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Power gold The traditional colors of Mardi Gras in Frieay are purple and gold. Purple has been related to royal monarchies in Europe, and is the liturgical color used during Lent in Christianity. Those who celebrate Mardi Gras elsewhere now incorporate a third color, green. This is perhaps an influence from New Orleans' traditional colors of purplegreenand goldwhich came from the Russian House of Romanov in They were adopted there when Grand Duke Alexis Romanoff Alexandrovitch, brother of the heir apparent to the throne of Russiaaccepted New Orleans's invitation to attend Mardi Gras, with festivities in his honor.
Dozens of mystic societies have come and gone over the past three centuries in Mobile. Membership has been formed by affiliated groups such as co-workers, bachelors, women, blacks, black women, Jews, married women, married couples, or open membership, including visitors. Today, many mystic societies operate under a business structure; membership is basically open to anyone who pays dues to have a place on a tuesdaus float.
In contrast, the traditional mystic societies were social clubs with secret afyernoon lists. Divulging one's membership in a society can be grounds for dismissal.
Some aftetnoon the newer mystic societies actively recruit prospective members. Some of the older societies have Alabana membership, with waiting lists ing in the hundreds; others restrict members to alumni of particular schools, or other conventions. Parades[ edit ] Starting two Fridays before Mardi Gras, there is usually at least one parade every night. The Wednesday before Mardi Gras is reserved as a "rain out" day in case one or Mlbile of the earlier parades are affected by weather.
Multiple parades lead up to Mardi Gras day. In recent years these have included a jogger's run and the Joe Cain Procession, also known as the people's parade. ing the Joe Cain Procession does not require membership in a mystic society. However, participants must now up with the city, due to unsafe s xdult people participating in past years.
The parade is always led by Chief Slacabamorinico, currently personified by only the fourth person in the city's long-Carnival history to wear the features of the "Chief". He is surrounded by the Mistresses of Joe Cain clad in red veils and dresses, followed by Cain's Merry Widows wailing in black mourning attire.
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Members of the Excelsior Band established marching down Royal Street. They are known for their Dixieland afult conventional jazz. The Monday before Ash Wednesday is known as "Lundi Gras" "Fat Monday"after the French tradition of eating good foods this day as well as Tuesday, in preparation for afternlon restrictions during Lent. In Mobile, Lundi Gras is traditionally a family day.
Schools are closed both Lundi and Mardi Gras. At noon, the Mobile Carnival Association's Floral Parade is held, with area parochial and public schools providing floats and young riders. The Optimist Club hosts a family-oriented midway near Fort Condecomplete with carnival rides, food, games and activities. Lundi Gras is also a day for king cake parties and other family get-togethers in Mobile.
As a tradition, after other parades, the Infant Mystics society has held its parade annually after 6 p. A Knights of Revelry parade float on Royal Street in Celebrations begin early on Mardi Gras day.
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acternoon Downtown, the long parade organized by the Order of Athena rolls afteenoon, followed by the Comic Cowboys, founded in The evening ends with a spectacular night parade of illuminated floats decorated to a theme chosen by the Order of Myths. Each parade follows a defined route so that viewers can plan attendance along particular streets or balconies. Some parades are long and circular so that viewers can walk to a second viewing spot and catch more throws, as the floats tueddays back.
It allows more time to see performances as well. Numerous smaller parades and walking clubs also parade around the city. Promptly at the stroke of midnight at the end of Fat Tuesday, all festivities related to Mardi Gras cease, as it is the start of Lent.
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City crews quickly clean the streets of all s of Mardi Gras for the next day. Local traditions frown on wearing Mardi Gras be during Lent. Both Catholics and other Christians often observe Lenten rituals, such as giving up certain foods or taking on charitable obligations during the season Aabama repentance. The de, construction and decoration of Mardi Gras floats is a year-round business in Mobile. Several companies along the Gulf Coast do no other work than building floats.
The larger floats in Mobile's parades are deed to hold about 15 or 16 adults and their throws. City regulations stipulate length, width and height of floats, to ensure that the floats can safely navigate the narrow streets and tight turns of downtown. The floats are typically multilevel, with a lower and upper level, and one or two mezzanine stations typically near the back of the float.
The float "captain" typically rides on the upper level, which lets him or her see everyone on the float. For floats in night-time parades, the structures are wired for lighting, and a portable generator is towed behind the float Mohile provide power.
Each float also contains some type of portable restroom facilities. Although from the street, a Mardi Gras float might look like a dainty, flimsy contraption, the reality is that they are quite sturdily built and are capable of withstanding a good rocking by the riders. Order of Incas conquistador float in Some of Mobile's most famous floats include: Order of Myths Emblem: Folly chasing Death around the broken fqt of life.
Knights of Revelry Emblem: Folly dancing in the goblet of life. Conde Cavaliers Emblem: Swashbuckler points his sword right at Mobile. Comic Cowboys: Series of satirical comments Frisay current events, locally and nationally. Knights of Revelry members tossing throws from atop a float in Mardi Gras throws have themselves evolved over the years.
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As little as 20 years ago, the be thrown by Mobile maskers were small, cheap plastic pieces, and few maskers gave much thought to them. Today, the be can be the most expensive items on a masker's throw list. Inthe first Moon Pies acult thrown by children on the Queen's float in the Comic Cowboys parade. Other items that have come and gone through Mobile's Mardi Gras history include Cracker Jacks outlawed inconfetti and candy. Maskers throwing candy today typically throw small bags of bubble gum, kisses and other sweet treats.
Mystic society members have thrown strings of Friray from floats to parade-goers since at least the late 19th century. Until the s, the most common far were custom-colored necklaces of smaller glass be made in Czechoslovakia.
These were replaced by inexpensive, durable, standardized plastic be. Lower-cost be allow riders to purchase greater quantities, hence throws have become more numerous and common. Revelers outside of Joe Cain's former home on Augusta Street, with their hands outstretched. They are begging for throws from the Cain's Merry Mobie.
In the s, many people lost interest in small, common be, often leaving them where they had landed on the ground. Larger, more elaborate, multi-colored bead necklaces and strands with figures of animals, people, or Mogile objects have become the sought-after throws. Nevertheless, citing the increasing cost of throws, maskers continue to buy and throw the smaller diameter be to the masses and save the more expensive, elaborate creations for friends along the route.
One of the many Mardi Gras throws, doubloons are large coins, either plastic or metal, that are usually in the Mardi Gras colors. These coins portray the mystic society's emblem, name, and founding date on one side, and the theme and year of the parade and ball on the other side. The Infant Mystics were the first Mobile mystic to toss doubloons in the mids.
A tree on Government Street, chock full of stray Mardi Gras beaded necklaces in The doubloons thrown during the parade are inexpensive, stamped anodized aluminum. However, a thriving cottage industry has developed for the production and collection of limited edition doubloons. As a means of fundraising, many societies now offer limited edition doubloons struck tuesdaus bronze, silver, gold and platinum.
Rather than being stamped, these pieces are struck like legal tender coins. The Resurrected Cowbellion de Rakin Society struck what has become the most unusual coins in Mobile Carnival history — the Belldallion — doubloons struck in the shape of a cowbell.
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In recent years, plastic cups have been thrown. The Order of Inca was the first krewe to throw plastic cups emblazoned with their emblem and the theme of the parade and ball. Now, every mystic society affernoon the city throws themed cups from their floats. Also thrown are generic Mardi Gras cups, often with the dates of future Mardi Gras seasons printed on them.
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A chocolate Moon Pie. The snacks are typically wrapped, individual portions of food, such as a brownie cookie, snack cake, bag of peanuts, or a Moon Pieusually in the flavors of chocolate, banana, or orange frosted marshmallow cake. Several newer flavors of coconut, vanilla, mint, peanut butter, and salted caramel have been added, over the years. The tossed snacks have also included various bags of pork rinds crackers. Other snacks include dried fruits and whole bags of candy and gum. A large variety of soft plastic toys have become throws, such as hollow plastic water pistolsor ribbed tube-straw whistles.
Small footballs of soft plastic, or foam rubberhave been thrown from floats, often aimed to spin tuesdaus thrown like a full-sized football. Many of these are emblazoned with the Society's emblem or initials. Prohibited throws[ edit sfternoon A of objects are prohibited as parade Alwbama in Mobile, based on safety or sexual restrictions, as defined in Section 49 of the Mobile City Code from 10 February :  "It shall be unlawful for any person to throw the following items from Mardi Gras floats or during Mardi Gras parades: Rubber balls, hard balls such as baseballs, wooden handled objects, condoms or similar items, dolls of any construction with explicit sexual organs, candy apples, ice cream or food products requiring freezing or refrigeration, any food stuff in cans, whole boxes of any food, trinkets, etc.
All Moon Pies, trinkets and other throws shall be thrown individually or in small s. On the days before Fat Tuesday other than at partiespeople who do not belong to a mystic society seldom wear costumes and masks publicly.
Sometimes the general public may wear costumes or masks on RFiday Gras Day. Most people simply dress to be attractive, enjoying the open air and the chance to socialize with other people. Mystic society members wear elaborate costumes that reflect the theme of their parade, ball or float. Costumes include custom-made hats or feather headdresses, though some societies do not require this.