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Green Eggs and Ham VIII

Wednesday, March 14th — Sunday, March 18th 2018

At The Rally

As we work on the schedule of events throughout the year, updates will continue to be posted on this page. Come back to check on rally progress every once in awhile. We plan to keep a similar schedule for the 2018 rally.


Notes from Previous Events

Chili Mixer
Robert has been the Master Mixer Chef, and with his magic capabilities, he has morphed a chili mixture into an exotic meal. Rally-goers bring a batch of their own special chili to add to the mix. With specially made chili, there is an explosion of taste without par.

Gumbo Dinner
Bob and Pat have generously treated us to a non-shellfish Gumbo delicacy that certainly puts most other Gumbo to shame.

Firewood/Campfire
John is the Firemaster! His exemplary fire-building skills with local firewood has kept us socializing in toasty conditions. He and Kathy have also organized a lunch outing for the rally group at Uncle Mick’s Cajun Market and Café.

Potluck Dinner
Chuck, the six-foot leprechaun in the kilt, has been the emcee and overseer of the Potluck and Gift Exchange. He depends on a few coordinated hands to set up the organization of food on the tables (the tables YOU bring if you have them).

We'd love to hear when you're ready to roll up your sleeves to separate salads, meats, sides, desserts. An expeditious task, but someone needs to make it efficient, because we want maximize our taste buds in a timely manner and get to the Gift Exchange!

Gift Exchange
Bring a gift bag, and you’ll get the opportunity to get a bag after the Potluck Dinner. To participate, just bring a St Patrick’s Day themed gift valued between $5 to $10 in concealed wrapping, and you'll get a gift in return. Get creative.

Egg Parade
Todd & Maureen have taken this on in the past year. It’s an opportunity to show off your rig and get ideas from others in enhancing your respective rigs. Get to know thy neighbor.

Crafts
Pat has been presenting creative craft classes at the Pavilion, which allows you to walk away with not only a craft, but with new friends.

Tech Class
Larry also has provided informative classes at the Pavilion, sharing his professional knowledge and experience involving all things molded fiberglass and beyond.

Morning Coffee
Don and Maxine have graciously volunteered to see everyone wake up with a hot cup of morning coffee at the pavilion. They get our day going, juices flowing and rallying activated.

Nightly Music
Banjo Bob and the band of musicians have melded together to create sweet sounds in the woods and to be the highlight of the campfire. Musicians please bring your instruments!

 

Area Attractions

What is there to do when you're not rallying? With a wide variety of offerings in the area, there is something for everyone. We want to hear about what you find interesting.

Montgomery Convention and Visitors Bureau
Things to Do in Montgomery
Prattville Chamber of Commerce
Uncle Mick’s Cajun Market and Café
Things to Do in Prattville
Selma To Montgomery March
Selma To Montgomery - National Historic Trail
Things to Do in Selma