Children age 5 and younger and their parents are invited to the Town Green Saturday morning to learn safety tips for all facets of their life.
The Excelebration Safety Fair will focus on safety in the areas of school, on boats and in the water water, on tricycles and bikes, at Halloween, and on buses and in cars. Games, activities and refreshments will be served for free.
The event takes place Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon on the Town Green, and will be held in the Biloxi Civic Center at 578 Howard Ave., in the event of inclement weather.
Sponsors are Biloxi Public Schools, Biloxi Regional Medical Center, the City of Biloxi, and Excel by 5.
Details: Susan Hunt at email@example.com or (228) 297-6808 or Cheryl Bell at firstname.lastname@example.org or (228) 388-7170.
News and notes
School on Monday: Biloxi Public Schools, which had planned to have no classes on Monday in observance of Columbus Day, will instead conduct classes at their usual times. The holiday was canceled in order to make up for the Isaac interruption to the school calendar.
A correction: The Biloxi First roast of Butch Oustalet is on Tuesday, Oct. 30, not a Thursday as reported in a Bmail yesterday. Regardless, you can read about the event by click here.
Reminder: Tonight's Biloxi-Ocean Springs football game kicks off at 7 o'clock at the Biloxi campus. The game will begin with the release of red and white balloons in memory of long-time Biloxi Indians supporter Mark Barhanovich, who died in a boating accident last month. It's also military night, with anyone wearing their Military uniform admitted to the game for free.