• Saturday, March 7th 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Outer Banks History and decadent dining seamlessly combine at this unique event that features thrilling stories from the coastline’s past with a multiple-course dinner that will leave all hungry attendees satisfied. Held at the historic and wholly unique No. 5 Life-Saving Station at the Sanderling Resort in Duck, this fun evening presents stories about the heroes of the Outer Banks, as well as a tasty introduction to the Outer Banks’ culinary past, present, and future.

The Keeper's Table dinner features a special presentation by historian, author, and famed local writer James Chalet, who is known for both his wonderful interpretive presentations of OBX history, as well as his literary contributions to acclaimed local publications like the Island Free Press on Hatteras Island. Keeper James will share the history of the U.S. Life-saving Service from 1871-1915, (now the U.S. Coast Guard), as well as tales of their heroic rescues right here along the Outer Banks, while diners enjoy a period four-course dinner at the Sanderling Resort. The cost for the four-course meal and corresponding presentation begins at $35 per person, and this unique event is a must for anyone who wants to combine a sumptuous meal with a new perspective on the Outer Banks’ centuries-old roots.