Oysters 101 at Precious Oysters in Norwalk

Precious Oysters 230 East Avenue, Norwalk

Join us for the first of our Oysters 101 series at our new location! In this interactive, hands-on class, we'll begin with a lecture on how they grow, what they eat, where pearls come from, and so much more. Then we'll try our hand at shucking - you'll even get to take home your very own oyster knife! Whether you're a seasoned connoisseur or a curious newcomer, everyone will leave having learned something new. Each ticket includes: 6 local oysters Oyster shucking knife Lecture and personal shucking lesson BYOB - Feel free to bring your favorite wine or beer to pair with your oysters! (byoglasses too) Tickets


New Connecticut Oyster Trail Map and Documentary Film

On Wednesday, May 15, Governor Ned Lamont announced the launch of Connecticut’s first-ever oyster trail, accompanied by the premiere of the new short-form documentary, Rising Tide to Table, which celebrates the state’s thriving oyster industry, from farm to fork. The Connecticut Oyster Trail meticulously maps out the diverse array of oyster farms and culinary destinations statewide, encourages residents and visitors alike to savor the local flavor of Connecticut's acclaimed oysters.   For more information

 Norwalk Seaport Association’s Fundraiser: Docktails and Oysters

Norm Bloom and Sons 7 Edgewater Place, Norwalk

The Norwalk Seaport Association’s signature event, Docktails and Oysters, hosted by Norm Bloom and Sons, a fourth-generation oyster farm in Norwalk, is taking place on Saturday, June 8, 2024, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The proceeds from this sell out event will be used in refurbishing the lighthouse to its golden years in the 19th century when it guided ships safely through Norwalk Harbor. This Sheffield Island-inspired party is casual and fun where you will see old friends and make new ones as you listen to live music, sip beer or wine, and slurp the freshest oysters you will ever taste! “It’s a chance for people to celebrate the Seaport Association’s mission of preserving the Sheffield Island Lighthouse for future generations and have a little fun at an authentic oyster farm,” said Mike Reilly, President of the Seaport Association. For more information