Light posting schedule today folks. Sure is nice to have the first fall weather arrive during Cruisin’ the Coast week. I even saw someplace where Phil Bryant is coming down in his Gov Boots and classic Chevy. Just what Cruisin’ needs folks, street politicians.
I think we’ve got blue skies and perfect weather on tap all week.
The party will roll on Thursday, October 10, from 5 to 10 p.m., in the historic Depot District. The evening will feature live New Orleans music, jambalaya and other regional foods, a one-of-a-kind car contest, raffle and draw-down, as well as surprise entertainment. Admission to the event is free, and proceeds from food sales and contests will benefit Bay-Waveland Habitat for Humanity.
“Bay St. Louis is the Little Easy,” said Wendy McDonald, the Bay-Waveland Habitat executive director. “We’re so close to New Orleans that we can’t help but have that influence. We’re a laid back, fun town, and cruisers love coming to the Bay for a big night in the little easy.”
Consider this an open post.