• Happenings: May

    Happenings: May

    MAY 7
    GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY MEETING
    7 PM @ The Genealogy Library

    Food historian and Associate Professor of American Cultural History Dr. Andrew Haley will give a presentation on the Mississippi Cookbook Project at The Genealogy Library, 307 2nd Avenue in Hattiesburg. His project is documenting community life in Mississippi through community cookbooks published in the 20th century.  All meetings are free and open to the public.  Experienced genealogy researchers will help you find your family roots. 

  • 2nd annual best of the pine belt musical showcase April 27 & May 4

    2nd annual best of the pine belt musical showcase April 27 & May 4

    For the second-consecutive year, Signature Magazine is giving Best of the Pine Belt voters a front row seat to see and hear some of his year’s nominated bands perform live and in person.

    In fact, this year there will be two chances – one in Hattiesburg and one in nearby Laurel.

    The fun kicks off at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 27, at The Thirsty Hippo with performances by Ty Trehorn, Marshall McKellar of The Devil Music Co., Mississippi Shakedown, and The Icemen. 

    Each band will present a 45-minute set.

  • Happenings: April

    Happenings: April

    TUESDAYS IN APRIL
    Irish Dance Beginner Lessons 

    7:30PM @ Sigler Center
    Irish dance lessons for beginners will be offered during the month of April at the Sigler Center in Hattiesburg each Tuesday night. Cost per person is $10 per class or $30 for the month. For more details, call 601-408-8219.

  • MARCH HAPPENINGS

    MARCH HAPPENINGS

    March 2019

  • Happenings: February 2019

    Happenings: February 2019

    FEB. 8
    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.

     

    FEB. 9 
    GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA 
    8PM @ SAENGER THEATER

  • January Happenings

    January Happenings

    JANUARY 7
    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

     

     

     

    JANUARY 12
    Petal's 2020 Distinguished Young Women Program 
    6 p.m. at the Petal High School’s Performing Arts

  • The Nutcracker: Dec, 8-9 & 14-16

    The Nutcracker: Dec, 8-9 & 14-16

    The magic and wonder of Christmas comes to life in South Mississippi Ballet Theatre’s annual production of The Nutcracker. 

  • December Happenings

    December Happenings

    Dec. 6-9
    Sanders Family Christmas
    7PM & 2PM @ Sumrall Community Theatre

  • HAPPENINGS - NOVEMBER 2018

    HAPPENINGS - NOVEMBER 2018

    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.

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  • HAPPENINGS - OCTOBER 2018

    HAPPENINGS - OCTOBER 2018

    THURSDAYS IN OCTOBER
    DOWNTOWN BROWN BAG CONCERT LUNCHEON SERIES
    11:30AM - 1PM  @ VARIOUS LOCATIONS

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