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Today is November 22, 2019


Bukka White Blues Festival

October 11-12, Aberdeen. Non-stop blues music on the banks of the Tenn Tom Waterway, with Ribs On The River BBQ Contest, Bob Tartar Exotic Animal Show, Gator Bait Kayak Race, kids activities, arts and crafts and food vendors. Details:

“Into the Woods, Jr.”

November 18, 19 and 21, Pearl. Presented by Pearl Jr. High School, the musical centers on a baker and his wife’s journey to break a witch’s curse. Along the way, they run into classic fairytale characters, such as Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood and Jack. 7 p.m. Pearl High School Performing Arts Center; 500 Pirate Cove. Admission. Details: 601-664-9725.

Trees of Christmas at Merrehope

November 21 – December 29, Meridian. A “Sing a Song of Christmas” theme will be represented with more than 30 Christmas trees exquisitely decorated to represent holiday songs. Live musical performances and tours of the Antebellum Merrehope and Victorian F.W. Williams historic homes are also available. Details:; 601-483-8439.

36th Annual Christmas Arts and Crafts Show

November 23, Kosciusko. Come do your Christmas shopping with us, there is something for everyone! 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Attala County Coliseum; Highway 12 East. Details: 601-416-4809.

Alpaca Festival

November 23, Stringer. Alpacas, food, arts and crafts. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 383 County Road 155. Free admission. Details:; 716-863-4366.

The Life of Christ,

November 30, Monticello. Come celebrate the true meaning of Christmas with this drive-through, live presentation featuring many local churches portraying scenes from the life of Christ, from the journey to Bethlehem to the resurrection. Free admission. 5 to 8 p.m. Atwood Water Park; 1362 East Broad Street. Details: 601-431-9317; Facebook.

Frozen Winter Wonderland Christmas Festivities

November 30, Leakesville. Hosted by Main Street Leakesville Organization, come and enjoy a parade, vendor booths, live music, caroling, Christmas karaoke and more. 5 to 10 p.m. Green Park. Details:; 601-689-0749.

5th Annual Cider Circle Café

December 2, Picayune. Hosted by the Jackie Stewart “Women on Mission” (WMU) of First Baptist Church, held in conjunction with Picayune’s Christmas Parade. Serving pizza, sandwiches and steaming bowls of red beans and rice and jambalaya, topped off with delectable homemade sweets! All proceeds donated to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering. 4 p.m. 401 Goodyear Blvd. Details: 601-799-2464.

Bienvenue Acres Christmas Camp Christmas Camp

December 23-24, 26-28, Gulfport. Now enrolling for this equine training camp for new or experienced riders. Includes riding, games and fun for ages 4 and up. Details:; 228-357-0431

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