Complete Listing Of April Second Saturday Happenings!
Each month, the spotlight falls on two local merchants with a “Hot Spot” designation. While main Second Saturday activities take place from 4-8pm, Old Town celebrates throughout the day!
April "Hot Spot” – Uptown Interiors,111D Main Street – Exciting new thing are happening in 2013 at Uptown. You SPOKE and we listened. You missed our unique furniture and home decor so we are bringing it back! You wanted to see those great lamps and picture frames we were known for? YOU GOT IT! And don't worry because our adorable dresses, tops, jewelry and accessories are not going anywhere. Our spring and summer apparel is the best we have seen.
April “Hot Spot” – Bay St. Louis Little Theatre - Will be set up on Main Street selling Season's Tickets during Second Saturday, with live music by "Ten North Frederick!" This group recently won a prestigious Governor's Award for the Arts, so stop by and congratulate them!
200 North Beach Restaurant, 200 North Beach Blvd. - At this beachfront restaurant – with the Hurricane Hunter Bar - diners have the bonus of enjoying their meal with an unbeatable view. Selections range from sandwiches to steaks, crab cakes, five oyster selections, homemade gumbo with okra, and homemade potato chips that have been called addictive.
America’s Vacation Center, 131 Main Street - America's Vacation Center is thrilled to welcome three new ships to New Orleans later this year from Carnival, Norwegian and Royal Caribbean. We are offering many specials that make it even easier for you to take that cruise vacation you have been dreaming about!
Antique Maison, 111 N. Second Street – This 7000 sq. ft. antiques and collectibles mall features over 50 vendors. Everything from vintage fishing lures and hand tools to crystal glassware and furniture. Refreshments.
Bay Books, 131 Main Street - Author Cindy Nobles will be signing her award winning book The Delta Queen Cookbook: The History and Recipes of the Legendary Steamboat at Bay Books from 5:00-7:00.
Bay Breeze, 111A Main Street – The home of “Coast Style,” featuring everything from home décor to kayaks.
Bijoubel, 112 S. Second Street, in Century Hall - An exciting new line of fashion jewelry and accessories arriving from a recent New York City market trip.
Bea Connick’s Linen Apparel, Flax, Etc., 108 South Beach Blvd. – This Old Town favorite has moved into a spacious new location on the beach in the French Settlement building. Linen Apparel featuring Flax, Match Point, Mosaic, Arcopedico shoes and accessories. Handcrafted designer jewelry by Deerworks. 228-467-2800
BOB, “Built of Barnwood, 112 S. Second Street, in Century Hall – Reclaimed historic barnwood and other materials recycled to make distinctive home décor and accessories. Also featuring Swan Creek Candles.
Boesch & Company, 112 S. Second Street, in Century Hall – Architectural home decor items and furniture fashioned from salvaged antique and architectural materials. For Second Saturday, bringing new bookcases, tables, headboards as well as decorative items for 2nd Saturday.
California Drawstrings, Inside Maggie May’s at 126 Main Street - This iconic New Orleans resort wear store now has a stylish Old Town location. Clothing lines include Cut Loose, La Fixun, Tony Bahama for men, and Matchpoint. Great selection of hats, shoes, jewelry and scarves.
Carroll House Bed and Breakfast, 304 Carroll Ave. - Stay in the Bay & Play! Carroll House Bed & Breakfast, just 2 blocks from all the fun of Second Saturday. Call 866.300.2704 or go to: www.carrollhousebnb.com for reservations.
Century Hall, 112 South Second St. - Visit three new shops inside Century Hall, handmade home decor by "Beulah Baubles", discounted and off season linen and casual wear by Bea Connick at "Leftovers", and fine antique furnishings by "Charbonnet and Charbonnet".
Charlotte’s Hair Salon and Gifts, 203-B N. Second Street - Brand new line of Sylvia Corban designed décor and dining accessories. Refreshments.
Clay Creations, 220 Main Street - Artist Jenise McCardell has been fashioning small ceramic sculptures of regional homes, schools and churches along the Gulf Coast since 1980. The business has become a family affair through the years. The showroom – combined with the studio – displays over 1000 different designs.
Cypress Cafe, 300 South Second Street - This cozy cafe is located inside the recently restored historic City Hall, just steps from Main Street. Open for breakfast on Second Saturday, starting at 10am!
Depot Duck - 142 Blaize Ave (Depot District) – Old Town’s only Liquor & Wine store. Kick off Second Saturday at Depot Duck Happy Hour: 1-3pm with 5% off everything in the store including mini’s, splits and ready-mix cocktails. 228 463-0236.
Face and Body Advanced Aesthetics, 131E Main Street - Face and Body offers full aesthetic salon services for reasonable prices in a convenient Old Town location, including specialty waxing, lash and brow tinting, facings chemical peels and acne treatments.
Fiesta, 131 Main Street – Fiesta has the wonderful fair trade Mariposa purses back in stock. Mariposas is a wonderful project that helps Mexican women provide for their families and gives them the opportunity to learn a trade. Stop by to learn more about Fair Trade and how it can help change our world for the better.
The French Potager, 213 Main Street – Find great prices on antiques and home decor. Come on out for some great food and good times!
Gallery 220, 220 Main Street - Featured artist is Joanna Nygard Slay. A native of the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Slay will be exhibiting her art in conjunction with National Recycling Month. The artist is committed to efforts to reduce our footprints on the planet, and creates her work from broken dishes, furniture and other discarded items found in thrift stores and roadsides. As always, the two dozen artists of Gallery 220 and Clay Creations will be offering an assortment of food and drink as a gesture of appreciation to their patrons. For more information call 228.466.6347.
George’s Girls, 108 South Beach Blvd, Ste. B, inside the French Settlement building. Purveyors of Fine Linens. Purveyors of Fine Linens. Get ready for the beach!! Come see our new Spartina 449 beach totes and towels. We also have cute beach cover ups by Yala and Be Saxxy!
Gourmet Galley- 111 Main Street - A culinary delight that has something for every cook! Featuring lines such as Le Creuset, Wusthof, Nordic Ware, USA Pan and more. Now carrying Fiestaware too!
Identity Vintage, 131 Main Street – Identity Vintage is ready for spring and fully stocked with colorful, cool and breezy Vintage apparel, hats, handbags and jewelry. The decor wall features mid century and antique treasures for your home. A truly unique shopping experience.
Jean Ann’s Fashion Express, located in the rear of Maggie May's Art Gallery, at 126 Main Street, " best kept secret in Old Town!" Colorful shell, fish, turtle cotton dresses and cool swing dresses sized small to extra large have arrived at Jean Ann's Fashion Express. Don't allow your credit card to be scanned through your purse or pocket, we have a fun variety of armored wallets!
Lime Pi Digital, 112 S. Second Street - Lime Pi Digital has become a Google AdWords Certified Partner. This is a significant achievement and shows Lime Pi Digital's ability and understanding of the digital marketing space. Visit www.limepi.com/certified-adwords-partner/ for more information on this achievement.
Maggie Maysand Lulu’s, 126 Main Street - Art by over thirty regional artists, home décor items including work Marlin Miller, pottery by Casey Willems, also products by Thymes.
Magnolia Antiques, 200 Main St. - Come out to enjoy this fun event and bring a few dollars to make that unexpected purchase when you spot “that thing you can’t live without!” Magnolia Antiques is full of memories and fun collectibles! As usual Jake will be there to greet you!
Mockingbird Café, 110 S. Second Street – Come one and all to Second Saturday at The Mockingbird. Music under the stars will be provided by the Oak Street Boys. Enjoy offerings from our new menu til 5, then World Famous Mockingburgers(both meat and veggie available) will sizzle and provide the perfect compliment to your Lazy Magnolia beer. Check out the hot art (paintings, encaustics and photographs)from Mockingbird artists Marsha Prejean, Sue Louvier, Diane Chunn and Kat Fitzpatrick. Also joining us this month is Joyce King, well known Coast artist with "All About Food": tasty paintings of your favorite foods on canvas and tar paper! Come see us!
Screaming Porch Gift Co., 106 S. Second St. - Shop owner Kelsey Bigelow carries products that fit the store’s criteria for uniqueness - from home décor, to soaps and candles, to the ever-popular Mississippi Pickle Fork.
Shoe Boutique, Inside Maggie May’s at 126 Main Street - The popular Hwy 90 store has opened a new satellite location in Old Town and features a special selection of coast-casual shoes.
Social Chair, 201 Main Street – Spin to Win is back at Social Chair for Second Saturday Artwalk. Spending $25, earns you the chance to spin our wheel. Gift Certificates, Susan Shaw Jewelry and Free Beer are on our wheel! Gift Dip Mixes will be Buy 1-Get 1 half price. New Naughty Betty card line is hilarious and fully stocked. Great new gifts for Men, including flasks, travel mugs, books and hats, with 14 colors of BSL hats.
Southern Accents, 125 Main Street - Great real wood hand made corner cabinets, baby gifts, custom corn hole boards and any size custom vinyl graphics.
The Sycamore House, 210 Main Street - in a historic Arcadian cottage, has garnered a regional reputation as one of the best restaurants on the entire Gulf Coast. The menu ranges from melt-in-your-mouth steaks to seasonal specialities like cassoulet of local rabbit with fennel.
That Souvenir Place 207 Main St - Local art, gifts, beach supplies, BSL novelties, sno-balls, ice cream, etc.
Time After Time, 112 S. Second Street, in Century Hall – Antiques, collectibles, linens and glassware. Specialize in furniture these artisans have personally refinished and restored. Furniture, glassware and pottery at special pricing for Second Saturday shoppers.
Twin Light Creations, Garden & Home Décor, 136 Main Street – TWIN LIGHT CREATIONS, Garden & Home Decor of Distinction, in celebration of their 13th year anniversary, has the largest stock ever of handmade metal garden art arriving just in time for Second Saturday! Come enjoy the elements of nature and take a little of the "Light" with you. Refreshments will be served overlooking the gardens.
Ya-Ya’s, 112 S. Second Street, in Century Hall – The eclectic shop "Where Everything old is New Again" has many newly hand painted pieces. Ya Ya's uses Annie Sloan Paint's and Waxes which is a high quality chalk paint which gives a wonderful luster to all painted pieces. Come in and see all the great furniture and restored pieces.
You're Invited - 111 Main Street - You're invited carries a huge selection of custom invitations and stationary. Great stock of gifts with Nouvelle Candles, PSA Stamps and Embossers.