What's Up, Waveland? August 2021
Food Truck Friday rolls through on the 13th, and the first ever White Linen on Coleman brings an evening of art, food and music to benefit Friends of the Animal Shelter on August 14! Plus, a reminder to take in the Smithsonian exhibit at Waveland's Ground Zero Museum before it ends August 13.
- by Waveland Alderman Jeremy Burke
Waveland Food Truck Friday
Waveland Food Truck Friday is getting larger every month! The next Waveland Food Truck Friday will be Friday, August 13, from 5-8 pm.
Food can be purchased through the food trucks. This month we welcome: Beach Dawgs, Twisted Magnolia, Semplice Pizza, Chillin The Coast, Denny Wayne’s Festive Foods, Dolce, Rolling Bayou, and Paule’ Snowball.
The Waveland Civic Association will have a table set up selling beer, soft drinks and water. Greg B. Productions will be playing everyone’s favorite music, thanks to the generous sponsorship of the Silver Slipper Casino.
Studio Waveland + Gallery will be open with its current exhibit, #3DMISSISSIPPI, as well!
Crossroads: Changes in Rural America
You only have two more weeks to get to Waveland's Ground Zero Museum to enjoy the traveling Smithsonian Exhibit, Crossroads: Changes in Rural America, which closes August 13.
The display has been an enormous success for the Ground Zero Museum, with over 700 visitors coming through to view so far.
Don't miss the Crossroads Lecture Series in conjunction with the exhibit, with two remaining lectures:
“Logtown to Infinity,” with Allison Anderson, FAIA, LEED-AP, and Brehm Bell, J.D. at the BSL Library August 4, 6–8 pm
Changes in our community from the days of Logtown to the contributions at Stennis.
“Population Data and Trends,” with John Green, Ph.D., at
Studio Waveland August 11, 6–8 pm
Dr. Green will discuss population data and trends in Hancock County 2000-2010.
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