Wild and Local Foods seems to be earning quite a reputation at the Nashville Farmers' Market, and apparently they have a philanthropic bent as well. They'll be a sponsor of a big Crawfish Boil on March 22 from 6 to 10 p.m. to benefit Community Food Advocates.
In addition to heaping helpings of mudbugs and all the fixin's, there will be entertainment by Jeremy and Richie Lister, a crawfish eating contest and even an aquatic tattoo contest. So if you have a rendering of a dolphin riding a rainbow across your chest, head on down and be judged by the experts at Black 13.
Tickets are available here. It's $5 to get in the door, and you can prepurchase plates of crawfish, shrimp or oysters or a Family Feast which serves eight for $75. Each dinner comes with a beer ticket, and you can buy additional tickets for $15 for four.
Sounds like fun to me!