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RSH3 Red Dress Run - Mardi Gras Style

February 14, 2015, 12:00am

Downtown Hsv
Huntsville, AL  35801 Map

Our anal Red Dress Run for charity but with a Mardi Gras theme this year. The annual Red Dress Run has cum on us again. This year we will fraternize the Mardis Gras Parade as well as solicit the Pubs. Group participation in the parade is 50 dollars for a Krewe (already pd). Each Krewe Member participation is $25. Red Dress (or something red) is encouraged. PARADE and After Party From the "Rules" (see event link/rules) EVERY SINGLE KREWE MEMBER MUST HAVE A MEMBERSHIP FORM ON FILE WITH MARDI GRAS HUNTSVILLE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PARADE!!! $25 per Adult – 21 & older (includes parade entry, Krewe Party at The Lumberyard, catered by Tims Cajun Kitchen & entertainment by The Flashbacks)

Rites of Spring Hash

March 7, 2015, 12:00am

Rocket Shitty, Huntsville, Alabama 35801

Pagan rituals, small animal sacrifices, hash gods, beer. This hash will have it all. Hares: Dick in Krazy & Oedipussy

Scout Hash

March 14, 2015, 2:00pm

National Children's Advocacy Center
210 Pratt Ave NE
Huntsville, AL  35801 Map

This hash event will be family/kid friendly! So language kept cleaner, probably no drunkenness... I know, most people might not want to show up now, but please remember there will be young children along. Location: Around the Child Advocacy Center in Huntsville near where the St. Patrick's Day parade is. Trail Length: Approx. 2 mile Hare: IRS and ??? Time: Gather 2:00pm Hare away 2:30 On-After: There should be a small park nearby with equipment for kids to play on. After some play time, those that want will walk/drive to Sam & Greg's for gelato and pizza... it is Pi day after all. Hash Cash: Adults $5 to cover cost of cookies and trail drinks. Theme to be around Scouting. Looking at ordering different kinds of Girl Scout Cookies to be at the stops along with water and (root) Beer. But not limited to just Girl Scout for theme, but all types of scouting activities, be creative. I have someone that knows some of their songs and maybe I can find some of the old cub/boy scout traditions to take the place of our normal songs in circle. If your name is something best left as an acronym, we will go with that, and vice versa. This is a chance for those that end up missing trail because they have their kids that weekend to be able to bring their kids along. Or in my case, nieces and nephews.