How much do you really know about Jimmy Buffett?
Jimmy was born on Christmas Day in 1946 in Pascagoula, Mississippi. He grew up in Mobile, Alabama, went to Catholic High School and attended the University of Southern Mississippi. After college, he headed to Nashville where he chased women and fame.
His musical success came after his move to Key West in the early 1970’s, where he fell in love with the sea and developed a laid-back, island style attitude while playing in bars for drinks and tips. He claimed that he “almost” decided to support himself illegally by working with drug runners. Instead, Jimmy wisely elected to leave Florida and started singing about Florida.
“Margaritaville” became Buffett’s biggest hit way back in 1977 and his signature song, and the inspiration for his whole brand. He is one of the most recognized and loved figures in popular music and has been for decades. Jimmy could now buy his own island!
Parrot Heads all over the world have adopted Jimmy’s tropical lifestyle. We “party with a purpose.” We are social to the bone and work hard to leave the world a better place than how we found it! We offer an alternative to “everyday” life. Become a member and join in our phun at www.emeraldisleparrotheads.com or attend one of our monthly Friday night phlockings and check out the membership table. We would love to see you! Phins Up! Jan H., President
0NLINE REGISTRATION REMAINS OPEN FOR LIMITED TICKETS!
DEADLINE EXTENDED!!! SIGN UP NOW!
You asked for it! You got it! Two big buses will be ready to whisk us away to Kinston to visit Mother Earth Brewing and the Down East Wood Ducks Game at Grainger Stadium again this year! This adventure is full of fun and offers everything parrot heads love!
When we arrive at the Brewery, we can spend time sipping their craft beers in the tap room and beer garden or explore other establishments nearby. At the stadium, we’ll enjoy a private party in the 2-story Mother Earth Pavilion, receive a free t-shirt, and enjoy the best of trop rock music by the fabulous and award winning artist, Ricky Lamb & the Phin Addicts. A food buffet and 2 cash bars for beer and other drinks will also be available.
So, register today!!! The online registration can be found on our website at www.emeraldisleparrotheads.com under the Menu labeled “Beer and Baseball.” Baseball ticket/Private Party only is $25 per person. Baseball ticket/Private Party and Bus is $60 per person. You can also register in person at the March 4 phlocking. So, get out your koozie and your baseball cap and let’s hit the road! Below is our schedule:
11:00 a.m. Depart on Buffett bus from Publix parking lot located on Emerald Isle, NC (don’t be late and no large coolers please since it’s only a little over an hour each way)
12:15 p.m. Arrive at Mother Earth Brewing Co. (free time on your own to explore downtown)
2:45 p.m. Depart on Buffett bus at Brewery
3:00 p.m. Arrive at Grainger Stadium
3:15 p.m. Phin-Addicts
4:00 p.m. Cheeseburger in Paradise Buffet (approx time)
5:00 p.m. Ballgame
8:00 p.m. Board Buffett Bus and depart Grainger Stadium (departs after game)
Still want to be a Parrot Head?
Last Chance to Pay 2022 Membership Dues or you will have to rejoin!
Since we did not meet in January, collection of dues is extended to March 15. All 2022 dues must be paid by March 15. It doesn’t matter what month you joined because our dues are only $10.00 per person and we do not pro-rate them. There are three ways to pay your dues.
Method 1 – Use our website to renew, emeraldisleparrotheads.com. Use the Click here to Join or Renew picture (or click this link!) and follow the directions. You do not fill out a form to renew. There is a 61 cent fee that you need to add to your $10.00 for each membership being renewed. This is the fee to PayPal. Also, you do not need to have a PayPal account. Any credit card can be used.
Method 2- Renew your membership through the mail. Send check to
Emerald Isle Parrot Heads
PO Box 4293
Emerald Isle, NC 28594-4293
Method 3- Pay your dues at the March 4th Phlocking.
Please remember that if dues are paid later than March 15 you will have to rejoin the club and fill out the form again. Our data base will be updated shortly after March 15 to reflect current paid memberships. Our club dues are lower than any other club.
After paying a small amount of each membership to the National Parrot Head Club, we use the rest to run projects to help the community.