Put on your party shoes, mark your calendars for September 26th, and come celebrate San Francisco Bay and the magic of life on the bay. Save the Bay is throwing a sure-to-be-fun party at the Presidio’s Golden Gate Club, overlooking the water.
Watch the sun go down as you mingle with other environmentally minded friends and cohorts in the middle of San Francisco’s own national park, a former military base steeped in history.
There’ll be live music by a jazz band, and a variety of gourmet beverages plus hors d’hoeuvres provided by Jane Hammond Events.
Don’t miss the opportunity to meet environmental historian Matthew Morse Booker whose book Down by the Bay: San Francisco’s History Between the Tides has just been published to rave reviews.
Additionally, there’ll be a treasure trove of silent auction items. You can count on a panoply of numerous restaurant options, weekend getaways, sailing classes and kayak tours to choose from.
Look ahead. Talk it up. Buy tickets and bring friends.
— Molly Hooper, Event Host Committee Co-chair
Molly Hooper has been a member of Save The Bay since 2005. Molly and her husband John run Oz Farm which is managed as a sustainable working forest as well as an organic farm and retreat center. Molly is passionate about protecting and restoring San Francisco Bay especially in the light of threats from sea level rise due to climate change.