Join us in the Midtown neighborhood for exciting and new events!
Know Your Rights forum
Saturday, April 27th 10AM - 12PM
Make sure to check out this awesome "Know Your Rights" Forum hosted by one of our analysts, Jovaunda Smith. Learn more about juvenile justice AND have a delicious lunch from CS'S. We hope to see you there!
Kick up the dust trail run
Saturday, April 27th 8AM - 11AM
The Good Samaritan Center and N.U.T.S. (Neat USed Things for Sale) is hosting a 4K, 8K, and 12K trail run at the Mississippi College Choctaw Trails on Saturday, April 27th starting at 8AM.
Best Day Ever!
Saturday, April 27th 11AM-3:30PM
It's the Best Day Ever! Kicking off spring/summer 2019 with the latest brunch/dance party in the Capital City.
Food: Bottomless Mimosas, Catfish, Grits
Music Duties: DJ Young Venom
Hosted By: Theca Jones of 242 Creative & Offbeat
When: April 27th
Where: Offbeat 151 Wesley Ave Jackson MS, 39209
For tickets, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/best-day-ever-brunch-party-tickets-59972730050
Saturday, May 18th 2PM-7PM
The Business Association of Midtown (BAM) will be hosting MIDFEST, our annual street festival on Saturday, May 18, from 2PM - 7PM featuring businesses, products, performances, food and drinks that are “Made in Midtown.” Made in Midtown is a brand created to promote the growing business and creative culture that exists in the Midtown Neighborhood.
All of your favorite Midtown businesses will be open along with vendors on site selling the best arts and crafts, food and drinks and the coolest live music around!
THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!!
Wilson Ave (between Wesley & Millsaps) in the Midtown Arts District!
holiday studio tours
Saturday, December 1st 3PM-8PM
Join us on December 1st for Holiday Studio Tours! Come out and tour businesses in Midtown as well as participate in the Holiday Scavenger Hunt for your chance to win many incredible prizes! Fun for the whole family!!
“This project is supported in part by funding from the Mississippi Arts Commission, a state agency.”
A Body, An Archive - Opening Reception
November 2nd-December 5th
An exhibition of visual artworks exploring the roles our bodies play as intersections and origin points for enacting and disrupting cultural narratives.
A Body, An Archive features a cross-section of regional artists affiliated with Alternate ROOTS and will be on display November 2-December 5.
Third Saturday of Each Month
This year Significant Developments is hosting a monthly family event at OffBeat in Midtown. On the Third Saturday of each month, they are hosting a FREE family art activity featuring artist Lesley Collins with family music from dj cereal milk. Additionally, OffBeat will be open for browsing records, comic books, and their collectible toys.