Bayview Cash Store hosts Mardi Gras celebration

A Mardi Gras celebration, complete with refreshments and live entertainment, will take place Tuesday at the Bayview Cash Store.

  • Friday, February 13, 2015 5:22pm
  • Life

A Mardi Gras celebration will take place at the Bayview Cash Store on Tuesday.

A Mardi Gras celebration, complete with refreshments and live entertainment, will take place Tuesday at the Bayview Cash Store.

The party, sponsored by local non-profit Goosefoot, will take place from 6-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 17. Admission is free; there will be a charge for food and beverages.

Ken Pickard and Zydeco Explosion, described as a “high energy dance band,” according to a recent news release, will perform new and old authentic Zydeco and Cajun music, waltzes, two-steps, R&B, Clifton Chenier-style Zydeco and more.

Chef Sheila Steicek will serve dishes including andouille and shrimp gumbo, shrimp and grits, creole stuffed pork chops, fried green tomatoes, red beans and rice, bananas foster french toast and king cake, according to the release. The buffet price is $18 for adults and $10 for children 12 years old and under.

Call 360-321-4145 for further details.

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