North Carolina Coastal Federation

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Friday September 26, 2014 from 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM EDT
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Sara J. Hallas
North Carolina Coastal Federation


N.C. Coastal Federation Regional Office
128 Grenville St.
Manteo, NC 27959

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North Carolina Coastal Federation's

3rd Annual Fish Fry and Shrimp Boil

Friday, September 26, 2014

4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.


Come enjoy the bounty of our coastal waters at the Northeast Regional Coastal Federation office for its 3rd Annual Fish Fry and Shrimp Boil. Dine on local fried flounder, steamed shrimp and yummy side dishes from our local fisherman and area restaurateurs while enjoying live music, fun and games. After a hearty meal, take a minute to meet with federation staff and learn about the important things they do to preserve our coast. Bring the kids, tie-dye a t-shirt, play corn hole or maybe jump in a kayak and explore the marsh with Coastal Kayak Touring Company. In addition, browse and bid on some exciting items at our silent auction while sipping on a tasty beverage. Come show your support for a healthy coast and be a part of a wonderful and worthwhile organization!

Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for kids 12 and under and includes one dinner serving and non-alcoholic drinks. Tickets are non-refundable and can be purchased online (by registering below), or in person (after August 29) at any of the following locations:  

  • N.C. Coastal Federation, NE Office, 128 Grenville St., Manteo
  • Front Porch Cafe, 300 U.S. 64, Manteo
  • Cafe Lachine, 5000 S. Croatan Hwy N., Nags Head
  • Basnight's Lone Cedar Cafe, 7623 S. Virginia Dare Trail, Nags Head 


Event Sponsors
Bissell Professional Group
Paul Mann Custom Boats
Twiddy & Co.
Dare to Hyde Outdoor Adventures
Shear Genius Salon
Ralph and Ginger Webster
Carmen and Fountain Odom
Total Marine Services, Inc.
Outer Banks This Week
VantageSouth Bank

This event is scheduled to take place outdoors.
Be sure and purchase your tickets in advance, event can sell out!

Register Now! 

Can’t make it for the event? Make a donation online and show your support.
Proceeds will support local restoration projects and education programming. 

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