Saturday’s Southern Soigne “Guestarant Dinner” features seafood.

It’s been six months since we last brought you a look at local events (thanks, COVID-19!)

Today, and every Monday, we’ll begin looking ahead – for the entire week – to keep you in the loop in #JXNMS. It won’t be every single event for the week, but a curated look – an editor’s choice if you will.

A couple of disclaimers: events are noted by location or, in the case of an online-only presentation, we’ll use “Virtual” as the venue.

Secondly, we will strongly encourage you to follow COVID-19 restrictions set forth by the City of Jackson. Those include wearing a face covering and social distancing. Stay informed of additional public health guidance on the state level and in Jackson to minimize risk to themselves and others.

Saints vs. Raiders – Duling Hall – Monday 7:15 p.m.
Offering a safer alternative to a crowded sports bar, with socially distant table placement, a limited capacity, food and drink table service, and a massive high definition, LED screen to watch the game. Featuring food specials provided by Saltine and drink specials from Cathead Distillery & Southern Beverage. Purchase a two or four-top table, which will be for your use only, for the entirety of the game.

Trivia – Hal & Mal’s – Wednesday 7 p.m.
Trivia is back! We’ll do 4 rounds, 10 questions each, winners will receive prizes and we will have drink & food specials! No cover to play and you can have up to 6 people on a team! Wear your mask for entry. Tables will be distanced and hand sanitizer available.

District Thursday Fall Edition – District at Eastover – Thursday 6 p.m.
SIP + EAT food/drinks from Cultivation Food Hall, Fine & Dandy and Sophomore Spanish Club and hear outdoor, live music from Kyle Graves. Social distancing required.

Mississippi Distilled: Sounds of Prohibition – VIRTUAL – Thursday Noon
A virtual exploration of the music performed around the state and on the Gold Coast during the days of Prohibition with host and blues historian, Scott Barretta. Musicians Jesse Robinson, Nellie Mack, Willie Silas, and Sherill Holly will also present live performances and share their stories about the Prohibition era. The program will stream live from the Museum of Mississippi History’s Facebook page.

2020 Walk to End Alzheimer’s – Metro Jackson – VIRTUAL – Saturday 9:30 a.m. (opening ceremonies)
Walk to End Alzheimer’s won’t be a large in-person gathering this year. Instead, organizers invite you to walk in your neighborhood in small teams of friends and family while others in your community do the same. Donate to the cause here.

Opening Day: City in the Grass – Mississippi Museum of Art – Saturday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Ans outdoor exhibit by Leonardo Drew, “City in the Grass” is made of aluminum panels with vividly colored sand to evoke a Persian carpet in motion. The artist intends for viewers to imagine being giants like Gulliver, the hero of Jonathan Swift’s 1726 satire, in fictional Lilliput, as they wander through his bird’s-eye view of the city.

Southern Soigné “Guestaurant” Dinner – 1800 Belmont Street – Saturday
The Southern Soigne experience is an elaborate multi-course meal, this time focusing on seafood. Settle in for a dining experience featuring the cuisine of Chef Zacchaeus Golden. Using his years of training received in some of America’s top restaurants such as the French Laundry, Inn at Little Washington and Coi. $75 per person.

Events are linked to Facebook events, organizer websites or ticket links. All events are presented by their respective organizers and not Visit Jackson unless otherwise noted.