St. Paul's Episcopal Church
221 Union St., Cary, NC
Open to the Public. Join us!
Lobster Fest is scheduled for October 5, 2013
Lobster Fest 2012 pictures are up! CLICK HERE. 1,000 lobsters and 700+ Lobsta Rolls sold at St. Paul's Lobster Fest 2012 held Oct 6, 2012.
Greetings from all of us at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, and welcome to this website filled with information about our renowned Lobster Fest. I hope you enjoy the fresh Maine lobster with the knowledge that the funds raised will support many of the programs of St. Paul's. We are a vibrant, inclusive and growing parish where "All Are Welcome." If you would like more information about St. Paul's please do not hesitate to contact me at: email@example.com.
The Rev. George Adamik
All Are Welcome at St. Paul’s Lobster Fest, at the St. Paul’s Wharf and Parking Lot.
Lobster Fest has become an annual event in October, looked forward to by Triangle folks who love fresh lobsters, lobster rolls, or just a good time!
Lobster Fest in the News: Click here for Andrea Weigl's "Mouthful" blog in the News and Observer.
Here’s what we do: Saturday morning a truckload of large (1½ lb. beauties) Maine lobsters arrives at the St. Paul’s Wharf, lobsters that were in Maine waters as late as Friday. We offer them both live and cooked (for folks who want to hold their own lobster party) and our special QUARTA POUNDA LOBSTA ROLL (if you’ve been to Maine you’ll want one of these even if you take home a live or cooked lobster).
Special Addition: Lobster Fest to benefit NC Food Bank. Bring a packaged/canned item for the Food Bank to Lobster Fest and the first 500 donors receive a free Pepsi product. It's Lobster Time!
Here’s when we do it:
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM Dine-in for Lobsta Rolls
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM Take out lobster and Lobsta Rolls
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM Pick up of lobsters (live and cooked)
Here’s what you get:
Live Lobsters (we’ll put in a bag, but cooler also recommended)
Cooked Lobsters (warm or we’ll chill them if you prefer)
Quarta Pounda Lobsta Roll (a heapin’ lot of fresh lobster meat, a little sauce, served on a La Farm Bakery brioche roll, a side of slaw and chips).
Here’s what it takes:
$17 Live Lobster
$19 Cooked Lobster
$13 Quarta Pounda Lobsta Roll
How to get here: Click here for driving directions
Recipes: Here are some Lobster Videos and Recipes
Here’s where the $ goes: Proceeds to Outreach (including Frankie Lemmon, Shriner's Children's Hospitals, Thompson Children's Services, Wake Interfaith Hospitality Network, and Episcopal Campus Ministries), St. Paul's Youth, and St. Paul's Projects.
Lobster Fest now has its own Facebook page:
www.facebook.com/lobsterfestcary. Like us!
Questions or help go to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here's how you can help: Click here.
Download and post a Lobster Fest poster.
THANK YOU and we hope to see you at Lobster Fest!