With the change in weather, more vendors are popping up at the Tuesday Market in Gulfport, including Darlene Godfrey with her rum cakes in different flavors
A showing of art by neuro-diverse youngsters and young adults was held Saturday, October 21 at the City of Imagination in Gulfport
Kayakers enjoyed an guided tour through the mangroves Saturday, October 21, courtesy of Boyd Hill Environmental Education Center
And October 14 celebration at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve marked the 100th anniversary of the neighborhood of Lakewood Estates
“They definitely turn some heads,” Kenny said of the cars, which both men use as their primary vehicles and drive daily.
Gulfport’s end-of-summer Geckofest street fair drew enthusiastic throngs on September 2 to partake in all of the best the city has to offer.
GHS is asking anyone interested in historic Gulfport to fill out a survey describing what they’d like to see preserved.
“That’s what Gulfport’s all about – peace and love,” said attendee Jackie Kreuter. “This couldn’t have been a better Gecko Ball.”
“I could not be more proud of last year’s accomplishments and want to thank our entire community for their support,” says Principal Hathaway.
With the donation of the kits, each of the Gulfport Fire Department’s four vehicles will now be able to carry oxygen masks for pets.
Guests at the well-attended event also enjoyed a buffet and sang “Happy Birthday” as city officials blew out the candles on a birthday cake.
Ground was officially broken June 20 for the $73 million multi-use complex anchoring the redevelopment of the swath of lower 34th Street S. known as the Skyway Marina District.