Crawdad Festival to be Held September 5

10632745_290537804467960_7099281155168112148_nHosted by the Knights of Columbus #2145, the 10th Annual Colusa Crawdad Festival will occur at the Colusa County Fairground on Saturday, September 5, 2015.

With gates opening at 1:00 PM, admission is $10 with no charge for children aged 13 and under.

Guests will enjoy live Zydeco music by CZ and the Bon Vivants and Mark St. Mary.

In addition to the seemingly endless piles of crawfish, guests can feast on homemade gumbo, étouffée, carnitas tacos, and BBQ ribs.

“We have great food, and something for everyone,” said Brenden Farrell Knights of Columbus Member, “we want everyone to come out, eat, dance and have a great evening.”

As adults feast on good food, kids can have fun participating in various kids activities and jump in bounce houses – and just wait until sundown.

“The dance floor is usually packed by nightfall,” said Farrell, “everyone seems to enjoy the food and the music, and all ages have a great time.”

Tickets are sold at the gate, and parking is FREE.

For more information about the 10th Annual Colusa Crawdad Festival, visit them on Facebook or call (530) 788-3118.

The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic Fraternal Organization based out of the Our Lady of Lourdes Parish in Colusa, and a 501(c)(3) NonProfit Organization. All proceeds from the Crawdad

Festival help benefit local charities and programs and provides scholarships to high school students.

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