Lobsterfest Cooks Up Good Food and Fun for a Cause

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Saint Thomas Episcopal Church will celebrate its 21st Annual
Lobsterfest Saturday, November 8th from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Lobsterfest has grown into one of Huntsville’s largest community events since its beginning in 1994. This year, like every other year, 100% of event proceeds will benefit local and international charities: Madison County Habitat for Humanity, First Stop Homeless Assistance Program, a year-round medical clinic in Honduras run by St. Thomas, and a nutritional clinic in Haiti that feeds severely malnourished children.
Last year more than $30,000 was raised and every penny went directly to outreach.

Pre-orders are now being taken for fresh lobsters that will be flown in from Maine the night before the event, shredded BBQ and ribs prepared by the St. Thomas BBQ Bandits, plus delicious sides. Pick up or dine in and enjoy football on the big screen and live entertainment by Microwave Dave, Tony Mason, The Charlie
Scott, Neeve Shoemaker Weinberger, Roberta Silva and more. There is fun for everyone with children’s games, local vendors and artisans, baked goods and treasures at the Silent Auction.

To pre-order visit www.LobstersRock.com or call the LobsterLine at (256) 880-0248. Walk-ins are always welcomed.