The Landmarks Foundation brings River Region chefs to Old Alabama Town for the Oyster Festival


Lightning Line and The Landmarks Foundation hosted Montgomery’s first-ever oyster festival in Old Alabama Town. The event featured one of Alabama’s best-kept secrets: our state’s oysters. Nine chefs from across the river region prepared the oysters for tasting. Oysters were roasted, roasted and steamed for the event. The gates opened at 3 p.m. with musical performer King Bee.

Ella Martin, events coordinator for the Landmarks Foundation, said: “We will use the money we raised today to help maintain the Lucas Tavern. It is the oldest building in Montgomery County. It was built in 1819.”

Margaret Traylor is a tour guide at Old Alabama Town and says, “It’s just perfect! I do tours here and people come here because they like history, so it’s an easy task. They come here because they like this kind of situation. “So it’s easy for us to find something that everyone enjoys and where everyone seems to be having a good time.” By hosting the event, the Landmarks Foundation hopes that people will support their efforts to preserve and protect the historic buildings and recognize Montgomery’s legacy.

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