Get your Low Country Boil tickets by Friday

Join Landmark Park for a laid back feast! Shrimp, sausage, corn, potatoes and a blend of spices will simmer in a 60-gallon kettle just outside the Stokes Activity Barn. When the cooking is done, the dish is loaded into wheelbarrows and served at your table. While you're there, enjoy music by local musician Brian Hart, a silent auction, plus wagon rides, hot dogs and the Barnyard Playground for the kids. Advance tickets required by Sept. 15. $50 per person, $500 for a table of 8, and $5 for kids ages 3-12. Call us at 334-794-3452 for your tickets. Joining us for our annual Low Country Boil is a great way to support Landmark Park while having a fantastic time!

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