City of Orange Beach - Relay for Life Team announces 2019 Summer Full Moon Paddles

May 20, 2019
Group of kayaks are shown paddling on Wolf Bay during a Full Moon Paddle fundraiser

The City of Orange Beach - Relay for Life Team is gearing up for its fifth summer of fun on the water with the popular Full Moon Paddles.  The paddles have become the number one fundraising effort for the Orange Beach Team.

The events are held at the Wind & Water Learning Center at 26267 Canal Road, behind the Orange Beach Public Library.  Prior to participants leaving to experience the night-time paddle, area restaurants cater the dinner on the grounds at 6:15 p.m. for everyone to enjoy and area musicians donate their time to entertain.  After enjoying the food, entertainment and meeting new friends everyone heads out onto the water from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

There will only be two paddles this summer.  The June paddle is Father’s Day. What a great opportunity to spend time on the water with dad!

  • Sunday, June 16 with Southern Grind
  • Sunday, July 14 with Cosmo’s Restaurant                                           

Registration fee is $25 per person.  Everyone must be pre-registered. Online registration will be available at www.eventbrite.com

Print out registration form for the June 16th Full Moon Paddle by clicking here or pick one up at any city recreation facility in Orange Beach.  All funds raised benefit the American Cancer Society – Relay for Life effort.

Participants must bring their own kayak or canoe, personal flotation device (PFD) and white light (headlamps work best). Paddling experience is necessary for this fundraiser as 3 to 5 miles will be covered on Wolf Bay. 

For more information, contact Relay Team Captain Jeanne Fitzgibbons at 251-981-1524 or jfitz@orangebeachal.gov.    

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