SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2010
For an evening of friends, food and music
in celebration of the rich culture and history of the Gulf Coast.
At Hillside Gardens in Mill Valley
this event is a benefit for
THE GULF COAST FUND
All proceeds will support communities on the front-lines of the BP oil disaster and working for a just and sustainable Gulf Coast.
4:00 PANEL DISCUSSION AND DIALOGUE WITH GUEST SPEAKERS:
Latosha Brown, Director, Gulf Coast Fund (moderator)
Derrick Evans, Turkey Creek Community Initiatives and GCF Advisor
Tracy Kuhns, Barataria Shrimper, Bayoukeeper, and GCF Grantee
Rosina Philippe, Grand Bayou Shrimper, Community Elder of the Atakapa Tribe, and GCF Grantee
Gina Solomon, Senior Scientist, Natural Resources Defense Council
5:30 FOOD and DRINK
6:30 MUSICAL performance by Mark Growden and his S.F. Sextet
Tickets are $100 to purchase please click here
IF you would like to make a donation to the GCF and can not attend this event donations can be made online at the following link:
OR you can send a check made out to the Gulf Coast Fund to the following address:
RPA: Gulf Coast Fund
ATTN: Walter Sweet
6 West 48th St.
New York, NY 10036
Please dress warm and comfortably this event is going to be outside and high heels are not recommended.
For more information about the Gulf Coast Fund: www.gulfcoastfund.org
For more information about the panel speakers: www.gulfcoastfund.org/cf-benefit
For more information about Mark Growden: www.markgrowden.org
For more information about Savory Thymes: www.savorythymesevents.org