The Biloxi Fireman's Day Parade will roll at 10 Saturday morning. It will start at Howard Avenue and Main Street, and it will end at the Biloxi Fire Museum where you can get free food and drinks with our local heroes.
The Inkin' the Coast Tattoo Convention is at the Coliseum all weekend. Tats, piercings, vendors, music, art and fun. 594-3700
The Biloxi Little Theatre has "A Chorus Line". 432-8543
New at the movies:
WHAT'S IT ABOUT?A crew of savvy former strip club employees band together to turn the tables on their Wall Street clients.
WHO'S IN IT?Constance Wu, Jennifer Lopez, Julia Stiles, Keke Palmer, Lili Reinhart, Cardi B, Lizzo
- Based on a true story.
- Rapper Cardi B, who makes her feature debut, was a stripper before she made it big.
- Jennifer Lopez is getting Oscar buzz for her performance.
- J-Lo put a detachable stripper pole in her house to train.
THE GOLDFINCH(Crime Drama)
WHAT'S IT ABOUT? A boy in New York is taken in by a wealthy Upper East Side family after his mother is killed in a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
WHO'S IN IT? Ansel Elgort, Sarah Paulson, Nicole Kidman, Finn Wolfhard, Jeffrey Wright, Luke Wilson
- Based on the 2013 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Donna Tartt.
- The movie is the first collaboration between Amazon and Warner Bros.
- The 1654 painting featured in the story, "The Goldfinch," is byCarelFabritius.
- JulianneMoore,RalphFiennesandLiamNeesonall turned down parts in the movie.
DON FELDER, FORMERLY OF THE EAGLES-Sat 8pm, Hard Rock Live Biloxi,CLICK HERE
PAUL ANKA-Fri 8pm, IP Casino Biloxi,CLICK HERE
DAUGHTRY-Sat 8pm, IP Casino Biloxi,CLICK HERE
MICHAEL BOLTON-Fri 8pm, Beau Rivage Resort & Casino, Biloxi,CLICK HERE
ANTHONY COOLS-Sat 8pm, Beau Rivage Resort & Casino, Biloxi,CLICK HERE
First-Time Hummingbird Festival at Audubon Center
MOSS POINT, MS– There is a hum of excitement in the air at the Pascagoula River Audubon Center as the staff prepares for its first-ever Hummingbird Festival. Held in conjunction with the fall migration, Hummingbird Festival will be September 13 and 14 and features activities for all ages. While the festival will feature exhibitors, vendors, children’s activities and educational talks, the highlight of the two-day event will be watching expert banders safely capture the hummingbirds so that they can be measured, weighed and banded before releasing them for visitors to enjoy.
The staff is preparing to welcome school groups on Friday for a private exhibition of the banding and other educational experiences that focus on state science objectives. Friday evening the center will open for Hummingbird Happy Hour where adults will enjoy an opportunity to socialize with the banders and other patrons and enjoy light snacks and beverages on the bayou. A commemorative wine glass will also be sold along with other festival merchandise.
From 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Saturday, the Center will welcome guests of all ages for a day filled with hummingbird banding, special educational presentations on climate change and the use of native plants in the landscape, children’s crafts and face painting, and a host of exhibitors and vendors. Native plants will also be sold throughout the festival and will feature some of the most requested plants from the spring sale. The species chosen for this sale should be winter hardy and provide color to the landscape while attracting attract birds, butterflies, and pollinators.
The ten-acre center will be bustling with activity, so visitors are encouraged to purchase tickets online ahead of time for the Saturday festivities. Tickets are available for $5 - $10 at pascagoula.audubon.org/hummingbird.
Biloxi Quilt Show Sept 13-14, 2019 Fri-Sat, 9am-4pm, Beauvoir United Methodist Church, 2113 Pass Rd, Biloxi. $2 admission. Door prizes, raffles, vendors, boutique, over 100 quilts on display plus other special exhibits. View our queen sized 'Mississippi Gumbo' coastal themed quilt $1/chance. Given by Magnolia Quilters of Orange Grove. We quilt over 300 infant ICU quilts plus veterans' oversized bibs and donate to other community charities. Susan 337-251-6024 Therese 228-223-1033.