Flagler’s Folly Society hosts Hungry for History at Reefers Gastropub in Islamorada (MM 81.6). Join us for a historic happy hour followed by Keys History & Discovery Center Curator Brad Bertelli’s presentation Captain Ed and Fern Butters: A Love, Hurricane, Key Lime Pie Story. From a chance meeting in an Ohio train station to surviving the most powerful hurricane to strike North America, their love endured, as did Fern’s legendary Key lime pie. Hear the amazing story of Ed and Fern, as well as the history behind the building known today as Reefer’s Gastropub. We encourage you to stay for dinner after the presentation.
This is a free event for Flagler’s Folly Society (FFS) members, we just ask that you RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. For non-FFS members, entry to the event is a $20 donation per person to the Keys History & Discovery Center. You can pre-register and make your donation below or RSVP via email and pay at the door.
Flagler’s Folly Society is a young professionals membership group of the Keys History & Discovery Center whose purpose is to engage the next generation of leaders in the preservation and sharing of Upper Keys history. Flagler’s Folly Society hosts quarterly Hungry for History socials that offer a taste of history at some of our favorite local establishments and other events.
For more information about this event contact email@example.com or 305-922-2237.