Welcome to The Woodbine Annual Crawfish Festival 2016!
Friday Night, April 29, 2016 from 5:00pm to 9:00pm
The 31st Annual Crawfish Festival is a family oriented event and offers something for all ages from children's amusements to arts & crafts, to cloggers, square dancers and live bands. This year's festival is scheduled for:
Saturday, April 30, 2016 from 8:00am - 6:30pm
Entertainment is offered on Friday night from 5:00pm to 9:00pm at the Satilla Waterfront Park Stage. Saturday's entertainment begins at 9:00 am and continues throughout the day at the waterfront stage as well as the gazebo stage located in the Arts & Crafts Area.
A children's amusement area provides activities and games on Friday night and all day Saturday.
The Crawfish Parade is one of the highlights of the festival and is enjoyed by young and old alike. It begins at 10:00am at the corner of U.S. 17 and West 8th Street and features entries such as bands, clowns, floats and horses.
Food concessions offering such mouth watering treats as Crawfish Boil, Crawfish Woodbine (Etoufee), Homemade Desserts, Barbecue, Funnel Cakes, Ice Cream, Boiled Peanuts, and much more are available Friday night and all day Saturday. The Woodbine United Methodist Church restrooms will be open for public use.
Our Arts & Crafts show is highly acclaimed by vendors and patrons alike. We strive to produce a quality show with a variety of hand crafted items from wood working to quilts. These areas will be located along the winding path of our Riverwalk. This meandering walkway, combined with vintage benches and lampposts, adds an aura of charm from days gone by This area will be open for your shopping pleasure of Friday night from 5:00pm to 9:00pm and on Saturday from 8:00am to 6:30pm.
Parking is available along Bedell Avenue (U.S. 17) and all side streets from 4th Street to the southern City Limits. Any vehicles parked on private property or blocking private drives will be towed at the owner's expense.
For the health, safety and enjoyment of pets and festival goers, pet owners are encouraged to leave their pets at home.