- Created: Tuesday, 21 January 2014 21:55
- Last Updated: Friday, 14 March 2014 13:28
- Published: Tuesday, 21 January 2014 21:55
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The St. Mary Parish Knights of Columbus will hold their annual Crawfish & Bluegrass Extravaganza on Saturday April 5, 2014 from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at St. Mary Catholic School. The festival entrance is at 1450 Old Shell Road. This award-winning community event features live bluegrass music! The Knights and sponsor Azalea Seafood & Gumbo will cook and serve thousands of pounds of hot-and-spicy crawfish. Gumbo, hot dogs, and chips will also be available.
The festival will benefit the Catholic Social Services "Legacy for the Future" raising funds to assist CCS with its consolidation of all of its social ministries into a single, modern facility at 188 S. Florida Street.
Guests are asked to bring non-perishable food items for donation to the Knights' food drive for the BAY AREA FOOD BANK. A list of what items are needed and what cannot be accepted can be found at: www.bayareafoodbank.org/Donate/WaysToGive/DonateFood.aspx
Crawfish & Bluegrass Extravaganza- Update 3-14-14
The Knights are excited to announce their headliner will be ROLLIN’ IN THE HAY – the Alabama Music Hall of Fame “Music Achievers” and nationally known band long considered to be one of the forerunners of the “Newgrass” revolution in America.
Local bluegrass favorites Fat Man Squeeze and Phil and Walon will also perform, as well as an Extravaganza newcomer, A Drunker Shade of Green, who will bring their Celtic-bluegrass-rock-ska-punk-inspired tunes to the stage under the beautiful St. Mary oaks.
Band Performance Schedule:
|Phil and Walon||4:30PM-5:15PM|
|A Drunker Shade of Green||5:30PM-6:15PM|
|Fat Man Squeeze||6:30PM-7:30PM|
|Rollin’ In The Hay||7:45PM-9:00PM|