Shades Bar and Grill Hosts 11th Annual Seafood Boil Benefit

Crawfish Boil, Live Music, Bouncy Houses and More will Benefit Alaqua Animal Refuge

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Shades Seafood Boil

Shades Bar and Grill is excited to announce that their 11th Annual Seafood Boil Benefit on April 7, 2018 will benefit Alaqua Animal Refuge. The all day event at Shades Bar and Grill in Inlet Beach will feature live music by Jacob Mohr from 12-2PM, Funk 42 from 3-6PM and Anne Cline from 7-9PM. Shades will be serving boiled crawfish, raw oysters and traditional Jambalaya. This fun-filled family event will offer bouncy houses for the kids and plenty of activities for everyone. Come out and have a great time for a great cause!

About Shades Bar and Grill:
Shades Bar & Grill is a South Walton family tradition since 1994, offering a diverse menu of fresh seafood, 100% Angus burgers, famous hot wings and lots more. Shades offers a fun family-friendly atmosphere for lunch and dinner. Shades has a game room for kids to stay occupied while the adults indulge in the amazing draft beer selection with 46 beers from around the world or our full bar. A true sports haven, Shades has 15 HD Big Screen TV’s, 2 Projectors and all the premium packages.

About Alaqua Animal Refuge:
Alaqua Animal Refuge is a no-kill facility founded in 2007 and located on a sprawling and bucolic 10-acre farm in Freeport, FL. The refuge is located about 20 minutes north of the Emerald Coast’s sugary white beaches, which are among some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. While there are countless animals who are lucky to live amongst the stunning blue-green gulf and enjoy the high quality of life that our area has to offer, thousands of animals are being neglected and abused, or paddling along the margins of lonely streets, looking in vain for the owners who once loved but later abandoned them. Alaqua has come a long way in all aspects of operation, initially providing shelter to only a handful of dogs, cats and other animals and requiring only a few staff members to work to find these animals permanent, loving homes. But the shelter has since grown and expanded into a refuge that provides respite for over 250 animals at any given time. Since its founding year, Alaqua staff and volunteers have helped find homes for more than 15,000 animals, with up to 100 adoptions completed each month.

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