The Pemaquid Oyster Festival at Mine Oyster & Pier 1 • Sunday September 24th • Noon - Dusk
is hosting the
PEMAQUID OYSTER FESTIVAL
this year at MINE OYSTER
(12pm - Dusk)
It's FUN! And the proceeds from the Festival will be donated to the Edward A. Myers Marine Conservation Fund, established in 2003.
Money from the fund is used to sponsor marine education and conservation projects throughout the Midcoast area.
Ed Myers was a pioneer in Aquaculture in Maine. In 1975, Myers obtained Maine aquaculture lease No. 1 to raise mussels at Abandoned Farm in South Bristol. He went on to devote his life to sustainable aquaculture and became a mentor to many of those still working on the Damariscotta River today. He gave The Pemaquid Oyster Company guidance as they grew, what have become, award winning oysters. The foundation is a way of giving back to others as he did so well.
You will have a VIP entrance, complimentary snacks and one item of either Festival Memorabilia of your choice or a dozen oysters.
Also includes full table service all day long.
You can settle in and meet like-minded oyster lovers while enjoying music….
A shucking contest, special wine list and the whole oyster scene in comfort.
So much to enjoy!