Tenth Annual Celebration Of Heritage Harbor Days In Foley, Nov. 5th-7th.
Heritage Harbor Days began in 2001 to celebrate “Foley Pride” and the rich culture of the surrounding communities. This year's event promises to be better than ever with a fantastic line-up of attractions for adults and kids alike. Unique activities
include exciting Miss Foley Shrimp Boat Demonstrations, complete with storytellers, plus agricultural displays and the “Living History Tent.” Kent “Chuckwagon Cook” Rollins will be there demonstrating genuine cowboy cooking with authentic utensils. The famous Foley model train exhibit is a must see and there will be free train rides for the kids. Other exhibits include the Children's Art Village, Alabama quilters, local arts and crafts displays, plus oyster shucking, a wooden boat show and much more.
Enjoy a wide range of live musical entertainment from Friday through Sunday with bands like Cool Change, Bayou Boys, Alabama Blues Brothers, Fat Man Squeeze, Sugar Cane Jane, The Heltons, Three On A String, the Little Rock Baptist Church Choir, and the big sound of The City Rhythm Big Band. On Sunday, “Celebrate America Day” will begin with a Veteran's Parade at 1:45 p.m., followed by a Veteran's Ceremony at 3 p.m., and a fireworks extravaganza will mark the end of the festival at 6 p.m.
Located at the intersection of Highways 59 and 98, festival admission is free with plenty of parking in downtown Foley and the Foley Civic Center, just a block away. For complete information, go to www.heritageharbordays.com or visit www.gulfshores.com.