Rotary Club holds annual “Big Easy” feast

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (ADAMS) – Organizers say to expect a tasty culinary delight at the Rotary Big Easy (Fat Tuesday) feast.
The Rotary Club of Fort Wayne will hold the annual event Tuesday, February 13th at Parkview Field.

Serving hours will be from:

11 AM to 2 PM & 4 PM to 8 PM. Cash Bar will be available too.

“Feast” patrons will have the opportunity to select from:

Entree: Seafood Etoufee (GF) & Andouille Stuffed Pork Roast (GF)
Sides: Dirty Rice & Creole Hash (GF)
Vegetable: Charred Cajun Cream Corn & Smothered Okra (GF)
Soup: Crab Corn Chowder (GF) & Gumbo
Dessert: Chicory Coffee Infused Creme Brulee & Beignets (GF)
Cost is $30 per person; proceeds support the Club’s exciting Riverfront Development Project.

The Rotary Club encourages you to throw on those beads, don that mask and get ready to enjoy finest foods of the Mardi Gras.

Proceeds will go to the Rotary Club of Fort Wayne, a humanitarian service organization whose programs reach from down the street to around the world. Locally, the club’s 150 members are sponsoring the Water Jet Fountains at the Riverfront, have adopted Washington Elementary School, conduct other youth-related programs, host and sponsor inbound and outbound foreign exchange students and more. Internationally, the club has lead the funding and construction of a middle school in Togo, West Africa, and strongly supports all Rotary International programs, including the eradication of polio. Since 1985, Rotary International has led the effort to eradicate polio worldwide and today works with the World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nations, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundations and countries around the globe to eradicate polio. For more information, please visit fortwaynerotary.org or rotary.org.