Bring your favorite gloves and tools! Water will be provided! Requests for proposals to begin the design and implementation of the center are being sent out this week for this exciting project!
Bikers of all ages are welcome to celebrate the beauty of coastal Alabama with the 11-mile Crepe Myrtle Trail Ride on Saturday, April 2!
The riders will travel from Arlington Park (1814 15th Street, Mobile 36615). This ride is designed to connect Mobilian bikers with the beauty and biodiversity of the western coast of Mobile Bay and is an informational tour about the ecology, economics and histroy of the area. Speakers at the ride will cover salt marshes and wetlands, birds and other estuarive animals, oyster reefs/living shorelines, and the history of the Brookley Aeroplex along with the economic impacts of Airbus.
If you are bringing a rider who is 15 years old or younger, they are required to bring and wear a helmet.
This year’s event is proud to welcome Willie Sugarcapps as the headliner along with The Lizards and Paw Paw’s Medicine Cabinet. Willie Sugarcapps is a combination of local artists Grayson Capps, Will Kimbrough, Corky Hughes and the duo Sugarcane Jane coming together to bring songwriter-in-the-round and jam session-styled collaborations. The five artists take turns singing lead and switching instruments, such as fiddle, banjo, mandolin, lap steel, bass and even ukulele. The sound is a little bit country, a little bit rock ‘n’ roll, a little blues, a little New Orleans and tells a story.
The music festival will benefit the Dog River Clearwater Revival efforts to protect and improve the water quality of Dog River. Sponsorships are available — call Marbury Buckhaults @ 251-458-8533 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The private lot hosting the event is located at 2415 Venetia Road and tickets are $25, with children under 10 getting in free. Online tickets go on sale March 15. Stay tuned for updated information.
The Peninsula of Mobile and Goodwyn Mills Cawood, Inc. invite you to join in the celebration of the Corridor Master Plan for the peninsula portion of Dauphin Island Parkway.
This plan began in 2013, with ideas, input, research and commitment from our local residents, community and business leaders, neighborhood organizers, city, county, state and Federal officials, to create a vision encouraging economic redevelopment of Mobile’s unique community through flood resilience. Now, the Master Plan for our community is ready to be unveiled. Bring your friends and neighbors and come be a part of theis celebration!