Dock at the Rock 2011

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Dock at the Rock set for May 14th on Smith Lake’s Silverock Cove.

2nd Annual Concert series and boat show benefits Black Warrior Riverkeeper!

(CRANE HILL AL) H2 Real Estate is hosting the 2nd Annual “Dock at the Rock” on May 14th with a series of outdoor concerts on the newly installed amphitheater at Silverock Cove. Performers include Paul Burch, Jon Black, Doc Dailey & Magnolia Devil and Dillon Hodges. In addition to the concerts, the event will feature a Boat Show by Rambo Marine, fishing demos and canoe tours, and plenty of family-friendly activities all day.

“We are honored to receive donations through Dock at the Rock again,” says Charles Scribner of Black Warrior Riverkeeper. “We are excited to promote recreation around this beautiful setting on Smith Lake.”

“When we set this up last year, we wanted to bring people out and help raise money for Black Warrior Riverkeeper since their work is so important to protecting Smith Lake and the area,” says Carter Hughes of H2 Real Estate. “We had a good response, so we tried to make it bigger with a full day of live music for 2011.”

The event is open to the public, and food will be provided for the guests. A $20 All-Day Pass will benefit Black Warrior Riverkeeper, which includes a barbecue lunch and a crawfish boil from Red Mountain Crawfish in the evening.

Activities include:

*Live music at the amphitheater from 12-8pm.

*Boat Show and Learn-to-Ride clinic sponsored by Rambo Marine. Rambo will feature demos of Cobalts, MasterCrafts, and Crownline boats. They will also offer wakeboard and surf lessons, taught by a professional wakeboarder.

*Nelson Brooke, Riverkeeper, will be providing tours of Smith Lake in Black Warrior Riverkeeper’s Patrol Boat.

*There will be a fishing expo with one of the premier stripe fishermen on Smith Lake.

*There will be canoe and kayak tours throughout the day.

*Tornado relief donations will be accepted throughout the event and will be taken directly to affected areas in Walker County downstream of Smith Lake. Canned goods, clothing, cleaning supplies and other items are especially requested.

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Developed with nature in mind, Silverock Cove ( includes an environmentally-conscious approach and preserves the lay of the land and the woods, tucking each lake side unit among towering trees. Spend your days fishing, skiing, or just laughing among friends. At night, everyone will slowly settle by the water’s edge to marvel at the homes of Silverock Cove, gently gracing the hillside lit up like glowing lanterns among the trees.

Black Warrior Riverkeeper ( is a citizen-based nonprofit advocacy organization whose mission is to protect and restore the Black Warrior River and its tributaries. A member of Waterkeeper Alliance, Black Warrior Riverkeeper won Alabama Environmental Council’s 2007 Conservation Organization of the Year and American Canoe Association’s 2008 Green Paddle Award. Nelson Brooke, Riverkeeper, won Alabama Rivers Alliance’s 2010 River Hero Award. For more information contact Charles Scribner, Executive Director: 205-458-0095, [email protected].

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