Brandon, Florida (August 19, 2015) — The Brandon ’86 Rotary Club is hosting its 23rd Annual Brandon Seafood Festival on November 7th, 2015 at Rotary’s Camp Florida, 1915 Camp Florida Rd., Brandon, FL. The event was previously known as Denizen’s of the Deep, but is now the Brandon Seafood Festival. The event will feature all you can eat southern fried fish, shrimp, hush puppies, coleslaw, hamburgers and hotdogs.
In addition to the all you can eat buffet, the event also has family friendly activities. These include a Monster Canoe Challenge, pie eating contest, sack races, live music, face painting bounce houses and more.
“The Brandon Seafood Festival has a tradition of great food and family fun and this year’s event is no exception,” says Jake Mathers, this year’s chairperson of the Brandon Seafood Festival. “We are looking forward to hosting our largest seafood festival ever, and creating lasting memories for the families who attend.”
Cost of admission is $20 per adult before the event and $25 at the door, $10 per child ages 12-17 years old, and $1 or a canned food donation for ages 12 and under. The price includes all you can eat and drink at the event. Cost of entry into the Monster Canoe Challenge is $35 per person and includes admission to the seafood festival. Vendor booths and sponsorships are also available.
All of the proceeds from the event benefit local and international charities including Brandon Outreach Clinic, ECHO, Everyday Blessings, All Person’s Playground, Gulf Ridge Council Boy Scouts, Faces of Courage and Rotary’s Camp Florida.
Registration for the Monster Canoe Challenge begins at 8AM and the buffet line opens at 11AM. Tickets can be purchased at www.BrandonSeafoodFestival.com.
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