NIGHT TO SHINE
5-8pm @ TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH
Join Temple Baptist for a prom-night experience for people with special needs. Celebrating the uniqueness of each individual prom guest by providing an unforgettable night where they are welcomed, valued and loved, a Night to Shine is an unforgettable prom night experience, centered on God’s love, for people with special needs ages 14 and older.
GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA
8PM @ SAENGER THEATER
Professional Development Workshop for K-12 teachers
8am-3pm at Hattiesburg Cultural Center
Hattiesburg Arts Council presents “Mississippi History Through the Arts; A Bicentennial Journey” - Dr. Mark Malone
Reservations required by email; CEU credits available
Petal's 2020 Distinguished Young Women Program
6 p.m. at the Petal High School’s Performing Arts
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3
HUB CITY MAKER’S MARKET
10AM-4PM @ TOWN SQUARE PARK
The Hub City Maker’s Market takes place the first Saturday of each month and is a great place to get one-of-a-kind holiday gifts and keepsakes. The market’s goal is to give local artists a chance to sell their wares and educate the public about arts and skills, such as leather working, forging metal, crochet/knitting, wood working, sewing, glass work, pottery/ceramics and more.
For more information, visit online at hubcitymakersmarket.com.
The Hub City is known for its many culinary offerings and VisitHattiesburg is putting them front and center during the city’s inaugural Restaurant Week.
By partnering with local restaurants and hotels to highlight culinary delights to visitors, VisitHattiesburg expects this event to attract foodies from across the southeastern United States.
OctoberFEAST is the overall theme for the week-long events with individual focuses each day.
When Hattiesburg’s Robin Wentworth took his last breath on the morning of June 13, the Pine Belt lost one of its favorite adopted sons.
Just eight short months earlier, he had been diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease, and doctors were clear that his health would soon decline.
Refusing to give up, Wentworth continued to live his life to the fullest – making the most of his time left.