Crawfish Boil and Farm Party

July 09, 2016

Cottonwood Farm Crawfish Boil and Farm Party Come on out to Cottonwood Farm and sip some local craft beer and suck on some crawfish heads! Pull up a chair, listen to some good tunes, and fill your belly with some locally produced food! While you are here you can tour the farm where some of it was raised! Bring a big appetite and a chair if you please.

Blind The Sky, from right here in the Shoals, will be performing a wide variety of music including some of their own originals.

There will be some homemade sausage from Cottonwood Farm chicken that will make you slap yo' grandma! We'll be boiling it up with some Alabama crawfish and seafood straight from the coast. Let us not forget the locally grown produce from Buddy's Tomatoes. He will be providing the homegrown sweet corn, potatoes, and watermelon!

There will also be beer from Singin' River Brewing Company, from right here in the Quad Cities, on tap. Also BYOB is acceptable.

Later on in the evening we'll mosey on down the hill and light the bonfire while the fireflies light and the band

$15 per person

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Please feel free to bring a tent and stay overnight if you wish. I realize it's a way out and we'll be happy to provide some safe pasture to land.





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