The Cape Charles Historical Society will hold its traditional Low Country Shrimp Boil on Garden Day – Saturday, April 30, 2016 at the Cape Charles Museum from 5 – 9 PM. The menu features the famous Alabama shrimp boil recipe — shrimp cooked with red potatoes, special “Old Timer” smoked sausage shipped in from Alabama, corn on the cob, onions and peppers. Other accompaniments include: homemade rolls and coleslaw, dessert and beverages, with wine and beer available. All enjoyed with live music by “The Swing Project”, a 5 musician local band. There will also be a Silent Auction in the adjoining Bloxom Station Building (donations welcome) and the traditional 50/50 raffle. Seating is available inside the Museum or outdoors under the tent. Tickets are $30, $10 for children 7 to 12, and are available by cash or check at Periwinkles on Strawberry Street in Cape Charles or by credit card by sending an email to email@example.com. Also on sale at the Museum starting April 23, with a limited number available at the door (757-331-1008). Event sponsors are most welcome, starting at $100 including 2 free tickets. Contact Marion Naar (757-442-2821) or Kimb Denny (757-607-6483) for more information. The Museum will open for the season on April 23.