The Old Fish House Bar & Grill Annual Halloween Party

The Old Fish House Halloween costume party in Grant, Florida.
The Old Fish House Halloween costume party in Grant, Florida.

The Old Fish House Bar & Grill will be having their Annual Halloween Party on Saturday, October 26, 2019, from 8:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. with lots of great prizes.

Galaxy, a classic rock trio from Melbourne, will be performing at 8:00 p.m. They will be having costume contests, with lots of prizes. The contest will begin around 10:45 p.m.

Top three Prizes for Crowd Favorite judged by our special guest by applause.

First Crowd Favorite will receive – $1500 Grant House Weekend Getaway:

  • 2 Night-Stay @ The Grant House
  • An Inshore Fishing Trip
  • $200 Old Fish House Bucks
  • $200 Cash

Second Crowd Favorite will receive – $150 Night Out In Grant:

  • $75 Cash
  • $75 Old Fish House Bucks

Third Crowd Favorite will receive – $50 Night Out in Grant:

  • $25 Cash
  • $25 Old Fish House Bucks

Additionally, there will be prizes for silliest, sexiest, and most creative.

Raffle Prizes

Raffle prizes will include Old Fish House Bucks, Old Fish House Swag, and Cash Prizes.

Disclaimers:

Past or Present Employees of The Old Fish House Bar and Grill and workers associated with The Old Fish House Bar and Grill as well as their immediate family (spouse, partner, parents, siblings, and children) and household members of past or present employee are not eligible to enter the contest.

Employee Contest

There will be an employee contest costume contest for crowd favorite to be decided by a special guest around 11 p.m.

The Old Fish House is located at 5185 US Hwy 1 South (ICW Marker 35), in Grant.

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