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3rd Annual Peg Leg Pete's Pirate Pub Crawl

9/9/2023 6:00:00 PM
Palace Saloon
117 Centre Street Backside on North 2nd Street Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034
9/9/2023 10:00:00 PM

Date: September 09, 2023

Time: 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Venue: Palace Saloon

Address: 117 Centre Street Backside on North 2nd Street Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034

Age Range: Adults, Seniors

Cost: $35

Ahoy, maties! It's time to grab your garb and your favorite Buccaneer and head down to Fernandina for some grog and good times! Come explore our beautiful town, full of history, great food and drink, great people and, yes, plenty of Pirates! :-)

While certainly not required, we encourage everyone to dress in your finest pirate garb to add to the fun! We will check-in in the backyard of the Palace Saloon to pick up your ticket booklet anytime between 5 and 7pm on September 9th. Your booklet will give you access to SEVEN (we have a bonus stop this year!) of our fine drinking establishments where the first libation is included (restrictions apply), as well as an entry for a chance to win a prize package. Additional raffle tickets will be available for sale for a chance to win one of our fantastic prize packages that have been generously donated by the businesses in our community.

The 3rd Annual Peg Leg Pete's Pirate Pub Crawl is being hosted by the Fernandina Pirates Club, a non-profit organization that supports our beautiful town. All proceeds are used to further our mission to support and serve our community through volunteering, donations, adopting families in need for Thanksgiving and Christmas, scholarship programs for our Nassau County Seniors....and so much more! This year's proceeds will go to benefit Micah's Place and the Fernandina High School Band program! Thank you for joining us and we look forward to seeing you! Please note that this is a rain or shine event with no refunds. Thank you for your understanding.
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