Holly Point Art & Seafood Festival is slated October 21

Deltaville Maritime Museum Boat Shop volunteer director John England and crew have set the new deadrise keel, transom (stern), bow stem and both the port and starboard “chines” for Hull 102. The construction is a “living history” project. Progress can be viewed daily at the boat shop from dawn to dusk and at the upcoming festival. Hull 101 is finished, ready to fish and can be seen at the museum. Photo by Bill Powell

The 14th annual Holly Point Art & Seafood Festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, October 21, at Deltaville Maritime Museum and Holly Point Nature Park, 287 Jackson Creek Road, Deltaville.

This event offers art, seafood, food, model trains, a classic car show, music, area maritime and history exhibits, restored workboats, creek cruises, nature trails and gardens, said board member Bill Powell.

The Bistro will open at 8 a.m. with made from scratch biscuits and the new BistroBenedictBloodyMaryBrunch. The seafood featuring shrimp, trout fillet sandwiches, shrimp salad and steamed oysters will be available around 10 a.m.

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