What's Up, Waveland: November 2017
Waveland Alderman Jeremy Burke reports on the beach walking/bike path, the Waveland Christmas Bazaar and the ground-breaking on the Waveland lighthouse.
Waveland Christmas Bazaar
The 4th Annual Waveland Christmas Bazaar is Friday, November 17th and Saturday, November 18th at the Ground Zero Hurricane Museum on Coleman Avenue. This free outdoor and indoor event features local arts, crafts, jewelry, candles and much more. Local restaurants will serve lunch and dinner. On Saturday from 8:00AM-9:30AM there will be a pancake breakfast with Santa.
The bazaar is a cash-and-carry-items event, and local businesses are encouraged to participate. This event is a great way to find that unique local gift to give to your family and friends this Christmas.
If you are interested in being a vendor, please email clu1964@gmail and request a vendor application. The bazaar is attempting not to have duplicated booths, so please list all items that you wish to sell on your application. Deadline for vendor application is November 10th.
The wait is finally over. The Waveland Lighthouse and Public Pavilion Project construction is about to start. The Waveland Mayor and Board of Alderman awarded a contract to Barnard & Sons Construction to build the Waveland Lighthouse and Public Pavilion at a special meeting on October 26th.
The Waveland Lighthouse has been a dream for years, but it is finally coming to fruition. The current administration has been allocating money for this project since we took office. This project is being constructed in partnership with the Hancock County Board of Supervisors. The project is going to take approximately one year to construct. The Waveland Lighthouse and Public Pavilion is going to be a welcome addition to the Waveland beachfront.
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