Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College will host Fall Festivals at the Jackson County Campus in Gautier and the Harrison County Campus in Gulfport on Thursday, October 29. Each festival will feature a drive-through trunk-or-treat from 5-8 p.m.
The Fall Festivals offer a safe and central location for community members and their children, along with MGCCC students, to enjoy a trick-or-treat experience from the safety of their vehicles. The event is complimentary to the public and open to all ages. All visitors must remain in their cars, and face coverings are required on campus.
“This event brings the community on our campus to enjoy a fun, festive and memorable experience each fall. We’re excited to offer the event again,” said Paige Cannon, Student Activities coordinator at the Harrison County Campus. For the Harrison County Campus event, she added, cars should enter through the Debuys Road Entrance to the Harrison County Campus.
Brandi Martino, coordinator of Student Life at the Jackson County Campus, mirrored Cannon’s remarks, adding that cars should enter through the Gautier-Vancleave Road entrance to the Jackson County Campus.
“This is our eighth year to host the event and we are thrilled to offer this fun and safe outing for families and MGCCC students,” Martino said. “We hope everyone plans to attend!”