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St Mary’s Knights of Columbus Crawfish and Bluegrass Extravaganza returns to St. Mary Catholic School May 18.
It’s a community effort as Dauphin’s restaurant teams up with Naman’s Catering, WALA Fox 10 and Reese’s Senior Bowl for a special fundraising event held on the 34th floor of the RSA Tower on Sunday, April 28, from 6-9 p.m. Join them as they go “In Search of Creole,” an exploratory tour through the history and origins of Creole cuisine’s roots in our Port City.
Enjoy the almost panoramic view of Mobile from high atop 107 St. Francis St. with food prepared by Dauphin’s Executive Chef and Partner Steve Zucker, as well as famed area caterer Alec Naman of Naman’s Catering. The $75 ticket will include two complimentary beverages, access to a silent auction and live music from multitalented Mark Pipas. You’ll be able to dine and mingle with Reese’s Senior Bowl Ambassadors and former NFL greats from our area as well as other special guests.
Proceeds will honor and benefit fallen Mobile Police Officer Sean Tuder’s family as well as Officer Clayton Graham, who was severely injured in a head-on collision this past January. Tickets are available for purchase at the Mobile Police Headquarters at 2460 Government St. or at Dauphin’s. You may also find them at godauphins.com/insearchofcreole.
St. Mary’s KOC Crawfish and Bluegrass Extravaganza Set for May
It’s my favorite event of the year, so get ready to eat all the mudbugs you can as St Mary’s Knights of Columbus Crawfish and Bluegrass Extravaganza returns to St. Mary Catholic School at 1450 Old Shell Road. The delicious festival is coming up May 18. A live bluegrass schedule is developing, with Phil and Foster and Fat Man Squeeze on the lineup, and tasty mudbugs by Crawdats.
Gates open at 3:30 p.m., rain, shine, snow or sleet, and the event runs until 8 p.m. It’s all-you-can-eat for $20 in advance or $25 at the gate. Kids 13–18 are $15, while 12 and under get in free. Purchase them at Mobile Popcorn or at St. Mary. For more information visit stmarymobile.org.
Local Goodness celebrates its sixth year for USA Children’s and Women’s
This year’s event for the popular USA Children’s and Women’s Local Goodness falls on Sunday, May 5, also known as Cinco de Mayo. For that special occasion, expect a celebratory theme with Mexican food provided by 1031 Catering and live music by a mariachi performer! Located at the Strada Patient Care Center on the campus of USA Children’s and Women’s, it runs from 4-7:00 p.m.
Tickets are $150 and are available at usahealthsystem.com/localgoodness. Proceeds from this event benefit its Pediatric Emergency Department’s expansion. Olé!
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