Fishtival — 5th Annual Fish and Lobster Festival, September 14

5th Annual NH Fish & Lobster Festival
Prescott Park, Portsmouth, NH
Saturday, September 14, 2013
12 – 4 pm
Admission to festival free!
Seafood samplings from renowned local chefs – $4

Celebrating 400 Years of Local Seafood — Delicious, fun, and local!

The 5th Annual Fish and Lobster Festival is back and better than ever! Walk the decks of a local fishing boat, taste freshly-landed local seafood prepared by Seacoast chefs, learn to identify and prepare local fish, watch an on-location Seafood Throwdown cook-off competition, investigate the Gulf of Maine ecosystem, sing a song and hear a tale or two.

Along the historic waterfront in Prescott Park, right beside the NH commercial fishing pier, it’s a great event for all ages with games, live music, demos, foul-weather gear, a fish relay race, trap building, fish printing, touch tanks, and so much more.

The Festival raises awareness of the importance of local fishing industry, supports our fantastic community businesses, and features the many ways to enjoy all of the local species that live in New England. This unique event is from 12-4 pm, and is FREE for everyone who’d like to attend.

For more information: www.prescottpark.org

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