Shuck It at the 4th Annual Oyster Festival April 4

Enjoy oysters and live music at the 4th annual oysterfest in downtown Fort Pierce April 4
Sea-Life Habitat Improvement Project, Inc., presents the 4th Annual Fort Pierce Oyster Festival on Saturday, April 4 from 10 a.m. - 7 p.m., along the waterfront in downtown Fort Pierce, 600 N. Indian River Dr.

This one day festival celebrates the waterfront and its bounty with delicious oysters, seafood, land lubber food, live music, arts & crafts, river science symposiums, a children's area, the Great Coconut Float Race and fun for the whole family. In 2014, attendance exceeded 7,500 patrons!

The group is  dedicated to saving our oyster shells for the "Oyster Reef Restoration Projects" in St. Lucie County. In the first three years this festival collected more than 1800 gallons of oyster shells that have been used on our oyster reefing efforts in the Indian River Lagoon.

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