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From primitive camping to full-service RV accommodations to cozy cabins, Mississippi's State Parks are fantastic places to stay. For complete information, click here.
Statue and Fountain
Designed by Dean Mosher of Fairhope, AL, this 42-foot sculpture is a beautiful masterpiece that Gautier is so proud of. It represents the symbol of ecotourism and the beauty that surrounds it. Located on Dolphin Drive and within the walking distance of Singing River Mall this statue and fountain is a part of Town Center Development for the city of Gautier.
Off the Tracks Gallery is one of the newest additions to the art community in Stone County. Displaying visual arts in several media by local artists.
Old Town is the home of 200 resident artists. The streets of Old Town are lined with enough shops and restaurants to please all. Shops are open until 8p.m. every second Saturday with live ent
The nation’s largest shipper of King Cakes is located – not in Louisiana – but in Mississippi! Paul’s Pastry Shop was featured in the 2006 documentary entitled, King Cake and can make a celebratory cake for you with “traditional” fillings like cinnamon, apple, blueberry, peach – all of which can be over cream cheese.
Learn step-by-step how to paint beautiful ceramic art.
Pottery capturing the rich earth tones of the Mississippi Delta, hand-crafted by the talented Woods Brothers of Mound Bayou, Mississippi.
Picayune On Stage was founded in 1980 with the purpose of presenting live performances of the highest quality. POS also offers an opportunity for theatrical education and enrichment for the youth of all ages. The theater is located at 322 West Canal Street in downtown Picayune. See www.picayuneonstage.com for information concerning each play's dates, days and time of performances. Ticket prices are $10 for adults, $8 for Seniors, and $5 for students. Dinner theater performances are held in larger local venues at a fee of $33 per person. Please call 601.749.5551 for reservations.
This Blues Trail Marker honors Robert Nighthawk, American blues musician born on Nov. 30, 1909. A blues musician, Nighthawk played and recorded under the pseudonyms Robert Lee McCoy and others. He was born in Helena, Arkansas, but grew up in Friars Point, MS.
Beautiful handcrafted baskets dyed from local pecan or black walnut shells. Recaning of chair seats also available. Workshop, showroom and gift shop with baskets. Exhibiting member of the Craftsmen's Guild of Mississippi. Mon.-Sat. 8am-dark. Admission is free.
Rolland Golden's current exhibition is a collection of paintings and prints of various subjects, including several of Natchez and the surrounding area, his Hurricane Katrina series and Mississippi River series. Rolland is the recipient of this year's Visual Arts Award given by the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters. He is also listed in Marquis' Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in America and Who's Who in American Art. Roland was born in New Orleans on November 8, 1931 and lived in Mississippi for several years as a child. He has painted Mississippi more than any other state in his 54-year career. He and his wife Stella starting visiting Natchez in 1968 and returned almost every year since then. The Goldens have now made Natchez their home.
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