Once again, our historic Life-Saving Station made it through yet another Virginia Beach storm. After Hurricane Florence gave us a scare, it was a simple nor’easter, with winds over 50mph that changed forced us to reschedule our annual Pig & Oyster Fest. So we’ll be kicking off November working hard to get our wonderful fundraiser back on the calendar. We are working out the details for having the event on Sunday, November 18, from 1:30pm to 5pm.
With a busy schedule of events that have already reserved the popular 24th Street Park, we’ll be having the Fest on the Museum’s grounds. With our beautiful yard space, plus indoor/outdoor seating incorporating our spacious lower gallery room, we’ll be able to enjoy our oysters in luxury. We’ll still have great music from DogJaw, and the 2018 event features on of our best Silent Auctions ever.
Thank you to all of our ticket holders for your patience these past weeks as we work with the City of Virginia Beach and our vendors on getting this wonderful fundraiser back on track. And a huge thank you to our big sponsors, Merrill Lynch – Onhaizer King Group, Coastal Hospitality, and Townebank for the support during the bad weather and rescheduling.
We’ll be looking forward to seeing everyone in November!