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The 7th Annual Hangout Oyster Cook-Off and Craft Beer Weekend

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The Hangout, 101 E Beach Blvd, Gulf Shores, AL 36542

 

FRIDAY NOV 7 Craft Beer Festival Kickoff Party Kick off the weekend right! Try over 60 beers from more than 25 craft brewers. Live music from the Mulligan Brothers, Steelism and a national act to be announced. Great opportunity to meet the chefs and brewers. Beer tasting tickets are just $25. This is an event for adults. Includes admission, unlimited beer tastings and music all night long. Festivities start at 6 pm on Friday. Presented by AL.com

$10-$50

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The 7th Annual Hangout Oyster Cook-Off and Craft Beer Weekend

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The Hangout, 101 E Beach Blvd, Gulf Shores, AL 36542

 

SATURDAY NOV 8 Oyster Cook-off | Free To the Public Sample an incredible selection of oysters prepared by the Nation's hottest chefs. Chefs will compete in three categories for the best oyster, taste them all. Free admission to the public. Purchase tasting tickets to use in exchange for oysters, craft beer, wine, moonshine and champagne. Enjoy live music, an oyster shucking competition, cooking demos and more. Help us crown the nation’s best oyster in our “Blind Oyster Taste Test”. Football fans won't miss a game. Relax and watch your favorite team in one of our sports viewing lounges or inside the Hangout. Cooking begins at 11 AM. Awards at 5 PM. Watch football all night long.

$10-$50

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Moveable Feast | Farm to Table Dinner

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Weeks Bay Plantation, 12562 Mary Ann Beach Rd, Fairhope, AL 36532

 

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Moveable Feast is a series of annual dinners inspired by the changing seasons and the bounty of produce unique to each one. Held in a different location every season, Moveable Feast is a traveling culinary experience! The dinners feature gourmet meals and wine pairings designed and prepared by area chefs with fresh, local ingredients. As many ingredients as possible are grown right here in Baldwin County, or else are sourced from farms in Alabama and along the Gulf Coast. The mission is to reconnect the diner with what is local and fresh, and with the people who cultivate it.

The meals are set in the out of doors at long, communal tables, to help form a connection to the source of our food and the people who make it possible. Each location offers something different- a spectacular view over the water or a quiet pastoral scene, a grove of tall trees or even a slightly more urban setting.

Moveable Feast is brought to you in partnership with the Windmill Market, an open-air space in downtown Fairhope bringing consumers music, food, produce, and art- all from local acres, minds, and hands. Many of the producers who are supplying ingredients for these dinners also sell their produce at the Windmill Market’s Grocery.

The feasts hope to bring together those who are passionate about food, and love our land and sea and the abundant resources they provide. You are welcome at our table!

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The Frog Pond at Blue Moon Farm with Willie Sugarcapps

Silverhill, AL

 

The Frog Pond at Blue Moon Farm in Silverhill, Alabama is a private outdoor house concert in a private home.

The venue is as distinctive as the performers. The Frog Pond itself, is an outdoor stage under a 200 year old Cedar tree on Blue Moon Farm, a property owned by Cathe Steele. Steele, and her songwriter friend Grayson Capps, took inspiration for the Frog Pond house concerts series from the famed “Midnight Rambles” conducted by drummer Levon Helm. As she describes it, the core idea is to bring musicians and serious listeners together in an informal but respectful house concert setting on the farm where the focus is firmly on the music and the community built through artists and listeners. It’s a magical place where music is brought back to it’s roots in a true listening venue where songwriters and musicians alike come together to “wood shed” and network. The Frog Pond offers each artist the opportunity to play with others that they would not normally have the opportunity to perform with while sharing fan bases & introducing their music to new ears in an incredible listening audience within an intimate venue of true music lovers.

At Blue Moon Farm, patrons bring their own chairs and beverages and are encouraged to participate in a communal covered-dish dinner. Overnight camping is allowed for out of towners. The house concerts are intimate, unique, and you must be on the guest list to attend as it is not open to the public. Please feel free to contact us for details and an invite to experience the musical magic and community of The Frog Pond at Blue Moon Farm.

$25 at the door Age limit: 18+

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30A Songwriters Festival

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30A Songwriters Festival, Hwy 30A - Various Venues, Santa Rosa Beach, FL

 

The 30A SONGWRITERS FESTIVAL is a three-day music festival during MLK weekend, Jan 16 – 18, 2015, featuring more than 150 songwriters and over 200 performances in venues ranging from intimate listening rooms to spacious outdoor amphitheaters amid a backdrop of brilliant white sand beaches and turquoise waters along scenic Highway 30A in Northwest Florida. For more information and constant updates, please visit the website: http://www.30asongwritersfestival.com/

$200-$10000

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Ballad of Sugarcane Jane

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New Year brings new Sugarcane Jane album (video) 

Sugarcane Jane has stayed under the radar since teaming up with bandmates Will Kimbrough, Grayson Capps, and Corky Hughes with their band, Willie Sugarcapps although the Gulf Coast duo is working hard to bring new music to their fans in 2014.  They have been fine tuning an album that they recorded late last year at Creative Workshop in Nashville, Tennessee with mentor and co-writer Buzz Cason.  This album will peak their fans interests with classics like Pedigree and Sugar as well as new cuts never recorded… Read more

What is Our Silence Worth to Miley Cyrus? 

A dear friend of ours, you might know him, Andy Andrews (the bestselling author and inspirational speaker), wrote a blog yesterday with a great message to the world.  He says, "We are dangerously passive when it comes to promoting people who deserve it. Is there anyone whose work or influence we should passionately get behind? Or do we carry on with our timid retreat as the culture we have allowed to overwhelm us continues to marginalize most of what we consider right and good?"  - See more at: 

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