Party & Beach Benefit Bash!
May 30 – Homer Spit
In 1995, a group of concerned Alaskans came together to fight the abuses they saw unfolding in Cook Inlet, and they formed Cook Inletkeeper to do something about it. 15 years later, Cook Inletkeeper has an impressive string of victories under its belt, and continues to play a leading role in shaping conservation decisions throughout Alaska.
Bring your family, friends and neighbors to Cook Inletkeeper’s Anniversary Party & Beach Benefit Bash! Sunday, May 30, 4:00-10:00 PM at the Oyster Building on the Homer Spit (across from the Fishing Hole). Featuring three live bands, oyster bar, seafood chowder from The Saltry and Alaska Ridgetop Inn, grilled halibut cheeks from Kachemak Bay Seafoods and the Fish Factory, beer from the Homer Brewing Company, Mead from Ring of Fire Meadery and much, much more! And don’t miss your chance to ride the BUCKING SALMON (think mechanical bull, without the horns)!
Free admission; food and drinks available for nominal charge. Come join the best Memorial Day Weekend party on the Southern Kenai Peninsula with Cook Inletkeeper and support clean water and healthy salmon!
For more info, contact Joan at 907.235.4068 x21 or firstname.lastname@example.org.