Time to embrace your outer October while you still can, without rake in hand! Get your share of patio/deck/porch sittin’ in while the gettin’s good!
“Tons (of) fun’s on tap for the October edition of our Fondren open house, Fondren After 5,” Sherry says. Plus, you know, State Fair’s here.
Young Valley’s Rock ‘N Roll BBQ: don’t miss it. Or, any of the other great goings-on this weekend, including art, music, food and fitness opportunities.
Check out the slew of family fun ahead as well as the stew that brings us all together around many a tasty bowl.
The Soggy Sweat Craft Beer and BBQ Festival and New Stage’s “Morningside:” just the tip of the activities iceberg on happenings around town.
Art, music and socializing opportunities abound, from Americana to classical. Sherry says, “Open your ears. Open your eyes. Enjoy!”
Birthday celebrations, music and dance and more: take full advantage of the Labor Day weekend and if you’re in town, there’s no better place to spend it than Fondren and LeFleur East.
Tasting fall? Us, too, and with lower humidity, it’s the weekend to enjoy Clinton’s Red Brick Roads Fest and raise funds with Enchanted Evening.
With Third Thursday at the art museum, the Mississippi Book Festival and Lyle Lovett and his Large Band, this is NOT a weekend to stay home, folks.
See you on the streets, in the shade or near a stage, outdoors or in, somewhere around town this weekend! There’s plenty to get into!