published Thursday, July 18th, 2013

Low Country shrimp boil benefits Lookout Mountain Conservancy — July 18

Rob Dillon braves the wind and the heights as he looks over the edge of Sunset Rock while visiting Lookout Mountain from Leadville, Co.
Rob Dillon braves the wind and the heights as he looks over the edge of Sunset Rock while visiting Lookout Mountain from Leadville, Co.
Photo by John Rawlston.

The Lookout Mountain Conservancy will host a "Hot Fun in the Summertime" Low Country shrimp boil from 6 to 10 tonight, July 18, at The Crash Pad hostel, 29 Johnson St.

The food will be prepared on-site by Miguel Morales from 1885 Grill in St. Elmo. Hot Damn and Three on a Trio will provide the entertainment

Tickets are $40 at the door. All proceeds benefit the conservancy, which helps protect Lookout Mountain's scenic, historic and ecological resources through conservation, advocacy, recreation and education.

Those who'd like to mix and mingle before the "Hot Fun" starts are invited to Shuptrine's Gold Leaf Designs, 2646 Broad St., from 4 to 6 p.m. today. Attendees may stop by for a beer or glass of wine and view the fine art.

For "Hot Fun" ticket information, call the conservancy at 423-648-8393 or visit LookoutMountainConservancy.org.

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