The Annual Crab Feed at the Key Peninsula Civic Center.
The Key Peninsula Civic Center invites everyone to its annual fundraiser Crab Feed on Saturday, February 10, 2018, 4:00 pm to 7 p.m. In addition to the very fresh Pacific Coast Dungeness crab, the dinner will include spaghetti, salad, garlic bread and coffee and tea. Soda, beer and wine for will also be available for an additional cost. As with past years, attendees are requested to bring their own seafood crackers and picks for crab cracking.
Tickets are $30 for adults and $15 for children six to 12 years; children under six are free.
Tickets may be purchased at:
The Blend Wine Shop http://www.blendwineshop.com/
Sunnycrest Nursery & Floral https://sunnycrestnursery.com/
Key Peninsula Civic Center http://kpciviccenter.org/
Or online at https://2018crabfeed.brownpapertickets.com/
Tickets will be sold at the door, depending on availability.
All proceeds benefit the Key Peninsula Civic Center. The civic center is a non-profit organization promoting the welfare of the Key Peninsula, its citizens and the surrounding area. The organization strives to instill civic consciousness through active participation in constructive projects that will improve the community.
For more information – contact the Key Peninsula Civic Center at email@example.com or call 253-884-3456.
Come join us for this FUN, annual, community event!
Guests are served 1/2 crab at a time, as well as spaghetti (red and cream sauce options), salad, and garlic bread; beverages are extra. Crab sides will include butter, lemon, and cocktail sauce.
The KPCCA is a non-profit organization, located in Vaughn, WA, dedicated to promoting the welfare of the Key Peninsula. Since 1956, the KPCCA has worked to foster, protect and promote charitable, literary, youth, educational, civic, social, and other activities for the Key Peninsula. Tenants and non-profit groups enjoy discounted rates to help meet their needs for serving the local community. Individuals also find the civic center an affordable option for weddings, anniversaries, birthday parties, skate parties and other events.
Those organizations who call the Civic Center home include Boy Scout Troop #220, Fresh Food Revolution Local Food Co-op, Key Peninsula Baptist Church, Key Peninsula Family Resource Center, Key Peninsula Historical Society, Key Peninsula Senior Society, Key Peninsula WIC, and Two Waters Arts Alliance. Between these organizations and the Civic Center’s own events, there are several events and programs for families and children available throughout the year, including Indoor Park, Little Buddies, Play to Learn, Skate Night, dance and yoga classes, Livable Community Fair, Winter Warm Up and more. The KPCCA believes that better community programs make better citizens, and better citizens make a better community in which to live.