Fifth Annual Bald Eagle Bash – April 26, 2014
Mark your calendars!
The Weeks Bay Foundation’s Bald Eagle Bash is set for Saturday, April 26, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Tonsmeire Resource Center on Weeks Bay under the U.S. 98 bridge over Fish River. Last year’s Bash was a huge success and we made a lot of new friends. We’re hoping to make even more this year!
Here’s the drill: We provide 800 pounds of fresh Gulf shrimp to 14 of the area’s best seafood restaurants and let them work their magic. With a menu that encompasses everything from shrimp ceviche and shrimp stuffed mashed potatoes to traditional favorites like gumbo and shrimp and grits, nobody goes home with an empty stomach.
While everyone is enjoying the food, Gretch Lyles and The Modern Eldorados will deliver their rockabilly/country/pop blend of pitch perfect classics from the likes of Elvis, Johnny Cash, and Patsy Cline. Both the band and the event are kid and family friendly. We think our Party for Preservation is the event to attend for anyone who loves great food, great music, and best of all, a great cause.
Tickets are $35 in advance, and $40 at the gate. Kids 10 and under are free. For that price, the event includes all you can eat and drink. Free parking is available at the Weeks Bay Reserve Safe Harbor site, with BRATS shuttles providing transportation to the event. For more information or to purchase tickets, call (251) 990-5004.
Tickets will be available for sale soon at Page & Palette in Fairhope, at the Foundation office and the Reserve, both near the U.S. 98 Fish River bridge, and from Foundation board members.
See you at the Bald Eagle Bash, the best party on the bay!