Sunset Crawfish Boil
Lake Pontchatrain Basin Foundation's Sunset Crawfish Boil on Wednesday, March 15, 2017 was a wonderful evening of family fun. Guests came out to the New Canal Lighthouse to celebrate the opening night of the Wednesday Night Sailboat Races.
Dwight Williams and Jay Schwander prepare crawfish for the boil.
Guests wait for the races to begin while enjoying all you can eat and drink crawfish and beer at LPBF's Sunset Crawfish Boil.
LPBF Executive Director Kristi Trail and Board Chairman John Kinabrew welcome guests to the New Canal Lighthouse during the Sunset Crawfish Boil.
Guests joined the seagulls in watching the Wednesday Night Races kickoff at the Sunset Crawfish Boil.
Guests watched the races with crawfish and beer.
Sailors begin to race on the first night of the Wednesday Night Races.
Children play on the grounds of the New Canal Lighthouse at LPBF's Sunset Crawfish Boil.
LPBF Development Coordinator Nancy Regan enjoys the sunset at LPBF's Sunset Crawfish Boil.
The sun sets behind the Southern Yacht Club.
Gulf Coast Bank and Trust Company sponsored fireworks on beautiful Lake Pontchartrain following the races.
Gulf Coast Bank and Trust Company's firework finale begins at the Sunset Crawfish Boil.
Gulf Coast Bank and Trust Company's fireworks begin as the sailors come back into the harbor.
Beautiful fireworks from Gulf Coast Bank and Trust Company at LPBF's Sunset Crawfish Boil.
Thank you to all our sponsors who made this year's Sunset Crawfish Boil such a success.
Gulf Coast Bank & Trust Company
Captain Sid's Seafood
Robert Fresh Market