Now until Dec. 31st Registration for Youth Challenge Applications are being accepted for those age 16-18. The next class begins January 13, 2024. For more details, call 601-558-2300.
Oct. 3rd, 5th Forrest County's Observances of National Night Out Against Crime Takes place from 6 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the following locations on the following dates (info from @ForrestCountySheriffsOffice on Facebook).
\ October 3: North Forrest VFD, Macedonia at Sunrise, Rawls Springs will gather at Lakewood.
\ October 5: Dixie VFD, McLaurin VFD, Carnes at Brooklyn.
Now until Oct. 19th Concerts at William Carey University Concerts at William Carey University The following concerts start at 7 p.m. ...
\ October 5: Thomas Hall and Restoration Band - Two bands perform at Common Grounds. Thomas Hall is a rock guitar group voted “Best Local Band” this year in Signature Magazine’s “Best of the Pine Belt” contest. Restoration Band is a vocal/instrumental Christian band.
\ October 12: Orchestra and Symphonic Winds in Concert - WCU’s premier instrumental groups present their fall concerts at Thomas Fine Arts Center – the WCU Orchestra and the Symphonic Winds. Both perform at university and local programs throughout the year.
\ October 17: Chorale, Women’s Choir, and Carey On - Three vocal groups headline a concert at Thomas Fine Arts Center. The Carey Chorale is WCU’s premier vocal ensemble, presenting concerts on campus, and at schools and churches. The Women’s Choir performs at campus and community events. Carey On is a 12-member a cappella group made up of six women and six men.
\ October 19: Knights of Jazz and Carey Big Band - Come see WCU’s jazz combo, Knights of Jazz, and Carey Big Band under the stars at Common Grounds. Carey Big Band selections include songs by Count Basie, Stevie Wonder, and Duke Ellington.
Each Thurs. in Oct. Hattiesburg Arts Council Brown Bag Concert Series Concerts take place from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. at City Hall Fountain Park Plaza behind Hattiesburg City Hall.
Each week, Coca-Cola and local restaurants graciously provide soft drinks, a delicious lunch and dessert. The concerts are free and open to the public. Lunches may be purchased for $7; please remember to bring cash.
Scheduled to perform...
\ October 5: Royal Horses - Art of Roux
\ October 12: Tae Young Hong & Clairrease McClendon - Mercury Pizza
\ October 19: Alkebulan Music Philosophy - Southbound Bagel
\ October 26: The Deltamatics & Friends - The Porter Public House
Oct. 5th-7th South Jones H.S. Class of 1973 Reunion Starts October 5 with the South Jones Homecoming game. A tour of the high school follows October 6 at 1 p.m. -- with an evening social October 6 at 6 p.m. at Tanner Construction.
The reunion takes place October 7 at 6 p.m. at Jones College's cafeteria.
Registration is required and can be obtained by sending a $38 check to: South Jones 50th Class Reunion, Attn: Danny Shows, P.O. Box 331, Ellisville, MS 39437.
For more details, call 601-270-7723 or 601-788-7063.
Oct. 7th Loblolly Festival Takes place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. throughout downtown Laurel. There will be more than 200 general, food and activity vendors, live music, delicious food and more.
Oct. 7th Carnes Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department: Festival Takes place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at at the Carnes Community Center (1193 Carnes Road, Lumberton). For more details, call 601-716-7239.
Oct. 7th Mt. Pisgah Church: Celebration Starts at 10:30 a.m. Friends and family are warmly encouraged to bring photos and other items. For more details, call 601-456-0599.
Oct. 7th Oktoberfest Takes place from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. at Saint John Lutheran Church in Hattiesburg. Enjoy live music, authentic German food, raffles, and more. Proceeds benefit local, regional and worldwide missions. For more details, call the church at 601-583-4898.
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