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Port Orange Observer Saturday, Jul. 13, 2019 1 year ago

Port Orange holds fourth-annual Crab & Seafood Festival

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Residents braved warm temperatures and cloudy skies to attend the festival at the City Center on Saturday, July 13.
by: Alyssa Warner Staff Writer

Families and friends braved warm temperatures and cloudy skies to participate in the fourth-annual Crab and Seafood Festival held on Saturday, July 13, from 2 to 8 p.m. Food trucks, local eateries, music, jewelry and fashion vendors, and more lined the streets around the City Center.

Participants ordered from food trucks and enjoyed their meals at picnic tables and on the benches by the lake throughout the day. 

There were food trucks that offered options other than seafood for those with allergies and vendors were also available selling items such as LuLaRoe, Scentsy, and Paparazzi Accessories for attendees not looking for a bite to eat. 

Lines formed for fried Oreos and Funnel Cake at the Fourth-Annual Crab and Seafood Festival on Saturday, July 13. Photo by Alyssa Warner
Participates enjoyed stopping by each booth and food truck to see what there was to offer at the Fourth-Annual Crab and Seafood Festival on Saturday, July 13. Photo by Alyssa Warner
Customers line up and wait at The Conch Dynasty food truck at the Fourth-Annual Crab and Seafood Festival on Saturday, July 13. Photo by Alyssa Warner
Anita Soto Parker and John Parker enjoyed the Conch Salad and Jerk Chicken from The Conch Dynasty food truck at the Fourth-Annual Crab and Seafood Festival on Saturday, July 13. Photo by Alyssa Warner
Ayden Warner, 1, enjoyed looking at all the "feesh" at the Fourth-Annual Crab and Seafood Festival on Saturday, July 13. Photo by Alyssa Warner
Customers waiting at for their orders at Sauté Kingz at the Fourth-Annual Crab and Seafood Festival on Saturday, July 13. Photo by Alyssa Warner
Plates ready for pick up at the 3 Kings Catering food truck at the Fourth-Annual Crab and Seafood Festival on Saturday, July 13. Photo by Alyssa Warner
Lavonda West and her son, Tyri Dixon II, enjoy strolling past the many eateries at the Crab and Seafood Festival. Photo by Tanya Russo
Ms. Ineta J. White sold her mugs and gift baskets while promoting the Abraham Daughters House of Rescue Food Pantry where she is "Reaching a nation one person at a time." Photo by Tanya Russo

 

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