OCTOBER | Surfrider Foundation

We are proud to be a part of this year’s 3rd Annual Off The Hook Seafood Festival taking place on Santa Monica Pier, October 14th! This will be the first 100% sustainable festival and our very own Dawn Garcia will be emceeing and judging the famed Oyster Shucking Competition! All of the details are below …

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Our mission is to offer a fun, foodie fundraising event that celebrates our beloved sea creatures, chefs, fishermen and ecosystems, and preserve our world’s oceans.

 
Capital One Presents…

 

3rd Annual OFF THE HOOK Seafood Festival Returns to the 
Santa Monica Pier Saturday, October 14, 2017 

 

This Year’s Festival Benefits the Surfrider Foundation
Los Angeles and is 100% Sustainable!

 

Featuring Seafood Tastings from the Westside’s Best Restaurants and Chefs and a Sustainable Seafood VIP Lounge presented by Capital One Café and Santa Monica Seafood

 

(SANTA MONICA; September 26, 2017) – OFF THE HOOK Seafood Festival splashes onto the historic Santa Monica Pier in celebration of National Seafood Month on Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017 from 4-7 p.m. Presented by Capital One, the 3rd annual seafood tasting event features chefs from around the Westside showcasing their favorite underwater ingredients. Attendees will enjoy food and drink tastings from restaurants such as Herringbone, Tar & Roses, FIG, Sushi Roku and The Lobster, beer and wine gardens, live music, games, an oyster shucking competition and more, all while helping to raise funds and awareness for the Surfrider Foundation Los Angeles Chapter. 
 

What We’re Raising Money For

Our Coast at Risk

California’s 1,100 miles of coastline are revered around the world, bringing more than a million visitors per year to the Golden State’s shores to marvel at our surf, wonder at our wildlife and revel in our iconic sunsets. That our coastline remains accessible to all is thanks to over 40 years of Coastal Act enforcement. Whether or not California’s coast remains public and protected rests in the hands of 12 people: California’s Coastal Commissioners.

Want to know how those Commissioners are doing at protecting our coast? Check out the ActCoastal accountability project, which tracks how Commissioners vote on items of exceptional concern each month and produces an annual evaluation of each Commissioner, as well as pressing issues facing our state’s coast.

Protect & Enjoy | ABOUT Surfrider Foundation

We ensure clean water, healthy ocean and coastlines and accessible beaches for all to enjoy by finding lasting solutions to the threats our ocean faces.

Transforming passion into protection

Surfriders focus is 100% on protecting and preserving our ocean, beaches & waves. The Surfrider Foundation has a proven model for success—a playbook and a team—that transforms passion into protection. We continue to leverage that model within our network of chapters and clubs. We ensure beaches are accessible, keep our water clean, protect our ocean, preserve our coasts and keep plastic from polluting our waterways.

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