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Annual Crabby Clam & Lobster Fest – October 7&8, 2016

October 7


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  • Crabby Clam & Lobster Fest – October 7 & 8, 2016


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October 7th and 8th… it’s the Johnny Burke Children’s Foundation’s 20th & FINAL “Crabby” Clam & Lobster Fest presented by Catholic Federal Credit Union, Schaefer & Bierlein, & AlphaMedia.  The event takes place again this year at Frankenmuth River Place Shops!

Don’t miss the fun!  King Crab, Clam, Lobster and BBQ Chicken. At the Frankenmuth River Place Shops, 925 South Main Street.

Friday, October 7, from 3pm to midnight.
Saturday, October 8, from 11am to 10pm.

Play Plinko with the Frankenmuth Fine Arts Council! Thanks to Future Vision Satellite of Saginaw we’ll be showing baseball & college football on Dish Network. Dinners start at $12*.  There will be a 6 oz. lobster tail dinner, 1/2 bbq chicken dinner, dozen steamed clams dinner, 2 brat dinner, and king crab leg dinner.  All dinners include: clam chowder, corn, coleslaw, New York “salt potatoes”, roll & butter, coffee, iced tea or lemonade.  There will also be a cash bar, and 50/50 drawings every hour. On stage, Schaefer & Bierlein present, The RockShow (70's, 80′s and Journey tributes-FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT!), Three Men & a Tenor, One Track Mind, Jim McKeith, and Dave & Andy Dalton. Also, Friday Night Alpha Media & 94.5 The Moose present Steve Armstrong & the 25cent Beer Band, Followed by The RockShow.  Cool2Duel presented by Rasmussen Trucking Saturday evening. 

 *dinner prices subject to change due to seafood price fluctuations

Hope to see you at River Place Shops on October 7th and 8th!

If you would like to volunteer to work the festival, simply click the link on the right side of this page, and fill out the form.  The Johnny Burke Children’s Foundation thanks you in advance.


Annual Crabby Clam & Lobster Fest – October 7&8, 2016


October 7
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Frankenmuth River Place Shops
925 S. Main St.
Frankenmuth, MI 48734 United States


The Johnny Burke Children’s Foundation