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Steaming up the Trolley Barn with good food and good friends


Waterworks Visual Arts Center

Saturday, Jan. 28

6:30-11:30 p.m.

Come out to the F&M Trolley Barn for the 12th Annual oyster roast. Mark your calendars for Saturday, January 28th from 6:30-11:30 pm and get ready to turn up the heat on a cold winter night!

Big Daddy’s of Lake Norman will be cooking up oysters and shrimp on site, College Barbecue will have their famous pork sliders with sides, and dessert will be provided by Cold Stone Creamery.  Our Auction is back this year and filled with fabulous items from coffee and wine to spa packages and our famous Lunch For A Year lunchbox! Celebrate your auction win and work off dessert on the dance floor to great music provided by Virtual Sounds.

Tickets – $85 Non-Members / $80 Members.  Ticket price includes food, beer and wine, dessert and a spot on the dance floor. Casual attire. Must be 21 to attend.

Tickets can be purchased online by visiting  www.waterworks.org , by phone at 704.636.1882 or at Waterworks Visual Arts Center during regular gallery hours.  All proceeds from this event support Waterworks’ education and outreach programs.

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