SAVE THE DATE!
Point Reyes National Seashore Association invites you to join us for our annual Dinner on the Pacific Plate; a fundraiser and celebration of our beloved park!
Join us for a day of exploration, fun and time with friends, new and old, who love Point Reyes National Seashore. Tickets are $200 and sponsorships are available at a variety of levels. Dinner on the Pacific Plate guests include 300 Bay Area park enthusiasts, naturalists, and park staff. The festive day begins with a choice of hikes, walks or lectures focused on the superlatives of our local national park and led by naturalists and park rangers. After working up an appetite, the party begins with music, cocktails, and hors d’oeuvres prepared by local chefs and served under the trees at Bear Valley. Guests then gather under the shelter of our generous tent for a delicious gourmet trail dinner.
Dinner on the Pacific Plate also includes auction components, both live at the event and online, featuring a variety of donated offerings such as a park adventure package of accommodations, meals and a naturalist‐ or park staff‐led discovery.
The 2017 online auction will run from September 21st through October 11th; for more information visit www.ptreyes.org and click on "Dinner on the Pacific Plate." To donate to either the live or online auction, click HERE or contact Marc Matheson at 415-663-1200, ext. 310 or by email at email@example.com.
Point Reyes National Seashore Association (PRNSA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and our Federal Tax-ID is 94-2228894.
Funds from Dinner on the Pacific Plate support habitat and trail restoration, wildlife and endangered species protection, volunteer programs, environmental education programs for people of all ages, and scholarships that allow over 2,000 underserved children to experience Point Reyes. Public support is more important than ever to ensure that Point Reyes National Seashore is protected, preserved, and enjoyed now and far into the future.
This year's theme "Better Together" is emblematic of the times, as America enters the second century of the National Park Service amid uncertain federal funding. With the help of our community we will continue to be able to protect, preserve and share this inspired landscape.
Zoe & Terry Coddington
Anaviv Catering & Events
Preston Farm and Winery
Small Blue Planet Events
Thank you to our 2017 Cocktail Reception Sponsors!
Hog Island Oyster Co.
Inverness Park Market
Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Co.
Saltwater Oyster Depot
Sol Food Restaurant
Thank you to our 2017 auction donors!
2 Mile Surf Shop
Nick Allen/within waves
Sarah Allen, PhD, Science Program Lead, National Park Service
Carlo Arreglo, Division of Interpretation and Resource Education, Point Reyes National Seashore, NPS
Asian Art Museum
Bette's Oceanview Diner
Blue Waters Kayaking
Building Supply & Hardware
Claremont Club & Spa, A Fairmont Hotel
Cottage Inn & Spa
John A. Dell'Osso, Chief of Interpretation and Resource Education, NPS
Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco
Freestone Artisan Cheese
Green Music Center
D.H. Gustafson Family Vineyards
Paul Hawken / Project Drawdown
Bill Helsel Photography
KWMR, West Marin Community Radio
Marconi Conference Center
Marin Nature Adventures
Marin Sun Farms
Lorraine Parsons, Vegetation/Wetland Ecologist, NPS
Petaluma Seed Bank
The Poet's Loft at Marshall
Point Reyes Country Inn & Cottages
Point Reyes Station Historic Walking Tours
Carlos Porrata Nature Photography
St. Columba's Episcopal Church & Retreat House
St. George Spirits
San Francisco Giants
San Francisco Opera
David Schifsky, Chief Ranger, NPS
Emmanuel and Gwen Serriere
Sol Food Restaurant
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
Philip Straub, Morgan Horse Ranch Manager, NPS
The Drawing Board
The Wild Pear Co.
Toby's Coffee Bar
Tree Frog Treks
West Marin Physical Therapy
Yoga Toes Studio