Bugs and Bidding: 2011 Crawfish Craze AUCTION ITEMS

There will be both SILENT and LIVE auction activity at our April 16th crawfish boil.  Check out what you could be going home with while helping out our cause.  We will be able to take credit cards and personal checks in addition to cash on site.



BIG St. Paddy's Day/NCAA Tourney Kickoff Bash at Buckhead Saloon

Thursday, March 17 · 11:00am - 2:00pm

Buckhead Saloon
3227 Roswell Rd
Atlanta, GA

2011 Crawfish Craze Saturday April 16th


4/17 UPDATE: Guaranteed crawfish ordering has now ended, the truck is on its way to bayou country.  You can still order admission online until Thursday at 5 pm.  Walkup admission is $15.  We may have a  limited amount of extra crawfish that will be released for sale after 1:30 pm.  There's plenty of other great food as listed below included in your admission, so you can still have a great time.

Tiger Fans and Friends - Get ready for a whole afternoon of fun on Saturday, April 16th at “Bayou Allatoona.”  Please read all the event details below. As always, you need to order in advance for your required admission and any quantity of 2 lb. and 4 lb. platters of crawfish you desire.  
Link to Shopping Cart HERE.

Admission includes a sumptuous Cajun Buffet, live music by The Squirrelheads (sponsored by Duffy Realty of Atlanta), and one free raffle ticket.   

The 2011 "Crawfish Craze in Red Clay Country" returns to "Bayou Allatoona" from Noon – 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 16th. Event goes on Rain or Shine.  Buffet food service begins at Noon and goes until 2:30 p.m.  

"Bayou Allatoona" is our affectionate name for Lake Allatoona's Corps of Engineers Riverside Park Pavilion A,  45 minutes NW of downtown off Red Top Mtn. Rd exit of I-75 North (Directions HERE) The expansive park features paved parking, a covered pavilion with lots of table seating, permanent bathrooms and a playground area.  Catering Cajun will once again be bringing  the crawfish from Louisiana and cooking them hot 'n spicy on site.  Read on for more info.

Mardi Gras - FAT TUESDAY Entertainment

Mardi Gras Fat Tuesday Activities with our great sponsors!

Message from the President

Feb. 28, 2011

King Cake Party Feb. 19 - It's Mardi Gras Time

2011 LSU Atlanta King Cake Party

Saturday, February 19     2-4 PM
Copeland's Famous New Orleans Restaurant & Bar (Info)
3365 Piedmont (Buckhead location) 
Parking Deck validation provided
Admission $10 (Under 12 free)
Each adult gets one free raffle ticket
NEW - Silent Auction Table
Order Tickets Now Here - Advance Sale Required

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Our 3rd annual King Cake Party will celebrate the Mardi Gras season in style.  Enjoy Copeland's bakery-fresh king cakes and savory Community Coffee in a festive atmosphere with decorations and Mardi Gras music.  
NEW this year is a Silent Auction that will include some premium apparel items, a Les Miles autograph football, LSU Car Floor Mats and even a Golden Girls Official Poster autographed by the entire dance corps!

Every adult attending will receive one free prize raffle ticket at check in. If you are a dues paying member you will get 2 raffle tickets, and we will sell additional tickets with all raffle proceeds going to our scholarship endowment fund.  Prizes include gift certificates, fan gear and more.

3rd Chapter Scholarship Endowment is Now Funded

LSU Atlanta's VP Chris TIlley, board member Gale Ory and President Steve Ory present a BIG check to LSUAA President Charlie Roberts.

ATL Scores Two Years in a Row With National Chapter Service Awards

Every year the LSU Alumni Association hosts a chapter development workshop and recognition banquet attended by board members and key volunteers from accross the country. This year's gathering had participants from San Diego to New York City, and LSU Atlanta had three of its board members attend to learn and share.

Last year, Del Moon received one of the annual Chapter Leadership awards, the first given to an Atlanta volunteer in nearly ten years.  And last week, LSU Atlanta President Steve Ory was honored with the same award.  LSUAA congratulated Ory for steering LSU Atlanta to new levels of activity, communication and scholarship fundraising.  "Atlanta is our third largest alumni base outside of Louisiana," LSUAA Vice President Jason Ramezan said. "We are very pleased to see that the chapter has progressed so well and is now one of our stronger chapters in the country."


2620 Buford Hwy NE, ATLANTA 30324 

Hosted by the Atlanta Cajun Zydeco Dance Association

$17 / $8 students / $14 ACZA members
7-8 PM BEGINNER'S DANCE WORKSHOP (free with price of admission)
Dennis Stroughmatt & Creole Stomp travel the country carrying the long tradition of Mississippi River valley French Creole music.  Not only have they caught the attention of Louisiana music fans across the US and Canada, but also those who enjoy blues, country, rock, swing, Celtic and Latin.  Led by French speaking Creole accordionist and fiddler Dennis Stroughmatt, Creole Stomp leaves audiences breathless and cheering for more.  Also in the band are Jon Watson on drums, Wade Bernard on bass, Robert Russell on lead and slide guitar, and Rob Kruman on rubboard, vocals and guitar.