Make plans to attend this casual, family-friendly event featuring a Cajun cooking competition as well as live music in Birmingham’s beautiful Linn Park. Enjoy taste-testing all your Cajun favorites including gumbo, etouffee, jambalaya, red beans and rice and more! Your vote will help determine the winner of the cook-off competition.
Tickets for the Cajun Cook-off are $25 for adults in advance ($30 the day of the event) and $5 for children 10 years old and younger. Children 3 years old and younger are free. Tickets include food samples from participating teams, entertainment from the Swamp Poppas, fun activities for kids, nonalcoholic drinks, and beer and wine. No outside food or drinks may be brought in. Kids meals will be available for those with a child's ticket.
All funds generated by the Cajun Cook-off will benefit Girls Inc. programs that inspire Central Alabama girls to be strong, smart and bold! For more information on Girls Inc., please visit our website at www.girlsinccentral-al.org.
For additional information on the Cajun Cook-off or Girls Inc. of Central Alabama, please visit www.bhamcajuncookoff.com or contact Girls Inc. Development Director Erin Melaney at 205-599-5683 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Girls Inc. of Central Alabama
Since 1938, Girls Inc. of Central Alabama has provided places and programs where school age girls of diverse cultural and economic backgrounds participate in wholesome activities. We help girls develop to their fullest potential, enrich their relationships with others, and grow to be responsible and productive members of the community. With support from local individuals, corporations, and foundations, Girls Inc. helps girls gain new skills, develop self-confidence, and learn to compete in an ever-expanding world. Our Outreach programs stretch beyond the walls of our centers and into the community through partnerships with schools, churches, and community organizations in three Birmingham area counties. We hope you will join us to celebrate the leaders who have made a difference in the lives of girls.