The Mullet Man Triathlon has proven to be a definite addition to the Annual Interstate Mullet Toss® and Gulf Coast’s Greatest Beach Party. This is our 26th Annual Mullet Man Triathlon! This wonderful event is open to many categories and is great for family viewing or participation. Enjoy a day on the beach, in the water and the path.


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Wednesday, April 24th, 2024

Now THIS is the way to play golf! The 26th Annual Mullet Swing Golf Classic will be a 4-person scramble. Maximum handicap per player is 30. 

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Available on tournament day:

A package of 2 Mulligans and 2 Red Tee Busters for $25. These cannot be used for Hole in One prizes. One package per player. This event fills quickly every year, so make sure to get your team registered.

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GET READY FOR INTERSTATE MULLET TOSS! This year, we're letting it all fly! 

The Interstate Mullet Toss & Gulf Coast’s Greatest Beach Party is legendary. What started as just a reason to party has become one of the biggest beach parties on the coast. Those who participate in the Mullet Toss will throw a dead mullet over the state line of Florida and Alabama to see who gets the farthest. Hotel bookings are done months, if not years in advance for this event. People travel from across the globe to see what all the fuss is about here at the Flora-Bama; the memories are priceless. 

Want to know how the Interstate Mullet Toss works? See the instructions and dates below the pictures. Come see why the MULLET TOSS is a national event.


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Bama Coast Cruisin’ is an absolutely stunning show. Held at The Wharf in Orange Beach, AL and set against the backdrop of the Inter-Coastal Waterway and the Canal Bridge. It’s a laid back, family friendly weekend full of amazing cars, fun events, entertainment and Southern hospitality.

Main Street, which takes visitors through the heart of the shops and restaurants at The Wharf, the large AMC Parking Lot, the Boat Owner’s Lot & the Marina Lawn will be closed to through-traffic on Friday & Saturday during the weekend of our show. Only Bama Coast Cruisin’ show cars will be allowed to drive or park in these areas. It’s a unique and exciting atmosphere for a cruisin’ event and we have had only positive feedback from our attendees; our exhibitors who…

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The 4th Annual Kites Over Mobile, a thrilling Kite Festival at USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park! Dates:

- Saturday, April 13: 10 am - 5 pm (Music by DJ Blayze, followed by The Will Thompson Band from 3-5 pm)
- Sunday, April 14: Noon - 5 pm (Music by DJ Geaux)

Location: USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, 2703 Battleship Parkway, Mobile, AL 36602


- Professional Kite Flying Demonstrations
- Show Kite Displays
- Kite Hospital
- Kites for Sale Onsite or Bring Your Own!
- Face Painting
- Live DJ and Music
- More Fun Family Activities!


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Led by this year's chairs Tonia Turner, owner of Tonia Turner Events and Design, and Marlo Webb, owner of High Cotton Bath Co., the Art for Heart Gala funds lifesaving research, addresses existing obstacles to improved health, spreads awareness, and inspires people to take action right in Baldwin County and beyond. The evening will feature stories from survivors, as well as entertainment, dinner and an exciting auction. 


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-Over $100 million in boats and marine products on display

-Consistently the "Top Boat Buying Show" in the northern Gulf

-Exhibitors list that reads like a Who's Who of the marine industry

-120 wet slip boats and yachts on display

-More than 700+ sport & console boats on land

-Something for everyone, from an entry level boater to a seasoned veteran

-Bridgewalk Area featuring the Event Stage

-Marine artist Larry Rackley's Kid's Art Classes

-Exhibitor displays, instructional seminars and much more, plus live music


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Get your green beer (or green cocktail) ready! St. Patrick's Day is coming up on March 17, and you best be caught wearing green. But why exactly do we do we celebrate this holiday? Here we give you a quick St. Patrick's Day history primer to answer all the questions you might think to ask about it all.

Why exactly do we celebrate on March 17? Who was St. Patrick, when was he born, and why do we care about the patron saint of Ireland in the United States? What exactly do leprechauns have to do with it all? Where did all those St. Patrick's Day traditions like parades and all things shamrock come from? There's plenty of trivia behind the holiday to explore, so read on to find all you need to know before you head out to the pub or this year's Irish…

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Fairhope, Alabama, is famous for its kaleidoscope of flowers that paint the city like nature's brushstrokes, creating picturesque backdrops for everyday strolls and cherished celebrations. From vibrant azaleas and delicate magnolias to cheerful tulips and classic roses, our town’s floral heritage reflects the colorful history of our creative, coastal community. It is this ever-changing yet timeless landscape that continues to inspire artists and beckon visitors season after season. For over 70 years, our flower-lined streets have proudly hosted the Fairhope Arts & Crafts Festival. While it has grown and evolved throughout the years, it remains a familiar family tradition for so many. During this three-day event, our population of 22,000 swells to…

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No matter how many times you visit 32-mile stretch of sugary sand on Alabama's Gulf Coast, you'll find yourself planning your next trip to Gulf Shores and Orange Beach before you've even reached I-65 on your way home. The signature catchphrase of Gulf Shores "Small Town, Big Beach" can be seen around town, and gives you a glimpse of what kind of place it really is. While the white quartz sand and rolling waters of the Gulf of Mexico are the main attraction, there's plenty more to do and see. Here are the top things to do during your getaway to Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Alabama.


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