Second Saturday – SOUPER MUDFEST

Soup and Shrimp Boots on Second Saturday

Type:         
Date:
  Saturday, March 13, 2010
Time:
  10:00am – 8:00pm
Location:
  Bay St. Louis

Description

Art starts at Alice Moseley Museum on Second Saturday, March 13th in Bay St. Louis. Savor the sights of surf and sunset with the show “Trees, Grass and Fishies” by artist Ruth Thompson. Enjoy a complimentary pancake brunch from 10 am until noon. Miss Alice will be making a special “appearance” at the museum to share a story with her friends at 2:30 p.m.

The Second Saturday Art Walk sponsored by the Bay St. Louis Old Town Merchants Association kicks off from 5 to 8 p.m. celebrating the area’s potters with the Souper Mud Fest. Purchase an original, one-of-a-kind, handmade soup bowl at the green at the corner of Second and Main. Then stroll through the Old Town area visiting merchants to sample the wondrous variety of soups as part of your donation. A portion of the proceeds from the soup bowl sale benefit the Bay Waveland Main Street Association.

Hot Spot in the 100 block is Lulu’s with music sponsored by Hancock Bank. At maggiemays’s 126 Main stop in for the photography art opening of Nancy Moynan titled “Reflections in Stone.” Nancy has a deep affection for southern landscapes, cemetery masonry, architecture and ironwork and she imparts poetry to the peacefulness and strength that each photograph possesses.

In the Serenity Gallery, Jean Ann of Fashion Express features Murano glass bead bracelets in an array of vibrant colors to compliment your attire.

Social Chair is the perfect stop to fill your Easter basket with special gifts. The new styles of Bungalow 360 earth-friendly bags are in. SOLD OUT Momiji dolls are back and Ugly Dolls are arriving soon. Social Chair will sell glow glasses to help support the Half Baked Sweet Potato Queens Relay for Life Team.

Proudest Monkey has great bunny bowls, egg boxes and egg plates. Let the kids spend Second Saturday with us while you shop.

Uptown Interiors will be featuring all Mississippi-made gourmet food specialties and samples including Gulf Coast Shrimp Dip, Mississippi Mudd Brownies and Mississippi Cheese Straw Factory’s”Cheese Straws”. Customized gift baskets are always available.

At Bay Books 131 Main street well-known Irish folk musician Becka Clark will be debuting her new CD called :” Looking for Home”. Also on hand will be author Chris Johnson. The author, a Bay St. Louis attorney, is a native of Mississippi’s Delta. He enjoys fishing, golf and playing guitar on his front porch in the Bay. But his novel Destiny is a wild ride featuring the mafia, New Orleans voodoo, French Quarter nightclubs, casinos, money laundering and dark secrets. Becka and Chris will be at Bay Books from 5 to 7 p.m.

Twin Light Creations, 136 Main, invites you to come out and enjoy the wonderful sounds of “one woman band” Becky Eymard performing on the porch of the restored 1890’s Creole Cottage. Create your garden retreat with selections that mix indoors and outdoors. Add to any environment with hand painted, stone- finish garden sculptures, unique porcelain egg bird homes and feeders to add interest to any garden area.

In the 200 block the Hot Spot is Magnolia Antiques with music sponsored by Peoples Bank.

The inventory at Identity Vintage, 212 Main, continues to expand with Vintage jewelry and housewares added to the growing collection of vintage and reworked apparel.

Stop by Americas Vacation Center for Second Saturday tequila tastings, with donations going to the Hancock County Food Pantry. Cruise discounts and vacation specials are available. Fiesta celebrates with a part for the senses. Unique gifts for home, jewelry and religious items are included.

Spencer Gray is the featured artist at Gallery 220 for the month of March. Spencer has been delighting people with his marvelous construction s of people created from pots, pans, forks, spoons and other bits of metal for years. All the artists at Gallery 220 urge you to stop by to see Spencer’s kids, his chef, mardi gras band and other characters at the historic building on the corner of Toulme and Main.

And don’t forget to wear your decorated Shrimp Boots—It’s the Mud Fest remember?

You’ll be able to join the Second Line down Main Street as the folks with decorated boots parade!

The Second Saturday Art Walk from 5 to 8 p.m. is sponsored by the Bay St. Louis Old Town Merchants Association. For additional information call 228 463 2688.

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