Thursday, March 17, 2011
"It's in the best interest of all of our members to not hold this new event this year," said Jean Hungiville, Interim President. "When George McMath so generously offered his gorgeous property, Edgewater, we were excited to have the opportunity to have a festival on one of the most incredible settings one could possibly hope for; however we also realize the Festival should measure up to the beauty of the site.
She added, "People who are interested in attending a spring seafood festival, are encouraged to attend the Chincoteague Seafood Festival on May 7th. We strongly support the Chincoteague Seafood Festival. We've met with the Chincoteague Chamber and have offered to help with volunteers and the loan of equipment if needed."
The ESVA Chamber will be calling everyone who purchased Seaside Festival tickets to offer them a refund or the first tickets to the 19th annual Harvest Festival at Sunset Beach Resort on October 5th when they become available in the next few weeks.
Saturday, May 1, 2010
Enjoy all-you-can-eat steamed clams, oysters and clams on the half shell, clam and oyster fritters, fried fish, clam chowder.
Some new food items this year, in addition to the mainstay items we all love: Sauteed Shrimp and Cole Slaw from Exmore Diner, Seafood Pasta Salad from Bill’s Restaurant, award winning Seafood Chowder from Island House Restaurant and Iced Tea from Bojangles
TICKET OUTLETS (while they last)
Eastern Shore of Virginia Chamber of Commerce
Chincoteague Chamber of Commerce
Davis Auto Center
Davis Home Center
PNC Bank - Onley, Oak Hall, Chincoteague, and Pocomoke Branches
Shore Bank Branches
Chamber of Commerce website: www.esvachamber.org