If you love oysters, sea-life, and the history of diving, you have to come out this weekend to the Man in the Sea Museum’s Sealab Restoration Project Oyster Bash Saturday, January 26th. They are on a mission to restore the first underwater experimental saturation habitat.
This is from the Facebook Event Page.
Sealab Restoration Project Oyster Bash January 26, 2013 from 1:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Purchase your Man in the Sea Museum Oyster Bash Tickets and enjoy all-you-can-eat raw and steamed oysters, hot dogs, and sides. The Man in the Sea Museum is home to Sealab 1, the first underwater experimental saturation habitat, developed by the United States Navy. The knowledge acquired from the Sealab 1 Project played a vital role in shaping the worldwide commercial diving industry and we need your help in restoring and preserving this important piece of diving history.
The Bash will be located at The Dive Lab (across from Panama Jacks) 1415 Moylan Rd. Donate $25 for all-you-can-eat oysters — Hot dogs available for kids. Sponsor a table for $500 get 10 tickets and 10 beer mugs!
For more information call 850-235-4101