5th Annual Crawfish in the Courtyard
Thursday, Apr 03, 2014

5th Annual Crawfish in the Courtyard:

Mudbugs, music and more!

Heralding the official opening of crawfish season on the Gulf Coast, the Exploreum Junior Advisory Board is hosting its 5th annual Crawfish in the Courtyard. The signature Cajun-themed fundraising soiree will be held at the science center Thursday, April 3th at 6:00pm.

All event proceeds will benefit Discover Science, the Exploreum's program with the Mobile Housing Board to provide underserved children engaging educational science experiences including IMAX film, lab demonstrations and science camps. More than 400 guests attended the previous crawfish event and raised more than $20,000 impacting for the program. Event hosts are the Exploreum’s Junior Advisory Board, a volunteer organization of leaders from the young professional community dedicated to raise awareness and support for the Exploreum Science Center.

Admission to Crawfish in the Courtyard is $25 in advance and $35 at the door. A finite number of tickets will be sold to ensure sufficient feasting by attendees.

Admission includes:
• All you can eat crawfish from DIP Seafood-Mudbugs and jambalaya from Naman's Catering and Event Planning.

• Adult beverages including Abita Beer provided by Gulf Distributing Company Flow Admission to all Exploreum exhibits and IMAX film Flight of the Butterflies

• Live Entertainment by Roman Street

• Silent Auction with TONS of great items including gift certificates to local restaurants, coolers, high-end sunglasses and much more!

A HUGE thank you to all of our sponsors:

Abita Beer

Adams and Reese LLP

Delaney Inc.

DIP Seafood-Mudbugs

Gulf Distributing Company

Gulf Electric Company

Hand Arendall LLC

Bry Shields -
Lyon Fry Cadden

Naman's Catering & Event Planning

PNC Bank

Regions Bank

Russell Thompson Butler & Houston, LLP

Sunrise Dermatology

Music by
Roman Street

*This is a 21 & up only event.

Click here or on the Get Tickets link to reserve your spot today!


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