We will be in Mobile, Alabama from October 9-13, 2021. The Expo will be at the Mobile Convention Center: One South Water Street Mobile, AL 36602. We look forward to seeing you there!
Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail consists of 468 holes on 26 courses in 11 site across the state. At the southern end of Alabama is Magnolia Grove, where the Falls course will host our golf tournament. The topography features creeks, marshland, and lakes with each hole carved through indigenous hardwood and pine. Magnolia Grove was recently named one of the “Top 50 Public Courses” by Golf World Magazine readers.
This boat tour is quirky, fun, and interesting! Nothing is ever the same as we transition from the bustling Port, through Mobile Bay into the AMAZING Mobile-Tensaw Delta. This tour covers the AMAZING Delta, local wildlife (including gators, birds, and dolphins), historical landmarks, Mobile Bay, a working port, Naval Vessels, large and interesting cargo ships up exceptionally close. It is likely to be one of the most interesting tours you have ever enjoyed.
Flights Works Alabama is Mobile’s new aerospace exhibition and Education Center. You can take a virtual tour of the international Space Station (ISS), take the cockpit challenge take off and circle the city, and land at the Mobile Aeroplex Brookley, and learn about the Science of Flight and the ExoMars Rover, and tour the Airbus A320 Manufacturing Facility.
The first Catholic Parish on the Gulf coast was established at Mobile in 1703, one year after the founding of Mobile. In 1704, Father Henri Roulleaux De la Vente was canonically installed as the first pastor of the Church of Fort Louis de la Louisiane (Mobile). When the City of Mobile was relocated to its present site in 1711, the Parish Church was rebuilt on the West side of Royal street just North of Conti Street, under the patronage of Our Lady of Mobile. It was in 1781, in Mobile’s Spanish period, that the parish received its present title “Church of the Immaculate Conception.”