JACKSON, MISS– If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, there’s plenty happening around the state.
To feed your artsy side, head to The Art-er Limits Fringe Festival in Oxford. The goal of the festival is simple: provide artists a place to share their work. Get out on the Square and check out concerts, art work, designs and more. Find out more about this event https://www.facebook.com/oxfordfringefest/.
Then get crafty with the Craftsman Guild’s Summer Showcase in Ridgeland not only will you get to celebrate handcrafted works of art in this two-day event, you’ll also get to practice the Art of Tailgating and enjoy a Jazz brunch. What you need to know about this event here http://craftsmensguildofms.org/eventscalendar/guild-summer-showcase-2016/.
Next 1930’s Hollywood comes alive in Natchez with Moonlight and Magnolias. The play is based on hit playwrights of old working together to figure out why the classic Gone With the Wind just does not work while they survive on peanuts. With this performance at the Little Theater, you’ll feel like you’re in the 30’s with them. Get your tickets here http://www.natchezlittletheatre.org/moonlight-and-magnolias.html.