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Helpful Links

Here are some links to other web sites connected to Mobile Mardi Gras. Click on whatever interests you, but be sure and come back to the Mask.

Museums:
Mobile Carnival Museum
Museum of Mobile's Mardi Gras timeline
Mobile Museum of Art

Civic web sites:
City of Mobile's Mardi Gras pages
Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce's Mardi Gras page
Mobile police Mardi Gras mounted patrol school

Mystic and parading organizations:
Joe Cain Marching Society
Mobile Area Mardi Gras Association
Mobile Mardi Gras Parading Association
Cain's Merry Widows
Mobile Mystics
Order of Inca
Conde Cavaliers Facebook page
Pharaohs
Le Krewe de Bienville
Conde Explorers
Order of Angels
Mystic Order of Persephone
The Shadow Barons
Crewe of Columbus
Order of Osiris
Mystics of Pleasure
Mistresses of Joe Cain (Facebook page)
Mystical Order of Mirams

Merchants:
Chattanooga Bakery (MoonPies®)
Toomey's Mardi Gras stores
Atlanta Bread Company
Mardi Gras Warehouse
Robert Moore Christmas Town
Bienville Beads
Bienville Books
Joe Cain hot sauce
Dynasty Collection royal crowns and jewelry
Francia's Formal Affair

Hotels
Renaissance Mobile Riverview Plaza
The Battle House Renaissance Mobile Hotel & Spa
Grand Hotel Marriott Resort, Golf Club & Spa 
Admiral Semmes Hotel
Holiday Inn Downtown
Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown
The Malaga Inn
Fairfield Inn & Suites Marriott Mobile/Spanish Fort
Courtyard Marriott Mobile/Spanish Fort

Food & Drink
Original Oyster House
Cream & Sugar
Serda's Coffee Company
Joe Cain Cafe
O'Daly's Irish Pub

Events:
The Joe Cain Classic (5K run)
Mardi Gras Carnival (Bay Minette)

Artists:
Devlin Wilson (Mobile and Mardi Gras artist)
Brentoons (art by float designer Brent Amacker)
Thrown Art (art made from Mardi Gras beads)
Jim Wainwright's Mardi Gras prints

Music:
The Excelsior Band
Bay City Brass Band
Chico and Chris (a popular "truck band")

Etc.:
Lillian Dean, The Mardi Gras Lady
Old Mardi Gras photos at The Doy Leale McCall Rare Book and Manuscript Library at the University of South Alabama
Photos of Mobile Mardi Gras costumes
An entertaining blog called Mobile Mardi Gras Revelers
The Grand Hall, Inca's meeting hall, available for functions