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CleanWaterFest: Toasting 40 Years of the Clean Water Act
Saturday, October 20, 2012 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (PDT)
Orange County Coastkeeper invites you to join us and raise a glass in celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Clean Water Act. The Clean Water Act has been a fundamental part of improving the quality and health of creeks, rivers, and coastal waters by stopping billions of pounds of contamination from polluters. In honor of this historic event, Orange County Coastkeeper invites you to come and enjoy craft beer, live music and mingle with some of Orange County’s most celebrated environmental advocates, philanthropists, and business leaders.
WHAT: A fundraising event benefiting Orange County Coastkeeper in their ongoing efforts to protect and preserve the marine habitats and watersheds of Orange County. Event admission includes ten 5 oz. tasters of beer from microbreweries around the region. Food will be available for purchase, including a large outdoor BBQ. There will also be raffles and giveaways. 82 cents of every dollar raised at this event goes directly to our effecient, high-impact environmental programs.
WHEN: Saturday, October 20, 2012 from 2-5 p.m. coinciding with Oktoberfest festivities around the world!
WHERE: Anthill Pub & Grille on the UC Irvine Campus. View detailed directions here.
WHO: You, along with 300+ guests, and the following breweries: Ballast Point, Beachwood, Bootlegger’s Brewery, Cismontane, Eagle Rock, Hangar 24, Haven Brewing, Ironfire Brewing, Karl Strauss, Lagunitas, Left Coast, Lost Coast, Manzanita Brewing, Noble Ale Works, Pizza Port, Speakeasy, Stone, Paulaner Oktoberfest
RSVP: RSVPs will be made through Eventbrite or call (714) 850-1965. In order to reduce paper consumption, there will be no physical tickets, but attendees will appear on our guest list at the door.
Thank you for your commitment to swimmable, drinkable, fishable waters for all of Orange County.