Our week ahead continues to elicit festive feelings, what with winter decor, holiday cocktails and Christmas music, too!
Winter Wilder-Land Décor – MS Museum of Natural Science – Ongoing
See the museum decorated for the holiday season with 30+ wintery, decorated indoor trees and shimmering “snowflake” décor that will make the weather seem refreshingly chilly on your next museum visit. Admire the seasonal dioramas of Mississippi wildlife on permanent display, take a selfie in the Winter Wilder-Land photo opportunity and then hit the outdoor trails for a real winter’s day walk. This is not an event but an invitation to visit the museum.
Cocktails and Cookies – Virtual – Thursday – 7 p.m.
Led by Babalu’s drink master, Michelle Laverty, the 30-minute session will walk you through how to make a green apple sangria (“How the Grinch Stole 2020″ Apple Sangria) and ginger hibiscus cranberry moonshine mule that can be scaled up to share with pals. Tickets are available here.
Look and Learn with Hoot | The Garden of Monsieur Monet – Virtual – Friday 10:30 a.m.
Look and Learn is a monthly literacy and art-making program for children aged 5 and under with their families. This month, MMA will learn about Claude Monet’s gardens and life in a fun reading, “The Garden of Monsieur” by Giancario Ascari Pia Valentinis. Tickets to Van Gogh, Monet, Degas, and Their Times to view works from Claude Monet, including “Water Irises,” are available.
Belhaven Foodie Tour – Belhaven Neighborhood – Saturday 2 p.m. (Only two spots remain!)
More Than a Tourist takes you on a tasting of six different spots while learning a little bit about this romantic neighborhood nestled in the middle of Jackson, Mississippi. Bring your appetite, stretchy pants and comfortable shoes. The Manship Woodfired Kitchen, Keifer’s Restaurant, Campbell’s Craft Donuts, Elvie’s Restaurant, Lou’s Full-Serv and Fenians Irish Pub are featured. Click the link above to purchase tickets.
The Vamps Annual Holiday Show – Duling Hall – Saturday 7:30 p.m. This show has been canceled.
We strongly encourage you to follow COVID-19 guidelines set forth by the City of Jackson (while there is not a current statewide mask mandate, facial coverings ARE still required in the city of Jackson along with social distancing and crowd size limits). See City guidelines here.