One SAFE Place (OSP) has announced that tickets to its iconic 33rd Annual Crab Feed go on sale as of December 1st.  So get out your “shellphones” or scuttle down to One Safe Place to purchase tickets.

“This is one of the most popular fundraising events in the North State,” said Executive Director Angela Jones.  “And, reserved tables or individual tickets make a great Christmas gift.”

On Saturday, February 1, 2020, One SAFE Place’s 33rd Annual Crab Feed will transform the Shasta District Fairgrounds Lassen Hall into one of the largest parties in Northern California with 1,200 hungry crab cracking participants.  The event will feature fresh succulent all-you-can eat Dungeness Crab, locally made fresh French bread, the Anderson Rotary’s world famous homemade clam chowder, salad, dessert, and coffee, along with a no-host bar including beer, wine, soda and freshly blended margaritas! The fun-filled event will also play host to a live auction, Dutch raffle and the ever-popular crab servers’ Conga parade.

Tickets are on sale for the biggest and best All-You-Can-Eat Crab Feed in town and reserved seating is limited.  Those interested can retain their very own “Table for Eight” which includes 8 premier reserved seats, 8 custom wine glasses, 4 bottles of fine wine and 8 crab crackers, all for just $600.00. Individual tickets are on sale for $50.00 each and can be purchased online by clicking on the “Events” tab at www.OSPShasta.org or at OSP’s Sierra Center at 2250 Benton Drive.

For donation, volunteer, or sponsorship information please call Event Manager, Faith Hornby at 244-0118 x 223.

About One Safe Place
The vision of One SAFE Place is a community free of domestic and sexual abuse, and we work to provide intervention and safety to those affected by domestic and sexual abuse.  One Safe Place offers emergency shelter and co-locates a variety of other services at our Client Service Center through a multi-disciplinary team of professionals, offering help for victims of all forms of family violence, child abuse and elder abuse.