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Downtown Event Calendar
February 4Come to the Cultural Center, 723 N. Main Street, Tuesday, February 4 for the first installment of the Freedom Summer Dialogues featuring Anthony J. Harris author of "Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me 'Round: A Coming-of-age Story and Personal Account of the Civil Rights Movement in Hattiesburg, Mississippi" Open to the public. Copies of Harris' book will be available for purchase.
February 6The USM Center for the Study of War and Society presents featured spearker Dr. Robert Gates, former U.S. Secretary of Defense and Director of the CIA, February 6 7pm at the Hattiesburg Saenger Theatre. This lecture series is free and open to the public.
February 7Southern Miss Basketball. Marshall vs Southern Miss. Tip-off 8:30 pm at Reed Green Coliseum. To The Top!
February 8Hattiesburg Arts Council presents: Gospel Brunch and Scenes from Driving Mrs. Daisy Hattiesburg Cultural Center Saturday, February 8 at 11am. Public Invited
February 9Southern Miss Basketball. Charlotte vs Southern Miss. Tip-off 1:00 pm at Reed Green Coliseum. To The Top!
February 16Concert for Dr. Dana Ragsdale: A Celebration of Her Life & A Dedication to Her Heart - 2:30pm Sunday, February 16 at the Library of Hattiesburg, 329 Hardy Street. Presented by friends, former students and The Library of Hattiesburg, Petal & Forrest County. Free Admission
February 20Southern Miss Basketball. UTSA vs Southern Miss. Tip-off 7:00 pm at Reed Green Coliseum. To The Top!
February 21 - 23Southern Miss Baseball Louisiana-Lafayette vs Southern Miss at The Pete. To The Top!
February 22Southern Miss Basketball. UTEP vs Southern Miss. Tip-off 1:00 pm at Reed Green Coliseum. To The Top!
March 4Freedom Summer Dialogues: The Political Winds of Change Cultural Center, 723 N. Main Street, 11:30 am Second installment of the Freedom Summer Dialogues featuring Robert Moses, learder in the 1960s Civil Rights Movement and founder of the U.S. Algebra Project. Event is FREE and open to the public.
April 1Freedom Summer Dialogues: The Role of the Arts Cultural Center, 723 N. Main Street, 11:30 am Third installment of the Freedom Summer Dialogues. The Hattiesburg High School Speech and Debate students will perform dramatic interpretations of The Color Purple. Event is FREE and open to the public.
April 12Hattiesburg Craft Beer Festival 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Hattiesburg Historic Train Depot. For tickets visit Hattiesburg Craft Beer Festival website.
Artistic Scavenger HuntAn Egg-Sighting Artistic Scavenger Hunt April 12 from 9am to 6pm Clues & Details Available Where Posters Are Displayed Prizes & Surprises!!!
Southern Miss OperaTuesday, April 22 and Thursday, April 24 the Southern Miss Opera will perform Sour Angelica at the Old Forrest County Courthouse in Historic Downtown located at 200 West Pine. Both concerts are Free!
PRAM of MississippiWelcome PRAM of Mississippi to Converge Hattiesburg 2014! Welcome Event at the Saenger Theater in Historic Downtown on Wednesday, April 23.
Earth DayKeep Hattiesburg Beautiful & Hattiesburg Farmers Market 2014 Earth Day Celebration Entertainment by: T-Bone Pruitt Thursday, April 24, 2014 3p.m. – 6p.m. Town Square Park
Downtown Crawfish JamThe 16th Annual Downtown Crawfish Jam Saturday, April 26th Go to www.facebook.com/DCJfest for more information!
Free Comic Book Day May 3rdFree Comic Book Day at Southern Fried Comics! Join us for a day of free comics, live music, a kid's costume contest, and more! And as always, we are working with a great local charity - this year it's the United Blood Services of MS. Saturday, May 3rd 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Frozen Saturday May 3rdCome Join Us For A Movie Night In The Park! Admission Is Free, Concessions Will Be Available! DATE: Saturday, May 3rd WHERE: Town Square Park, Historic Downtown TIME: 8pm MORE INFO: Call 601-545-4667 Brought to you by the City of Hattiesburg Parks and Recreation and Little Dog Cinema
May 6Freedom Summer Dialogues: The Role of Women in the Movement Cultural Center, 723 N. Main Street, 11:30 am Fourth and final installment of the Freedom Summer Dialogues. Event is FREE and open to the public.
May 8-11HCLO presents Les Misérables: May 8-10 evening performance and May 11 afternoon matinee Hattiesburg’s Historic Saenger Theatre. Exact showtimes and details coming soon. Tickets will be priced at tiered seating: $25 Floor Row A-O / Balcony Row A & B $20 Floor Row P-X / Balcony Row C-D-E $15 Second Balcony
FestivalSouth June 7-21FestivalSouth June 7-21, 2014. Go to festivalsouth.org for event information.
Musical for Kids!Midsummer Musical Theatre Experience presents: The Journey of Noble Garble. Woods Theatre on the campus of Southern Miss. Performances Friday, June 27 at 10 am, 12 pm, 2 pm and 4 pm. Tickets are $5.00 at the door. For more information, contact Robin Carr, MMTE Camp Director at 601-266-6442 or firstname.lastname@example.org
October 25Southern Miss Football La Tech vs Southern Miss at The Rock - A Rivalry in Dixie. To The Top!