St. Peter's School putting on oyster roast, microbrew fest in Port Royal

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The annual oyster roast to benefit St. Peter's Catholic School is back once again in Port Royal, and this time it's sporting more than 70 tasty microbrews. 

This time it's Saturday, March 5, from 1 to 9 p.m. at Live Oaks Park in downtown Port Royal. 

Offered is the all-you-can-eat buffet of oysters, many types of craft beer, and a child-watching area. Admission is $25.

Children under 14 will have a free menu.

Here's more about the event from the organizers:

Free, supervised Children’s Fun Court will include dedicated adult supervision; secure drop-off with Positive ID for parent and child; and a host of activities in the playground. Live music featuring “Steppin’ Stones” and entertainment will include a live DJ, face-painting, inflatable rides, games, and activities for the kids. A Live Auction featuring vacation packages, chartered fishing trips, hunting rifles, original artwork, wine tasting parties, catered dinners, rounds of golf and more, a Silent Auction and more will be followed by a bonfire that will round out the evening. The event’s primary sponsor, Bill’s Liquors and Fine Wines, will again offer a microbrew tasting booth with an international array of over fifty microbrews, beer, and wine. 

Tickets on sale at St. Peter’s School and at various locations throughout Beaufort County including Bill’s Liquors and Fine Wines on Lady’s Island and in Bluffton. Cost is $25 per person. For more information, contact Douglas Massalon at (843) 227-1280.

There will also be a raffle.