Nashville Dolphins Non-Profit Hosts their Boots & Bubbles Clay Classic and Crawfish Boil Presented by the Tennessee Titans
The Nashville Dolphins non-profit will be hosting their 9th Annual Boots & Bubbles Crawfish Boil on Thursday, April 7th, 2022, at the Nashville Gun Club along the beautiful Cumberland River. This event comes with the addition of a clay shoot prior to the all you-can-eat crawfish boil dinner, so you can compete in the clay shoot tournament or just come for dinner, live music, and our biggest silent auction to date!
The clay shoot portion of the event will begin promptly at 3:00 pm, but please be sure to arrive at 1:30 pm for check-in. You can sign up to shoot as an individual or as a team of five. This is a great opportunity to get together with friends, colleagues, neighbors, church groups, etc., and enjoy an afternoon of clay shooting followed by a delicious all-you-can-eat crawfish dinner! If clay shooting is not for you, you may purchase a ticket for the crawfish dinner only.
The dinner portion of the event will be from 5:00 – 8:00 pm and will have live music courtesy of The Northern Lights as well as a silent auction. The wildly popular all-you-can-eat crawfish will be prepared by Louisiana Seafood Company, along with plenty of fixings (sausage, corn, and potatoes), O.H. Ingram River Aged Whiskey tasting, and bottomless beverages!
Clay Shoot tickets are $300 for an individual shooter and $1,500 for a team of five (note: all shooting tickets include a dinner ticket as well). You can also purchase a dinner-only ticket for $100. Click here to purchase tickets and view the event flyer below for more information. All proceeds from this event will benefit Nashville Dolphins swimmers and programs.
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About The Nashville Dolphins: Nashville Dolphins started in 2003 when our founder, Beth Scruggs, agreed to help a swimmer with Down Syndrome improve her swimming skills to compete in the Special Olympics. Today more than 230 swimmers participate in the aquatics programming we provide, ranging from beginners just learning to blow bubbles to long distance champions practicing several days a week. Because swimming is a lifelong sport with far-reaching benefits for an individual’s health and well-being, we serve swimmers of all ages with no age-out policy. And because of the intensity of our mission to bring the physical and emotional benefits of swimming to people with special needs regardless of age, ability, or financial circumstances, we provide all programming at no cost to the participant.