Those feeling hungry (and generous) still have something to celebrate for St. Patrick’s Day this year.
People can buy their meals and schedule a time to pick them up at the cafe — curbside.
“Every meal purchase will include a chance to win an amazing prize!” according to Culture Cafe’s Facebook post. “The lucky winner, accompanied by three friends, will enjoy a three-hour tour of the Mobjack Bay aboard the 40-foot Bay Retriever, a Mainship Motor Yacht. The cruise includes a Luau Dinner prepared by Chef Scott Hoyland.”
Attendees can choose from a traditional Irish dinner or a seven-course Irish meal.
The Irish dinner is $25 and includes “a generous portion” of corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, carrots and Irish soda bread.
The seven-course meal costs $15 and includes a loaded baked potato and a six-pack of Alewerks’ Superb IPA.
For more chances to win the grand prize, people can also buy raffle tickets for $10.
The organization had previously canceled their annual ShamROCK the ‘Burg! fundraiser because of the coronavirus pandemic and refunded tickets.
According to Culture Cafe’s Facebook post, the monies raised from the event will benefit Camp Kesem at William & Mary, Child Development Resources, Dream Catchers and the Kiwanis Kids Idea Studio at the Williamsburg Regional Library.
It is not clear how much of the funds will go to each of the above organizations.
For more information about the 2021 ShamROCK the ‘Burg event, visit the event’s website here.
Editor’s Note: The Kiwanis Club of Williamsburg is an advertising partner of WYDaily’s parent company, Local Daily Media.
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