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Berret’s 19th Annual Crab Race, Williamsburg, VA

berretts williamsburg va Sponsor a Crab to Save the Bay!!!!!
The Berret’s Seafood Restaurant and Taphouse Grill is having the 19th Annual Crab Race, a benefit for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.

The live crab races start at 6:00 pm and run till 7:00 pm . Children will be delighted to choose a numbered crab and watch the exciting  crabby contestants line up – in a sideways crabby style – at the starting gate. You may bring your own crab but only amateur crabs may enter!

berretts crab race williamsburg va When: Sunday, Sept.6, 2009 from 6:00-7:00pm
Three Race Categories :
Great Friends of the Bay $50 entry fee
Good Friends of the Bay $25 entry fee
Friends of the Bay $10 entry fee
Catch one, bring your pet crab, or Berret’ s will provide a crab.
Pick a name and cheer for your crab.
Prizes  for fastest crab in each race ,best crab name and cutest crab
All entry fees go to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation®

Become a Friend of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation on Facebook
Berret’ s Seafood Restaurant
199 S. Boundary St.  Williamsburg, VA 23185

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