Weekend whereabouts: Sept. 27-29

SOUTH MISSISSIPPI (WLOX) - This is an event that you could attend solo or with family. First Baptist Church of Gulfport is holding a Gospel music concert and Christian dance on Saturday. This event is free and open to anyone. Some of the Christian and Gospel bands include: Kim Jordan, Mary Billings, Rock the Flock, Lost and Found, Frank Thompson and more.

Gospel Music and Christian Dance

Saturday, 6pm

First Baptist Church, Gulfport

Details: 228-831-3400

Several golf clubs throughout South Mississippi will host what's considered one of the greatest amateur team tournaments in Mississippi. The 39th Annual Slavic Invitational will be held at Shell Landing, Grand Bear Country Club, Sunkist Country Club and Windance Country Club and Fallen Oak. More than 500 teams are entered, which means more than 1,000 golfers will be participating.

39th Annual Slavic Invitational


Details: 228-374-9771

Sometimes it's hard to figure out just where to bring your children for a fun yet educational time. Children's International Summer Villages makes it easy for you with their International Children's Festival. This awesome event features games and activities for all ages. There are bouncy houses, games and live entertainment from the Blarney Coast.

CISV's International Children's Festival

Saturday, 10am-5pm

Biloxi Town Green


It's Fall and what better way to celebrate than with a corn maze. Seward Farms in Lucedale has an 8 acre corn maze. Will you be able to find your way out? The maze is open every Saturday until November 2. Click here for details: http://www.sewardsfarm.com/seward-farms-corn-maze.htm.

Corn Maze at Seward Farms

Saturday, 10am-9pm

Seward Farms, Lucedale


Tons of activity is lined up for the Hancock County Fair. This event features carnival rides, pageant contest, live music, PCA rodeo, exhibits and much more.

Hancock County Fair


Hancock County Multi-purpose Arena, Kiln

Details: 228-363-7268

The Bay St. Louis Little Theatre will open its latest production "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" on September 20.  The iconic play is a stage adaptation by Dale Wasserman from the novel by Ken Kesey. It opened on Broadway in 1963 with Kirk Douglas in the lead role as Randle Patrick McMurphy.  In 2001, the play received the Tony Award for Best Revival Play.

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest


Show times: all nights at 8pm and Sunday matinee at 2pm

Details: 228-864-2882

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