Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Why the "Tie Dye Fish Fry"?
What's in a name? This infamous question posed by a star-struck lover has been raised at Plantation Resort as well. Why call it the "Tie Dye Fish Fry"? Why not just the "Fish Fry"? Because Juliet had it wrong. A name is not artifical and meaningless, but has the potential to portray the essence of the person, object, or in this case, event. You see, the fish fry at Plantation Resort is more than just a dinner where fried fish and french fries are served. It is an event that includes not only a traditional, homecooked, southern meal, but live music provided by Hawaiian Breeze to set the tone for a night of fun and excitedment at the outdoor pool. After you've savoured your dessert, jump up and dance to the music. Take a dip in the pool to cool off, and then sing along to the band. Feeling brave? Show us your moves in a dance contest. It's sure to be an evening of fun for the whole family. Now how do we portray all of that to our guests by merely calling it the "Fish Fry"? What represents fun and carefree nights better than the bright, eccentric mix of colors in tie-dye that automatically takes you back to the summer nights of your youth? Want to wear your own tie-dye shirt to the event? Join us Wednesday afternoon at the Activity Center to create your own tie-dye master piece. What's in a name? Everything.