CLEARWATER - The Clearwater Historical Society has announced that its annual Spring Fish Fry will be held Saturday, May 5, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Ross Norton Park Recreation Center, 1426 S. Martin Luther King Avenue in Clearwater. The Society ia a 501-c non-profit organization and adults will be admitted for a $8 donation and children, 12 and under, for a $4 donation, which gets you all you can eat of the best fried fish and tastiest hush puppies in town, along with plenty of delicious grits, cole slaw, ice tea or coffee, and free parking.
All net proceeds will go to the maintenance and upkeep of the Historic Plumb House Museum. Jennie Reynolds Plumb was the first paid school teacher in Clearwater for whom the Plumb Elementary School was named.
The Museum regular hours of operation, only through May 3, 2007, are from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. every Saturday, and from 8:30
a.m. until 11:30 a.m. on April 19th and May 3rd.
The Museum is located immediately to the north of the Ross Norton Center, so after you have had your fill of super-good food at the fish fry, go next door to the Historic Plumb House, 1380 S. Martin Luther King Avenue, for your free admission to see many historical documents, early Clearwater photographic collections, period furniture, etc.
For Fish Fry tickets, contact any society board member or call 804-2073.or 442-9011, and for information on free tours of the Historic Plumb House Museum, call 446-2676 or 399-1412.
Bring your family to the Fish Fry "Cause we all know, happiness is fish and good friends."