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A weekend full of mud bugs and mixologists

Food for thought about the upcoming weekend:

Lucile's, at 275 South Logan Street, will be celebrating the start of crawfish starting at 4 p.m. Saturday, April 25 with mud bugs, beer and live music; for details, call 303-282-6258.

At 6 p.m. on April 25, Maggiano's Little Italy in the Denver Pavilions, 500 16th Street, will host a dinner featuring Marczyk Fine Wines. Tickets are $59.95, with $5 going to Food Bank of the Rockies; to make a reservation, call 303-260-7708. Also on April 25, St. Catherine of Siena School will holds its annual fundraiser, Bella Note, at Panzano in the Hotel Monaco, 909 17th Street, with dinner and a silent auction. Tickets are $55 or two for $100; for information, call 303-477-8035.

The fifth annual Breakfast for Boobs fundraiser, which benefits breast-cancer patients and survivors, takes over Hot Cakes Diner, 1400 East 18th Avenue, on Sunday, April 26. The event is sponsored by Ladies United for the Preservation of Endangered Cocktails; for information, call 303-949-9302. And the first Colorado Cocktail Classic sponsored by the Colorado Bartenders Guild pours it on at 6 p.m. Sunday, April 26 at Trios Enoteca, 1730 Wynkoop Street. The mixology competition is open to the public, with happy-hour prices and free appetizers all night; for information, go to www.heartofsin.com/CBG

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