You can eat seafood, have fun, compete in the country’s biggest daily food contest, or wear running shoes for no apparent reason.
Here are five things to do this weekend at Terebon և LaForum.
Seafood Extravaganza sponsors Nicoles Sports
On Thursday, you will be able to dine at the 20th Annual Seafood Extravaganza – Shrimp, Shellfish and Christian և and offer free scholarships to Nicholas State University athletes.
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The shellfish are supported by the Louisiana Seafood Marketing and Promotion Board.
After the death of Niall Swaner, he will enter the Hall of Fame in 2022. Died in January 2021, he was a former supporter of Nicholas Athletics, the former owner of the Bubor II Poboys in Theodosius. Helped create better facilities for volleyball, baseball, football, provided scholarships to more than 30 students.
Thursday’s event will include Nicoles Sports Note contests, a special sports experience with Nicholas Coach, and more.
Tickets – 150, and VIP – 50 more.
For information or sponsorship, call Hillary Charpentier, Director of the Cornell Athletics Association at 448-4234.
All crayfish that can be eaten for a reason
The Vandabilt Catholic Terrier Club will hold a high-level crab cooking competition on Saturday on the Hollywood High School Highway campus near Homer Tunnel Bolevard.
Vandabilt High Athletics will win from 14:00 to 18:00.
Admission for $ 25 includes lobster, water and baking soda. At 16:00 there will be a bar for visitors over 21 years old. The live entertainment starts at 14:00.
There is still a limited space for group tickets. Each registration fee is $ 300.
For group rules, write to Walter Ratney at email@example.com.
For event information, contact Katie Anderson at Houma-Thibodaux Catholic Aperture Communications Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 985-580-1868.
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It helps to eliminate hunger
For Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive’s annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive on Saturday, place perishable food next to your inbox.
Supported by the National Postal Service Association since 1983, your courier delivers food to local food banks, warehouses, and shelters.
Since its inception, it has collected 8 1.82 billion worth of food during the country’s largest one-day trip.
You will also find Zideko Harley-Davidson in Huma, 1740 Martin Luther King, Jr. Foods can be delivered to the address on Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm. All donors must register to win a $ 100 gift card.
For information, visit facebook.com/StampOutHunger.
Try chicken wings: live music.
House, 1109 You St.
Thirty teams compete from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Who will make the best chicken nuggets?
Reauxshambo offers live music from 13:00 to 16:00 30:00.
Proceeds are donated to local families whose children are in need of hospital rehabilitation. The event is open to everyone.
Admission $ 10 per person.
The Annual Girls Run 5 on Saturday at 8:30 a.m. at Beau Country Sports Park Hauma, 4374 LA. It was planned for 311.
Registration starts at 9 am, the race is open at 10 am for all ages.
Girls on the Run The after-school education program is designed to help girls develop a sense of self-worth and a healthy lifestyle.
For information or to register, visit gotrbayouregion.org/5k.
This article was first published by The Courier. Terebone, Lafarge. In You Can Eat Cancer