Beat the heat and help the Hancock Animal Shelter at the same time during Dog Days of Summer, a very special Second Saturday Artwalk. On Saturday, August 10th, Old Town Bay St. Louis heats up with lots of special events - in addition to the regular Artwalk family festivities!
Bake Sale, Costume Contest for STUFFED animals (it's probably too hot for Fido this month!) and lots of merchants are offering specials to help benefit Friends of the Animal Shelter! There's even a cool home tour - check out hot properties in Old Town and owners/realtors will donate pet food to the shelter! Click here for full details and a map!
August "Hot Spot” – Social Chair - For Dog Days of Summer - Dog & Cat (& Bird) Sachets, Buy One-Get One 1/2 off. Social Chair is celebrating being named the BEST GIFT SHOP in the state by Mississippi Magazine. Out front, live music provided by Tom Carlton and, the new local favorites, Sadie & Aidan Pohl. Both acts are extremely talented and sure to be a not miss part of Second Saturday. Bands are graciously sponsored by The Peoples Bank. Social Chair is also celebrating their own royal birth of Queen Georgie, our baby zebra finch. Celebrating with all dip mixes BUY ONE-GET ONE FREE, ALL FURNITURE 30% OFF the lowest marked price. We need to make room for all of our new merchandise. We will also have our "Spin to Win" wheel for every purchase over $25.00. Chances to win Susan Shaw jewelry, Gift Certificates and other great prizes!
August “Hot Spot” –Gabby's Lounge - 119 Main Street. DJ Rod spins the tunes on the front porch of Gabbies so make sure to wear your dancing shoes!!
200 North Beach Restaurant, 200 North Beach Blvd. - Live Music and specialty drinks during Second Saturday. 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 Tami Hotard will be signing her book In Pursuit of Pat O'Brien on Saturday, August 10th from 5:30-7:00. Tami Hotard is local girl that grew up on the Mississippi Gulf Coast and graduated fromOur Lady Academy in 1988. Tami currently resides in on the Gulf Coast of Florida. Tami Hotard is the author of Big Charity: Breakdown at Charity Hospital and children’s book This Will Be Your Will See. For more information about Tami Hotard, visit www.mybaybooks.com
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.
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.
Built of Barnwood - 112 S. Second St., in Century Hall - Furniture. accessories & decor made from reclaimed wood. Swan Creek candles
Cafe de Port - 108 S. Beach Blvd Suite E - Unique coffee bar by the harbor serving espresso, chai, flavored ice tea and more. Free Wi-Fi available. Cafe de Port is beating the heat and celebrating back to school with Iced and Frozen coffees as well as Root Beer Floats! 10% all root beer float sells goes to Friends of the Animal Shelter!
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 thirteen unique shops full of antiques, furniture, home decor, art, jewelry, and other specialty items. During the Dog Days of Summer Second Saturday, Century Hall will have a donation jar out and MATCH any donations given to Friends of the Animal Shelter! New mixed media pieces by Vick Niolet and special visit by Ocean Springs artist, Erika Johnson at "Family Tradition" inside Century Hall. Stay cool, temperature and style wise, inside 112 South Second Street with some sizzle and sass at Paper Moon where you can get the new "Keep Calm in Old Town" T Shirts.
Charlotte’s Hair Salon and Gifts, 203-B N. Second Street - 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.
Depot Duck - 142 Blaize Ave (Depot District) – Old Town’s only Liquor & Wine store. Duck into "The Duck" for your summer libations! New item: Mississippi-made Honeysuckle Vodka and fresh watermelon makes a great Cooler. (featured in Southern Living mag). Summer sale in progress: Great buys on liquor, wine and glassware. 228 463-0236 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 – Passing out treats for both dogs and people during Dog Days of August Second Saturday. Find great prices on antiques and home decor. Come on out for some great food and good times!
Gallery 220, 220 Main Street - Join the artists of Gallery 220 and Clay Creations, refreshments and live music! Always one of the "happening" spots on Second Saturday.
George’s Girls, 108 South Beach Blvd, Ste. B, inside the French Settlement building. Purveyors of Fine Linens. Back to school time!! Send your students off to college well-prepared with backpacks, computer bags, laundry bags, PJs and bedding. New inventory in from Hadaki, Yala and Sailor Bag.
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, Suite A - Identity Vintage is feline fabulous for Second Saturday and stock full of great vintage finds in apparel, accessories and decor. Say "MEOW" at checkout for a 5% discount or bring in a can or bag of cat food for donation to the Hancock County Animal Shelter for a 10% discount off your entire purchase!
Jean Ann’s Fashion Express, located down the hall in Maggie May's at 126 Main Street is featuring "One of a Kind" handcrafted jewelry by New Orleanian Doug of Westbrook Art. Dragonflies, hummingbirds, and fleur de lys are a few of Doug's collection of pins and pendants on display at Fashion Express. Cool and cutsie ladies apparel for the hot summer months would be to your advantage to check out!
Jesse J's -112 S. Second Street, inside Century Hall. Come visit the newly opened contemporary shop inside Century Hall to find the latest young trends in fashion and home decor in this unique "Serendipital Boutique"!
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. - A donation means a discount! Bring in a donation for Friends of the Animal Shelter and receive a 10% discount! Everything's hot at Magnolia Antiques! Come and browse down memory lane, see what's old and what's "new." Unique numbered watercolor prints from Mr. Harold Carver's collection of original watercolors are still available. Magnolia Antiques is full of memories and fun collectibles, with great prices and great bargains! As usual Jake will be there to greet you!
Mockingbird Café, 110 S. Second Street – Spend 2nd Saturday under the stars with a juicy "world famous"Mockingburger(or its veggie cousin) and a Lazy Magnolia brew. Music will be provided by "Directionals" for your dancing and listening pleasure. Come inside to view a variety of paintings(encaustic beeswax, acrylic and oil) and drawings by local and regional artists.
Purple Banana Frozen Yogurt - 108 S. Beach Blvd. Guess the weight of your yogurt and get it free! Also check in with us on Facebook and get a 15% discount.
Redfish Gallery - 125 Main Street, Suite C - We mat and frame your ART or ours. We have several new artists.
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.
Southern Accents, 125 Main Street - Home décor with southern charm, soy candles, frames, art, children’s items
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 specialties 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. Come see what you can save with our Big Discounts from Antiques, Ocean Accents, Art and More! Also back from popular demand our "BAY BLIZZ" build your own sno-ball layered with real ice cream and your choice of candy, What a Treat!!!
Time After Time, 112 S. Second Street, in Century Hall – Antiques, collectibles, linens and glassware! We specialize in furniture artisans have personally refinished and restored.
Trapani's Eatery - 116 N. Beach Blvd. Fresh local seafood back in the original location on the Bay St. Louis beachfront!
Twin Light Creations, Garden & Home Décor, 136 Main Street – For Dog Days of Summer: show a realtor's business card, on purchases of $25 or more and Twin Light Creations will make a donation to "Friends of the Animal Shelter". NEW ARRIVALS - Just in time for the "Dog Days of Summer", when light breezes can turn your yard into a magical paradise! Add whimsy to your garden with Dancing Flamingos, Herons and Egrets. Hand made in the USA, they move like they are real! Create a focal point with a Kenetic Patina Leaf Wind Directional that is a functional piece of garden art. Enjoy the elements of nature and take a little of the "Light" with you in the heart of Old Town.
Uptown Interiors, 111D Main Street – A contemporary store filled with clothing, gifts, flambeau lighting, home décor, bridal registry.
Ya-Ya’s, 112 S. Second Street, in Century Hall – Ya-Ya's, Where Everything Old is New Again, has great vintage 1950's boys covered Wagon furniture painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint. Come by and take a look. Many vintage, newly painted pieces to choose from. Mr. Ya Ya also makes reclaimed cedar and redwood enclosed coolers, custom and ready made.
You're Invited - 111 Main Street - Sales equals donations to the Friends of the Animal Shelter during the Second Saturday Artwalk! You're invited carries a huge selection of custom invitations and stationary. Great stock of gifts with Nouvelle Candles, PSA Stamps and Embossers.
100 Men Hall - 303 Union Street - The House Katz perform on Saturday, Feb. 8 at 8pm. Doors at 7pm. Tickets $15. Call 228-342-5770 for info.
Americas Vacation Center - 131 Main St - With the temperatures at historic lows you might be picturing yourself on a Caribbean island or on the deck of a cruise ship. Make that daydream a reality by stopping by America's Vacation Center to book your winter vacation. Great deals for the month of February include discounts on Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruises from New Orleans and early booking specials on Carnival.
Bay Books,131 Main Street - James Carville and Mary Matalin will be at Bay Books from 6:00-7:00 on Saturday, February 8th to sign their new book, Love & War: Twenty Years, Three Presidents, Two Daughters and One Louisiana Home. For more information about this event or to reserve your copy, please contact Bay Books at 228.463.2688
Baytique - 203B N. Second St. HUGE Winter clearance, up to 50% OFF all leggings, scarves, Hoodies, winter dresses, long sleeve T’s. We are making room for Spring merchandise! www.bay-tique.com
The Bay Town Inn - 208 North Beach Blvd - With ten King Suites complete with parlor, kitchen area, full bath and king bedded guest room, its perfect for your family coming to visit for Second Saturday or to treat yourself any time of month.
Bonner Collection - 108 S. Beach Blvd. Suite D - pamper her "heart" for valentins' day with a selection from our new arrivals of our popular jewelry..also- lots of new merchandize for all your mardi gras activities.---come celebrate!
Carroll House Bed and Breakfast, 304 Carroll Ave. - The Carroll House Bed & Breakfast is the perfect setting for any occasion or event, Weddings, Showers, and Parties. This elegant, historic home and beautiful grounds will make any event a memorable one. Call 866.300.2704 or go to: www.carrollhousebnb.com for reservations.
Century Hall, 112 South Second Street - At Century Hall this month, a special winter gallery section features work by two local mixed media artists. John Walrod will exhibit Steampunk constructions and Vicki Niolet will show current assemblages and jewelry. Century Hall's thirteen different shops offer new products, gifts, wearables, and home decor for unique shopping.
Fashion Express - Down the long hall at Maggie May’s Art Gallery (126 Main Street) - FEBRUARY SALE! 30% to 50% off of ladies apparel, jewelry, and gifts! The Maurice Milleur, Victoria Lynn and Pouchee Collections are excluded! Get a Great Deal for your Valentine! Mardi Gras gifts are available!
Fiesta - 131 Main St - Fiesta is having winter sale! Purchase of a Fair Trade product shows that you're conscious of the impact your purchases have on the lives of other people. Stop by to learn more and see our selection of unique crafts made by Fair Trade artisans.
The French Potager - 213 Main Street - Make your way down to The French Potager for fantastic finds and great deals on vintage and antique items. Some of our "new" arrivals include vintage winter and fall jackets, regional books, and a collector's paradise of vintage Mardi Gras regalia. Shop with us on Second Saturday and enjoy complimentary refreshments throughout the shop.
George’s Girls - 108 S. Beach Blvd. Ste B, - inside the French Settlement building. Purveyors of Fine Linens. Come see our new expansion -it is not finished but we have a great start and lots of new items arriving daily!!
Magnolia Antiques - on the corner of Main and 2nd Streets has lots of "new" old items. Join us for your favorite meatballs on 2nd Saturday. Check us out all month. We have lots more we're bringing in every week! Let us know if you're looking for something special!
Social Chair, 201 Main Street - Social Chair is ready to let the good times roll with an abundance of Mardi Gras decorations and court gifts. We have purple, green and gold glitter acrylic stemless wine glasses, insulated tumblers, jewelry, scarves and purses.
Twin Light Creations, 136 Main Street - Arriving just in time for Second Saturday, all of your favorite dancing birds! Flamingos, Pelicans, Egrets and Herons! Come enjoy the elements of nature and take a little of the "Light" with you.