At the Saenger Theatre in Downtown Biloxi, they're presenting "The Last Ride", the story of the life of Hank Williams and his love affair with the city.
The movie and a 10 minute documentary about Hanks time in Biloxi starts at 1:30 Sunday afternoon.
Award winning fiddler Amanda Shaw will light up the state with her cajun energy Saturday night at 7:30 at The Mary C. Tix are $15 for members, $18 for non-members.
The Mississippi Gulf Coast Multiple Sclerosis Society's annual "Share-with MSers" fundraiser is Saturday from 5-8 at the D'Iberville Civic Center. They'll have music, door prizes, and a silent auction.
It's another "Third Friday" in Downtown Pascagoula, with live music, local artists, activities and specials at the stores and restaurants between 5 and 8pm on Delmas Avenue.
The Bay St. Louis Little Theatre is opening its seasons with the comedy parody "Nine to Five" based on the screenplay by Colin Higgins and Patricia Resnick. 8-10pm Friday and Saturday, and then a 2pm matinee Sunday.
Learn how to grow fall vegetables in containers during a free program Saturday at the St. Martin Public Library. 10-11:30am
There's a "Walk for Diabetes" Saturday at Jones Park in Gulfport. The 5k walk/run has a Mardi Gras theme, and will be followed by a picnic lunch. Starts at 9am and should wrap up around noon.