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I forgot to tell you guys about this. It is a big oyster/seafood feast we have every year in Stumpy Point. Here is the article from the Outer Banks website.
23rd ANNUAL OYSTER FEAST
THE OUTER BANKS WELCOMES OYSTER AND FISH LOVERS TO STUMPY POINT
It’s that time of year again, a cherished winter tradition on the Outer Banks! The Village of Stumpy Point is hosting the 23rd Annual Oyster Feast sponsored by Bayview Chapel on Saturday, February 9th, from Noon to 5 p.m.
Warm up to the buffet table for “All You Can Eat” fried and steamed oysters and fried fish complete with all the trimmings! There’s also a Bonus bake sale of fresh cakes and desserts.
If salty oysters, fresh seafood and home cooking are your thing, you’ve got to mark your calendar for this friendly, down home dining experience in the mainland Dare County village of Stumpy Point on the Outer Banks! The cost is $20 dollars for adults, $5 for children 10 years old and under. Dining is at the Stumpy Point Community Center.
A great way to get that Valentines Weekend started right! Come for dinner, stay for a while.
For more information on the 23rd Annual Oyster Feast contact Bayview Chapel at 252-473-5869 or the Outer Banks Visitors Bureau toll free at 1-877-629-4386 for directions and accommodations. Visit our website www.outerbanks.org for places to stay and things to do while you’re here!
We are going to be there and I am sorry I did not give yall anymore notice. It is pretty neat if you can come.
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Hey, I guess I'll just plan on a cross country trip next year. Ya'll give awards to the furthest distance someone drives to attend?? LOL
.....I will say I miss the Banks.......especially Ocracoke. Hope to make it back there someday
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