Christmas Bazaar at Ground Zero Museum
Waveland Ground Zero Museum
335 Coleman Ave.
Friday, 10am - 8pm
Saturday, 10am - 4pm
There is something for everyone on your Christmas List, since it will have local vendors and locally made products. The Museum will have a booth featuring Carousel coloring books and ornaments. West End will be serving Lunch and Dinner on Friday and Lunch on Saturday. Free to attend.
11/22 - 23, Saturday and Sunday
Family-friendly, handicap accessible, with art-making demonstrations ongoing throughout. Ivory Bill simply rocks. They'll be playing their unique blend of blues and Americana in performances peppered throughout the event.
Open House at Bay Artist Co-op
Bay Artist Co-Op
415 Necaise Ave
Bay St. Louis
10am - 5pm Sat., 11am - 3pm Sun.
Live music by Ivory Bill
This Co-operative is one of the oldest in the South, celebrating 20 years of creative incubation. This annual open house is one of the Bay's favorite events and just in time to buy artsy Christmas gifts. This year, showing artists are co-op founder Regan Carney, Mark Buskiewicz, Barney Adams, multi-media artists Gayle Anderson, Janet Densmore and Janelle Mullen.
12/5 - Friday
12/6 - Saturday
Bay St. Louis Old Town
Route not available as of press time but usually includes Main Street
Starts at 11am
Do other places in the world have Santa arriving by fire truck or is it just a South Mississippi thing? It's a charming tradition nonetheless, and the color scheme sure works. Kick your holiday season into high gear and do some shopping with local merchants while you're in the neighborhood!
12/6 - Saturday
Live Music Schedule
Witness - noon - 2pm
Roman Street - 3 - 5pm
Rochelle Harper Band
6 - 8pm
Rochelle will have her new CD available if you haven't gotten a copy yet!
Snowflakes and Sugarplums Festival
Historic Depot Grounds
1928 Depot Way
Bay St. Louis
noon - 8pm
This 3rd Annual Holiday Festival offers plenty of music and cheer as the Depot District is turned into a winter wonderland with an artificial ice skating rink, rides, & live music. The world's largest rocking horse - a 12 foot hand-carved one - will be making an appearance too. Also, the H&H Express Train, a Christmas Spacewalk and a Sugarplum Village. Even the Grinch would get in the holiday spirit here.
12/7 - Sunday
Waveland Tree Lighting
Waveland City Hall
301 Coleman Ave.
at dusk (sunset should be around 5pm CST that day)
Join Santa, the Staff and friends as Waveland’s new mayor (who will it be???) lights the City Hall Tree. There will be caroling, photos with Santa and snacks provided. This event is hosted by the city of Waveland and is free.
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