As Starkville gears up for the 34th annual Super Bulldog Weekend, weather forecasters are keeping alert for the threat of severe weather Saturday and Sunday.
Merritt Bush, 3, sits on her father’s shoulders during the 2018 Cotton District Arts Festival Saturday. Merritt is the daughter of Jeffery Bush and Kyle Merritt. “The arts and kids stuff here is great and we just love Bulldog Weekend,” Kyle said.
There won’t be any shortage of things to do this weekend in Starkville as the city and Mississippi State University gear up for the 33rd annual Super Bulldog Weekend.
The Budweiser Clydesdales will visit Columbus Wednesday evening with a planned trip to Starkville the following day.
The Budweiser Clydesdales will visit Columbus and Starkville next month, even making an appearance at Wings Over Columbus at the Columbus Air Force Base.
Junior guard Victoria Vivians takes a selfie with sisters Karrie Brooks, 8, and Katelyn Brooks, 10, right, after the downtown Starkville parade to support the Mississippi State University women’s basketball team as a part of Super Bulldog Weekend on Friday. Katelyn and Karrie are the daughters of Kalia and George Brooks.
Two signature Starkville events — Mississippi State University’s Super Bulldog Weekend and the Starkville Area Arts Council’s Cotton District Arts Festival — are set to draw in tourists from across the Southeast this weekend.
The Golden Triangle had a busy and economically successful weekend.
A large crowd is expected at Mississippi State for Super Bulldog Weekend beginning today as MSU takes on the Texas A&M Aggies in an SEC baseball series featuring nationally ranked Top 10 teams.
Sports, arts and food lovers will find their fill of events this weekend as tourists descend upon Starkville for Super Bulldog Weekend and the Cotton District Arts Festival.