The Historian

The Gulfport Historical Society preserves and celebrates Gulfport culture and history through exhibits and programs that educate and inspire the community and visiting public.

Coming Soon: Gulfport History Month

October 1 heralds the start of Gulfport History Month, and we’ve jam-packed the month with everything from a 5K race to a low country seafood boil. Read on to plan your best October ever:

Come meet Gulfport photographer Bob Bates Friday, October 2 at Gulfport’s Catherine Hickman Theatre (5501 Beach Boulevard) as we unveil our show, Changes Along the Bayou: Gulfport […]

By |September 29th, 2015|Newsletter|0 Comments

2016 Wall Calendars Now Available for Pre-Sale

If you missed getting the Gulfport Historical Society’s 2015 ultimate guide to all things Gulfport (Some like to call it a “wall calendar”) this year, don’t let 2016 go by without one of these hanging in your home.

Some people ask, “Why do I need a calendar? I have one on my phone?”

Yes, you do. But our calendar […]

By |September 3rd, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Volunteer Party/Training on August 22

We have some great things down the road – now’s your chance to get involved! As a thank you, we’re throwing you a party.
Calling all volunteers!
Past, present, and future volunteers – this is for you
On Saturday, August 22, we’ll host a coffee and cake type reception for anyone interested in volunteering at the Gulfport Historical […]

By |August 12th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Donate to Gulfport Historical Society for Free!

No, this isn’t a creative way to ask for volunteers – although we need those, too. It’s how we announce (with great pleasure) that the Gulfport Historical Society is now an official charity with Amazon Smiles.

What does that mean?

Well, it means if you click on this link your browser will open a new window and you’ll see your Amazon […]

By |August 8th, 2015|Newsletter|0 Comments

Thursday Road Trip to the Citrus Place

Today we travel just south of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge to a place where you can still drink fresh orange juice. The Citrus Place, lauded as the “final piece of old Florida” by the Herald-Tribune, sells juice squeezed from oranges grown in one of the area’s last remaining groves.

Right now, the Tillett family has only frozen juice […]

By |July 2nd, 2015|Thursday Road Trip|0 Comments

June Newsletter

We Want You!
(OK, well, we’ve made our point!)
As we cruise through a great summer, we’re retooling a few things to gear up for fall. One, we’re redesigning our web site. Expect a new look sometime in the coming month. Two, we’re fine-tuning our gift shop. Three, we’re working out the kinks in our new Square Mullet […]

By |June 5th, 2015|Newsletter|0 Comments