Fondren After 5

Fondren After 5 – Always First Thursdays – is a neighborhood open house with opportunities to enjoy good food from one of our nearly two dozen restaurants, bakeries, bars and coffee shops and shop with our unique mix of merchants, mixed in with street-side fun.

December 2018

  • Special Olympics Mississippi Gold Gala – 7:30 p.m. at Duling Hall (ticket required)
  • Thomas Jackson music, artists, kettle corn, SnapHappy FacePainting, fitness demos, kids activities, Babalu scratch-off cards and more – Duling Avenue
  • Champagne Night – Saltine
  • Bounce House at St. Luke’s UMC
  • Beacon Makers Market – The Beacon
  • Warm The City coat drive – D’Tangled Salon
  • Reed Smith and Schaefer Llana live; cold beer, creamy drinks and spiced teas inside – Sneaky Beans
  • Holiday Open House – Treehouse Boutique (noon – 7 p.m.)
  • Lauren Stennis opening at Brown’s Fine Art & Framing
  • William Goodman – clutch painting – Blithe & Vine (noon – 6 p.m.)
  • Ghost River Pint Night – “Brewer’s Series” beer release, giveaways, free pint glass – at Fondren Public
  • $2 domestic beer, $4 craft beer – Brent’s

All events subject to change. Find It In Fondren® is not the presenter of any event unless otherwise noted

(Duling Avenue) Brandi White Lee, text: 601-906-3418
(Rainbow Plaza: Cups/Hops & Habanas/et. al.) fhops2014@gmail.com
(Fondren Corner/State Street) nathan.m.glenn@gmail.com or byronknight1@gmail.com
Vendors – Please refer to location-specific contacts listed above. In an effort to be respectful to our Fondren merchants and restaurants, events this year require that anyone not paying rent in Fondren must partner with someone who does in order to sell items on the street.  Vendors will be required to adhere to all MS State Tax law requirements. Fondren After 5 does not permit space for any political promotion or campaigning, religious activism or social activism.  This event is about community.
If accepted, vendors are asked to set up between 4 -5 pm and take down at 8 pm.  Vendors are responsible for your own tables, tents and trash and must never block a storefront, restaurant or local business.
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