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Stars in Motion Dance Class
Every Second Saturday of every month, Old Town Bay St. Louis shops stay open until 8pm. There is music, food, Art, and shopping. You will thoroughly enjoy this pedestrian-friendly street party.
Belle is a girl who is dissatisfied with life in a small. provincial French town. The Beast is a prince who was placed under a spell because he could not love. Belle's father takes a wrong turn and the two meet.
DeSoto Arts Center - Winter Art Show & Sale
The booths and exhibits will be located in the AgriHeritage Building (location of the weekly Farmers Market) downtown. Arts & crafts, old-timey demonstrations, refreshments, entertainment, and music will be enjoyed.this is one of our fun, seasonal events.
Corinth Theatre-Arts presents "The Miracle Worker," 7:30 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, Dec. 12-14, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 15.
The Oxford Film Festival entertains and educates its participants, providing residents and visitors with the opportunity to watch independent films, as well as to meet the filmmakers and learn from industry professionals. The variety of films, in addition
Waveland hosts one of the oldest and largest carnival parades on the Mississippi Coast. The all female Krewe of Nereids is the largest cultural event that takes place in Hancock County and you're invited to participate in the fun.
Krewe of Diamonds. The only predominantly African-American Mardi Gras Parade on the Mississippi Coast, replete with Mardi Gras Indians! Lots of throws and a great party in downtown Bay St. Louis.
Souper Mudfest. 2nd Saturday Art Fest with a twist in Bay St Louis
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