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Stone Crab & Seafood Festival Hits Homestead

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Posted: Friday, February 23, 2018 12:00 am

Saturday and Sunday, February 24 & 25

The annual Stone Crab and Seafood Festival in Key Largo was such a

success that the traffic backed up to the Turnpike in Florida City. With such a fantastic turnout over the years, this popular event outgrew their venue in the Keys, but the Rotary Club of Homestead couldn’t let it die.

With much planning, the Rotary Club of Homestead along with the City of Homestead and the sponsorship of Lorenzo Ford are bringing the crabs back and much more.

With thanks also to the local sponsors; Homestead Hospital, Florida Power & Light, Bomnin Chevrolet, TruckMax of Homestead, Brown and Brown Insurance, and Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava, Homestead will be home to a first rate event celebrating stone crab season, while also raising scholarship funds for local youth.

Come on out this weekend - Saturday from 11 am - 6 pm and Sunday from 11 am - 5 pm. That’s when the Homestead Sports Complex comes alive with food, drinks, crafts, entertainment, rides and more. For details check out:

The Rotary Club of Homestead is dedicated to awarding scholarships, assisting the community and providing funds to other charitable organizations. They want to thank everyone in the community for their continued support.

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