Fri, Nov 13|
401 Porter Ave
The Islander PIGnic on Porter
PRESENTED BY HANCOCK WHITNEY The spirt of the island comes to the mainland for a socially-distanced evening of open air dining, drink, performance, and creative economy.
Time & Location
Nov 13, 2020, 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM
401 Porter Ave, 401 Porter Ave, Ocean Springs, MS 39564, USA
About The Event
UPDATE - SOLD OUT
| PRESENTED BY HANCOCK WHITNEY |
Also sponsored by Allen Beverages, Cathead Distillery, Mitchell Distributing, Dos & Lucy Hetrick, Rain Residential, ABC Rental Centers, and the businesses of The Collective.
COVID-19 protocol: We are adhering to health and safety guidelines, orders, and recommendations from local, state, and federal officials, and will maintain distancing between guest parties. Masks are required when mingling; masks may be removed when back at your picnic blanket, table, or when socializing in a socially distanced manner.
The spirt of the island comes to the mainland for a socially-distanced evening of open air dining, drink, yard games, performance, live readings, and creative economy. This benefit for the Walter Anderson Museum of Art celebrates the re-publication of Walter Anderson’s Horn Island Logs by University Press of Mississippi, the definitive collection of the artist’s writings influenced by time spent on the barrier islands. Books can be purchased as part of ticket packages, or on-site.
The event is held at the site of The Collective, a forthcoming mixed-use development by Rain Development in downtown Ocean Springs championing creative economy, environmental sustainability, and coastal culture.
Join us for a "cochon de lait" picnic, musical performances and readings, specialty brews and cocktails, and a first taste of the the coast's coolest new community development in the making, including an open-house of one of The Beatnik cabins. Music by TB Ledford and the Accumulators; and Karate Kids.
Whole Hog Cochon de Lait
Fresh Baked Breads
Complimentary Non-alcoholic beverages
JUST TICKETS (Bring your own blanket and folding chairs; limited additional first-come socially-distanced seating)
Individual: $25 per person/$20 members - includes entertainment, food, nonalcoholic beverages, and Museum admission all weekend
Under-18 ticket: $10, Free for children of members (free for kids under 5)
TICKETS + BOOK PACKAGES
Individual Ticket plus a copy of the republished Horn Island Logs: $65 ($75 value)
Two Tickets plus a book: $80 ($100 value)
Table for Two plus a book: $125
Table for up-to-six plus a book: $300
MORE ABOUT THE COLLECTIVE:
The Collective is a ongoing project of Ocean Springs residents Ted and Roxy Condrey of Rain Development. Its mission is to bring together passionate craftspeople who want to share their talents with the community. Once complete, the sustainabile development will incubate small business entrepreneurship, including:
THE HOTEL BEATNIK, a tiny hotel inspired by beatnik culture and adventure seekers of tthe 1950s and 60s, featuring four modern, floating cabins; SEA CHANGE BREWHOUSE, producing small-batch coastal brews; BUTCHER BAKER, from the culinarians Michael and Stephanie Paoletti; APPLE PEAR, from the minds behind Vestige Restaurant - baker Kumi Omori and James Beard-nominated chef Alex Perry; THE BOOK PORTER, an independent bookseller owned by locals Heather and Dave Denison, hosting readings, signings, and events; and wine by SEAN PERKINS.
This event would not be possible without the partnership with the business owners and entrepreneurs listed above, all of whom are contributing their talents and efforts to the festivities.
Includes entertainment, food, and nonalcoholic beverages$25.00Sold Out
Includes entertainment, food, and nonalcoholic beverages$20.00Sold Out
Under 18 / Kids Ticket$10.00Sold Out
Under 18 / Kids Ticket (MEMBER$0.00Sold Out
2 TICKETS + BOOK
Two tickets plus a copy of the republished Horn Island Logs ($100 value)$80.00Sold Out
RESERVED TABLE FOR TWO + BOOK
Reserved table for two plus a copy of the republished Horn Island Logs.$125.00Sold Out
This event is sold out