Friday, February 24th, 2023
The Georgetown Volunteer Fire Company established an Oyster Eat event in 1937 as a fundraising effort. For 86 years, except in the years of World War 2, Georgetown Volunteer Fire Company has been organizing an annual oyster eat event as a fundraiser to support the fire department. Hundreds of locals and people nearby gather in Georgetown to participate in this event to support the Georgetown Volunteer Fire Company. Every February, Georgetown becomes a place of celebration.
Be sure to mark the next Oyster Eat on your calendars and explore something different. This Oyster Eat even has been recognized by the United States Congress for its historical and cultural significance. Thus, this event is worth watching.
All the people gathered here can taste various delicious food and an array of imported or local wine and beer. Furthermore, there will be a lot of things for the participants to enjoy. The Georgetown Volunteer Fire Company is genuinely grateful for everyone who participates in the event since they make this event continue every year. The event is always scheduled to happen on the last Friday in February.
For the past eight decades, Georgetown Volunteer Fire Company has been holding this event to raise funding to support the fire department and allow having a celebration night for fellow community members. So they can celebrate their hard work with their families and other people in the local.
The Oyster Eat organizers are currently looking for sponsors for the event, and a banner will display during the event to show the support of the sponsors. Also, the event will display the courage of the Georgetown Volunteer Fire Company firefighters fighting to protect the community.
The cost of Sponsorship is 500 dollars.
This event is different from other oyster eats hope you all have a different experience.