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October 2015 Event Calendar

 

Family Calendar

 

Ongoing

American Sport Art Museum and Archives

Located on the campus of the United States Sports Academy in Daphne, dedicated to the preservation of sports history, art, and literature. Exhibits spotlight visiting artists on a rotating basis, as well as our permanent collection of prints, sculpture, original paintings, photographs and other arts media.  Free admission.  Hours are 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. 1 Academy Drive, Daphne.  For more information call 251.626.3303 or visit www.asama.org. 

Big Brother / Big Sister Mentors Needed

At-risk children at Summerdale School need volunteer Big Brother Big Sister mentors. “Bigs” have fun with a child one time a week, for one hour, on school grounds, during the school year by reading a story, working puzzles, playing catch, drawing, or just being a friend. Professional training and support are provided by Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Alabama YMCA, Inc.  For more information or to volunteer, contact Polly at 251-344-0536 ext. 104.

Eastern Shore Art Center

A non-profit arts organization located in beautiful downtown Fairhope, the Art Center houses four galleries with exhibits that change monthly, as well as a gallery featuring member artists’ work for sale. Admission is free. 401 Oak Street, Fairhope.  For more information call 251.928.2228 or visit www.eseartcenter.com. 

The Exploreum

The Exploreum is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sunday from noon until 5 p.m. For tickets or more information visit www.exploreum.com or call 

251-208-6873.  65 Government Street, Mobile.  

Fairhope Museum of History

The museum is full of artifacts from old Fairhope. You can see displays on Clay City, the Single Tax Association and the Civil War. You can also see personal belongings from some of Fairhope’s first families.  The museum is located in downtown Fairhope at 24 North Section Street. The museum is open Monday - Saturday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. For more information, call 929-1474.

Marietta Johnson Museum

This museum was founded to preserve the oldest school building in Baldwin Country, which was founded in 1907 by famed educator Marietta Johnson.  Known as one of the first progressive schools in the world, the museum includes historic letters, documents, and artifacts from the school’s heyday, as well as biographical information about Marietta Johnson.  To learn more, visit www.mariettajohnson.org.  Open Mondays-Fridays from 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.  Admission is free.  440 Fairhope Ave.  990-8601.

Weeks Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

The Weeks Bay Reserve has a free educational interpretive center and two boardwalks.   The Interpretive Center houses a multitude of exhibits, habitat models, specimen collections and a diorama giving the visitor a better understanding about the value of estuaries, diversity of coastal wetlands, and a close-up look at living plants and animals of coastal Alabama.  Admission is free.  Hours are Monday – Saturday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. 11300 US Highway 98, Fairhope.  For more information call 251.928-9792 or visit www.weeksbay.org.  

 

Classes/Meetings

Alabama Pre/Post Adoption Connections (APAC)

Offering Adoptive Family Support Group Meetings in Baldwin County the 3rd Monday of each month.

The meeting is held at Eastern Shore Church of Christ, 1209 Daphne Ave, in Daphne from 6 - 7:30 p.m.  Parent, Youth/Teen group and childcare is available.  Topic discussions by adoption professionals and ceu’s for foster families are offered.  For more information call 251-460-2727 or 1-800-489-1886 or www.childrensaid.org.  APAC also offers free counseling services to adoptive families.

Celebration MOPS Fairhope

Celebration MOPS meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. at Celebration Church, 8180 Dyer Road, Fairhope.  Childcare is provided and is included in the fees.  There is an annual $23.95 MOPS International membership fee and $30 per semester.  Call the church office for info at 251-928-0343 or like us on Facebook at Facebook.com/celebrationmopsfairhopeal.

Daily Living Skills Group for parents with children on the Spectrum

Held the second Tuesday of each month from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at The Family Center, 27365 Pollard Road, Daphne.

Focus is on daily living needs of families and their children, such as:  Safety issues; How to have a family dinner out;  Ways to assist with transition;  How to talk with people who stare;  Your questions, comments and suggestions.  Limited childcare slots are available. For more information, please contact Judy Bradshaw: (251) 990-7781.

Daphne Neurological Disease Support Group (Includes Parkinson’s Disease, epilepsy).  Meets second Monday of each month at Daphne United Methodist Church, 2401 Main Street, Daphne, in the Community Life Center-Gathering Room.  11:00 a.m. until noon. Noon light lunch for $3 from 12:15 - 1:00 p.m. 12:15 - 1:00 p.m. Speaker or joint group session.  Contact person: Alice Hallford - 251-626-8228.

Fairhope MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) 

We meet 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. every 2nd & 4th Monday (during the school year) at Fairhope United Methodist Church. All mothers of young children are welcome. Email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for information about how to register.

Father Central of Daphne

*Positive Fathering, A New & Improved Parenting Class Just For Men, $75 giftcard upon completion.

Mondays, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Call 251-626-1610 to register, held at The Exchange Club Family Center of Baldwin County, 27365 Pollard Rd., Daphne, near the YMCA.

*Chill Skills

Anger Management by appointment. $25 giftcard upon completion. Call 251-626-1610 schedule, The Exchange Club Family Center of Baldwin County, 27365 Pollard Rd., Daphne, near the YMCA.

*Nurturing Parenting, everything you need to know but were afraid to ask.

Thursdays, 9:30-11:30 a.m., 12-week rotating series. Jump in on any Thursday! Call 251-626-1610 to register, 27365 Pollard Rd, Daphne, near the YMCA.

MOPS on the Eastern Shore 

MOPS stands for “Mothers of Preschoolers” - but don’t let that confuse you. MOPS is about meeting the needs of every mom of a child from conception through kindergarten with local groups of moms just like you. 7100 Spanish Fort Blvd., Spanish Fort.  1st Thursday of the Month (September through May). Dinner & Child Care are provided. 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

http://www.mopsontheeasternshore.shutterfly.com/

Facebook.com/MopsOnTheEasternShore .

Moonlight Chasse’ Ballroom Dance Society

Dance lessons from 7 – 7:30 p.m., and Dancing from 7:30 – 10 p.m., first and third Monday of every month, at Fitzpen Place, 1 mile east of Eastern Shore Mall.  No partner necessary.  $10 per person includes dance lesson.  $7 with membership, includes dance lesson.  Live music, cash bar.  www.FitzpenPlace.com.  www.Moonlightchasse.com.  For more information, call 251-621-6665 or 251-377-4069.

Shepherd’s Place (Christian Life Center)

Ministry for memory & physically challenged.

Mondays & Wednesdays 8 a.m. – 3 p.m., Tuesdays & Thursdays 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.  Fairhope United Methodist Church, 155 South Section Street, Fairhope.   928-1148.

Single Mom Ministry

Sponsored by Fairhope Avenue Baptist Church, this prayer and support group for single moms is designed to provide a safe and prayerful environment where group members are able to express themselves among others who will listen, care, and lift each other up.  Each participant will receive one bag of non-perishable food items each week. Child care will be provided. Light snacks and soft drinks will be served. Meetings are held every Tuesday from 6-7 PM at Fairhope Avenue Baptist Family Life Center, 8717 Fairhope Ave.  251-928-0890.

SOS (Survivors of Suicide) 

This group is for adults who has ever lost a loved one to suicide.  If it has been 5 days or 50 years since the loss, this group is here for you. 

SOS meets the 2nd and 4th Monday of EVERY month from 6:30 to approximately 8:00 p.m. at the Fairhope United Methodist Church, 155 S. Section Street, Fairhope. The support group, which has been around since November, 2012, is facilitated by a professional and co-facilitated by two survivors.  There are no dues.

For more information, please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 251-455-6453.

Tango by the Bay ~ Argentine

Basic classes are held every Tuesday from 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. in Fairhope at Southern Edge Dance Studio, located behind Pizza Hut across from Thomas Hospital. 251 South Greeno, Fairhope.  $5 per class (fee may be higher with special guest instructors).  For more information Contact Ben Samel at 605-2657 or Cassie Fishbein 377-4069, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

South Baldwin Regional Medical Center offers the following classes:

Your entire family can take part in several informative classes designed to help moms and dads welcome their special new addition to the family with more confidence. Classes cover topics including:

Having A Healthy Pregnancy

Nutrition, discomforts of pregnancy, warning signs of complications, and relaxation exercises. One session. $10.

Prepared Childbirth Classes (Once a week for four weeks). Cost: $30

Week 1: Begin the Stages of Labor: The labor and delivery process, signs and stages of labor, options for coping, pain management, vaginal delivery, and relaxation exercises.

Week 2: Delivery and Cesarean Birth: A review of complications that may arise, use of special equipment, complete the stages of labor, cesarean delivery, and relaxation exercises.

Week 3: New Born and Postpartum Care: Newborn appearance, caring for the newborn, infant safety, recognizing complications, relaxation exercises, and choosing a pediatrician. What to expect after delivery, understanding the physical and emotional changes to your body, and relaxation exercises.

Week 4: The Art of Breast Feeding: The benefits of breast feeding for mother and baby, anatomy and physiology of the breast, how to breastfeed, and common difficulties. One session.

• Tiny Toes members may enroll in Yoga, Water Aerobics and Expectant Mother Exercise classes through the Snook Family YMCA. The fee is $5 a class. There is a $3 fee for child care. There is no fee if you are already a member of the YMCA.

All classes are located at South Baldwin Regional Medical Center–1613 North McKenzie Street Foley. Tuesday evenings 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Classroom A. Located just off of the main lobby.

• Please plan to attend the Healthy Pregnancy Class during your first trimester and the Prepared Childbirth Classes anytime after your 24th week of pregnancy. For more information or to enroll please call the OB Educator at 949-3676 to schedule. We look forward to sharing this special time with you!

Method of payment accepted: Visa, Master Card, Discover, AmEx, Debit Card.

Gift of Life

The Gift of Life is a required maternity care program for Medicaid patients or Medicaid-eligible patients. The Gift of Life Program provides a caring system of prenatal services; education and care coordination for expectant moms and their babies. For additional information please contact 949-3781.

 

Thomas Hospital offers the following classes:

Breastfeeding Class
         

Thomas Fitness Center (Fairhope). Monthly, first Tuesday, 6 - 8 p.m.
Free.

Infant CPR and Safety Class

Thomas Fitness Center (Fairhope). Pre-registration required.
To register call 279-1373.
Saturdays, 

4 - 6 p.m.

Moving Through Labor Childbirth Classes 

Three or four-week prepared childbirth class series which prepares the mother-to-be and her support partner for the labor and delivery experience. $30 fee for the class series. 

Thomas Fitness Center, (Fairhope)
 
Mondays, 6:30-8:30 p.m.  

Thomas Fitness Center (Fairhope)
Saturdays, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
   

Thomas Medical Center (Daphne)
Tuesdays, 6-8:30 p.m.
  

Thomas Medical Center (Daphne) Thursdays, 6-8 p.m.   

Pre-registration required. Call 251- 279-1373 or visit www.thomashospital.com for upcoming classes and registration.

Natural Childbirth Classes, Fertility Awareness, Mother’s Comfort, Exercise and Nutrition 

For class schedule or more information call Geralyn Piizzotti, 251- 928-9396. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Newborn Basics Class

Held on the second Monday of every month from 6 – 8 p.m. at Thomas Medical Center in Daphne.  Free. No Pre-registration required.  

Pre-admission Sessions

6 p.m. at Thomas Medical Center in Daphne. 

Pre-registration required. 

Sibling Class

Thomas Hospital Fitness Center (Fairhope).

Pre-registration required.
To register call 

279-1373.
10 - 11 a.m. 

 

Thomas Hospital offers the following support groups for the community:

Alanon (Alcoholics Anonymous)

Meetings are held every Wednesday from 7 to 8 p.m. at The Harbor at Thomas Hospital. Call 800-477-1104 for more information.

Alateen 

Meetings are held every Wednesday from 7 to 8 p.m. in the Morphy Conference Room East Tower meeting room at Thomas Hospital. Call 391-1152 for information.

Alzheimer’s Support Group 

Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of every month from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Thomas Medical Center. Call 345-7645 or 438-9590 for more information.

ALS Support Group 

Meetings are held on the second Thursday of every month from 11 a.m. to noon at Thomas Medical Center. Call 205-937-4415 for more information.

Bosom Buddies Breast Cancer Support Group 

Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month from noon to 1 p.m. at the Thomas Hospital Health Resource Center located at: 308 S. Greeno Road, Fairhope. Call 928-8650 for more information.

Cancer Support Group-Family Connected by Ribbons

Support group for cancer survivors, friends and family. Open to any types of cancer. Every first Thursday of every month from 6 - 8 p.m. Morphy Conference Room (Old ER entrance) at Thomas Hospital, Fairhope. Preregistration not required. Call 209-1229 for information.

Cancer Support Group for Women

Meetings are held the first Thursday of every month from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Morphy Conference Room. For more information, call Patti Huval at 209-1229. 

Diabetes Support Group

Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of every month from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Thomas Hospital Diabetes Center. Call 279-1700 for more information. 

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Meetings are held every Thursday night from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at The Harbor at Thomas Hospital. Call 251- 965-6264 for more information.

Parkinson’s Support Group

Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of every month from noon to 1 p.m. at Thomas Medical Center. Call 251- 455-9919 for more information. 

Traumatic Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Support Group 

Meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month from 10 to 11 a.m. at Thomas Medical Center. Call 251- 626-6337 for more information.

 

Thursday, October 1

Fairhope Fall Outdoor Farmer’s Market

The market features local farmers, bakers, fresh produce, fresh cut flowers, plants, baked goods and more. The market is open on Bancroft Street behind the Fairhope Public Library from 3:00 p.m. - sundown. Through November 12. Fairhope Public Library will have story times and activities at 4 p.m. For info, call (251) 929-1466.

 

Friday, October2 

First Friday Art Walk - Fairhope

First Friday Art Walk is a community art and entertainment event held the first Friday of each month. This event is free and open to the public. You may start your art walk by visiting the Eastern Shore Art Center.  6 - 8 p.m. Please call (251) 928-2228 for more information. 

 

Saturday, October 3

Grand Festival of Art/Grand Festival of Books

The Eastern Shore Art Center is pleased to bring you the 33rd Annual Grand Festival of Art.  Held in downtown Fairhope, this premier fall event offers an exciting opportunity to view and acquire the works of over 100 participating artists from throughout the country. The hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and will be held at Faulkner State College in Fairhope. Please visit www.esartcenter.com for more information. The Grand Festival of Books also takes place on the Faulkner campus on Saturday, October 3, with author readings, book signings, and other activities for readers of all ages from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

Bird and Conservation Expo

Exhibits, vendors, artists, hands-on activities for all ages, live raptor demonstrations, sea creature touch tanks, and lots more!  FREE, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. at Faulkner State Community College, Fairhope. 

Phantasy of the Arts 2015

Phantasy of the Arts is bringing Chicago’s “The Second City Improv All-Stars” to Fairhope at 7 p.m. at the Fairhope Civic Center. The show will headline Fairhope Educational Enrichment Foundation’s (FEEF) Phantasy of the Arts 2015. Please visit feefonline.org for more information. 

4th Annual Alabama Festival of Flavor

The 4th Annual Alabama Festival of Flavor, sponsored by Riviera Utilities is set to take place in the streets of Historic Downtown Foley. Presented by the South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce, The Alabama Festival of Flavor showcases the many flavors of local and regional foods, wine and craft beer. Festival hours are 12 noon - 8 p.m. Please visit www.alabamafestivalofflavor.com for more information.

2nd Annual Gulf Coast Gospel Jubilee

The second Annual Gulf Coast Gospel Jubilee will have food, music, and more. This event is being held for the benefit of The Light House and the C.A.R.E. House of Baldwin County. All the proceeds and donations will go to these two organizations. Foley Sports Complex (998 W Section St,  Foley) from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Please call (251) 504-6210 for more information. 

Pirates Cove Dog Olympics

Join us for the Dog Olympics which is a fundraiser for the Baldwin Animal Rescue Center. Live music on Friday at 8 p.m. and Saturday at 4 p.m. Events start at 2 p.m. on Saturday including water sprint, dock diving and Prates Cove burger eating contest. Location: Pirates Cove (6664 Hwy 95, Josephine). Please call (251) 987-1224 for more information. 

Honeybee 5K & 1 Mi Fun Run

Central Baldwin Education Foundation’s Annual Honey Bee 5K Run/Walk and 1 Mile Run/Walk at 8:00 a.m. at Honey Bee Park, Robertsdale Trail, Robertsdale. Please visit events.com/r/en_US/registration/honey-bee-5k-and-fun-run-robertsdale-october-3613 for more information. 

Heart of Champions 5K & 1 Mi Fun Run

The Heart of Champions 5K & 1 mile Fun Run starts at Bay Minette Pool Complex at 8:00 a.m. This race benefits North Baldwin Council on Aging and North Baldwin Animal Shelter. Please visit www.active.com/bay-minette-al/running/distance-running-races/heart-of-champions-2015 to register. 

Tour of Foley’s Historic Churches

Eight historic churches located in Foley, that were recognized as a part of Foley’s Centennial Celebration will be open for tours on Saturday, Oct. 3. Each of the churches will offer a one-hour tour. A bus will provide free transportation to the churches, leaving from the Foley Soccer Complex on Hwy. 98, at 8:45 in the morning for the morning tours, and again at 12:45 for the afternoon tours.  The first tour begins at 9 a.m. Those planning to take the bus are encouraged to be there before 8:45 a.m., and are asked to enter the Soccer fields from Hwy. 98. A donation of $5 to park will benefit the Lighthouse and CARE house. Anyone who wishes can drive to any given church at the appointed time for that church tour. The churches will be open for touring during the scheduled time only. Churches open for tours include:  Southside Missionary Baptist Church at 9:00 a.m.; St. Margaret of Scotland Catholic Church at 10:00 a.m.; Little Rock Baptist Church at 11:00 a.m.; return to Foley Soccer Complex for lunch; Foley First Baptist Church at 1:00 p.m.; St. Paul’s Lutheran Church at 2:00 p.m.; Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church at 3:00 p.m.; Foley United Methodist Church at 4:00 p.m.; Foley Presbyterian Church at 5:00 p.m.; returning to the Foley Soccer Complex at 6:00 p.m.

The 12th Annual Alabama Coastal BirdFest 

See September 30 for more information.

Baldwin County Home Builders Assoc. Parade of Homes

The Baldwin County Home Builders Assoc. Parade of Homes will be held September 26 and 27 and October 3 and 4. Please visit www.bchba.com/page/news-events/2015-parade-of-homes.php for more information. 

Sunday, October 4

5 Rivers Animal Ambassadors Meet and Greet

Alabama has one of the highest plant and animal diversities in the United States.  Join a member of our human educational staff and meet one of the local critter inhabitants from the Mobile-Tensaw Delta and beyond.  2 - 2:30 p.m. Free. 5 Rivers (30945 Five Rivers Boulevard, Spanish Fort).  Please visit www.Alabama5Rivers.com for more information.

5 Rivers Sunday Matinee “Birders: The Central Park Effect”

Come out and join us every Sunday for a free family, friendly film.  In this week’s program explores the extraordinary array of wild birds who grace Manhattan’s celebrated patch of green, and the equally colorful New Yorkers who schedule their lives around the rhythms of migration. 5 Rivers (30945 Five Rivers Boulevard, Spanish Fort).  Please visit www.Alabama5Rivers.com for more information.

Founders Day Concert

Come join us at Henry George Park in Fairhope at 6:00 p.m. for the Founders Day Concert. The Baldwin Pops will perform. Please visit baldwinpopsband.com for more information.

Baldwin County Home Builders Assoc. Parade of Homes

See October 3 for more information. 

Grand Festival of Art 

See October 3 for more information. 

 

Tuesday, October 6

5 Rivers StoryTime: “Never Tease a Weasel” by Jean Condor Soule

The 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month is StoryTime at 5 Rivers from 10 a.m. - 11 a.m.  Children under the age of 6 are welcome to stop by for a free reading of a nature based story followed by arts and crafts.  This week’s story explains why one should definitely never ever tease a weasel...and more! 5 Rivers (30945 Five Rivers Boulevard, Spanish Fort).  Please visit www.Alabama5Rivers.com for more information.

5 Rivers Outdoor Adventure Night

Free, everyone is welcome.  Meet and mingle with local outdoor enthusiasts and enjoy monthly programs. 7-8:30 p.m. Mobile Bay Canoe and Kayak Club; 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Mobile Bay Sierra Club.  5 Rivers (30945 Five Rivers Boulevard, Spanish Fort).

John Rosemond - Parenting with Love and Leadership Seminar 

St. Luke’s Episcopal School will be hosting “America’s Leading Parenting Expert” John Rosemond for a Parenting with Love and Leadership seminar.  This free event is open to the public and will be held at 6:30 p.m.   Dr. Rosemond is a syndicated columnist in over 200 papers nationwide and the author of 14 best-selling parenting books.  Dr. Rosemond is one of America’s most popular speakers known for his sound advice, humor and relaxed, engaging style.  His common sense approach to parenting provides parents the guidance to raise happy, well-mannered children who will, as adults, contribute value to culture and society. The location is the St. Luke’s Middle and Upper School Campus in the Louise Robinson Moorer Center for Performing Arts, 1400 South University Boulevard.

Tween Tech Tuesday

If you are between the ages of 9-12, love all things technology related, have a passion for Minecraft, or just want to learn more about the great games and apps available at the library, join Fairhope Public Library at 4 p.m. each Tuesday for Tween Tech Tuesdays. For more information call (251) 929-1465.

 

Thursday, October 8

44th Annual National Shrimp Festival

Savor fresh from the gulf seafood at the 44th Annual National Shrimp Festival during this four-day event that attracts over 300,000 people. This year the festival will play host to more than 80 hours of musical entertainment featuring a lineup of national, regional and local acts. Food is another highlight of the festival with 50 local and regional vendors lining the boardwalk at the public beach with mouth watering delights. New activities this year include: “Outdoor World” and “Shrimp Festival Idol”. Outdoor World will feature fishing, boating, hunting and other outdoor vendors and activities. Shrimp Festival Idol will be an “American Idol” type competition where high school singers from seven local schools will compete in elimination rounds to find out who will become Shrimp Festival Idol. Families can enter the annual sand sculpture contest on Saturday. Kids can take part in a myriad of activities in the Children’s Activity Village, including face-painting, karaoke and much more. Runner and walkers can enter the 10K and 5K races on Saturday, October 11 to help work off some of the great food at the festival. All net proceeds of the Run will be donated to Coastal Baldwin Education Enrichment. Art lovers will have almost 200 booths of fine art and arts and crafts vendors from which to choose.  Thursday – Saturday from 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. in Gulf Shores where highway 59 ends and intersects with highway 182. Please visit myshrimpfest.com for more information.

March of Dimes 25th Annual Signature Chefs’ Auction

The 2015 South Alabama Signature Chefs’ Auction brings together top local chefs showcasing their culinary masterpieces, a generous sampling of fine wines, fabulous entertainment and a lively auction featuring one-of-a-kind packages, and you’ve got a perfect recipe for a Signature Chefs’ Auction event. For the past 25 years, this event helped raise important dollars for the March of Dimes, pays tribute to the culinary excellence of local chefs and caterers in the Greater Mobile area and geared towards people who enjoy fine dining, fine wine, auctions and entertainment. 6:00 p.m. at Alabama Contemporary Art Center (301 Conti Street). If you’re interested in attending, participating or sponsoring such an event, please contact Riley McDuff (251) 345-6480 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Fairhope Public Afterschool Arts Event

Children’s Dance Theatre will give a performance from “Peter and The Wolf.” 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Fairhope Fall Outdoor Farmer’s Market

See September 24 for more information. 

 

Friday, October 9

Fairhope Soccer League Movie Night

5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at Founders Park, Fairhope.  Come out and join Fairhope Soccer League For Movie Night at Founders Park! Concessions will open at 5:30 p.m. and the movie “Home” will be on the Big Screen at dark. Enjoy the movie with your blanket and chairs or have a blast on the inflatable slide and obstacle course. For information visit www.fairhopesoccerclub.com or Facebook for photos and updates at www.facebook.com/fairhopesoccerleague.com.   

Corey Smith at the Saenger

HUKA Entertainment presents Corey Smith at 7:30 at the Saenger (6 S. Joachim Street). Please visit www.mobilesaenger.com for more information. 

 

Saturday, October 10

Children’s Cup Regatta

The sixth annual Children’s Cup Regatta sets sail to benefit patients from the Alabama Gulf Coast treated at Children’s of Alabama. Sailing enthusiasts and friends in Mobile and Baldwin counties are invited to enjoy a day of sailboat racing at the Fairhope Yacht Club, located at 101 Volanta Ave. A family-friendly event, guests are invited to watch the races free-of-charge beginning at 12:30 p.m. The kids activity area, known as “Al’s Activity Area” in honor of local Children’s patient Al Guarisco, opens at 4 p.m. and features a waterslide, arts and crafts, games, and a chance to paint with Fairhope artist Ricky Trione. Throughout the afternoon, guests can bid on silent auction items and enjoy barbecue plates, a cash bar, and live music from Doc Rogers and the Rock Dodgers. The awards ceremony begins at 7 p.m. For more information or to register online, visit http://childrensal.kintera.org/childrenscup, or call Kerrie Benson at (251) 610-4969. Event updates will be posted regularly to facebook.com/ChildrensCupRegatta. 

4th Annual Dauphin Island Art Trail

4th Annual Dauphin Island Art Trail will be held on Dauphin Island from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. The event is presented by the Dauphin Island Chamber of Commerce.  The event will include over 40 local and regional artists spread around the island at 10 different locations with retailers & businesses who will be hosting them as well as many having open house at their businesses.  It is free and open to the public. As in the past 5 years, there is an element of fun to the event…a sort of “treasure hunt” to entice patrons to visit all Art Trail locations. Here’s the plan:  At any Art Trail location, patrons will be able to pick up a Trail Map along with a list of artists and various locations.   We will include instructions to patrons to have the Trail Map rubber stamped at all 10 of the locations on the island to qualify for prize drawings at the end of the day. If a patron gets all 10 stamps, they will be entered for the grand prize drawing which will include a condo or beach house package on the beach. There is no purchase necessary to have your map stamped and entered for the drawing and you do not have to be present to win.  The drawings will be held at 5 p.m. at the Welcome Center on Dauphin Island.  We will be giving away cash prizes, gift certificates, artwork, kayak trips, condo packages, fishing trips, and many more great prizes.  For details or questions please call Tricia Kerr, 861-6001 or 786-0722.

22nd Annual “Colonial Isle Dauphine”

The well-preserved ramparts of Fort Gaines have guarded the entrance to Mobile Bay for more than 150 years. This is a family style event and everyone is welcome. The Fort’s museum and gift shop are always open. Come and explore life on ‘Isle Dauphine’ in the 1700-1800’s as a French, British and Spanish soldier. The soldiers will go through drills and fire the cannon. Visitors can see the Fort’s authentic Blacksmith demonstrating his craft. Location: Fort Gaines (51 Bienville Blvd, Dauphin Island). For more information visit www.dauphinisland.org. 

Paddle Bayou La Batre 2015

Join The Bayou La Batre-Coden Historical Foundation while we celebrate a treasure of our heritage, the bayou, as we PADDLE BAYOU LA BATRE! Paddlers will have an up-close and personal experience of being on a true working bayou, lined with shipyards, shrimpboats, and scenic natural vistas. Experience and learn about the bayou’s history as you traverse the waters. Paddle under the vertical lift bridge, one of Bayou La Batre’s landmarks.  Enjoy Bayou cuisine afterwards. The trip is approximately 6 miles with an option to take out at 2.5 miles. Location: St Margaret Church Grounds- 13790 S. Wintzell Ave, Bayou La Batre. Please visit paddlebayoulabatre.org for more information. 

 

Tuesday, October 13

5 Rivers Outdoor Adventure Night

Free, everyone is welcome.  Meet and mingle with local outdoor enthusiasts and enjoy monthly programs. 6 - 7 p.m. Alabama Hiking Trail Society; 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Mobile Bay Audubon Society! 5 Rivers (30945 Five Rivers Boulevard, Spanish Fort).   

Tween Tech Tuesday

(See October 6 for details)

 

Thursday, October 15

9th Annual Wine Festival

The 9th annual Wine Festival at Five Rivers will be held at the Five Rivers Delta Resource Center in Spanish Fort. There will be delicious food and wine throughout the evening all donated by area restaurants, caterers and wine distributors. For this year’s musical entertainment we will have the Jim Roebuck Jazz Trio. Attendees will have an opportunity to vote to recognize their favorite food dish by voting for the “Taste of the Bay” and to cast a vote for the “Best of the Fest” award, which is designed to provide recognition to the most outstanding restaurant or caterer participant overall. All proceeds from this evening of fine wines and wonderful food will benefit the work of Catholic Social Services. Please visit www.wineat5rivers.com or call (251) 434-1550 for more information.

Theatre 98 presents “The Clean House”

This theatrical and wildly funny Pulitzer Prize finalist is about Matilde, a cleaning lady and aspiring standup comedian who hates to clean, and the doctor’s family for whom she works (or rather, doesn’t work). A whimsical and touching look at class, comedy, and the true nature of love. Show Dates: October 15-18, 21-25 at Theatre 98 (350 Morphy Avenue, Fairhope). Please visit www.theatre98.org for more information. 

“Peter and the Wolf” and “Where the Wild Things Are”

Children’s Dance Theatre presents “Peter and the Wolf” and “Where the Wild Things Are”.  Two public performances will be held on Saturday at 4:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Tickets are available at The Creative Outlet Dance Center, Page and Palette, and at the door. Children’s Dance Theatre is a nonprofit, 501c3 organization, under the umbrella of Creative Outlet Dance Center. For more information about the performances or being a sponsor, visit www.cdtfairhope.org.

 

Friday, October 16

Theatre 98 presents “The Clean House”

See October 15 for more information. 

 

Saturday, October 17

Buddy Walk 

Participants from Mobile and surrounding communities will walk together for Down Syndrome Awareness as part of the Annual Buddy Walk at 10:00 a.m. This walk will raise awareness and funds for programs that benefit people with Down syndrome and their families. This year’s Buddy Walk will be held in Bienville Square, located in the heart of downtown Mobile, and is a one-mile walk in which anyone can participate. Along with the walk through the historic area, there will also be live music, food, special guests, and games for all ages, vendors and exhibitors and much more. For more information on the Mobile Buddy Walk, please visit www.dssmc.com/Buddy_Walk.html. 

Salty Worm Fishing Tournament benefitting Pancreatic Cancer Research 

The Salty Worm fishing tournament is gearing up for its fourth annual event to be held at the Bluegill Restaurant on the Causeway. The Salty Worm Brackish Classic is a one-of-a-kind fishing tournament in which freshwater anglers compete against salt water anglers on the same day. The tournament will begin at daybreak and the weigh-in will be held at the Bluegill from 1:00 to 4:00. The Delta Bash after party is a family friendly event to be held at the same time as the weigh-in and will include live music, seafood buffet, silent auction, and children’s activities. Anglers participating in the tournament will be admitted to the Delta Bash and all others may purchase tickets for $30 prior to the event and $35 day of; children 8 and under are free. The proceeds from the Salty Worm tournament and the Delta Bash will go to the Gaillard Pancreatic Cancer Research Endowment at the USA Mitchell Cancer. Tournament tickets and Delta Bash tickets can be purchased on website at SaltyWorm.org.

Fall Garrison Living History Day

Living historians and re-enactors gather at Fort Morgan for the continuation of the site’s commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War. This year, troops will portray garrison life during the spring of 1865 when the Union captors used it as a base of operations for the Mobile Campaign. Artillery and infantry demonstrations will occur throughout the day. Event hours: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at Fort Morgan (51 Highway 180, Gulf Shores). Please visit www.fort-morgan.org for more information. 

Corpse Crawl Race

A zombie filled obstacle-course race that benefits the cross country team of Foley High School & Graham Creek Nature Preserve (23460 Wolf Bay Dr, Foley). 4:00 p.m. Please visit www.active.com for more information. 

Alabama Gulf Coast Christian Academy Kickball Tournament 

AGCCA is hosting a Kickball Tournament! Teams will consist of a maximum of 15 players with at least 5 Adults and 5 Students. Each paid participant will receive a t-shirt. The winning team receives a trophy. The cost to enter is $225 per team. Games and contests for students will be held between and before games. A concession stand will also be available.  9:00 a.m., 18930 County Road 28, Foley. (251) 989-2333; www.gccacademy.org. Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  

How Do Ventriloquists Do It?

Ever wondered how ventriloquists speak without moving their lips?  Now is your chance to find out!  This class will be held at the Fairhope Public Library from 10 – 11 a.m.  Tuition is $5.  For more information or to register call Jim Ellis, 626-9273.

Peddle to the Treasure for a Cure

Bicycle Scavenger Hunt will be held from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.. Ride begins at Orange Beach City Hall 4099 Orange Beach Blvd. (Hwy. 161) Check-in/late registration is from 8 a.m. - 9 a.m. with the ride beginning at 9 a.m. Join us for a hamburger and hot dog lunch at the awards ceremony after the ride! Registration fee includes event t-shirt, lunch after ride, goody bag (early registration encouraged to assure correct t-shirt sizes). Registration for individuals is $15. Team/family (2-3 members) registration is $35. All proceeds benefit American Cancer Society. Individuals and teams will be given a list of sites/things along the trail to be photographed or collected. Points will be assigned for each photo/item. Each participant must furnish their own means of collecting photos. Bike must appear in each photo. The individual or team that captures the most ’treasures’ will be declared the winner. For full details contact Team Captain Jeanne Fitzgibbons at 251-981-1524, 251-747-1344 or by email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Make check payable to American Cancer Society Mail. Mail registration form and check to City of Orange Beach Relay for Life Team: PO Box 458, Orange Beach, AL 36561. 

4th Annual Car Show Benefit Fundraiser

This benefit fundraiser is hosted by Foley Assembly of God. Trophies for Best Original, Best Custom, Best Street Rod, Best “Rat Rod”, Best Custom Bike, Best GM, Ford, Mopar, Best Import, Most Unusual, Farthest Travel, and MANY MORE! Drivers receive a complimentary food. Door prizes & Driver Goodie Bags! Event held “Rain or Shine”. Fish fry lunch with hushpuppies & coleslaw! Proceeds benefit “Alabama teen challenge,” a faith based solution for the drug epidemic. Location: Foley Assembly of God (317 E. Azalea Ave. Foley) from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Please call (251) 232-5856. 

Theatre 98 presents “The Clean House”

See October 15 for more information. 

 

Sunday, October 18

5 Rivers Animal Ambassadors Meet and Greet

Alabama has one of the highest plant and animal diversities in the United States.  Join a member of our human educational staff and meet one of the local critter inhabitants from the Mobile-Tensaw Delta and beyond. 2 - 2:30 p.m. Free. 5 Rivers (30945 Five Rivers Boulevard, Spanish Fort).  Please visit www.Alabama5Rivers.com.

5 Rivers Sunday KID’S Matinee “Dreamworks: Penguins of Madagascar”

Come out and join us every Sunday for a free family, friendly film. Location: 5 Rivers (30945 Five Rivers Boulevard, Spanish Fort).  Please visit www.Alabama5Rivers.com for more information.

Theatre 98 presents “The Clean House”

See October 15 for more information. 

 

Tuesday, October 20

5 Rivers StoryTime: “Room on the Broom” 

The 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month is StoryTime at 5 Rivers.  Children under the age of 6 are welcome to stop by for a free reading of a nature based story followed by arts and crafts.  This week’s story is about a witch – because it’s almost Halloween!  The lovely lady loses some items off of her broom, and some friends help her find them.  All they want is a ride, but is there room?  5 Rivers (30945 Five Rivers Boulevard, Spanish Fort).  Please visit www.Alabama5Rivers.com.

Tween Tech Tuesday

(See October 6 for details)

 

Wednesday, October 21

Rob Thomas at the Saenger

HUKA Entertainment & AEG present Rob Thomas plus Vinyl Station at the Saenger (6 South Joachim St) at 7:30 p.m. Please visit www.mobilesaenger.com for more information. 

Theatre 98 presents “The Clean House”

See October 15 for more information. 

 

Thursday, October 22

Bay Bash 

Mobile Baykeeper is excited to announce its 2015 Bay Bash will be held from 6-9 p.m. at 5 Rivers Delta Resource Center. Bay Bash is an annual celebration of our local waterways and coastal community. Join us to taste phenomenal Alabama Gulf Coast seafood prepared by local eateries, sip on beer, wine and signature cocktails, win prizes at our silent auction and enjoy great music overlooking the Mobile Tensaw Delta. This event benefits Mobile Baykeeper’s efforts to promote clean water, clean air and healthy communities throughout the Mobile Bay Watershed, Alabama’s waterways and coastal communities. Each Ticket to Bay Bash includes a Mobile Baykeeper membership and all current members receive a discount. Please visit www.mobilebaykeeper.org/bay-bash for more information.

Ducks Unlimited Banquet

Join us as we celebrate Ducks Unlimited and Waterfowl conservation at 6:00 p.m. at the Loxley Civic Center (Municipal Park Drive). Please visit 

www.ducks.org/alabama/events/39230/eastern-shore-dinner-loxley-alabama to purchase tickets. 

Theatre 98 presents “The Clean House”

See October 15 for more information. 

 

Friday, October 23

South Baldwin Community Theatre presents “The Secret Case of Sherlock Holmes”

Join us for the “The Secret Case of Sherlock Holmes” on October 23, 24, 30 & 31 at 7:30 p.m. and October 25 & November 1 (Sunday) at 2:00 p.m. at South Baldwin Community Theatre (2022 West 2nd Street, Gulf Shores).  Please visit www.sbct.biz for more information. 

Mobile Opera presents “Pagliacci”

“Pagliacci” is a classic story of betrayal and murder set in rural Italy about 1900. A traveling troupe arrives in a small village to produce a comedy about a love triangle but the love triangle proves to be real and the comedy turns to tragedy in a moment. This story is beloved of opera patrons around the world. Show Dates: October 23 at 8:00 p.m. and October 25 at 2:30 p.m. at The Temple Downtown (351 St. Francis Street). Please visit www.mobileopera.org for more information. 

Theatre 98 presents “The Clean House”

See October 15 for more information. 

 

Saturday, October 24

The 6th Annual Prodisee Pantry Turkey Trot

The 6th Annual Prodisee Pantry Turkey Trot runs through Old Towne Daphne with both a 5K Race and a 1-mile Fun Run. The 5K Race starts at 8:00 a.m. near City Hall on Main Street. It follows a fast, tree-lined course as it winds through Old Towne Daphne. The Fun Run begins at 9:00 a.m. Walkers are encouraged to participate in the Fun Run. A family-friendly post-race party will be held and will include food, music, beverages, inflatables, games and other family activities. Proceeds from the race benefit Prodisee Pantry, Baldwin County’s largest nonprofit emergency food pantry. Turkey Trot participants are also encouraged to bring non-perishable canned food donations to the race. For more information visit www.prodiseepantry.org or (251) 626-1720 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Eastern Shore Kiwanis Run Forrest Run & Best of the Bay Gumbo Championship at Pier Park

The 5th Annual Kiwanis Club of Fairhope and the Eastern Shore Gumbo Championship will be held from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. in the South Beach Park area at the Fairhope Pier. Run registration begin at 8:30 a.m. Gumbo Cook-off begins at 11:00 a.m. Sample some of the areas best gumbo from more than 30 teams with both professional and amateur teams. There will be live music and entertainment along with celebrity judges at this event for the entire family. Make sure to participate in Run Forrest Run 5K & 1Mile Fun Run just before the Gumbo Championship. For tickets or to sign up a team contact Ford Pope at (251) 223-9022, visit www.easternshorekiwanis.org  or contact any Kiwanis Member.

10th Annual Cardboard City

The 10th Annual Cardboard City will be held at Alabama School of Mathematics and Science at Dauphin and Ann Streets from 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m. the next morning. Residents of Mobile and surrounding communities will experience living inside a cardboard box as they participate in creating awareness and raising funds for families experiencing homelessness. Participants bring their own cardboard boxes and are encouraged to decorate their boxes to compete for a prize for the most creatively decorated box. New to Cardboard City, people are able to sleep in their cars for the night, called Car Camping. All cars must have a parent or guardian in the car. All proceeds will benefit two agencies in Mobile. Family Promise who provides temporary shelter and support services to homeless families with children, and Sybil H. Smith Family Village, a Transitional Housing Facility for families experiencing homelessness. Please visit cardboardcitymobile.com for more information.

South Baldwin Community Theatre presents “The Secret Case of Sherlock Holmes”

See October 23 for more information. 

Theatre 98 presents “The Clean House”

See October 15 for more information. 

 

Sunday, October 25

5 Rivers Sunday Matinee “Life of Birds”

Come out and join us every Sunday for a free family, friendly film.  In this week’s program, Sir David Attenborough and other specialists traverse the globe, covering 42 countries and examining over 300 different species of birds.  This incredible documentary reveals birds in a whole new light with amazing video of behaviors not normally witnessed by humans. Location: 5 Rivers (30945 Five Rivers Boulevard, Spanish Fort).  Please visit www.Alabama5Rivers.com for more information. 

Woofstock 2015

The 11th Annual Woofstock to benefit the Animal Rescue Foundation will be held from 11:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. at Bienville Square, Mobile. Woofstock will spread out over an entire city block allowing for even more fun activities, vendor booths, contests and more! We invite humans and their canine companions to spend the day listening to live, local music, enjoying the great food and libations and of course, let’s not forget the ever popular Weiner Dog Race and all-time favorite Doggie Costume Contest. Have your pets tie the knot at the Hound Dog Wedding Chapel & stop by the Kiss a Bully Kissing Booth. This event benefits The Animal Rescue Foundation. Admission Costs: Adults $10/Children $5. For more information visit www.woofstockmobile.com 

Mobile Opera presents “Pagliacci”

See October 23 for more information. 

South Baldwin Community Theatre presents “The Secret Case of Sherlock Holmes”

See October 23 for more information. 

Theatre 98 presents “The Clean House”

See October 15 for more information. 

 

Tuesday, October 27

Tween Tech Tuesday

See October 6 for details.

 

Thursday, October 29

Christian College Fair Night

Join Bayshore Christian School as they host Christian College Fair Night. This is a great opportunity to obtain information and have questions answered by several Christian colleges. Some of the colleges that will be in attendance are Belhaven University, Boyce College, Covenant College, Faulkner University, Geneva College, Judson College, Liberty University, Mississippi College, New Saint Andrews College, Pensacola Christian College, University of Mobile and William Carey University. The Christian College Fair Night will be 6 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at Bayshore Christian School located at 23050 US Highway 98, Fairhope.  For more information call (251) 929-0011.

 

Friday, October 30

2015 Angel Ride Weekend

The mission of the Rileigh and Raylee Angel Ride Foundation is to provide financial assistance to families of children with unforeseen health problems. 9:00 a.m. Campground Opens. $50 Camping Includes Friday & Saturday Nights in Campground, Friday Night Entertainment 6 - 9 p.m. Saturday Entertainment on the Lodge Porch. A Drawdown in the Lodge 6 - 9 p.m.

$1,000 Per Couple for Drawdown Ticket Includes Supper & Entertainment. Saturday, October 31 $35 Ride Registration, Ride Registration 9:00 - 11:30 a.m., ride Departs Oak Hollow at 11:30 a.m. Join us for food, entertainment, camping and more. Please visit angel-ride.org for more information. 

South Baldwin Community Theatre presents “The Secret Case of Sherlock Holmes”

See October 23 for more information. 

 

Saturday, October 31

Making Strides against Breast Cancer

Join the American Cancer Society Making Strides against Breast Cancer walk at Bienville Square to help finish the fight against breast cancer. Registration begins at 6:45 a.m. and the walk starts at 8:00 a.m. Funds raised at this noncompetitive, family-friendly event enable the Society to save lives from breast cancer by investing in groundbreaking research; providing free, comprehensive information and support to those touched by the disease; and helping people take steps to reduce their breast cancer risk or find it early when it’s most treatable. Call the American Cancer Society at (251) 414-1307 or visit makingstrideswalk.org/mobileal.

Elberta Sausage Festival

Held from 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. at the Elberta Town Park on Main Street, Elberta. The best German Sausage you have ever tasted! Made from a secret recipe developed by the founding fathers of Elberta, AL. This is the only place you can get the real thing! Arts and crafts, live music, carnival rides, baked goods and more. 

Annual Renaissance Festival

The Barony of Osprey will present Life in the Middle Ages. You will see Knight in Armor as they storm the castle, view melee’s and sieges. Visit with Lords, Ladies, Artist and Medieval Merchants. Watch our resident Blacksmith demonstrate his craft in the Fort’s original Blacksmith Shop. Location: Fort Gaines Historic Site, 51 Bienville Boulevard, Dauphin Island. Visit www.baronyosprey.org/Gatalop32. 

2015 Angel Ride Weekend

See October 30 for more information. 

South Baldwin Community Theatre presents “The Secret Case of Sherlock Holmes”

See October 23 for more information. 

 

Sunday, November 1

South Baldwin Community Theatre presents “The Secret Case of Sherlock Holmes”

See October 23 for more information. 

 

Thursday, November 5 thru 8

31st Annual Frank Brown International Songwriter’s Festival

Join us for an unforgettable musical journey where the white sand beaches meet the blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico. During this festival, Grammy Award winning songwriters and the up and coming stars of tomorrow come into the spotlight to perform original songs in multiple locations in beautiful Perdido Key and Pensacola, Florida and Orange Beach and Gulf Shores, Alabama. Festival attendees enjoy an up close and personal concert experience and are often able to learn the stories behind the songs as told by the original author. Dates: November 5 -15. Please visit frankbrownsongwriters.com for more information.

 

Friday, November 6

First Friday Art Walk - Fairhope

First Friday Art Walk is a community art and entertainment event held the first Friday of each month. This event is free and open to the public. You may start your art walk by visiting the Eastern Shore Art Center. 6 - 8 p.m. Please call (251) 928-2228 for more information. 

 

Saturday, November 7

Fairhope Veteran’s Day Parade

The City of Fairhope will honor its military veterans with a Veterans Day Parade on Saturday, November 7th. The parade will start at 10 a.m. and will begin and end at the Fairhope Civic Center. Participants include local veteran’s organizations, military vehicles, the Dogwood Trail Maids, local boy and Girl Scout troops, the Fairhope High School Band, the Daphne High School ROTC, the 1165th MP Company, the British Car Club and many other local groups. Leading the parade will be Fairhope’s 2014 Veteran of the Year. For more information, call Paige Turberville at (251) 929-1466.

2015 Baldwin Bicycle Fest featuring Tour de Foley Ride

Proceeds Benefit Foley Lions Club and Foley Kiwanis Club. Join us for a ride through southeastern Baldwin County, Alabama! The rides travel through flat and rolling rural farmland in and around the beautiful towns of Foley, Robertsdale, Loxley, Summerdale, Elsanor, and Elberta. Route Categories: - 3 mile: Kids Ride- 10 mile: on flat rural roads- 28 mile: on mostly flat to rolling rural roads- 71 mile: on flat, rolling, and hilly rural roads. Please visit active.com for more information. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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