Jan 27, 2008

January 27, 2008- Charleston, SC

Now this sounds GREAT!!!!!!!!


The World’s Largest Oyster Roast is coming to Boone Hall Plantation. Two tractor-trailers packed with 65,000 pounds of oysters will arrive at Boone Hall Plantation on Sunday, January 27, 2008 when we’ll kick off the 25th Annual Lowcountry Oyster Festival. This giant oyster roast has been named one of the “top 20 events in the southeast” by the Southeastern Tourism Society.

The gates to “Oyster Fest” open at 10:30 am with free parking available.Oysters are sold by the bucket (approximately 3-4 dozen) for market value and served with cocktail sauce and crackers. You can BYO knife and glove or you can purchase them at the event. Beer, soft drinks and other beverages will be sold.Besides fresh oysters , other food will be available from some of the area’s popular restaurants.

Activities include: the “Oyster Shucking Contest”, the “Oyster Eating Contest” and local live entertainment. Also, the winner of the “Oyster Recipe Contest” will be announced.Proceeds benefit the Ronald McDonald House, Hollings Cancer Center, Travel Council and Charleston County Science Materials Resource Center.

Advance tickets for the 25th Annual Oyster Festival will sell for $10.00 and will be available at all Charleston area Applebee’s Restaurants and through the Association Office. Tickets can also be purchased at the event for $12.00 (kids 10 and younger are admitted free when accompanied with an adult).

Call Boone Hall Plantation (843) 577-4030.



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Jan 19, 2008

Galena, MD- January 19, 2008

Ham-and-Oyster Dinner
January 19
3-7:00 p.m.
Galena Fire Hall
Rt 290 E #90 East Cross St, Galena
(410) 648-5104
Galena Volunteer Fire Company hosts a homemade ham-and-oyster feast
with all the fixings and an assortment of desserts and beverages.

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Jan 18, 2008

Annapolis, MD- January 18, 2008

Bonfire and oyster roast
Friends of the Annapolis Maritime Museum will hold its second
Back Creek Bonfire and Oyster Roast
from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the museum campus,
723 Second St.
There will be an oyster-shucking contest and a raffle.

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Jan 15, 2008

Centreville, MD- Fridays in January

Community Dinner
Every Friday
6-8 p.m.
American Legion Jeff Davis, Post #18
2619 Centreville Road, Centreville
(410) 758 3584
Refreshments, a dinner menu that features a varying entree (fried
chicken, pork, oysters, prime rib) and dessert.

This may be worth calling about....

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Linkwood, MD- January 2008

All-You-Can-Eat Oyster-and-Chicken Dinner
Linkwood Salem Volunteer Fire Co.
Bonnie Lane, Dorchester County
(410) 221-0169
Good food for a good cause. Call ahead for details.

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Jan 13, 2008

Oregon---Take A Look

My crawler found this on Craigslist.....several oyster events in
Oregon in the late winter/early spring.....

$60 / 3br - Crab Feed, Clambake/Jazz Festival, Oyster Feed

Reply to: hous-530611235@craigslist.org
Date: 2008-01-06, 4:29PM PST

Go to the Southern Oregon Coast for fun this winter/spring. The
following events take place just 7 miles from our cozy bungalow:
Charleston Annual Crab Feed February 9, Coast Clambake Jazz Festival
March 7-9, Charleston Oyster Feed, April 26.

Bay Bungalow is only a 2 hour and 15 minute drive from
Eugene/Springfield area. $60/night for 2 or $360/week for 2. Maximum
of 6 @ $110/night or $660/week. Monthly rates available.

Children under age 10, free. No pets, no smoking.

Available beginning January 1, 2008.

See photos and details at http://www.BeachcombersNW.com/00234

Local call in Eugene/Springfield area (541) 988-1383 or e-mail