Oyster Rama

2018 Rama was on April 21st

Thank you to everyone who came to the Rama! We had a blast, and raised just about $20,000 for Hood Canal-area charities. See you next year!

The 2018 Oyster Rama was a Project of

The Marine Education and Science Society, Set & Drift MaricultureSouth Sound Mariculture, The Hood Canal Education Foundation, Hood Canal Kiwanis, Mason Fire District 17 Auxiliary, Rowan Jacobsen, Adrienne Anderson, Julie Qiu, Jenny Rush, Nick Dumergue, Will Piper, Dom Crisp, Jaret Foster, Mona Johnson, Andrew Wicklund, Jeff Wolfe, Dozfy, and all of us at Hama Hama Company, with help from:

With Donations From:

Pickled Fish Restaurant, R. Murphy Knife CompanyHendrick's Gin, and See See Motorcycle & Coffee Co together with:

And lots of hard work from:

Olympic Mountain Ice Cream, Port Townsend Vineyards, Eaglemount Wine and Cider, Lumos Wine, all of our shellfish partners, and: 

Celebrate the tideflats! Every year we welcome the public to our beach to learn about oysters, oyster farming, and life in the Hood Canal, aquatic and other. We call this beach ho-down the Hama Hama Oyster Rama. It's not the biggest party in the world, but it might be the biggest subtidal one!

The Rama features tours with intertidal ecologists and oyster growers, u-pick oysters and clams, an oyster-sports competition we call the Shuckathalon, a beer and wine garden, kid's activities, live music, and various delicious food options. Every year, the Rama benefits local Hood Canal charities.

Tickets are needed for everybody 16 and up (this means folks 15 and under get in free). Tickets get you into the event and entered into a raffle drawing. Food, drink, oysters and clams are available for purchase using $5 tokens. You can buy tokens ahead of time (highly recommended) or at the event for cash or credit.

2018 update: tickets launch April 1!