Bunnyland, Easter Egg hunts on Town Green

Youngsters 5 and under are being invited to Biloxi Excel By Five’s Hop the Trail to Bunny Land on Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at Biloxi Town Green, and then on Saturday afternoon at 2, it’s the city’s Easter Egg hunt, which is open to children up to aget 11.

In the event of inclement weather, the East Egg hunt will be moved to Good Friday, March 29, at 1 p.m. on the Town Green.

On Sunday at 2, the Easter Eggstravanganza, another free city Easter Egg hunt, takes place at the Woolmarket school grounds on John Lee Road. This event is also open to children up to age 11.

Elsewhere this weekend: The Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic, Spring Pilgrimage, Barbecue under the Oaks, hockey, public ice skating and concerts by The Doobies, Vince Gill and Yes are among the weekend’s attractions. To see this weekend’s lineup, courtesy of listings from the Mississippi Gulf Coast Convention and Visitors Bureau, click here.

‘Meet the Chief’ at McDonald’s on Saturday morning

Biloxi Police Chief John Miller will be seeking feedback from residents when he visits the McDonald’s restaurant on Pass Road, just west of Keesler, Saturday morning from 8 until 10.

The gathering is the first of periodic “Meet the Chief” sessions Miller is planning.

Hear more: You can hear more from Miller – and learn what’s been happening in the Biloxi Police Department — in this week’s City Desk webcast. To listen to the program,
click here.

News and notes

Council agenda: To see the agenda for Tuesday’s City Council meeting, click here.

Political signs: The city’s Community Development Department, responding to complaints regarding political signs, has advised candidates – incumbent and political newcomers alike – that signs are not allowed to be placed on utility poles, in medians or in any public rights of way. Illegally placed signs will be removed and discarded.