Clear Lake Shores Crawfish ”Boil Off” Competition on Saturday May 28h, 12 Noon at Jarboe Pavilion.
This is a closed event and no mudbugs will be available to the public. If you would like to compete, Contact Tim Garber and BYOB (bring your own bugs)
The day will kick off with the First EVER ‘round the island 2.07mile Kayak Race!
$5.00 - Registration @ 7am at the pavilion
Race starts at 8am in front of the Kayak dock at Jarboe
For more information Contact Shawn Dunegan firstname.lastname@example.org
On Sunday, May 29th the brave and beautiful "Ladies" will be called to the starting line at about 7:30 for the customary parade around Lowell Brown Sunset Park. Afterwards the ''girls'' will go before the judges to determine the lucky trophy caretaker for the next year. Diane Johnson is making her famous sashes for this years event too. There will be donation boxes for canned goods and donation cans for cash or whatever you choose to give. This is going to be dishonorable behavior for an honorable cause. If you choose to dress up or just come watch please bring a donation so that we can support this charity and show that - though we may be of questionable character and often display poor judgment - The people of Clear Lake Shores are good people and we are willing to share for a good cause.
This event is not limited to Clear Lake Shores residents only so try and trick any off-island friends and unsuspecting relatives into dressin like a girl and showing up at the park between 6:30 and 7 pm on Sunday, Memorial Day Weekend. It's always a fun-filled evening with more entertainment then you will likely want to see. It's a display of poor taste, bad outfits, overstuffed bras and pure ugliness, however there will be kids present so let's keep it as clean as we can considering it's a bunch of men dressed like ladies drinking cocktails and prancing around a park.
There are really no rules. You can't win two years in a row. And, that's it. Try to keep it PG-13 and have a good time! The judges will be announced at the last minute to minimize the opportunity for bribery. But again, there are really no rules!