Countdown to Lobsterfest
What is Lobsterfest?
Lobsterfest is a huge BBQ/lobster boil party open to the Huntsville community that St. Thomas Episcopal Church has been hosting since 1994.
Due to the pandemic, the event shifted to drive-through only for the past couple of years. But this year, we’re back with eat-in, take out, and drive-thru options; LIVE music; artisan fair, and free kids’ activities. Come shell-abrate 30 years of fellowship, hospitality, and outreach!
2023 Lobsterfest 5k
Help us kick off Lobsterfest Week at St. Thomas!
The St. Thomas Lobsterfest 5k run/walk registration is OPEN and ready for YOU! The last day to register for the 5K is November 2nd. We want to see EVERYONE at 3pm on Saturday, November 4 as we kick off Lobsterfest week!
2023 Artisan Fair
We’re accepting applicants for the Lobsterfest Artisan Fair until Saturday, November 4! Be a part of our shell-abration by joining the exciting vendors. Click here to download the application.
- 2,000 live lobsters flown from Maine the day before the event
- Lobsters a-la-carte or along with your favorite sides
- No-fuss lobster rolls if you don’t like all that cracking and tearing
- Smoke on-site, overnight
- 400 whole slabs of ribs
- 700 pounds of pulled pork
Sides, Soups, and Sauces
- Made-from-scratch “Fat Man’s BBQ Sauce” with secret ingredients
- All those country fixin’s like slaw and potato salad
- Our signature gumbo (which seems random, but you won’t think so after you taste it)
When You Complete an Order at Lobsterfest, You’re Making a Difference in the World!
All Funds Raised at Lobsterfest Go to These Nonprofits
First Stop is a Huntsville-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to encounter the homeless where they are, connect them to critical services and support, and empower them toward independent sustainable living.
The Honduras Medical & Educational Mission provides essential care to Hondurans year-round. It provides educational help and resources, along with medical care! St. Thomas supports this organization throughout the year by dispatching medical and dental professionals to serve in clinics in Honduras as well as providing financial support for those students who choose to continue their education beyond the sixth grade.