Details for 2016:
Sunday, October 2nd
4:30pm ’til dark
Firecracker Jazz Band, Gumbo, Jambalaya, & Oysters
in the Meadow
Cajun Casual Attire
Tickets are Limited!
$75 members, $100 non-members
To benefit the Highlands Biological Foundation
Purchase your ticket today!
Join us for a Cajun celebration on Sunday, October 2nd , where a group of Highlands residents are hosting “Highlands on the Half-Shell” to support the Highlands Biological Foundation. Feast on steamed oysters, gumbo, and jambalaya under a canopy of flame-colored leaves while enjoying the energetic tunes of Asheville’s Firecracker Jazz Band. The Highlands Biological Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has been providing critical support for the Biological Station and it’s three facets: the Nature Center, Botanical Garden and Biological Laboratory since the Station’s founding in 1927.
Kimberly & Bill Coward, Mary Todd & Jim Davis, Ruthie & Berry Edwards, Monte & Palmer Gaillard, Julia & Bill Grumbles, Melanie & Tom Mauldin, Susan & Alex Nading, Ruthie & Frank Oliver, Karen Patterson, Paul Sanger, Miriam & Vernon Skiles, Martha & Hal Stibbs, Jennie Stowers, Lyda White