Waterway Village Zydeco And Crawfish Festival And 5k

Dated: 03/24/2015

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225 East 24th Avenue 

Gulf Shores, AL 36542


The Waterway Village Zydeco & Crawfish Festival boils up a beaucoup (Cajun for a lot) of fun on Saturday, April 18.  Sink your teeth into some hot, juicy, lip-smacking crawfish while dancing to the infectious rhythms of some of the best Zydeco bands from around the South.  There will be crawfish races, arts and crafts vendors, children's activities and even an authentic 80-foot shrimp boat on hand offering nonstop fun for all ages.
 
If that's not enough, you'll have the chance to work up an appetite with the 5K Run/1 Mile Fun Run beginning at 8:30 a.m. starting at Waterway Village next to Tacky Jacks Gulf Shores. Then after the race, stay for free beer and refreshments! Part of the proceeds from this race go to a local animal rescue, Furrever Homes. After or before this exciting event coming up, give me a call so I can show you some of our beautiful properties on the Gulf Coast. Properties from Gulf Shores thru Orange Beach to the Florida Line.

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