June 16, 2018: Join us for the best party in town and it's all for charity!

The 2018 Event

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The Lobster Feed, a joint fundraiser by Lake Oswego Rotary and Lakewood Center for the Arts, now in its 34th year, is a fundraiser that has raised more than $3.5 million dollars to benefit non-profit organizations, community projects, the arts and humanitarian needs in our community, state, and the world!

Two significant non-profits band together to raise funds for multiple needs. Between the two organizations, more than 300 people work to make the event a success. THANK YOU for helping make it possible!

More than 600 people come each year to support this event.TABLE SALES ARE AVAILABLE NOW!

 Single Tickets now on sale! Mark your calendar for Saturday, June 16, 2018 under the big top tent at Lakewood Center for the Arts, 368 S. State Street in Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034.

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Special thanks to our title sponsors,

Umpqua Investments and Umpqua Private Bank.

Saturday, June 16, 2018
Cocktails and Silent Auction: 5:00 PM
Lobster Feed & Clambake: 6:45 PM
Oral Auction: 7:45 PM
Ticket Sales are available NOW!
Your early reservation guarantees you a seat at this popular event!
Dress: Casual dressy attire. The theme for 2018 is Tommy Bahama Night!

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Special thanks to our Title Wine Sponosor
Chehalem Winery

A portion of the proceeds helps to support
Lakewood Center for the Arts
Arts education, theatre, visual arts, and cultural programs that reach more than 100,000 people annually.

Rotary Charities including:
Hunger Fighters of Oregon

Started by a Lake Oswego High School Freshman, Hunger Fighters assists local families who are in need of food and assistance.

CASA of Clackamas County
Court Appointed Special Advocates: Rotary has long supported CASA and the work they do for children.

Lake Oswego Reads
We are proud to help support this unique local reading experience.

Shelter Box
From Houston to all around the world, Shelter Box delivers immediate shelter relief to people who experience natural disaster.

SASEE
Service Above Self: Educational Excellence is a Lake Oswego Rotary program that supports students, teachers and volunteers in Lake Oswego.

Framework International
One of our paddle raise beneficiaries this year, Framework International helps build schools in Africa, giving children a chance to realize
their dreams.