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Katrina +10 Commemorative Documentary and Photo Album


You’ve Seen the Storm.  Now See the Recovery.

A documentary that advances the story, telling the world not only about the destruction of Katrina but the remarkable and inspirational recovery of the people of the Mississippi Gulf Coast.


While supplies last, buy this book and receive a copy of Katrina & Biloxi: A Story of Resolve & Resilience for an additional $5.  A $39.95 value for only $25.  CLICK HERE to take advantage of this offer.


Museum Members call or visit Museum Store to place your order and receive 10% discount.


Or buy the book and DVD at one of these locations:

Bay St. Louis: Bay Books, 131 Main St.

Biloxi: Ohr O’Keefe Museum of Art, Biloxi Visitors Center or Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum.

D’Iberville: Back Bay Drugs, 10437 Lamey Bridge Road

Gulfport:  Triplett-Day Drug Co., 2429 14th St.

Long Beach: Lois’ Flower Shop, 200 Jeff Davis Ave.

Ocean Springs: Walter Anderson Museum of Art

Pass Christian: Purple Pelican, 116 Davis Ave.

Waveland: Port of Call, 228 Coleman Ave.


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Katrina +10 The Commemorative Documentary and Photo Album

See and hear the stories of the recovery, from those on the front lines
The Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art is proud to offer the commemorative photo album and DVD, “Katrina +10,” to mark the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
It’s a 48-page full-color book with a DVD that features a 45-minute documentary, plus bonus features. All for $20, plus tax and postage.
You’ll see dozens of pictures of the inspirational rebuilding efforts of cities along the Mississippi Gulf Coast – from Waveland to Ocean Springs and north to D’Iberville – and you’ll hear firsthand accounts from Mayors and others who were on the front lines, directing the relief and recovery efforts.
You’ll see the remarkable story of Marlin Miller, who sculpted the majority of the Katrina sculpture trail in Biloxi and the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
You’ll see and hear the greatest speech ever given by A.J. Holloway, Biloxi’s longest-serving mayor, who spoke to mayors across the country five months after Katrina.
You’ll see and hear the emotional ode to the Biloxi Lighthouse, as written by singer-songwriter Steve Cason, who was working on a deckhand on the Biloxi Shrimp Tour.
And, finally, you’ll see the epic story of the Croatian-Cultural Society, the group whose Slavonian Lodge is back in its proud location on Biloxi’s Point Cadet, which was leveled by Katrina.
Katrina was the storm. “Katrina +10” is the recovery.





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