These events and more can be found posted on the official Dept. of Alabama Tourism website, Sweet Home Alabama.
Thursday, June 1
Friday, June 2
Bay MinetteThe Annual Crawfish Bash is a family friendly community event that kicks off Summer! You will find crawfish, corn, potatoes, sausage, hot dogs, locally brewed beer from Fairhope Brewing – along with other non-alcoholic beverages, live music, kid’s activities and a lot of fun! Tickets are available through the North Baldwin Chamber of Commerce, and kids 10 & under are free! Tickets include all food and beverages.
FoleyArts and crafts, plants, baked good and more with live entertainment and a movie under the stars on a big screen, Bring lawn chairs or a blanket.
Throughout June and July, and on every Wednesday:
TheodoreWho knew Wednesday could be so wonderful? Every Wednesday in June and July, enjoy a special program about Bellingrath Gardens and Home, gardening, local history and nature.
Saturday, July 1
Monday, July 3rd & 4th
Tuesday, July 4
FairhopeJul 4, Fairhope. Fairhope’s Fourth of July Festival and Fireworks Display. 251-929-1466. www.cofairhope.com. Free. Henry George Park and Fairhope Municipal Pier–The Baldwin Pops Band Independence Day Concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. with a variety of patriotic music before and after the fireworks display. The fireworks display will begin at approximately 9 p.m.
MobileCelebrate Independence Day in Mobile at Battleship Memorial Park, one of greatest military parks in America. Enjoy picnicking, a traditional patriotic concert and a spectacular fireworks show on the edge of Mobile Bay.
Thursday, July 6
Thursday, July 20th Thru Sunday July 23rd
Thursday, August 3
Saturday, August 5
Dauphin IslandThe well-preserved ramparts of Fort Gaines have guarded the entrance to Mobile Bay for more than 150 years. Now a fascinating historic site, the Fort stands at the eastern tip of Dauphin Island where it commands panoramic views of the bay and the Gulf of Mexico.
Gulf ShoresA one-day living history event commemorating the events that happened at Mobile Bay August 5-23, 1864. The fort will come to life with drills and demonstrations of artillery by historical interpreters.