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Annual Williamsburg Kiwanis Shrimp Feast this Saturday Sept 6, 2014

The Williamsburg Kiwanis Shrimp Feast has become Williamsburg VA’s signature late summer family event. Over the past 34 years, it has become a place to see and be seen, a great gathering of community, entertainment and fun.  Saturday, September 6, 2014, 4-7PM (Rain or Shine) at the Jamestown 4H Educational Center on the James River.

imageAll you can eat and drink charity fundraiser! Hot and fresh cooked shrimp, hush puppies, beans, cole slaw. Soft drinks and beer. Williamsburg Winery wines available for purchase. Live music by The Hark. Free Parking.

Thanks to donations from Williamsburg retailers, there are over 30 items in the onsite Raffle. Click here to check out the Raffle prizes!

Proceeds will benefit Bacon Street, Erase the Need, and the Jamestown 4H Educational Center.

$30 from August 26-September 5, $35 at the door on Saturday September 6. The online "PayPal Payment" option accepts your PayPal account or a major credit card: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express.

Where: Jamestown 4H Center 4H Club Road , Jamestown 4H Center 4H Club Road, Williamsburg, VA 23185

Date: Saturday, September 6,2014

Time: 04:00PM -  07:00PM

More info here

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