The 4th Annual Dolly Should in Old Town Bay St. Louis

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The 4th Annual Dolly Should in Old Town Bay St. Louis

Come to Old Town Bay St. Louis and celebrate Dolly Parton’s birthday with us at the 4th Annual Dolly Should! Dress as Dolly and participate in the Dolly look-alike contest. Enjoy all sorts of festivities and delicious food. See below for the entire schedule for the day’s events.

 

Dolly Should schedule:The 4th Annual Dolly Should in Old Town Bay St. Louis

11 – 6 – Starfish Cafe serves ups Dolly’s Favorite Things

12 – hayrides begin at Bay-tique

12 – Smith & Lens opens with official Dolly t-shirts, posters, and Dolly art for sale

3-9 – Mockingbird Cafe serves up Dolly’s Favorites

3-5:30 – Main Street Methodist grounds – all ages/all skills Dolly Paint Box Mosaic with Mark James & She Verlasquez sponsored by The Arts, Hancock County

3-6 – Connie’s satellite Hair Shop on the patio at Smith & Lens

4:00 – Pop Up Drawing Twins at Smith & Lens – they will draw you or anything you want!

5-7 – Smith & Lens – registration opens for all look alike contestants – please come in costume – $10 to compete

5:30 – Hadley Hill takes the Mockingbird Stage

7:30 – Look-Alike contest begins at Smith & Lens/Mockingbird Cafe – emceed by Reba Douglas and judged by Grace Wilson Birch, Marshall Blevins, Bunny Cunningham & Margaret McMullan

8:30 – Clearbranch Cloggers for Christ perform while judges deliberate (hopefully)

9:00ish – 2nd Line from Look-Alike contest to 100 Men Hall for DollyShould after party with karaoke with Southern Diva Tracy Ulrich – $5 donation plus $20 bar tab for best performance

All Day :
Social Chair – Donate a children’s book to our Free Little Library and receive a 25% Dolly Discount on all costume jewelry

The French Potager – Flower tattoos

Sycamore House – $7 Dollyrack – a Sazerac made with Tennessee Whiskey