Join us as we celebrate the 4th Annual Lobsterfest, an authentic New England Clambake and Lobster Boil fundraiser recreated Midwest-style in Columbus, Indiana! This succulent feast of flavorful Maine lobsters and clams + traditional fixin’s await you. Sponsored by Old National Wealth Management.
Reserve your lobster by May 1
Happy Hour: 6:00 p.m.
Dinner: 7:00 p.m.
Lobster Races 8:00 p.m.
May 13, 2017 • 6:00 p.m.
Old National Bank
501 Washington St.
Columbus, IN 47201
Your purchase includes a steaming cup of traditional New England Clam Chowder, tender steamed clams, a whole luscious bright red lobster, corn on the cob, buttered rolls, red bliss potatoes, and steamed sweet onions. For dessert, you’ll love the Blueberry Crumb Cake. Soft drinks, beer and wine available for purchase!
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*Patron Plus Benefits:
- Two drink tickets to redeem at the bar, courtesy of Joe Willy’s Burger Bar
- A chance to win a Corvette Raffle ticket
- Name included in recognition ad in The Republic on May 14
Hutch & Kevina Schumaker
About the Caterer
In 1951, Bill Foster of York Harbor, Maine, offered the use of his land to the Civic Club of York for a sportsmen’s show. As part of the agreement, he also put on an old-fashioned Maine clambake to help the club earn money… from this Foster’s Downeast Clambake was born.
Bill’s catering success stemmed from developing a traditional method that was also portable. As news of his sumptuous New England clam and lobster bakes spread, Foster’s was asked in 1961 to put on a New England clambake for General Mills Foods that was featured in their Betty Crocker’s Outdoor Cookbook. This national exposure introduced the nation to both Foster’s and the traditional New England clambake.
Today, Fosters Clambake is run by Kevin Tacy who bought the business in 1985 along with Paul Murphy. Bill worked alongside the new ownership their first year to learn all the techniques that have made Foster’s a New England tradition.