Join us on February 13th at 6:00 pm for drinks, light snacks, and music as we open New Orleans artist, Christopher Peragine's show "Salt Salt Sea, All for Love of Thee".
New Orleans architect and artist, Christopher Peragine, spent years sailing the Gulf Coast and environs of Puget Sound. These watercolors are inspired by racing sailboats in the Gulf and by his three-month solo voyage from Seattle to New Orleans.
This show is free and open to the public. The exhibit will be located on the third floor of the Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum from February 1st to March 31st. Regular visiting hours are 9:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Saturday.
Sharpen your gumbo skills, from roux to holy trinity, and learn the finer points of buying and cooking fresh seafood. Arrive early if you want to experience a from scratch gumbo, or if you are more interested in sharing a bowl with friends, come later. We use only local seafood, and Mississippi grown rice. The Maritime and Seafood Museum will be partnering with local food writer Julian Brunt for a monthly lunch and learn class featuring everyone’s favorite Cajun comfort food. The class will be held at 10:00 am on the third Wednesday of each month at the museum, our first class will be Wednesday, February 20th. For just $30 guest will be able to attend the entire class and stay for lunch which will include a bowl of gumbo and rice, drink and receive a copy of Julian’s gumbo cookbook. If you do not have time to attend the entire class lunch will be available at 11:00 am for only $20. Lunch will include highlights from the class, the gumbo book and of course, a bowl of gumbo. Seats are limited and will be filled on a first come first serve basis.
To purchase tickets call 435-6320 or contact Corey Christy at email@example.com
Thank you to our Sponsor: Desporte and Son's Seafood Inc.
The city of Biloxi traces its beginnings to the arrival of the French in 1699. The City takes great pride in letting visitors feast on its 300 year history. Truly a museum without walls, every inch of Biloxi contains elements of its proud heritage and none greater than the majesty of the White Wings.