Welcome to the Pass Christian Historical Society
201 East Scenic Drive, Pass Christian MS 39571
228.452.7254 phone ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
The Historical Society is open on alternating Thursdays and each Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., plus every Thursday afternoon from 1:30 ’til 3:00 pm, and by appointment. We are staffed entirely by volunteers, so please call ahead to ensure we are open on the day you wish to visit.
April and May 2014
Programs and Events
Monday, April 14, 7 p.m. Larry Rogers of the Pass Christian Theatre Project which has scheduled five plays over the next year will speak about the project and the first play “Scenic Drive” a murder mystery set to be performed in June.
Monday, April 28, 12 noon. Heidi Battle will bring her high school history class to the luncheon. The class has entered a history competition, and several students who have qualified to participate in a national competition at the University of Maryland will preview their presentation. We should all be very proud of our high school—more information about this competition appears on the reverse.
Reservations are required for the luncheon on the 28th. A $10 ($12 non-members) admission fee, which includes lunch, is payable at the door. Please email email@example.com to reserve a spot, or call 228-452-7254.
Sunday, May 4, Tour of Homes.
Monday May 12. Due to the Tour there will be no regular meeting.
Monday, May 19, 12 noon. Richard Ward will give a talk on a 1919 movie made in Pass Christian (over on what would become Japonica) as well as show some footage of Teddy Roosevelt’s visit to the barrier islands (filmed apparently during his visit to the Pass in 1915).The program is entitled “Hollywood visits the Pass.”
Reservations are required for the luncheon on the 19th. A $10 ($12 non-members) admission fee, which includes lunch, is payable at the door. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot, or call 228-452-7254.
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