Outer Cape Health Services Announces Ninth Annual Lobsterfest at Pilgrim Monument

“Moulin Rouge” Themed Gala to Benefit Health Center Operations
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Outer Cape Health Services (OCHS) is pleased to announce that tickets are now on sale for this year’s Ninth Annual Lobsterfest benefit. The charity gala takes place Saturday, August 24 on the lawn of the Pilgrim Monument and Museum in Provincetown from 4pm to 7pm. The 2019 “Moulin Rouge” theme will feature a harbor-view cocktail reception, sumptuous French-influenced lobster feast, silent and live auctions, and special entertainment from Miss Richfield 1981 and the Peregrine Theatre Ensemble.

Nationally-known auctioneer and stand-up comic Zan Aufderheide will serve as the event emcee and live auction auctioneer. Auction items include a Moulin Rouge Broadway adventure package, fine art, dining experiences and a Fund-a-Need for upgrades to the OCHS Provincetown health center.

Led by a volunteer planning committee, the annual Lobsterfest gala generates essential funding for OCHS operations. OCHS operates community health centers in Provincetown, Wellfleet and Harwich Port and is the only healthcare provider from Eastham to Provincetown.

Event tickets are $225 per person, with discount tables of 10 available. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. For ticket and sponsor information, visit www.outercape.org/events or contact the OCHS Development staff at 508-905-2850 or [email protected].

Major event sponsors to date include: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Cape Cod Healthcare, Eastward Companies, Budget Blinds of Mid and Outer Cape Cod, Cross Insurance, Foley & Foley PC, Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers, Moby Dick's Restaurant, Archstone Law Group P.C., BDO USA, Coastal Engineering Company, The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod, DBVW Architects, Delphi Construction, Dowling & O'Neil Insurance Agency, Infinitt North America, Pariseault Builders, Nauset Disposal, and The Residences at Seashore Point and Seashore Point Wellness & Rehabilitation Center.

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