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Please include in the announcement when and where your event
takes place as well as a phone number we can pass along to the public.

Also, please send us your information at least two weeks ahead of the event.

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  • Ongoing United Blood Services The need for blood donations never stops. The Hattiesburg center, located on 805 South 28th Avenue, is open Mondays 8:00am-4:00pm, Tuesdays 10:00am-6:00pm, Wednesdays 8:00am-5:00pm, Fridays 8:00am-4:00pm, Saturdays 8:00am-2:00pm and Sundays 11:00am to 3:00pm (closed Thursdays). For more details, call 601-264-0743.

  • 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.

  • Every Tuesday Luncheon at the YWCO   Takes place from 11:00am-1:00pm at the YWCO in downtown Laurel. Like the Facebook handle below this sentence for more details.


  • Now until June 27th Registration for Tennis Apprentice This adult beginners' tennis clinic starts in July and lasts for eight weeks. The cost is $85 per person and includes a membership to the United States Tennis Association (a $44 value) and a tennis racquet. For more details or to register, call 601-433-4205.


  • Every Thursday until, and including, June 29th Laurel Farmers Market; Downtown Movie Night The farmers market will be open from 3:30pm–7:00pm (setup starts at 3:00pm) at the end of 5th Avenue in the residual parking surrounding the Jones County War Memorial. The pedestrian brick path will be between Library Street and Carroll Gartin Boulevard. 

    After the farmers market closes, Agape Church presents downtown movie night at 8:00pm. With an assortment of vendors selling food and drinks, this is a night for the whole family to enjoy.

    Click on the web address, under the list of movies the church will screen, for more details.

    June 29: Sing

  • Every Thursday from now through October Hattiesburg Farmers Market Takes place at Town Square Park on the corner of Main Street and Buschman Street in downtown Hattiesburg from 3:00pm-6:00pm. Find fresh, local produce throughout the season as well as local, humanely raised meats, dairy products, prepared foods, canned goods and plants for your home.


  • June 24th Mission At The Cross: 5K Race and Two Mile Walk Begins at The Mission in Laurel with a route through downtown and conclude back at The Mission with door prizes awarded and with division awards. For more details, call 601-433-5633.

  • June 27th, July 11th, July 25th Oak Grove Youth Football and Cheer Associations Will have several opportunities for kindergarteners through sixth graders to sign up for football or cheer. The associations will have sign-ups on each of the aforementioned days from 5:30pm-7:30pm at the Oak Grove Optimist Park Community Center; that's also where they'll accepting registrations, fees, and applications/inquiries for volunteer coaches for both football and cheerleading.

    Associations' page on

    Associations' page on Facebook

  • June 27th Celebrate America Takes place from 11:00am-1:00pm at the YWCO in downtown Laurel. Like the YWCO on Facebook for more details.

  • 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. 

    Also, please click here for the concert calendar from Alive 96.5's website for Gospel sings and Christian concerts.

    For garage, rummage and yard sales, please visit's Swap Shop.

    Thanks for letting B95, Rock 104, KZ94.3, Alive 96.5 and serve you.

    Doug Morris