Georgia Oyster Roast: a fundraiser and feast Sunday, November 16 at 510 Pulaski Street $50 per guest includes oysters, beer, wine, and food Enjoy a fall evening filled with fresh Georgia oysters roasted and raw, delicious offerings from Peter Dale of the National, guest schucker Patrick Stubbers of Seabear Oyster Bar, pints of Terrapin Beer, chilled oyster-paired white wines from Savannah Distributing, and 1000 Faces Coffee all in the idyllic garden of one of Athens’ brightest creative talents, Rinne Allen. The event is a fundraiser to support Athens journalist André Gallant’s research and writing about the life, death and rebirth of the Georgia oyster industry. He is producing a book destined for publication in fall 2016, and needs financial help now to conduct months of first-person reporting on the Georgia coast. He’ll be hunting down the history of the industry by interviewing long-since-retired oystermen and digging through historical archives, and he’ll be charting its future by getting muddy with the men and women harvesting bivalves from the marsh today. Purchase your ticket at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/919344 If you cannot attend the Oyster Roast but still want to fund the journey of this oyster book, donate at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-high-low-tide-help-me-fund-my-oyster-book Follow Andre on his journey at http://eatingaboutwriting.tumblr.com/

Georgia Oyster Roast: a fundraiser and feast
Sunday, November 16
at 510 Pulaski Street
$50 per guest
includes oysters, beer, wine, and food


Enjoy a fall evening filled with fresh Georgia oysters roasted and raw, delicious offerings from Peter Dale of the National, guest schucker Patrick Stubbers of Seabear Oyster Bar, pints of Terrapin Beer, chilled oyster-paired white wines from Savannah Distributing, and 1000 Faces Coffee all in the idyllic garden of one of Athens’ brightest creative talents, Rinne Allen.

The event is a fundraiser to support Athens journalist André Gallant’s research and writing about the life, death and rebirth of the Georgia oyster industry. He is producing a book destined for publication in fall 2016, and needs financial help now to conduct months of first-person reporting on the Georgia coast. He’ll be hunting down the history of the industry by interviewing long-since-retired oystermen and digging through historical archives, and he’ll be charting its future by getting muddy with the men and women harvesting bivalves from the marsh today.

Purchase your ticket at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/919344
If you cannot attend the Oyster Roast but still want to fund the journey of this oyster book, donate at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-high-low-tide-help-me-fund-my-oyster-book


Follow Andre on his journey at http://eatingaboutwriting.tumblr.com/