have experienced pregnancy or infant
loss. Tickets are $45 for adults and $10
for children. Event takes place from 6-
10 p.m.

Beau Rivage Resort & Casino

January 11-14
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

January 12-21
Greater Tuna

The fictitious town of Tuna, Texas,
located about half-way between San
Angelo and Hell. Greater Tuna was
originally produced in 1981 and has
become one of the most produced plays
in American theater history. Admission
is $15.

Pass Christian Theatre Project

January 19
Swim Along with Pou-Pout Fish Family Cooking Class

It's a fishy kind of night in the LMDC
kitchen. Come enjoy treats and make
a special craft about our fish friend,
Pout-Pout. You never know who
might swim in to have his picture
taken. Menu includes starfish jelly
sandwich, seaweed kabob, Fish in
the Water, and blue fish cupcakes.

Lynn Meadows Discovery Center

January 20
Down Home Blues Music Series
This free concert series on the
grounds of the Depot is presented by
the Alice Moseley Museum and
features local and Mississippi Delta
blues artists. Come out and enjoy an
afternoon under the Oaks. Concert
takes place from 1-4 p.m.

Historic Train Depot

January 26
Mr. Atticusís Night Market

The Mockingbird Cafe and Smith &
Lens Gallery brings this Last Friday
event to the 100 block of South
Second Street. Enjoy flower growers,
artists, belly dancers, farmers,
feathered headdresses, tapas and
locally made crafts. Market takes
place from 6-9 p.m.

Mockingbird Cafe

January 26
Lynn Meadows Free Friday

Enjoy the Lynn Meadows Discovery
Center free from 5- 8 p.m.

Lynn Meadows Discovery Center

January 26-28
Crimes of the Heart
This tragicomedy tells the story of
the three Magrath sisters, Meg,
Babe, and Lenny, who reunite at Old
Granddaddyís home in Hazlehurst,
Mississippi, after Babe shoots her
abusive husband. Showtimes are
Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. and
Sunday at 2 p.m. General admission
is $18.

Biloxi Little Theatre

January 26-28
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

January 27
Annual Ocean Springs Elks
Mardi Gras Parade

The parade begins at the corner of
Front Beach and Porter Ave. It will
turn left on Washington, right on
Government, then right again on
Holcomb. Parade begins at 1 p.m.

Historic Downtown Ocean Springs