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Town of Awendaw prepares for 18th Annual Blue Crab Festival

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If you love Blue Crabs, you can find them in abundance at the Awendaw Blue Crab Festival.

The Town of Awendaw is preparing for it's 18th annual Blue Crab Festival. The festival will be held this Saturday, October 26th from 12pm to 5pm at Camp Sewee, off of Doar Road.

Organizers say you can purchase all the blue crabs you can eat, prepared in a variety of different ways. Also other delicious seafood, and other food options will be available. The event also features live music, arts and craft, and exhibits.

Organizers say the festival is a way to celebrate the Town of Awendaw.

 $2.00 - per person entry at gate. For more information contact the Town of Awendaw: Town Hall: 843-928-3100 or Email: awendaw@tds.net <mailto:awendaw@tds.net>.

 

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