Sunday, May 19, 2019

Matilda on the Bluff at Henry George Park

Henry George Park shines while hosting the play Matilda performed by the 
Eastern Shore Repertory Theatre.

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Live at Five Concert Series 4-26-19

Catch the Modern Eldorados tomorrow at 5:00pm at Halstead Amphitheater on Coastal Alabama Community College's Fairhope Campus.

Sunday, March 3, 2019

Coming Events

“Let’s go!” Fairhope 

Monday, March 4 

5 pm:Live Music - Jon Cook @ Page and Palette 
5:52 pm: Sunset @ Fairhope Pier 
6:45 pm: Order of Mystic Magnolias Parade @ Downtown Fairhope 
7 pm: Live Music - RONDALE 0VERSTREET @ The Bone and Barrel  

Tuesday, March 5 - “Happy Mardi Gras!” 

5:53: Sunset @ Fairhope Pier
6 - 8 pm: Author Ariel Lawhon - “I used to be Anastasia” @ Page and Palette  
6 - 9 pm: Community Board Games - “We’ll teach you to play” @ Mini War Game 
8 pm: Live Trivia - Prizes for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place @ Ravenite Pizzeria 
8 - 11 pm: Karaoke @ American Legion Post 199 

Wednesday, March 6 

5:54 pm: Sunset @ Fairhope Pier 
6:30 - 9:30 pm: D & D Adventures - Role Playing Game @ Mini War Game 
8 pm: Scott Morlock, Piano Man @ Gambino’s  

Thursday, March 7 

5:30 am: Run or Walk, Choose your own pace, distance - All abilities @ Running Wild FH 
2 pm: “Tea for $2” Jo Ann Broadus on the Dogwood Trail Program @ FH History Museum  
5:54 pm: Sunset @ Fairhope Pier 
6 pm: Author Jack Morton - “Salon Dish” - @ Page and Palette 
6 - 7:30 pm: Rock N Roll Bingo w/ Green & Grain food truck @ The Mill
6:30 - 9:30 pm: Live Music - Randy Boyett @ Bill E’s  
7 pm: Live Music - The Funky Lampshades @ The Bone and Barrel 
7:30: Live Music on the PaddyO @ McSharry’s Irish Pub 
8 pm: Rock & Roll Bingo @ Ravenite Pizzeria
8 pm: Scott Morlock, Piano Man @ Gambino’s 

Friday, March 8

9:30 am: Women’s-only run or walk, All abilities welcome - Running Wild Fairhope 
9:30 am: Gentle Yoga with Pat Hiti @ Soul Shine Yoga 

March 4 - 10, 2019

5 pm: Live at Five Community Concert Series w/ Grayson Capps @ Halstead Amphitheater 
5:55 pm: Sunset @ Fairhope Pier 
6 - 8 pm: “First Friday” Art Walk (On 2nd Friday due to Mardi Gras) @ Downtown Fairhope 
6:30 - 8:30 pm: Live Music - Xaris Waltman @ Page and Palette 
6:30 - 9:30 pm: Live Music - Hollis Sellew @ Bill E’s8 pm: Scott Morlock, Piano Man @ Gambino’s 
8 pm: Live Music - A Brave New World @ The Bone and Barrel 
8 pm - 12 am: Open Guitar Jams @ American Legion Post 199  
10 pm - 2 am: Live DJ Party @ McSharry’s Irish Pub 
10 pm - 2 am: Live Music @ Ravenite Pizzeria

Saturday, March 9

6 am: Long-Run 8-10 miles mapped course. Show up early! All abilities - Running Wild FH 
12 - 7 pm: 4th Annual Free Clinic Fundraiser - Doctors bartending @ The Bone & Barrel - Honey Island Swamp Band 
5:30 pm: Live Music - Jamie Adamson @ Bayside Grill  
5:30 - 8:30 Live Music - Mitch Johnson @ The Mill 
5:56 pm: Sunset @ Fairhope Pier
6 pm: Live Music - Fat Man Squeeze @ Fairhope Brewing Company  
6:30 - 9:30 pm: Live Music - Randy Boyett @ Bill E’s  
8 pm: Scott Morlock, Piano Man @ Gambino’s 
8 pm: Live Music - Gypsy Spark @ The Bone and Barrel  
8 pm - 12 am: Open Guitar Jams @ American Legion Post 199 
10 pm - 2 am: Karaoke @ Ravenite Pizzeria 
10 pm - 2 am: Live DJ Party @ McSharry’s Irish Pub

Sunday, March 10 - “Daylight Savings Times Begins” 2 am: “Spring Forward!”  

11:30 am - Live Music- Lisa Zanghi @ Bill E’s 
2 - 7 pm: Cider Day! 10 ciders on tap, Steel City Jugslammers music @ FH Brewing Co. 
3 pm: “Singing for Spencer” Spencer Bohren Benefit @ The Frog Pond at Blue Moon Farm 
4 pm: St. James Concert Series: Echoing Air @ St. James Episcopal Church 
6:30 pm: Traditional Irish Music @ McSharry’s Irish Pub
6:56 pm: Sunset @ Fairhope Pier

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Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Hurricane Gordon Expected Conditions

As Hurricane Gordon approaches the Gulf Coast today, be sure to complete preparations for storm conditions. Power and water delivery may be affected for several days following landfall.

Below is the anticipated rainfall from Hurricane Gordon.

 Wind speed probabilities for the areas affected by Hurricane Gordon.

Friday, August 10, 2018

Alabama Coastal Cleanup 2018

Show your support and concern for Alabama’s waterways by participating in the 31st Annual Alabama Coastal Cleanup scheduled for Saturday, September 15, 2018 from 8:00 a.m. until noon. You or your organization can make a difference by volunteering to clean up our cherished coastal area. The Alabama Coastal Cleanup engages local citizens to remove trash and debris and to change the behaviors that cause pollution. In a continuing effort to clean up the coast, over 90,000 volunteers have removed 800 tons of trash from Alabama’s valued coastline and waterways over the past thirty years. Join us this year as we continue to make Alabama the Beautiful! On the day of the event, come prepared with sunscreen, a hat, gloves, shoes and lots of water. It gets HOT!

Check in at the Fairhope Pier at 8:00 am.

Monday, August 6, 2018

Alabama Delta

Photo by Jessie Patterson

The Mobile–Tensaw River Delta is the largest river delta and wetland in Alabama.

It encompasses approximately 260,000 acres in a 40-by-10-mile area and is the second largest delta in the Contiguous United States. It is home to some of the most diverse wildlife in Alabama including 126 species of fish, 46 mammals, 69 reptiles, 30 amphibians and at least 300 species of bird, including more than 110 which nest in the region.

Humans inhabited the delta region at least as far back as 5,000 years ago.The last important battle of the American Civil War took place at the fortified town of Blakeley, located on the edge of the delta.
A railroad line to connect Montgomery and Mobile, now part of the CSX system, opened across the delta in 1872. In the mid-1920s, the Causeway was built across the lowest part of the delta, connecting the western and eastern shores of Mobile Bay. Later, I-65 and I-10 were constructed to span different parts of the area.

The delta was designated a National Natural Landmark in May 1974.

The Bartram Canoe Trail provides a system of waterways by which boaters may explore the delta.

Most of the delta is very shallow water. To access these areas airboats, canoes, kayaks, or other small craft are typically used.

Source: Wikipedia