Moss Point Events

Ina Thompson Moss Point Library
4119 Bellview Ave.
Moss Point, MS 39562
(228) 475-7462
Liz Murphy, Branch Manager

Children’s Winter crafts Party

Black History Month Art Show offered at Moss Point Library

MOSS POINT, MS __Ina Thompson Moss Point Library is hosting an Art Show to celebrate Black History Month. The show will run from February 1st to February 29th and will feature African-American artists. We invite you to bring your family and friends to witness the art of Leroy Williams, who is the Pen and Ink artist and the show coordinator, and Glenn Mack, known for his Handcrafted Jewelry, along with other talented artists.

The Moss Point Library is committed to showcasing the work of local African American artists and crafters from the Jackson County communities as a tribute to Black History Month. The exhibit will include a wide range of works such as drawings, paintings, photographs, and jewelry pieces. These items will be displayed inside the library as well as in the library’s exhibit display case. Please note that you may need to make an appointment to view these pieces. For more information, please call the library at 228-475-7462.

DECLUTTER & ORGANIZE YOUR LIFE

Train-theme Storytime with Katie 

MOSS POINT, MS __Ina Thompson Moss Point Library will host a train-themed Storytime for preschoolers on February 6th at 10 am. Join us for stories and a craft!

Family Collage Party

Make Your Own Mardi Gras Mask

MOSS POINT, MS __ The event date has been rescheduled to February 8th so that the participants can have their masks ready for Mardi Gras. Join us in celebrating Mardi Gras at the Ina Thompson Moss Point Library. You can create your own Mardi Gras mask on Thursday, February 8th, from 4-6 PM. All the necessary supplies for the mask-making activity will be provided. However, please note that this event is for adults aged 18 and over and seating is limited. So, sign up today to reserve your spot.

Family Collage Party

Dragon’s Love Tacos Storytime with Katie

MOSS POINT, MS __ Join us with your preschoolers for dragon-themed story time, crafts, and activities featuring “Dragons Love Tacos” by Adam Rubin and illustrated by Daniel Salmieri. The event will take place on February 27th at 10 am at the Moss Point Library.

Family Collage Party

Year of the Dragon Lantern Festival

MOSS POINT, MS __ The Pascagoula Public Library is collaborating with the Ina Thompson Moss Point Library to celebrate the end of the Lunar New Year season with the Lantern Festival. The event will feature a performance by the White Tiger Lion Dance Team at 2:30 pm., Saturday, February 24th.   Additionally, there will be free crafts and activities available for people of all ages throughout the event. We invite everyone to attend the event at the Moss Point Library, and to dress in bright red or as their respective zodiac animal for extra luck! The event will take place at Ina Thompson Moss Point Library, located at 4119 Bellview Ave.

Family Collage Party

Moss Point’s Civil Rights Movements and The Freedom Summer Presented by Anne’ McMillion

MOSS POINT, MS __ Join us on February 27, 2024, from 4 pm to 6 pm for a presentation about the history of Civil Rights in Moss Point, presented by Anne McMillion, BSBM, MBA at the Ina Thompson Moss Point Library. The event will include a Q&A session and will also be viewable on the JGRLS YouTube page: www.youtube.com/ejacksongeorgelibrary. To further support African American preservation efforts, consider donating to Jabali Preservation Inc., a 501c3 tax-exempt nonprofit. Follow us on Instagram: Jabali Preservation @JABALIPRESERVATION.

Family Collage Party

Family Decoupage Workshop

MOSS POINT, MS __Join us for a family decoupage workshop at Ina Thompson Moss Point Library where you can learn the technique of decoupage and decorate your jar. This event is free, but space is limited, so please call (228)-475-7462 to reserve your spot. The workshop will take place on February 28th from 4-6 pm.

“The mission of the Jackson-George Regional Library System (JGRLS) is to provide high quality and relevant customer-oriented library and information services, collections of resources, and programming that serves to expand and enrich the lives of our citizens.”