The City of Orange Beach is gearing up another fun summer on the water with their popular Full Moon Paddles that are held at the Wind & Water Learning Center at 26267 Canal Road, behind the Orange Beach Public Library.
Three events are planned. Each event features dinner on the grounds, supplied by an area restaurant and musical entertainment. After enjoying the food, entertainment and meeting new friends everyone heads out to paddle Wolf Bay.
Dinner and entertainment start at 6:15 p.m., with the paddle starting at 7 p.m.
Summer 2023 dates
- Saturday, June 3 - Food from Tacky Jacks and entertainment by Spicy Danger’s Scott Bottrell. Register for the June 3 Full Moon Paddle on Eventbrite.
- Sunday, July 30 - Food from Luna’s and entertainment by The Cordial Brothers - Chase Weseley Brown.
- Sunday, August 27 - Food from Cosmos and entertainment by Basch Jernigan.
Registration fee is $35.00 per person. Participants must bring their own kayak, PFD & white light (headlamps work best). Everyone must be pre-registered before each event.
Online registration will be available at www.eventbrite.com. Printed registration forms will be available on the Wind & Water Learning Center's Activities page on the City Website. All monies raised benefit the Baldwin County Child Advocacy Center. Additionally, anyone can donate and support this effort.
For more information on how you can be a part contact Wind & Water Learning Center Coordinator, Jackie McGonigal at 251-974-7245 or firstname.lastname@example.org.