Oyster Throwdown!

Join us as we prepare for our 6th Annual Oyster Throwdown at C&R's Bar in Waveland!  Some of the best teams on the Coast will be out to battle for bragging rights and a number of awards, including People's Choice.

All proceeds go to Hope Haven Children's Advocacy Center, so you know that good eatin' and a good cause go hand in hand.

The fun will be in February (exact date TBD) in front of C&R's Bar at 312 Coleman Ave in Waveland.  This family friendly event is open to all to attend- general admission is $15, kids 8-12 eat for $8, and kids under 7 eat free.  If oysters aren't your thing, hot dogs and hamburgers are free with general admission.  Bring your lawn chairs, but please don't bring beer, alcohol, or ice chests.

You can register your team if you're cooking, donate as a sponsor for the event, and buy admission tickets below.

With any questions, please call Hope Haven at 228-466-6395.  

 

Oyster Throwdown 2019
February 2019 (exact date TBD)
C&R's Bar
Oyster Throwdown Team Entry
6th Annual Oyster Throwdown to benefit Hope Haven Children's Advocacy Center
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February 2019 (exact date TBD)
C&R's Bar
Oyster Throwdown General Admission
6th Annual Oyster Throwdown to benefit Hope Haven Children's Advocacy Center
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706 US Hwy 90
Waveland, MS 39576
Tel: 228.466.6395

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