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DIY Fisherman's Net Coastal Christmas Tree For The Holidays

DIY Fisherman's Net Coastal Christmas Tree For The Holidays

By: Party Swizzle

Combine the spirits of the season and seas for a fisherman’s net coastal Christmas tree for the holidays. All you need are a few push pins, a tape measure and a fishing net to have a ready-to-decorate, super-easy, no-mess symbol of Jesus and his great catch miracle.

What you need:
  • 5’ x 10’ heavy gauge fishnet 
  • Tape measure 
  • Indoor: Push pins or thumbtacks 
  • Outdoor: Small nails with large heads & hammer 
  • Paper clips 
  • Decorations 
    • String lights 
    • Garland 
    • Ornaments 
    • Starfish for the top 
    • Optional: Plastic crabs & seashells

Where to put it:

Hang your fisherman’s net coastal Christmas tree on an indoor wall or outdoor fence. The net, ornaments and lights are relatively lightweight and require very little support. 

The fish net tree is 76” tall x 56” wide, plus we added a 10” space at the bottom to add a planter and 6” on top for our star. The total area measurements of our tree are 92” tall x 56” wide. 

We made a beachy background by covering an indoor wall with a roll of Fadeless Design Weather Wood paper from Blick Art Supplies

Step 1 - Pin the points:

Measure and pin the points to hang your net Christmas tree first. We used’s Heavy Gauge Fish Net, but you can cut any net to 5-feet x 10-feet to use with these measurements.

Place a push-pin or nail at each of these points: 
Center Top is the point below the star: 
-- Point A: In the center, 86” from the ground. 
Top tree boughs are the points at the ends of the top level of branches, 42” apart: 
-- Point B: 21” from the center to the left, 54” from the ground. 
-- Point C: 21” from the center to the right, 54” from the ground. 
Upper mid-sections are the points at the top of the middle section, at the same height as the top boughs, 14” apart: 
-- Point D: 7” from the center to the left, 54” from the ground. 
-- Point E: 7” from the center to the right, 54” from the ground. 
Middle tree boughs are the points at the ends of the middle level of branches, 48” apart: 
-- Point F: 24” from the center to the left, 36” from the ground. 
-- Point G: 24” from the center to the right, 36” from the ground. 
Lower mid-sections are the points at the top of the lower middle section, at the same height as the middle boughs, 34” apart: 
-- Point H: 10” from the center to the left, 36” from the ground. 
-- Point I: 10” from the center to the right, 36” from the ground. 
Bottom tree boughs are the points at the ends of the bottom level of branches, 56” apart: 
-- Point J: 28” from the center to the left, 18” from the ground. 

-- Point K: 28” from the center to the right, 18” from the ground. 

Step 2 - Plan the lights:

If your string light sets have end-to-end connectors, you will be able to connect them together from the top to the bottom of the tree with no extra accommodation. For our tree, we used: 
  • Top: Lobster & Crab Buoys (end-to-end connectors) 
  • Middle: Realistic Seashells (no end-to-end connectors) 
  • Bottom: Glitter Teal Seahorses (no end-to-end connectors) 
After hanging the net, we attached a white extension cord plug in the center of the top level of branches, 54” from the ground. Our extension cord plug had a plastic safety flip cover that we used to fasten to the net. 

Then, we were able to run the lobster buoy string lights from the extension cord plug around the top edge outline of the tree. From that point, we could plug the seashell lights into the lobster buoy lights’ end-to-end connector, and run them through the mid-section of the tree to the bottom. 

Step 3 - Hang the net:

The heavy gauge fishnet can be stiff, so we scrunched it up, shook it out, pulled, tugged and put it in the dryer to loosen it up. The good news is that the stiffness also keeps the edges in place. 
  • Point A: Find the center of one of the short sides (5-foot), and hang on the top center tack, Point A. 
  • Point B: Fold the top left corner down the remaining length of the short-end edge, toward the center. Hold the left corner in the center and stretch the net left to find the point where the long edge folds over to create a triangle, then hang this point on the left top tree bough tack, Point B. 
  • Point C: You can adjust this point to add/remove swag in the top outline of your tree. Repeat on the right to match the left side, Point C. 
  • Point D-E: Measure 14” along the net’s edge from the left top tree bough tack, Point B, and hang this point on the left tack of the upper mid-section, Point D. Repeat for the right side, Point E. 
  • Point F-G: Run the net’s edge from the left tack of the upper mid-section, Point D, to the left middle tree bough tack, Point F. Repeat for the right side, Point G. 
  • Point H-I: Measure 14” along the net’s edge from the left middle tree bough tack, Point F, and hang this point on the left tack of the lower mid-section, Point H. Repeat for the right side, Point I. 
  • Point: J-K: Run the net’s edge from the left tack of the lower mid-section, Point H, to the left lower tree bough tack, Point J. Repeat for the right side, Point K. 
  • Point L: Make any adjustments to ensure that the remaining length of net is equal on both sides. Find the center point of the remaining short side (5-foot) and pin to the center of the tree, Point L, approximately 48” from the ground. 
Step 4 - Decorate your tree:
For a fishing net effect, optionally insert some captured critters like a couple of plastic crabs, a finger starfish ornament, and realistic seashell string lights behind one or more layers of the net. Lower the last layer, Point L, to string lights behind the net. 
At this point, you are ready to string lights, add seashell garland, and hang ornaments with paper clips. We also gathered and paper-clipped any slack in the string light cords and used large ornaments to hide these bundles of cord and connectors. 
You may need an extra pin or 2 for added support, such as along the net’s edge where the sea shell garland is attached. 
For an added dose of religious symbolism, decorate your fish net tree with 153 lights, ornaments, and shells. For reference, ours has about 60, so you’ll need a lot more “fish”. 

Naturally, top your fishing net coastal Christmas tree with a starfish. We used a 6-8” white Knobby Starfish, but a Finger Starfish would also work well, and added a couple of extra push pins to support our Christmas Sea Star. 

Step 5 - Accessorize:

Accessorize your coastal Christmas tree scene for a total yuletide experience. We’ve “planted” our Christmas tree by placing an aqua oval tub, filled with sand and seashells, directly below the net. In addition, we push-pinned a plastic Instaview Fireplace next to our fishnet tree, then hung coastal Christmas stockings with care. 
As a final touch, we draped a double swag of weathered beach driftwood garland above our cozy coastal Christmas panorama. And, that’s all it takes to have your own fisherman’s net coastal Christmas tree, simply a matter of putting the pins in the right place. Enjoy and happy holidays!
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See How You Can Keep Your Pontoon Boat Protected This Winter

See How You Can Keep Your Pontoon Boat Protected This Winter

By: Coverquest

Your Pontoon Boat is an important investment so make sure it weathers the winter season well and is ready for those family rides come spring. Many of us have experienced that sinking feeling when we realize we haven’t properly stored the boat and now it is in need of repair. So, do a little preventative maintenance to keep your pontoon boat “ship-shape”.

First lower your Bimini top, zip the Bimini boot on and slide the top back. This allows the boat cover to fit properly.

Clean the interior well, being careful to remove drinks and food that will stain the carpet and upholstery and attract pests.

Remove any damp items that will produce mildew. And store dry life vests under seats.

Find a pontoon boat cover that fits your boat well. A fitted cover will keep mice and other animals from living in your boat and will keep liquid from pooling. To avoid mold and mildew your pontoon cover fabric should be breathable, not waterproof. If the fabric is waterproof condensation will gather under the cover causing mildew and rust. Choose the weight of fabric that best suits your needs, whether indoor or outdoor storage.

Use vented support poles or a Carver Boat Cover Y-Strap System to support the weight of the cover where water will run off instead of accumulate in pockets.

Lastly, store boat up and out of the water, to prevent rust to the pontoon tubes and ice from forming around the boat.

Go beyond the basics, check out our step by step guide to winterizing your Pontoon boat.

Now let winter begin!!

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2019 Harborside Thanksgiving Events by Boat

2019 Harborside Thanksgiving Events by Boat

By: Dockwa

Whether you're cruising the ICW or the Baja-Haha, finding a host for the holiday is fun when you're part of the boating community. For those looking to break bread with new boating friends, here are some marinas, yacht clubs, and harbor town locales ready to welcome you to their tables. Check out our list of the top harborside events going on this Thanksgiving! 

Happy Thanksgiving from the team at Dockwa! 

Northeast Thanksgiving Events


  • November 22-24: America's Hometown Thanksgiving Festival in Plymouth. On Friday, enjoy tours of the historic waterfront and a free concert. On Saturday enjoy a Thanksgiving Parade, a concert, and other educational activities! 

  • November 26: The Cove Restaurant & Marina Thanksgiving Centerpiece Event. Other than food, one of the best things about Thanksgiving is the amazing table settings. Create your very own Thanksgiving Centerpiece and learn the art of floral arranging while enjoying the amazing views of the Mount Hope Bay! 

  • November 28: The Plimouth Plantation. This is the site of the first Thanksgiving where the Pilgrims first landed and settled back in 1620. Check out the Pilgrim Monument and go on board a reproduction of the Mayflower ship that brought the Pilgrims to the New World. Fresh ingredients, festive surroundings, and a sense of history that can be found at their annual Thanksgiving and 17th century themed dinner. 

  • November 28: Homestyle Thanksgiving Buffet at the Plimouth Plantation in Plymouth. Every autumn, the Plimouth Plantation offers Thanksgiving dining programs with fresh ingredients, festive surroundings and a sense of history.

  • November 28: The 23rd Annual Gobble Gobble Gobble 5K in Somerville. 

  • November 28: Enjoy an amazing Thanksgiving dinner at Boston's Top of the Hub Restaurant in the Prudential Center. The panoramic Boston views from the 52nd floor of the Prudential Center provides a sensational backdrop for a great Thanksgiving! 

  • November 29: Head over to Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston for some Black Friday shopping! This is one of the biggest post-Thanksgiving events in Boston so be sure to get there early. Also, if you're in the holiday spirit, be sure to check out the beautiful display of Christmas Lights around the Marketplace. 

  • December 5: Boston Common Tree Lighting from 6-9 PM. The mayor and Santa will be at this event. The lighting ends with fireworks! 


For those boaters planning a cruise to Newport, Rhode Island, for Thanksgiving, you're in luck! Thanksgiving is a great time to visit Newport, especially with all the events that take place: 

  • November 23 - January 1: If you're a forward thinker, be sure to check out the Newport Mansions for the beginning celebration of Christmas at the Newport Mansions! The mansions spectacular decorations highlight the celebration of the holidays in Newport. 

  • November 28: For a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, look no further than The White Horse Tavern or The Clarke Cooke House, both in Downtown Newport. If you're looking for more of a traditional Thanksgiving dinner but with a twist check out Cara at The Chandler located overlooking First Beach in Newport. At Cara, enjoy Executive Chef Matt Voskuil's special take on Thanksgiving Dinner. 

  • November 28: If you're looking for a Thanksgiving dinner more from the water, be sure to check out The Mooring, which serves a traditional feast combination from land and sea featuring both Turkey and Lobster dishes.

  • November 28: Create a new Thanksgiving tradition and enjoy a beautiful meal by Chef Simone at Hotel Viking. There will be thanksgiving Classics, a Carving Station, Bloody Mary & Mimosa Bar all included in a Thanksgiving Grand Buffet. Hotel Viking is also offering a TTG (Thanksgiving To Go) option where you can order a whole Thanksgiving meal to feed 8 - 10 people and pick it up hot and ready on November 28nd.  

  • November 28: To top off all the restaurant options, Gurney's Resort Marina is hosting a special Thanksgiving feast at their restaurant, Scarpetta from 1 - 7 PM. 

  • November 29: Stick around after Thanksgiving Day to watch Newport's Illuminated Boat Parade at the Bowen's Wharf Block Party! There will be boats decorated with festive holiday decor and lights. The boats motor through the harbor and compete for the best decorated in various categories. Shops and restaurants will be open and boats will sail by starting around 6:15 PM.

  • November 23 - January 1: Christmas at Blithewold. Celebrate the holiday season and enjoy the elaborate holiday decorations around every corner of the Blitheworld Mansion in Bristol. 

  • November 28: Gurney's is offering their annual Thanksgiving feast from 12 PM - 7 PM! You can indulge in a traditional turkey dinner as well as selections of cheese, charcuterie, and fresh seafood options that will please all members of your crew.

  • November 30: Lighting of the Lighthouse on Goat Island. Celebrate with Gurneys as they light their historic lighthouse, complete with carolers, spiked cider, live music at the resort's Regent Cocktail Club and undisturbed views of the famed Newport Bridge. 

  • November 29: The Holiday Lantern Tour is another great event taking place after Thanksgiving for the holiday season. Hear about the history of early American holiday traditions on an evening walk around downtown and learn how the colonial Newporters recognized the holidays. 

  • December 6: The 2019 Newport Holiday Stroll. Join in for the 4th Annual Holiday Stroll around Newport. 


  • November 29: Ready for some Thanksgiving sailing? Fayerweather & Black Rock Yacht Club in Bridgeport is hosting the Wild Turkey Regatta! Be sure to check their website for more information regarding the race details.   

New York 

  • November 23-24: The 25th Annual Patchogue Christmas Holiday Boat Parade. Watch as decorated boats float down the river on Long Island. This years theme will be "A Pirate Christmas!" 

  • November 27: Mary's Thanksgiving Parade Balloon Inflation. Watch the giant balloons slowly fill with helium. This year, the new entrance to the giant balloon inflation area will be at West 79th Street and Columbus Avenue.

  • November 28: Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Watch giant balloons, floats, marching bands clowns and performers as the parade goes down Central Park West and West 77th Street at 9AM. 

  • December 4: The 87th Annual Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting 2019. The annual tree lighting ceremony is free and open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis. The Rockefeller Center Tree will be up from December 4 until early 2020. 

If you're within a reach of Port Jefferson head to the WAVE Restaurant at Danfords Hotel Marina for two great Thanksgiving events:

New Jersey

  • November 28: Congress Hall, America's oldest seaside resort, hosts a special Thanksgiving buffet as well as a sit-down meal at Blue Pig Tavern in Cape May. 

  • November 29 - December 31: Winter Wonderland Weekend. Begin by having breakfast with Santa at Congress Hall Seaside Resort. Guest can have breakfast with Santa and take in carolers over a cup of hot cocoa during the Winter Wonderland concert series. 

Chesapeake Bay Thanksgiving Events


November 3: Virginia Thanksgiving Festival at the Berkeley Plantation. Join in and celebrate the first English Speaking Thanksgiving in the New World. Celebrate the day that is dedicated to history, food, and fun with the tours of the 1726 manor house, a living history program, tribal dancers, arts, craft vendors, music, a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, a reenactment and so much more.


  • November 10: Gambrills' Cranksgiving. Cranksgiving is an event which combines bike riding and giving back to the community! It is a scavenger hunt/food drive which sends teams of riders across Baltimore to collect food to benefit Moveable Feast.

  • November 24 - January 1: Lights on the Bay at Sandy Point State Park. This event features a two-mile scenic drive along the Chesapeake Bay with approximately 70 animated and stationary displays illuminating the roadway!

  • November 30: Eastport Yacht Club in Annapolis is hosting the 2019 Leftover Bowl Regatta. 

  • November 30: All are welcome at the Maryland Yacht Club to watch or join in the Boat Parade of Lights. The pre-show festivities kick off at the Broken Oar restaurant at 3PM and the parade will commence at 5PM. 

The Carolinas Thanksgiving Events

North Carolina

  • November 23: The 24th Annual American Indian Heritage Celebration in Raleigh. Musicians, dancers, artists, storytellers, and authors will gather for this popular family event to give people the opportunity to learn about the North Carolina American Indian culture!

  • November 28: The Carolina's Thanksgiving Parade in Charlotte. There will be over 120 bands, floats and drill teams from both North and South Carolina. 

  • November 22 - January 12: The North Carolina Chinese Lantern Festival takes place at Cary’s Booth Amphitheatre. It is about a ½ mile walk in total and fun for the whole family.

  • November 30: The 36th Annual North Carolina Holiday Flotilla at Wrightsville Beach. The holiday flotilla will showcase festively decorated boats on the Intracoastal Waterway. Stick around afterward as fireworks will illuminate the sky at nightfall.

South Carolina

Thanksgiving is a big day on Kiawah Island – more than 40,000 visitors descend over the weekend. Highlights include the Thanksgiving Feast buffet in the Sanctuary ballroom, Pumpkin Hockey, an early-morning 5K Turkey Trot fun run, and family sand sculpting. The weekend concludes with the annual Party in the Park, featuring low-country food and drinks, face painting, games, and live music. The morning after Thanksgiving, Santa arrives for a tree lighting ceremony, with extras like cookie and ornament decorating on offer. Stay at nearby Bohicket Marina!

  • November 21: Holiday Lights on the River is taking place in Columbia. Enjoy the Midlands largest drive-through lights display!

  • November 28: The 42nd Annual Turkey Day Run & Gobble Wobble 5K in Charleston. The 5K will have a post-race party with food, beverages, live music, a children’s fun run and lots of other activities.

  • November 28: The South Carolina Yacht Club will be hosting a Thanksgiving buffet dinner. Reserve your slip at the Windmill Harbour Marina in Hilton Head and head next door to the South Carolina Yacht Club for dinner!  

  • November 28: Tie up and stay at the Charleston Harbor Restort & Marina and enjoy a special Thanksgiving lunch and dinner feast. 

  • November 30: The 32nd Intracoastal Christmas Regatta is a traditional holiday kickoff at the Little River Inlet. To enter your boat in the parade check out the application! Don’t want to enter your boat? Several restaurants along the parade route plan special menus and events so there is fun for everyone. 

Florida & The Keys Thanksgiving Events

  • November 23: The Annual Festival of Trees. This event shows off beautifully adorned trees of all sizes, wreaths and other decorative items to make your home festive for the start of the holiday season.

  • November 18 - January 1: The Space Coast Lightfest. More than 2.7 million twinkling holiday lights will ignite the night sky at Wickham Park in Melbourne.

  • November 30: Shop Small Sip & Stroll. If you're thinking of a way to give back this Thanksgiving, shop small! On Saturday, spend the day sipping & strolling while shopping small in downtown Cocoa Village where the shops will carry unique holiday gifts for every person in your family.

  • December 1: The Space Coast Marathon & Half MarathonReserve a slip at BG Bayside Marina in Melbourne for a few more days.

  • November 30-31: The 20th Downtown Delray Beach Thanksgiving Weekend Art Fest. Enjoy beautiful pieces of artwork with those you are most thankful for. 

Inland Waterways Thanksgiving Events


  • November 28: Boaters on Lake Mendota can enjoy a Thanksgiving meal at The Edgewater in more than one way. Enjoy a Thanksgiving brunch buffet or a four-course prix fixe dinner. 

  • November 29: The 6th annual Christmas tree-lighting ceremony on Lake Mendota takes place the day after Thanksgiving. 


Chattanooga will also be serving up some turkey day fun. Tie up at Erwin Marine Riverfront and check out the Bluff View Art District

The Islands Thanksgiving Events

The British Virgin Islands

  • November 28: If you’re looking for a Thanksgiving feast with a big of a Caribbean twist look no further than Foxys! 

  • November 30 - December 1: The Anegada Lobster CrawlEat, drink and be thankful.

  • December 4 - 9: The 2019 Manuka Doctor Necker Cup. Grab your family and head over to watch some tennis this holiday season. The Necker Cup is a 6 day, 5 night all-inclusive world-class Pro-Am Tennis Event. 

The Bahamas

  • November 28: For a traditional family Thanksgiving Potluck Dinner check out the Great Harbour Cay Marina with your family & loved ones.  

  • November 28: The Valentines Resort and Marina will be hosting a festive Thanksgiving event at the marina. 

  • November 28: Treasure Cay Marina in Abaco, Bahamas is hosting a Thanksgiving turkey dinner and holiday activities. 

West Coast Thanksgiving Events


  • November 23-25: Turkey Day Regatta is taking place at Alamitos Bay Yacht Club in Long Beach. 

  • November 23-24: The Ritz-Carlton Stand Up Paddle & Surfing Santa Competition. Competitors dress like Santa or other holiday characters and surf the waves at Salt Creek Beach. 

    November 24: The Intra Club Drumstick Race at Del Rey Yacht Club in Marina Del Rey.

  • November 28: Free Garden Day. Visit the 55-acre San Francisco Botanical Garden at Golden Gate Park. 

  • November 28: Join thousands of runners and walkers for the annual Turkey Trot Los Angeles. Everyone is welcome to join or cheer the runners/walkers on! 

  • November 28: Take the stress out of Thanksgiving and treat yourself, your family or your loved ones to a day at the Aquarium of the Pacific. Join in on gobbling with the sea otters and the entire Aquarium family on Thanksgiving. Enjoy a full Thanksgiving buffet-style lunch at the Aquarium from 11 AM - 3 PM! 

  • November 29-30: The Blue Water Resort & Casino’s 73rd Annual Thanksgiving Regatta

  • November 29: Union Square Tree Lighting. The lightening begins at 6 PM with singers, a chorus, a gospel choir, visits from Snoopy and Santa! 

  • November 29-30: The San Rafael Parade of Lights and Winter Wonderland. This includes snow sledding, arts and crafts, live entertainment, children's activities, and a tree lighting. 

  • December 1: The Hollywood Christmas Parade. Starting at 5 PM giant balloons, floats, costumed characters, bands, equestrians, and celebrities will be at the Christmas Parade!


  • November 21-24: Seattle Turkish Film Festival. This is the 6th Short Film Competition. Bring your family to see some feature-length films and short films and vote on your favorite! 

  • November 23 - December 4: Festival of Trees. There are multiple events happening during this week all taking place at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel. The tree display in the lobby and driveway will take place the entire time at the hotel as well. 

    • November 23: The Festival of Trees Gala Dinner. This is a Black Tie event. 

    • November 24: Festival of Trees Celebration. This is a family-friendly event & has free admission. 

    • November 29 - December 26: Teddy Bear Suite. Visit the suite that is decorated in teddy bears along with elegant Christmas decorations. 

  • November 17: Green Lake Gobble & Mashed Potato Munch Off. This is a 5K or 10K run or walk that takes place on the partially closed road around Green Lake. There will be a post-race beer garden and mashed-potato-eating contest! This will be fun for the whole family. 

  • November 23-24: Julefest. The Julefest brings Christmas to the Nordic Heritage Museum in Ballard, with Scandinavian food, craft booths, fiddlers, folk dancers, a beverage garden, and access to the museum. 

  • November 28: Thanksgiving run or walk. Happening in these cities: 

  • November 29: The 29th Macy's Holiday Parade in Seattle. See marching bands, costumed characters, floats, and Santa Claus. 


  • November 9: Seaside Downtown Fall Wine Walk. Taste wine in local shops for a small fee.

  • November 25 - January 5: A Very Portland Christmas. Walk through Pittock Mansion when it is decorated for the holidays by professional designers and volunteers. This year, the theme is Wonderful World of Books. Get your tickets here

  • November 27: Turkey Trot Run/Walk 5K. Be the first to see the lights at Portland International Raceway. This race will take you on a holiday-themed journey through the lights of the Sunshine Division Winter Wonderland. 

  • November 29: The 35th Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony. Taking place in Pioneer Courthouse Square the day after Thanksgiving. Celebrate the lighting of the spectacular 75-foot Douglas-fir tree! 

  • November 29 - December 1: Tine Country Thanksgiving. Willamette Valley wineries have events and special offers happening during this fall weekend. 

  • November 29 - December 1 and December 6-8: America's Largest Christmas Bazaar. There will be 400 booths of unique handcrafted items plus 500 booths of commercial holiday products at the Portland Expo Center. Open on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays! 

Happy Thanksgiving from the team at Pontoon-Depot.

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    Nightmare on Pontoon Street | Pontoon Brewing in GA

    Nightmare on Pontoon Street | Pontoon Brewing in GA

    By: EventBrite

    Date And Time

    Sat, Nov 2, 2019, 8:30 PM –Sun, Nov 3, 2019, 1:30 AM EDT


    Pontoon Brewing Company 8601 Dunwoody Place #Suite 500 Sandy Springs, GA 30350

    Something's brewing on "Pontoon Street" this Halloween. All you can drink beer, costume contests, food truck and more! 21+

    About this Event

    Something's brewing on "Pontoon Street" this Halloween. Pontoon Brewing's first all you can drink Halloween Bash!

     What awaits you:

    • Open bar with your pick of Pontoon favorites
    • Live DJ
    • Costume contests
    • Brainfood Grilled Cheese Food Truck on site all night
    • Free parking at the venue but don't drink and drive. If you take a Lyft to the brewery, you will receive 50% off your ride home

    Come in your best costume for a chance to win some prizes!

    Best Overall Costume: $250 Cash Prize

    Scariest Costume: $25 Pontoon Gift Certificate

    Funniest Costume: $25 Pontoon Gift Certificate

    Best Couple Costume: $50 Pontoon Gift Certificate

    Tickets go on sale on Friday the 13th, September 13th, at 10:00AM. Limited early bird and online sales available so make sure you get to be part of this spooky evening!

    General Admission, Group Discount: $18 per person, group of 5+

    9/13 @ 10:00 AM - 10/31 @ 11:59 PM

    General Admission, Early-bird: $25

    9/13 @ 10:00 AM - 10/4 @ 11:59PM

    General Admission: $30

    10/5 @ 12:00 AM - 10/31 @ 11:59 PM

    Designated Driver: $5

    9/13 @ 10:00 AM - 10/31 @ 11:59

    Door General Admission: $35

    *limited online tickets will be available*

    We'll have some of your favorite beers along with some spooky specials available all night. Brainfood Grilled Cheese Food Truck will be selling delicious themed sandwiches all night (not included with ticket).

    Costumes recommended.

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