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After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Supper on the ‘Sip is back and will take place on Oct. 13.

“We are so thrilled to be able host Vicksburg’s favorite way to cross the river again this year,” said Elizabeth Seratt, United Way of West Central Mississippi Director of Marketing and Resource Development. “The past few years have presented many hardships, so it’s exciting to be able to gather together in person again, especially for an event that’s so unique to our community.”

Supper on the ‘Sip gives guests a chance to stroll along the Old Mississippi River Bridge, sampling selections from local restaurants and enjoying live music at various stages along the way. A professional photographer will be on-site to capture the incredible evening, as will a local artist, who will paint scenes from the evening. Guests will have the chance to win the original artwork through a raffle.

“This truly unforgettable night would not be possible without our incredible committee of volunteers,” said Michele Connelly, Executive Director of United Way of West Central Mississippi. “They represent our community as a whole: no matter what we go through, we will come together to support each other and celebrate what makes our community special.”

Tickets will go on sale in August. To support the event as a sponsor or participating restaurant, please visit or call 601-636-1733.


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