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  • Now until July 1st Pearl River Camps  Pearl River Community College will hold five Summer Kid’s College day camps in June and July on the main Poplarville campus. Water and fresh fruit snacks will be provided for all camps. For more details on the following camps, call 601-403-1379 or 601-403-1420 or go to www.prcc.edu/camps for applications.

     

    \ June 27-30 - LEGO! MY ROBOtics/Mindstorms ADVENTURE for 3rd-5th grade, 8:30am-11:30am, Technology Center multipurpose room, $85. Students will work in teams to build a LEGO robot and program activities for it. Drop-off begins at 8:15am.

    \ June 28-30 - Discover Your Science Superpower for 4th-6th grade, 8:30am-11:30am, Science Building, $45. Students will explore, analyze and learn about the amazing power of gravity and static electricity, explore the magnificent powers of the sun and moon and learn about insects and reptiles. Drop-off begins at 8:00am.

    \ June 29 - See You in the Funny Papers! for 7th-9th grade, 8:30am-3:30pm, Seal Hall Room 111, $20. Students will explore creative writing and storyboard animation. Students must bring a sack lunch. Drop-off begins at 8:00am.

    \ July 1 - Library Learning Kids Adventure for first and second grade, 8:00am-10:00am, third and fourth grade, 10:00am-12:00pm, Johnston Library, free. Students will enjoy fun reading activities, scavenger hunts and computer activities and receive a copy of the book they read.

    www.prcc.edu/camps


  • Weekdays until July 15th Hattiesburg Habitat Restaurant Tour Takes place at the restaurants in and near Hattiesburg listed below. Restaurants will donate a percentage of their sales during the day to Hattiesburg Habitat. For more details, call 601-582-4663 ext.15.

    \ 6/27 Marlin's Grill 3-10p

    \ 6/28 McAlister’s West 11a-2p

    \ 6/29 Triangle Seafood 11a-7p

    \ 6/30 T-Bones 11a-2p

    \ 7/1 Bianchi’s 11a-2p

    \ 7/4 Buffalo Wild Wings all day

    \ 7/5 Front Porch 11a-2p

    \ 7/6 Movie Star 11a-2p

    \ 7/7 McAlister’s (Hardy Street) 11a-2p

    \ 7/8 Strick's BBQ 11a-2p

    \ 7/11 Shrimp Basket all day

    \ 7/12 South Mouth Deli 5-7p

    \ 7/13 Gratefull Soul 11a-2p

    \ 7/14 Chili’s Petal all day

    \ 7/15 Willy T’s all day

    \ 7/18 Which Wich 10:30a-4p

    \ 7/19 Newk’s 11a-1p

    \ 7/20 Five Guys 5-10pm

    \ 7/21 Raising Cane’s all day

    \ 7/22 Thirsty Hippo 11a-2p

    www.hattiesburghabitat.org

    E-mail: LLGWright@hattiesburghabitat.org

    /hattiesburghabitat

    @hahfh


  • Select dates from now until July 31st Lady Eagle Basketball Camps Take place at the main Hattiesburg campus of Southern Miss. Click on the links below this sentence for more details.

    Story on SouthernMiss.com

    www.JLMBasketballCamps.com


  • Tuesdays throughout the summer YWCO Luncheon Takes place from 11:00am-1:00pm at the YWCO in downtown Laurel. Drop in, carry out, or call 601-428-5694 for curbside service if the heat is too much to leave your car - just remember to honk when you pull up. You don't have to belong to the Y to enjoy a full meal for $6.50 including drink. Seniors 60+ and children 10 and under who dine in eat for less.

    /YWCOLaurelMS


  • Now until Sept. 4th "America the Beautiful: The Monumental Landscapes of Clyde Butcher" On display at the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art in Laurel.

    The museum tells thepinebelt.com, "Clyde Butcher’s photographs celebrate the beauty of the American landscape with a monumental size and extraordinary clarity that set them apart as exceptional works of art. Butcher continues the tradition of the 19 th century Hudson River School painters, composing his works at strikingly beautiful and untarnished locations across the United States.

    For more details, contact the museum at 601-649-6374.

    www.LRMA.org


  • Ongoing UBS Blood Drive in Laurel Takes place the second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 12:00pm-6:00pm at the Cameron Center in Laurel (711 North 10th Avenue). For more details, call 601-264-0743.

    www.UnitedBloodServices.org


  • June 27th-July 1st VBS at Victory Church Starts at 6:00 each night at the church (1208 East Hardy Street, Hattiesburg).  For more details, call the church at 601-544-8485.


  • Editor's Note

    For more events, please click on the second arrow button from the right.  The two central arrow buttons will advance this calendar backward and forward one page.

    If you're looking for the ongoing events we talk about, they're listed at or near the end of our calendar. The best thing to do is click on the rightmost arrow button below. 

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    Doug Morris
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  • July 3rd Bethlehem Community Church’s Independence Day Celebration Starts at 5:00pm at the church (849 Lake Como Road). The event’s guests include Diamond Rio; Phillips, Craig & Dean and "Duck Dynasty" star Si Robertson. Admission is free. For more details, call 601-428-7197.

    www.bethlehemcc.net


  • July 9th Highland Baptist Church: Summer Jam Takes place from 8:00am-2:00pm at the church in Laurel. Summer Jam is a community-wide Car and Bike Show with free food and fun and games for the kids. The event is free. Car entry fee is a donation that will be given to a local charity. Pre-register your car or bike at HighlandChurch.net on the events page.

    www.highlandchurch.net