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Area Events

Lions Club Boston Butt Sale

Aug. 30

8 am - 10 am

Gold Star Park, Wetumpka

Tickets for Boston Butts are being sold by all club members. Order now.

Proceeds from the annual fundraiser benefit Lions Sight and local projects.

Eclectic United Methodist Church Labor Day BBQ Sale

Sept 1

9 am - 1 pm

Eclectic United Methodist Church, Eclectic

The EUMC Men's Ministry will be selling Camp Stew ($8 Quart)  and Boston Butts $30 each and Pulled Pork ($9 lb)

Pre-order tickets can be purchased at Jackson's Furniture or at the Church. All proceeds will go towards local ministries. For more information or to place an order, call 334-541-3681.

Labor Day Weekend Concert

Aug. 31

6:00 pm

The AMP, Lake Martin

Bring summer to a close with the final concert of the season. Featuring co-headliners Corey Smith and Moon Taxi with special guest, Mother Funk. Doors open at 5 pm, show at 6 pm. Tickets $20. Children 6 and under free. Tickets available at the box office and at www.lmat.org.

Annual Labor Day Barbeque

Sept 1

6 am until sold out

Barbeque Hut adjacent to the Millbrook Softball Complex

and Civic Center, Millbrook

Pork and Chicken plates, sandwiches and camp stew will be available. All proceeds benefit projects in the Millbrook community.

Aliant Bank's Free Financial Series

Every Tuesday in August

Tabernacle Baptist Church

1020 W. Tallassee St., Wetumpka

Financial Series Topics:

August 5th - Credit & Credit Scores

August 12th - Balancing & Savings

August 19th - Budgeting

August 26th - Financial Security (ID theft)

Each Session Begins at 7pm and last one hour.

Free but Registration is encouraged.

Call (334) 270-2080 to register.


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Saturday August 30, 2014


8:00 AM

Near the New Sports Complex & Ball Fields, Wetumpka


Registration here: http://mud-mania.com/reg.php

Mud Mania - Heat 1 @ 9amStart Time: 9:00amPrice: $55.00 Race Fee + $3.30 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends August 27, 2014 @ 11:59pm ET
Mud Mania - Heat 2 @ 9:30amStart Time: 9:30amPrice: $55.00 Race Fee + $3.30 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends August 27, 2014 @ 11:59pm ET
Mud Mania - Heat 3 @ 10amStart Time: 10:00amPrice: $55.00 Race Fee + $3.30 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends August 27, 2014 @ 11:59pm ET
Mud Mania - Heat 4 @ 10:30amStart Time: 10:30amPrice: $55.00 Race Fee + $3.30 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends August 27, 2014 @ 11:59pm ET
Mud Mania - Heat 5 @ 11amStart Time: 11:00amPrice: $55.00 Race Fee + $3.30 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends August 27, 2014 @ 11:59pm ET
Mud Mania - Heat 6 @ 11:30amStart Time: 11:30amPrice: $55.00 Race Fee + $3.30 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends August 27, 2014 @ 11:59pm ET
Mud Mania - Children's Race @ 12pmStart Time: 12:00pmPrice: $45.00 Race Fee + $3.00 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends August 27, 2014 @ 11:59pm ET
Mud Mania - Heat 9 @ 1pmStart Time: 1:00pmPrice: $55.00 Race Fee + $3.30 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends August 27, 2014 @ 11:59pm ET
Mud Mania - Heat 10 @ 1:30pmStart Time: 1:30pmPrice: $55.00 Race Fee + $3.30 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends August 27, 2014 @ 11:59pm ET
Mud Mania - Heat 11 @ 2pmStart Time: 2:00pmPrice: $55.00 Race Fee + $3.30 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends August 27, 2014 @ 11:59pm ET
Mud Mania - Heat 12 @ 2:30pmStart Time: 2:30pmPrice: $55.00 Race Fee + $3.30 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends August 27, 2014 @ 11:59pm ET
Mud Mania - Heat 11 @ 3pmStart Time: 3:00pmPrice: $55.00 Race Fee + $3.30 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends August 27, 2014 @ 11:59pm ET
Mud Mania - Heat 12 @ 3:30pmStart Time: 3:30pmPrice: $55.00 Race Fee + $3.30 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends August 27, 2014 @ 11:59pm ET
Place123 Main St
Wetumpka, AL US 36092

Mud Mania is a mud drenched outdoor obstacle adventure race fueled by excessive and unreasonable enthusiasm. Whether competing alone or on a team, ultimately it is a challenge that will pit your raw grit against the notoriously rugged Alabama mud.

Race Contact InfoIf you have any questions about this race, please contact the race director atcbowers@about-time-events.com

Baby Boot Camp has arrived at Russell Medical Center!

Everything the expectant mom needs to know about the childbirth process

Call Community Relations for class schedule and registration - 256-329-7145

Don't Delay The first session begins Sept. 2nd

Alexander City, AL

Saturday, September 27, 2014
Elmore County Emergency Management Agency
Safety Preparedness Fair
Wetumpka Lowe's Parking Lot

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Murder at Graveyard Creek at Tallassee Guesthouse on Sept 5th and 6th.

Email murderatgraveyardcreek@gmail.com to make your reservations now.

Event Name:


Hosted By:

Stockton Heritage Association

Mailing Address:

P. O. Box 127

Stockton, AL 36579


Lynn H. Bozone




 Baldwin County's Bicentennial Park in Stockton, AL, 1.5 Miles North of I-65 on St. Hwy 225




NOVEMBER 1, 2014

Hours: 9:00 -4:00 PM

Admission: Adults $10, $15 at Gate, Children (6 yrs to 12 yrs) $5, under 6 yrs old Free


All proceeds go to helping us get a museum in our community. Thank you for your time and support.

2nd Annual Stockton Sawmill Days, Nov. 1, 2014, Stockton, AL -Step back in time as Stockton celebrates its history and heritage as a sawmill town. Draft animals pulling logs; professional lumberjacks demonstrating log-rolling, pole-climbing, crosscut sawing, & boom-walking, lumberjack sport camp where pros teach young & old art of log rolling & crosscut sawing; living history demonstrations - basket making, spinning, weaving, horseshoeing, blacksmithing, syrup making, gristmill, Indian camp, cooking in cast iron pots, piney wood oxen & sheep & others. Churn butter, shell corn, gather eggs, hunt for treasure in sawdust pile. Juried “folk art”. Live music. Buck dancing contest. “Hayride History Tour” of park compliments of Bald. Co. Dept. Archives & History. Flap jacks & syrup, sawmill biscuits, tomato gravy, fried catfish & cheese grits, cracklings, turnip greens, corn bread, BBQ, funnel cakes, buttermilk pie, plus: For more info. or to purchase earlybird tickets on line - www.stocktonsawmilldays.org


For More Information on Wetumpka Senior Center's Calendar of Events, Click Here:




Jasmine Hill Gardens and Outdoor Museum now open  July - October Saturday 9 AM - 5 PM. Call 334-567-6463 for more information or to schedule group tours and private functions. www.jasminehill.org





 Well folks it’s that time of year again for the Titus Fire Departments MAZE OF TERROR ranked as one of the best haunted houses in Alabama. This is our 13th year of operation and I feel this year will be one of our best, hands down. Admission this year is $10 per person with plenty of free parking and a great concession stand with all kinds of food and drinks. We will be open every Friday & Saturday night starting Oct. 3rd and ending Nov 1st. Our times will be from 7PM to midnight.This will be a totally hair rising experience throughout the entire house plus an Enchanted Forest of the dead. We have had too many people who could not make it pass room 3 and there is 10 rooms in all plus the Enchanted Forest. This house is not for YOUNG CHILDREN. Also noAlcohol or Firearms aloud on the grounds. We can only allow 5 people in at a time so if you have a big group (Please work it out before you get to the door.)

Directions from Major Interstate: take US Hwy 231 north out of Wetumpka and follow the 4 lane until it turns into a two lane and go 6 miles and turn left at Kim’s Conoco Station on to Titus Rd. (Co Rd. 29) and go approximately 6 miles and you will see the signs. From Clanton, take hwy 31 south to Co. Rd.22 and turn left, go approximately 14 miles to Kelly’s crossroads, there will be a caution light there, turn right on Co. Rd. 29 and go approximately 8 miles and you will see the signs.
Call for more information 334-399-0623 or 300-6857. If anyone above the age of 18 would like to volunteer to help in our rooms please call.


Alabama Nature Center


We are on the hunt for hard-working individuals with a passion for conservation education!

If you are interested in assisting with program development, setup, execution, cleanup or maintenance at the ANC, we need you! Opportunities include the AWF Fishing Team, ANC Trail Crew, ANC Education Program Team and others.

Click here for more information.

Want to see more of the Alabama Nature Center?

With more than 350 acres of striking forests, fields, and streams to explore, there's always something new to discover at the Alabama Nature Center.

Join the ANC family by becoming an ANC birding, photography, walking, or fishing club member or season pass holder.
CLICK HERE to find out how.

The Alabama Dept of Public Safety's Driver License Division will adjust its days of service in Wetumpka in June to maximize resources. Currently, the Wetumpka Examining office, at 303 Hill Street, is open from 8 A.M. to Noon and from 1:00 pm to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday. Beginning the week of June 16, 2014 the office will be closed on Thursdays. For additional details on this office or other Driver License services, visit the Alabama Department of Public Safety's website at www.dps.alabama.gov.

View Freshwater Tournaments  Upcoming LAKE JORDAN Tournaments

Central Bama Bass Club
Water Body: Jordan
Boat Ramp: Bonner's Point
Target Species: Bass
Start Time: Safe Light End Time: 2:00PM
Local club of weekend fisherman. If interested in joining our club contact Brad Edwards @ 334-399-3114 OR Derek Edwards @ 334-799-5445, or email us at info@centralbamabassclub.com
Email: Brad Edwards or Call: (334) 399-3114

Thank you to our amazing volunteers who made Craterfest possible! Our Craterfest Committee gave unselfishly of their time and their talents for months prior to Craterfest and then giving up family time on Easter weekend.
They are the best volunteers any organization could ever have!
They are: Chairwoman Teresa Roberson of Southeastern Business Printers without whom none of this would be possible - her commitment and desire to see things through delivered a smooth running, well-coordinated event, Head of Security Eric Hyde & family, Electrical Assistance Randy Morgan, Kidzone and Volunteer Coordinator Missy Rhoades, Merchandise Coordinator Charlotte Hart, Stage Assistance Sharon Brooks and Karen Brooks, Vendor Check-In Jenifer Glover, Vendor Logistics Frank Berterelli, Casino Shuttle Liasion Johnny Steadham, Hotel Coordinators Tracy Hart, Chris Singleton & Lynn Woodcock from Wind Creek Casino & Hotel, Crater Tour & Artwork Exhibit Coordinator Marilee Tankersley, Vendor Check In Gwen Turner, VIP Tent Coordinator Kathy Holt & Kathleen Holt, Merchandise Coordinator Kim Butler, Overnight Security Help Chesmon Guthery & Ben Coley, Vanessa Rohan & family, Jared Gallops, Ben Alford, Electrician Andy Brantley, Tiffany Robinson and Randy from the City with his crew of city employees, Barry Chrietzberg, Chief Celia Dixon, Asst. Chief Crenshaw and all their wonderful security officers, Martha Dykes, Jimmy Collier, Marlene Goodman, William Holt, Walt Lynch, Richard Roberson, Michael Young, FireChief Willis, Sharon & Mike Lewis, Sheryl Reeves, Tori & Loren Steadham, William Holt, Debbie Collier and all the Kidzone volunteers. We appreciate everyone's help and commitment to making Craterfest a successful annual event - even through river flooding the week of Craterfest and day-long downpours the day before or locating last minute fans to blow away the flying bugs during the concerts...we made it through and it was an event to remember. Thank you Volunteers! We love you! We will have a Craterfest wrap-up party soon. Watch this post for details!


Wetumpka Police Department offers Citizen Firearms Training

The Wetumpka Police Department will conduct citizen’s firearms classes at Wetumpka Police Department headquarters at 208 Marshall Street. Class size is limited to 20 participants and those attending must preregister. Classroom work will be from 8 am – noon, a break for lunch and the class will resume at the department firing range. Items needed for the class are a firearm, approximately 50-100 rounds of ammunition, a baseball cap, protective eyewear (sunglasses etc.) and a pistol permit, if applicable. Cost is $10 which is payable upon registration at Wetumpka Police Dept. 208 Marshall Street. Call for upcoming class schedule (334) 567-5321.

Classes are 8:00 AM - Wetumpka Police Headquarters  208 Marshall Street, Wetumpka, AL


 National Active/Retired Federal Employees Association Chapter 1985, meets the third Friday of each month at the Front Porch Grill in Millbrook On Hwy 9, (Behind Rite Aid) at 8:30 AM for Breakfast/Coffee. For Info call (334) 799-2261 Tom Karrh, President. (TomKarrh@hotmail.com or Tom Karrh at 334-799-2261).


Tom Karrh President NARFE Ch1985
758 Karrh Rd
Prattville, AL  36067




Millbrook Community Players Theatre

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Wetumpka Depot Players
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Downtown Redevelopment Presentation of downtown concept plan November 7, 2013


DocumentsWetumpka Concept Plan PresentationKick-off Meeting PresentationScope of Work MediaCity Council OKs plan for downtown projectPlanning Board hears pitches on downtown project


Other InformationTax Incentives for Historic Buildings For questions or comments please contact David Robison atdrobison@cityofwetumpka.com City of Wetumpka awarded $450k for Revitalization with Community

Development Block Grant

Read the full article here:




WAKA Interview with Glen Halbrooks and Exec. Dir. Vanessa Lynch

Saving Historic Buildings in Downtown Wetumpka

Pancake Breakfast Coverage:




Artwalk Wetumpka has begun courtesy of  Hope Brannon, Carol Hickman and Mark Harris, with the help of Public Works and Wetumpka Pride. They have brought beautiful art work to vacant storefronts in downtown Wetumpka! Come see the unique art designed by local artisans depicting the way of life in Wetumpka with artwork on Company Street, Court Street, East Bridge St., Hill Street and Commerce Street.

Online Events


Santuck Flea Market

7300 Central Plank Road/Highway 9, Wetumpka, AL 36092

OPEN:  9/6/14, 10/4/14, 11/1/14, 12/6/14










An outdoor flea market with more than 450 booths featuring arts, crafts, antiques, novelties,

imports, food, and more.The Santuck Flea Market is open the first Saturday of each month

from March - December from daylight until 2pm. RAIN OR SHINE.

Santuck Flea Market and Santuck Community Center are owned and operated by community volunteers.

All proceeds benefit the Santuck Volunteer Fire Department, Santuck Community Center, and various community needs. Each month a different church or civic organization operates the kitchen in Venable Hall to raise much needed funds.

Prices: Free admission, free parking available

Phone: 334-567-7400
Santuck Flea Market






The Wetumpka Exchange Club Bass Tournament

Saturday, August 30, 2014

6 AM -2 PM

Gold Star Park

1st Place $2,000

Call Haywood Robbins for more info (334) 567-5456

Coosa River Challenge XII, October 4, 2014   

Wetumpka, Alabama City of Natural Beauty


2014 Race Details

3-6 hours of mountain biking, trail running, river paddling with lots of special tests throughout.  The format is 2-person teams male/female/co-ed or individual and the course is friendly enough to be finished by the novice racer, while challenging enough for the veteran adventure racer.  We expect the top teams to finish in about 4 hours with the majority of racers to have finished in 6 hours.  The route incorporates the last of the whitewater of Alabama's major river systems and finishes in historic downtown Wetumpka.

Saturday, October 4, 2014


Entry Fee

April 22 - June 22$75$130
June 23 - August 23$100$150
August 24 - September 24$110$175

Packet pick up will be at the pre party friday October 3, 2014 at 6:00-9:00 at Coosa River Adventures. Detailed info about challenges will be provided as well as food, drink and entertainment.

General race day timeline Saturday morning:
6:00 am - Last Minute registration and packet pickup if you missed Friday night event.

7:00 am - All racers at Goldstar Park for bike drop-off and race briefing then transport (big yeller schoolbus) to race start. (Please be on time)

8:30 am - Race Start at Swayback Bridge Trailhead

If you need any directions to any of the race locations, check out the map below.

Other questions, just create a forum post and we'll see if we can get it answered.

Below is a general map of the race course...Green is start, Red is morning meeting point and finish. Yellow is Friday night.

View CRC Adventure Race in a larger map


To assist in race planning; There is only one official race transition area which is located at the Swayback trailhead. The run and the bike will start and finish from here. You will be allowed to leave one gear bag at this location during the race for transition purposes. Gear bags and bikes will be transported back to the finish at Gold Star park after the biking is completed. Whatever you take with you after the biking portion on your way down to the kayak/canoe leg will remain with you until you arrive at Goldstar park, so plan accordingly..
Note: The boat leg ends at Goldstar park where you will find the long awaited finish line. You can choose to leave more equipment along the course, but race organizers are not liable for any equipment left at any point other than the official transition area.

Race planning is just about complete, but we reserve the right to keep the lid on a few surprises (that’s why its called an Adventure race right?). But I’m sure you wouldn’t want it any other way. Anyway, Here is what we will disclose:
• Run; distances is approx. 3-4 miles at the start with about 2-3 more added in throughout.
• Bike; distance around 8 miles.
• 7 mile kayak/canoe down the Coosa river
Note: Canoes/2-man-sit-on-top and indivual kayaks will be available on a first come/first serve basis. Due to logistics, we will not be accepting specific boat type requests. (Teams must use team boats, a team can’t use two individual kayaks)
• Finish at Goldstar Park

Challenge Details:
Several challenges will be revealed at racetime.


These rules are to ensure the safety and integrity of the race. They will be enforced the race staff and volunteers. Any protests can be made after completion of the race to the race director. All decisions by the race director are final.

Boat Information

Like last year, competitors are not restricted to certain types of canoes/kayaks. Hey we’re all about fun and keeping it simple; If it floats you you can use it. Race qualified boats may be rented at a discount at the time of registration – either online, or mail-in. Boat rental is $35 for teams, and $25 for individuals.


  • Failure of a team to pass through each checkpoint in order.
  • Using a mode of travel other than the one specified for each leg.
  • Any travel other that human powered travel.
  • Littering on the course.
  • Assistance by anyone not competing in the race (this includes support crew) outside of the Transition Areas.
  • Missing checkpoint
  • Disobeying instructions from a race official
  • Unauthorized road/trail travel
  • Non-assistance to a person in danger
  • Not wearing or improperly wearing a life jacket in the boat
  • Not wearing a helmet while on the bike
  • Violation over the identity of a competitor or change of a team member during race
  • Removing/altering a punch device, trail sign or marking
  • Travel on Unauthorized/Restricted route

30 Minute Penalty

  • Teammates not staying within 100 feet of each other.
  • Teams not staying on the prescribed course.

15 Minute Penalty


Racers should prepare for 4-6 hours of hydration such as camelbacks, electrolytes, fuel, etc. We will have a water station at the Swayback Bridge trail. Racers will also need to bring a compass for the orienteering challenge.


Wetumpka, Alabama – 32.54°N, 86.21°W

Distance from:
Birmingham: 95 Miles
Mobile: 175 Miles
Jackson: 265 Miles
Atlanta: 170 Miles

Use the Google map above for detailed driving directions to Coosa River Adventures - the site of the pre-race registration on Friday night (Yellow Marker).

Places to Stay

Camping is available at the race registration site (Coosa River Adventures)

Detailed Lodging Information: TheRiverRegionOnline Lodging Page

For more information, contact info@coosariverchallenge.com  

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 Life is either a daring adventure or
 --Helen Keller

Wind Creek Wetumpka
100 River Oaks Drive
Wetumpka, AL 36092
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Be Our VIP
  • Sundays, 12 pm – 3 pm, NOW – September 28th
  • Every Sunday, we’ll be giving away VIP passes for seven days of unlimited access to all amenities at any Wind Creek or Creek Casino property.
  • Plus, one lucky GRAND PRIZE winner will get to choose from one of five amazing vacation packages valued at $25,000. It’s the trip of a lifetime!
  • Every week you could win a $25,000 Grand Prize Getaway including  $10,000 CASH, all access passes or $1,000 FREE Play!

See THE CLUB for details.


Find Your Winning Moment
  • Tuesdays
  • Swipe at the brown kiosks to play our virtual scratch off game.
  • Win up to $1,000 FREE Play instantly.
  • Drawings every Tuesday at 7 pm & 8 pm.
  • You could win even more FREE Play and prizes!
  • GRAND PRIZE DRAWING onAugust 26th at 9 pm towin a 2014 LAND ROVER!

See THE CLUB for details.


Win on Wednesdays
  • Wednesdays
  • Every week from 4 pm - 9 pm.
  • Lots of cash, FREE Play, and prizes. Get over the mid-week slump with hours of fun-filled excitement.

See THE CLUB for details.


Tournament Time
  • Thursdays, 4 pm - 9 pm
  • Tournament Time is the most fun you will ever have at a games tournament.
  • We will award $5,000 each week for a total prize package of $20,000!

See THE CLUB for details.


Play & Win
  • Fridays,  7 am – 7 pm
  • Earn 500 base-points any one Friday in August and receive a Wind Creek Wetumpka picnic basket!
  • Limit one per player per month.

See THE CLUB for details.


You Spin to Win
  • Mondays,  6 pm – 9 pm
  • Earn 30 base-points and the USPIN TO WIN game will pop up on your screen.
  • Spin the wheel to win FREE Play prizes. Play up to five times an hour.
  • Prizes will automatically download on your CLUB Card.

See THE CLUB for details.

Daily Jackpot
  • Our games are so hot, we’re guaranteeing a $10,000 or higher jackpot will hit every day in August!
  • If it doesn’t, we’ll draw for a share of $10,000 in FREE Play and Prizes.

See THE CLUB for details.

5x Entries
  • Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays
  • Earn 5 times the electronic entries throughout the month of August simply by playing on THE CLUB Card.

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Military Appreciation
  • Sundays,  10 am - 3 pm
  • You’ve served our country, now let us serve you!
  • Sundays in August bring a valid military I.D. and you’ll receive a FREE BRUNCH BUFFET!
  • Enjoy American favorites, international offerings, a huge salad bar and specialty desserts.
  • It’s all on us!

See THE CLUB for details.

Gift of the Month
  • Sundays
  • August 31st, 4 pm – 8 pm
  • Earn 750 base-points any one Sunday in August and receive a Trunk Organizer.
  • It’s the perfect way to keep your car tidy and find what you need quickly!
  • Platinum & Black Card members come pick up your complimentary gift.
  • Stop by THE CLUB on August 31st to receive your pick-up number starting at 8 am.
  • Actual gift may vary. While supplies last. Limit one per guest. No rain-checks.

See THE CLUB for details.


Ladies Night
  • Mondays, 4 pm - 9 pm
  • Come out and join the fun!
  • Win up to $500 FREE Play, Essentials gift cards or spa gift certificates.

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Last Man Standing
  • Mondays,  9 pm – 10 pm
  • Fellas, we haven’t forgotten about you! Take part in hot seat drawings for a share of $500 FREE Play.

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Super Seniors
  • Thursdays, 11 am – 4 pm
  • Seniors 50+, WIN your share of $3,000 FREE Play!
  • Earn 10 base-points and get a FREE breakfast buffet at the BUFFET from 7 am to 10 am.
  • Plus, $10 FREE Play and a FREE gift with 100 base-points earned.

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New Players
  • Become a new member of THE CLUB and receive up to $1,000 FREE Play for $1,000 played during the first 24 hours of your visit (with a minimum $75 loss).

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Referral Program
  • Refer your friends to Wind Creek Atmore, Creek Casino Montgomery or Wind Creek Wetumpka, and you’ll receive $5 FREE Play for every 500 base-points they earn during their first six months!
  • Your friend(s) will be reimbursed up to $1,000 in FREE Play based on their first day’s play (with a minimum $75 loss).
  • Only guests who do not currently have an account can be referred.
  • Both current account holder and referred guest must be present at the time of enrollment.

See THE CLUB for details.