Waveland Food Truck Friday
The inaugural Waveland Food Truck Friday took place on Friday, August 9. The event was held on the 200 block of Coleman Avenue, which was lined with five food trucks offering a wide variety of foods. The several hundred people who were in attendance enjoyed dinner from the truck foods and music.
Waveland Food Truck Friday founder, Kristen Tusa, was surprised at the number of people that came out to the inaugural Waveland Food Truck Friday event. The ultimate goal is for Waveland Food Truck Friday to be a monthly event on Coleman Avenue with different food trucks participating at each event.
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The next Waveland Food Truck Friday is scheduled for Friday, October 18 from 5 to 8 pm. You can “like” Waveland Food Truck Friday on Facebook to keep up with the latest news about the events.
Avenue B Park
The city of Waveland is acquiring two parcels at the corner of Caspian and Avenue B in order to construct a park. Waveland saw a need for a park on the north side of Highway 90, and the property being acquired will be gifted to Waveland by the Mississippi Secretary of State. Once the property officially belongs to the city, building the park will be one of the top priorities for the city of Waveland.
The City of Waveland is now the home to not one, but two lighthouses. Well, kinda. The Arts, Hancock County recently donated a replica of the Waveland Lighthouse to the city. The replica lighthouse originally made its debut at the Studio Waveland Street Party on Coleman Avenue in June and made another appearance in front of the original Waveland Lighthouse at the July 4th Destination Waveland event.
City of Waveland appreciates the artists that put in hundreds of hours in creating this lovable masterpiece.