Did you know that 73 million sharks are killed each year for the shark fin trade? And did you know that one of the most effective ways to protect sharks is to eliminate the market for fins by prohibiting their sale?
Come paddle one of the most gorgeous stretches of coastline in Southern California with REI and a naturalist from Heal the Bay. On this scenic ocean tour of Palos Verdes you will experience warm sunny coves, craggy headlands, views of Catalina Island and forests of giant kelp teeming with sea life. You will have the chance to see dolphins, seals, pelicans, bright orange garibaldi and several other marine animals. Palos Verdes has been designated as a Marine Protected Area, ensuring the continued health of this important part of our marine ecosystem.
Come be the judge as your favorite local breweries (El Segundo, Monkish, The Dudes, Smog City, Strand, and Abigaile) battle it out in an epic battle of chili-making mastery! There will also be a raffle.
All proceeds from both will be donated to Heal the Bay.
Heal the Bay Partner Artist Erik Abel will be showing a variety of his ocean-inspired original paintings and prints at Nikau Kai Waterman Shop in Manhattan Beach. Please join us to celebrate at the Opening Reception on Friday, June 28, from 6-9pm at Nikau Kai on the corner of 13th & Highland.
Clean up Manhattan Beach on June 22, 2013, then try the brand-new Heal the Bay IPA by Golden Road Brewing on draft at Simmzy's Manhattan Beach! Simmzy's and Golden Road will donate $20 from every keg to Heal the Bay.
Electro and '80s collide at a benefit for Heal the Bay! American Junkie throws the "Fundrager 2080's Party" with DJ Ty D (Top 40 Side) and Serifin (House Side).
100% of proceeds from the $5 Bay-Bombers (vodka, sweet and sour, blue curacao, a splash of pineapple juice and Red Bull) from May 20-24 goes to Heal the Bay, as well as suggested donations from the door.