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celine mini luggage tote MOBILE, Alabama -- Mardi Gras revelers, start your engines. The big boom-boom weekend is upon us, with parades on tap on both sides of the bay. Parades on Friday, Feb. 28 In Mobile, the Crewe of Columbus, celebrating its 93rd year, will roll at 6:30 p.m. on Route Awith the theme "Bucket List" and 18 floats. In addition to the mystic society's classic floats -- the Emblem, Ni a, Pinta, Santa Maria, et. al. -- watch for bucket list floats on the Olympics, the Super Bowl, the Great Barrier Reef, skydiving, a safari, a zip line, a bungee jump and a flight with the Blue Angels. Marching bands include the University of West Alabama, the U.S. Coast Guard Color Guard, the Mobile Olympia Brass Band and bands from LeFlore Magnet, Mary G Montgomery, Bryant, Central, Riverdale, Williamson, B.C. Rain, Daphne and Blount high schools. On the Eastern Shore, the Mystical Order of Mirams rolls in Orange Beach at 6:30 p.m.,starting at Wintzell s on Perdido Beach Boulevard in Orange Beach and heading east to end at the Rite Aid on Ala. 161. The Maids of Jubileewill parade in Fairhope at 6:45 p.m.The group is celebrating its 30th anniversary, with the theme of "Champagne Wishes and Jubilee Dreams." The parade will have 10 floats depicting times when people pop open a bottle of champagne to celebrate, including Happy Anniversary, Triple Crown, Sprint Cup Nascar, Royal Wedding, The Masters, The Grand Slam and Happy New Year. Marching units will include the U.S. Marines, the Shriners, Excelsior Brass Band, Bay City Brass Band, Fairhope High School Band, Duncan McCall band, Bayside Marching Band and Robertsdale Marching band. Parades on Saturday, March 1 Two parades on opposite sides of the bay begin at 11 a.m.: the Foley parade in the town of Foley; and in Prichard, theKrewe of Kids, followed by the Krewe of Goats at noon. In downtown Mobile, a big lineup rolls at noon on Route A: the Floral Parade, the Knights of Mobile, Mobile Cadets, Mobile Mystical Ladies and the Order of Angels. Other Eastern Shore parades include the Mystic Revelers at noon in Bay Minette; theKrewe of Mullet Mates at 2 p.m. in Mullet Point; theMystics of Pleasure at 5:30 p.m. in Orange Beach; and the Shadow Barons at 6:45 p.m. in Daphne. And Saturday night is one of Mobile's most popular spectacles: the Mystics of Time, also known as "the dragon parade," rolling at 6 p.m. on Route A.The mystic society is celebrating its 66th anniversary with 19 floats and the theme "There's a First TIME For Everything," and some of those firsts are First Man on the Moon, First President, First Marriage, First Response, First Base, First and Ten, First Hunting Trip and First Temptation. The MOTs have upped the ante a bit with its second 17 bands will march, including Baker High; Blount High School, the 2013 first-prize winner; and Williamson, Vigor and B.C. Rain high schools from Mobile. The bands will be judged on their performances during the parade, and the top three winners will win trophies, cash prizes and an automatic invitation to the 2015 Mystics of Time parade. Sunday, March 2 (Joe Cain Day) This day celebrates the life of Joe Cain, the man credited with bringing Mardi Gras back to Mobile in the bitter years after the Civil War and Reconstruction. arranging to have Cain's body moved to the Church Street Cemetery and launching the Joe Cain Procession, or "People's Parade." On the Eastsern Shore, the Loyal Order of the Firetruck rolls at precisely 2:29 p.m. from Daphne Mayday Park through Daphne on Joe Cain Day. The group, founded in 1996, describes itself as "a loose association of well-intentioned revelers celebrating Joe Cain with their children on the Eastern Shore." In downtown Mobile, the Joe Cain Processionrolls at 2:30 p.m. in Mobile on route A, but the action starts much earlier than that. About 11 a.m., by longstanding tradition, Joe Cain s Merry Widows will gather at Church Street Cemetery to mourn at his grave behind the Mobile Public Library s main branch. The Widows then move into the Oakleigh Garden District to hold a massive street party at Cain s former home on Augusta Street. And at 5 p.m., Le Krewe de Bienville,Mobile's only civic Mardi Gras organization, will hold its 53rd parade, with seven floats.The mystic society was founded by hotel owners in 1961.