Gulf Shores is hosting their 42
Annual National Shrimp Festival this October. This culinary event will be paired with more than 80 hours of musical entertainment of national, regional and local acts from Perdido Key and the surrounding area! There will be a range of acts including Blues, Motown, Southern Rock, Jazz, Zydeco and Country starting from 10am through to the end of the Festival.
There will be 50 local and regional vendors all along the boardwalk and 200 lbs of shrimp will be prepared and given away for everyone to sample at different tasting times. There will be over 200 art booths with craft vendors, model cars to view, sand sculpture contests, and a “Shrimp Festival Idol” similar to American Idol
Published on Friday, October 4, 2013
The federal government shutdown doesn't limit all outdoor recreationists' activities though it may impact people's outdoor plans in Florida if they are planning on going to federal parks and wildlife refuges. To be sure, consult federal park websites. However, there may be closes on boat ramps as well as hunting, fishing, and wildlife viewing, as well as closures on visitor centers and gates at all access points. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC managed) lands will remain opened. There will be FWC officers on duty throughout the state, and for more information on amenities still available at the state wildlife management areas feel free to check online or call 888-404-3922 (FWCC). Also, for you fishing enthusiasts, Florida has extended the snapper
Published on Tuesday, October 1, 2013
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