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The 12th Annual Wavefest has one goal for everyone--to have a great time. So put on your flip flops, grab a shaker of salt, board the galleon and join in. The event includes a pirate costume contest, arts and crafts and best decorated booth contest. Attendees will also get to see Running of the Bulls featuring Big Easy Rollergirls. Entertainment performances by The Molly Ringwalds, The Topcats and more.

12th Annual Wavefest

Saturday 11am-8pm
Garfield Ladner Municipal Pier, Waveland
228-467-0855
Free

Enjoy fun and activities at the Zonta Festival in Pascagoula. Not only will there be arts and crafts, artisans will also be on hand to discuss their work. This event will showcase an antique car show. Plus there's going to be activities for children, food and exhibit booths. A free shuttle service will be available from Highway 90.

Zonta Arts and Crafts Festival
Saturday 9am-5pm
Downtown Plaza, Pascagoula
228-229-9908
Free

Hosted by Mississippi's first brewery. Lazy Magnolia Brewery is holding Fall Fest. Visitors will have a chance take a tour of the brewery and dine on food and drink provided by Bacchus. Music will be provided by Heather and the Monkey King. It all happens Friday at 5p.m. until 8 p.m.

Lazy Magnolia Fall Fest
Friday 5pm-8pm
Lazy Magnolia Brewery, Kiln
228-467-9048

Help support the American Cancer Society this weekend by joining in the 2nd Annual Take a Walk in Her Shoes.
This walk and pub crawl starts and ends at the Columns in Biloxi. Men are encouraged to put on their best pink dress. The annual event ends with live entertainment.

Take a Walk in Her Shoes
Saturday
Registration noon
Columns, Biloxi
228-697-3301

The 40th Annual St. James Fall Festival draws families to the church each year for many reasons. They have an array of food options, tons of chidren's activities and live entertainment. Participants can join in the silent auction. Plus there's also a pumpkin patch, crafts and more. Proceeds benefit St. James Catholic School and St. James Catholic Church.

40th Annual St. James Fall Festival
Saturday 9am-9pm
Sunday 9am-7pm
St. James Church, Gulfport
228-896-6631

Get ready for delicious barbecue and fried fish. St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church invites you to their annual Fall bazaar. Festivities begin on the church grounds with games, live music and a garage and plant sale.
Take a chance with the raffle and silent auction. The excitement begins Saturday at 10 a.m.

St. Therese of Lisieux Fall Bazaar
Saturday 11am-7pm
St. Therese of Lisieux Church, Gulfport
228-863-2870
Free

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