Archive for Local Events
Meridian Main Street presents a Fall concert series in conjunction with the Meridian/Lauderdale County Tourism Bureau.
“After Five Alive’
The 11th Annual Queen City Fair starts today at the Lauderdale County Agri-Center.
The fair will continue through Sunday, Oct. 7.
The themes each night for this year’s fair are:
• Oct. 1, from 4-10 p.m. – Coca-Cola presents School Day at the Fair. One free ride with a Coca-Cola coupon, plus free gate admission from 4-5 p.m.
• Oct. 2, from 4-10 p.m. – Facebook Day. Check in at the Queen City Fair and receive $2 off gate admission.
• Oct. 3, from 4-10 p.m. – Youth Nite at the Fair. Cost: $20, includes gate admission and unlimited rides.
• Oct. 4, from 4-10 p.m. – WTOK-TV presents “Meridian’s Most Talented”
• Oct. 5, from 4 p.m. to midnight – Military Day; half-off gate admission with valid military ID
• Oct. 6, from noon to midnight – Meridian Star Day; $1 rides from noon to 4 p.m.
• Oct. 7, from noon to 8 p.m. – Comcast Spotlight presents Family Fun Day. Gate admission for two adults and two kids is $20.
Terrance Roberts joins Kelly Corey, Scott Gray and Bill Smith on ‘The Morning Show.’ Terrance is a Mississippi Story teller. Click the link below to watch the show.
David Zettler joins The Morning Show with Jason Armstrong, Bill Smith and The Dog. David is a founding member of Rubber Soul, a band that covers, celebrates the Beatles’ music, including much of the visual imagery of the Beatles. Rubber Soul recreates the Beatles’ sound and the excitement of a Beatles concert. Click the link below to watch the interview.
Band Mousai joins Scott Gray and Bill Smith on The Morning Show. Mousai is part of the 59 Twenty Festival. Click the links below to watch the band.
Russell Christian 56 Calvary Christian 14
Meridian 49 Natchez 0
Oak Grove 41 Forest Hill 14
West Lauderdale 46 Newton 12
Lamar 33 Leake Academy 21
Quitman 14 Southeast 12
Nanih Waiya 46 Clarkdale 10
Enterprise 62 Choctaw Central 22
Forest 41 Scott Central 14
Philadelphia 48 Leflore County 6
Morton 52 Northeast Lauderdale 34
Neshoba Central 35 Yazoo City 21
Madison St. Joe 21 Union 20
Newton Academy 38 Heidelberg Academy 36
Noxubee County 42 Kemper County 18
Patrician Academy 34 Escambia Academy 28
Purvis 35 St. Stanislaus 27
North Forrest 26 Bay Springs 6
Pelahatchie 68 Sebastopol 35
Wayne County 30 Pearl 21
Olive Branch 49 Southaven 41
Gulfport 56 St. Martin 14
South Panola 21 Horn Lake 3
‘The Afternoon Show’ on ‘MOX. Join Al Brown and Cat Owen, Al and Ellie Massey, Al and Krilecia Gianakos, Al and Leigh Anne Whittle and Al and Kelly Becton Corey 3p-5p Monday through Friday. Click the link below to hear our brand new local afternoon show.
Steve Forbert and Webb Wilder will be the guest artists on the Sucarnochee Revue Special Concert Series September 2nd @ 7 pm at the Temple Theater in Meridian, Ms. Bring $15 (regular Revues are still ten bucks) and as Webb always says, “Work hard, rock hard, eat hard, sleep hard, grow big, wear glasses if you need ‘em!”
Presented by the Meridian Lauderdale County Tourism Commission
Meridian Main Street
Ready to go on a cruise?
We may not have Tom Cruise in our office, but we do have cruise raffle tickets! For just $25 you can enter to win a Caribbean cruise for two for either a 4 or 5 day stay (your choice!). Tickets can be purchased in our office at 2120-A 5th Street or from any MMS board member. Drawing to be held July 19 and you do not need to be present to win!
Get ready for the State Games of MS 20th Anniversary - Opening Ceremonies, June 17, 2011, in Downtown Meridian
2011 State Games of Mississippi Prelminary Schedule
June 1 All Star Baseball Tryouts
June 2-5 Junior High Baseball
June 4 Martial Arts, Cross Country
June 4-5 Youth Soccer Districts
June 11 Slow/Fast Pitch Softball, Barrel Racing, Track and Field
June 10-12 Youth Tennis, High School Team Baseball
June 17 Registration, Opening Ceremonies
June 18 Adult Basketball, Powerlifting,5K Road Race,
2-Person Volleyball, Judo, Fencing, Disc Golf
June 18-19 Archery, Youth Soccer, Bowling, Canoe/Kayak
June 19 Cycling-Time Trials
June 22-26 High School All-Star Baseball
June 22-23 Junior Golf
June 23-26 Stickball, High School Basketball
June 25 Flag Football, Master Swimming,
June 26 Mountain Bike
May 13-15 Youth Swimming