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43rd Annual Homosassa Arts, Crafts, and Seafood Festival

Ordinance One Puts A New Spin On Classic Festival

By Meaghan Goepferich Posted on February 10, 2020

Seafood Festival Catches a Fresh Wave

Ordinance One Puts A New Spin On Classic Festival

Ordinance One announces they are putting a new twist on a classic festival, moving it out of Sims Park and into the heart of Downtown New Port Richey. The Seafood Revelry combines the taphouse’s annual craft beer tasting festival with a seafood flair. Guests can expect live, local and regional bands, market vendors, and a VIP craft beer tasting during this one-day celebration. The Seafood Revelry will take place Saturday, April 18, from 12:00 pm to 10:00 pm in Railroad Square (Nebraska Avenue.) 

The Seafood Revelry is more than a party, it’s a convergence of community. The Betty Fox Band will be headlining the day’s musical performances with more bands to be announced. This event features all local food vendors including Frankie’s Raw Bar, Got Lobstah, and Ramen & Waffles. Early sponsors include Ocean Honda, Paul R. Miller, DDS, Catches Waterfront Grille, Templar Contracting, and GREATFLORIDA Insurance, Jeff Starkey, Agent.

A portion of profits will benefit Keep Pasco Beautiful, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. 

Sponsor and vendor opportunities are still available. Please contact Kira Atkinson, [email protected] or 727.992.1382 for more information. 

About Keep Pasco Beautiful

Keep Pasco Beautiful’s Mission is to improve Pasco County by engaging the community in sustainable efforts to reduce litter, promote waste reduction, and encourage beautification.

Keep Pasco Beautiful, Inc. is a not-for-profit environmental organization located in Pasco County, Florida. They are a community coalition of volunteers from the public and private sectors, including government, education, business, industry, civic groups, and individuals.  The organization was first established in 1992 as Keep Pasco Clean and Green. In 1994 they obtained their Keep America Beautiful affiliate certification and changed the organization’s name to Keep Pasco Beautiful, Inc. This is a self-supporting, non-profit Florida corporation, tax-exempt under IRS 501(c)3, and is not part of any Pasco County government or office.  For every $1 the organization receives in government funding they raise $3.50 through donations and volunteer hours. 

For more information visit www.keeppascobeautiful.org or call 727-856-7252.

About Ordinance One

Proprietors and New Port Richey natives, Brett & Natalie Ciper, opened the doors to Ordinance One in March of 2018. The taphouse was named after the City’s first Ordinance and is located in the space that was the City’s original fire station. Patrons enjoy a rotating menu of craft beer, wine, and non- alcoholic beverages while experiencing a piece of New Port Richey’s history. With exposed beam ceilings, historic brick walls, rustic hand-crafted bar, and an original hand-drawn map of the City on the west wall, O1 is a hip place to relax, hang out with friends, and get to know your neighbors. O1 is a smoke-free and family-friendly establishment located at 5738 Main Street, New Port Richey. Hours: Monday – Thursday, 4:00 pm to 10:00 pm, Friday & Saturday, 12:00 pm to 12:00 am, and Sunday, 12:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Please visit us on Facebook at facebook.com/Ordinanceonebeer or follow on Instagram @ordinanceoner for more information.

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