Rockfish Seafood Festival August 29th

| August 17, 2010 | 0 Comments

This year the Rockfish Seafood Festival to benefit Chesapeake Bay Foundation, will be held on Sunday, August 29, 2010 from 12pm-7pm in The Rockfish parking lot. Admission is $7 or guests can buy a $10 ticket which includes one 50/50 Raffle Ticket that goes directly to support CBF. Children 12 and under are Free.

CBF will have a drawing for a basket filled with CBF gear. CBF will also have an educational “fish printing” activity geared towards kids. Kids who participate will have the opportunity to make their own t-shirt. Another attraction will be a Moonbounce.

Guests can enjoy a large selection of food while being entertained by local music acts. These bands include Jay and Larry of Higher Hands, Maybe Not Even, Mike Butler Trio, Shawn Owen, Skribe, and more, and sound by Ryan Cullen. Food includes steamed crabs and shrimp, oysters on the half shell, Maryland Crab Soup, corn on the cob, chips, brownies, and more will be available for purchase. Chicken fingers & fries offers a great option for children. Wine and beer will also be available for purchase.

Last year was a huge success with over 600 people in attendance all gathering together to support a great cause – Save the Bay. Attendees were treated to great live music with some of Annapolis’ best local bands including Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) President William C. Baker shared, “What a party! Here’s something to look forward to at the end of summer. And the time couldn’t be better for helping the Bay. CBF is rallying everyone for the biggest fight for clean water this nation has ever seen.”

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