As April is National Autism Awareness Month, the Junior Board of the Autism Society of Alabama and the Junior Council of Mitchell’s Place are teaming up again to host the second annual Funky Fish Fry, April 9, to help raise awareness of autism in Alabama. The family-friendly event is from 2-8 p.m. at Otey’s Tavern in Mountain Brook’s Crestline Village.
The event includes a Funky Fishing booth, children’s activities, live music and food from local restaurants. Guests will have the opportunity to win items such as gift certificates to local eateries, artwork and much more in the Funky Fishing booth. Plus, the afternoon’s southern style menu is sure to satisfy appetites with Ezell’s famous catfish, as well as a variety of other foods from The Blue Bagel, Otey’s Tavern and Indie Candy. Live music from children’s favorite, Tangerine Tambourine, local band, Juice and Earthbound and George Porter Jr. and the Runnin Pardners, will entertain.
Tickets are $20 in advance at www.funkyfishfry.com or $25 at the door. Children 12 and under are admitted free. Each ticket includes admission, one catfish plate from Ezell’s or wrap from Big Blue Bagel, music and kids area. A bar will be available to purchase alcoholic beverages.
Funky Fish Fry proceeds benefit the Autism Society of Alabama and Mitchell’s Place, both involved with the betterment of Alabama families with Autism Spectrum Disorders.