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Culture celebrated and elevated

The Tin Shed

Artists in Residence

History Celebrated

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. NAACP Banquet

Honoring the Ancestors

The Merry Makers

Music legends from the Hall

Guitar Bo

Civic activism

Cornerstone with Founding Fathers

ByLaws from 1894

"to knit friendships"

Jazz

Continuing the sacred act of live music

Outdoor Blues & BBQ

Music in the time of COVID 19

Love

Installation by Ann Madden, Tin Shed Artist in Residence

Concert on the Tin Shed porch

What a wonderful world!

Partnerships

The Smoking Oyster

100 WOMEN DBA

Listening Booths - a response to Black Lives Matter

100 WOMEN DBA

Women for Progress March

100 WOMEN DBA

Inaugural March - Krewe of Real People

100 Men Hall Portrait Project

Portraits of the Community by Gus Bennett

A Visual Storyboard of the Hall's History

Muralists Wendo & JoLean Barkley

Lift Every Voice and Sing

Gratitude to the Ancestors who built the Hall

Mardi Gras Revelry

Resilience and Self-Reliance in the African American community

Private Events

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Our Story

The 100 Men Hall was created to support an underserved segment of the Bay Saint Louis community. After Katrina and a major grant to restore the Hall from the storm's damage, the Hall received worldwide recognition with the installation of a Blues Marker.

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100 Men Hall Project

  • Enaam Joseph

    Enaam Joseph

    DAY 218 Enaam Joseph photographed exclusively for the 100 Men Hall People Project (100MHPP).  The only memory I have of the Hall is my great uncle Ellsworth Collins used to tell me stories about the place.   (Photo by: Gus Bennett | The 100 Men Hall...

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  • Pajge Ruff and Mario Durr

    Pajge Ruff and Mario Durr

    DAY 210 Pajge Ruff & Mario Durr photographed exclusively for the 100 Men Hall People Project (100MHPP).  I remember there was stuff here before Katrina but after Katrina it kind of died out. We had some sort of dance party here when I was younger. The...

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  • Jocelyn Y. Miles

    Jocelyn Y. Miles

    DAY 205 Jocelyn Y. Miles photographed exclusively for the 100 Men Hall People Project (100MHPP).  I felt home when I first came into the Hall for Russell Fairconnetue’s birthday party [December 2018]. Then I came back for the first OPEN MIC here and did...

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303 Union Street

Bay St. Louis

Mississippi 39520