“LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL” AT THE CASINO at Pamlico Jack’s Saturday, February 27, 2016 Cash Bar 5:30 Dinner and Entertainment 7 pm to 9:30 pm


Join Elizabeth R and Company for a rollicking

 evening at their Annual Fundraiser for

Outer Banks Arts and Education.


Tickets include Dinner, Wine, Beer,

Show and Dancing

Single Patron Ticket $120

Benefactor – Front Table of Six $1200

RSVP required

Elizabeth R & Company

P O Box 1718

Manteo, NC 27954 or 252-473-1061





 Pear and Grape Salad on Greens with

Champagne Vinaigrette

 Pan Seared Scallops with Grilled Butternut Squash Puree and Crispy Leeks

 Miniature Chicken Cordon Bleu


 Hardwood Grilled Tamarind Flank Steak Skewers with Potato Gnocchi and Winter Greens

Bananas Foster Bread Pudding



Herman Dumas…Liana dagmar…

Tshombe Selby…Graham Outten…

Roy Murray…Andrew Sanchez…


HRH Barbara Hird


Produced by Elizabeth R & Co.



                                             Music by Skip Hancock’s

                                           Gin & Tonic Philharmonic


Do you remember the “Dirty Boogie Dance”,  Stroll, Doug
Clark and the Hot Nuts, The Tams, Bill Deal, Fats Domino and last but not least Mr. Coats the ABC officer?

                                             You will hear them all

                           Bouncers will be on site for crowd control. 

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The Nags Head Casino was first a barracks in the early 1930s for the stonemasons who constructed the Wright Brothers National Memorial. The two-story building contained 13 bowling alleys, pool tables, games, and a snack bar downstairs. Upstairs was the dance floor and bar. The top-floor shutters were propped open with a stick so the summer breezes drifted in and the music wafted out. Owner “Ras” Wescott waxed and buffed the wooden dance floor every day and there was a policy against shoes. Patrons, including servicemen in uniform, dropped their shoes on the way upstairs and spent the rest of the evening gliding across the floor. The Casino was known for its “barefoot dancers.” At the Fats Domino show Fats changed the lyrics to “I Found My Thrill on Jockey’s Ridge.”

Some may remember the boxing matches on Wednesday nights, fights in the parking lot, night walks on Jockey’s Ridge and the beach after closing time. Also rowdy patrons jumping out windows to avoid the bouncers. Wescott turned away long-haired surfers because he did not like men with ponytails.  Miss Delnoy Burrus would cut off patrons ponytails in the as they waited in the ticket line.

Long ago it was where everyone wanted to be.