4th Annual Brick House Plantation Oyster Roast & Wild Game Grill Fundraiser
Saturday, March 6, 2021
Tickets will go on sale later in 2020.
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Brick House was built in 1725 by Paul Hamilton. It was purchased by Joseph Jenkins in 1798 and has been in the care of the Jenkins family ever since. The house burned in 1929 yet the ruins still stand today. Because of their historic significance the ruins were put on the National Register in 1970. The ruins are deteriorating and we are raising funds towards the stabilization of the north wall. Please join us to see the progress we have made. Continued support with the monumental undertaking of preserving a key part of our national heritage is urgently needed and greatly appreciated.
We invite you to join us for an Oyster Roast and Wild Game Grill under the oaks in front of the ruins. We will also have a variety of Chili available so bring a hearty appetite and a lawn chair. This is a BYOB Rain or Shine Event.
Please leave your dog at home. Although we love dogs, the presence of dogs on our property presents issues too numerous to list here. Exception: By ADA law we must accommodate guests with a disability that require a service dog who is trained to do a specific task, and we welcome those guests on our property. (Pets and emotional comfort dogs are not considered service dogs, so please leave them at home).