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August 27, 2021
Orange Beach Senior Center September 2021 calendar of activities

Shoreline News - Life Enriching Activities for the Adult 50 & Over

Dear Friends, 

I am hopeful this finds you all well and enjoying the last days of summer. With the current upsurge in Covid in our area we want to be careful and aware. So we are not scheduling any extra activities this month. With kindness and patience for each other, we will hopefully see a...

August 25, 2021
Visions of Christmas auditions flyer, August 2021

By Brad Gallier, City of Orange Beach

Have you ever dreamed of being the American Idol? Do you sing Christmas songs all year round? Can you hold a tune while showering? 

If you answered yes to any of these questions, or can carry a decent tune while playing air guitar in traffic, the City of Orange Beach Expect Excellence music department needs you to lend your singing...

August 13, 2021
Graphic from AL.com article on August 13, 2021 titled, "Alabama grew faster than expected in 2020 Census. Which areas were underestimated?" Find it online at https://www.al.com/news/2021/08/alabama-grew-faster-than-expected-in-2020-census-which-areas-were-underestimated.html.

Digging through the raw data released from the U.S. Census Bureau on Thursday, August 12th, AL.com posted the article "Alabama grew faster than expected in 2020...

August 13, 2021
Alabama Reef Zones map

By DAVID RAINER | Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

Already the largest in the nation if not the world, Alabama’s artificial reef zones recently got even larger with the addition of 110 square miles of Gulf of Mexico bottom.

As part of an overall $8.135 million expansion of the Alabama Artificial Reef Program, the Alabama Department of Conservation...

August 6, 2021
Fireworks explode over palm trees with blue light blanketing The Wharf retail stores on August 10, 2020.

The 2nd Annual Makos on Main at The Wharf is scheduled for Monday, August 9th to celebrate the Makos heading back to school on Wednesday, August 11th.

The whole community is invited. Wear your Orange Beach Mako school colors.

The annual Kids Night Out, hosted by the Orange Beach Police Department, will be part of the event. Activities will start after 5 p.m. with a student parade...