Join Us on Saturday, October 10, 2020!
(details will change to match the current COVID-19 orders and guidance as we get closer to the event)
Our annual fundraiser, Dinner on the Pacific Plate, supports habitat and trail restoration, wildlife and endangered species protection, volunteer programs, environmental education programs for people of all ages, and scholarships that allow over 2,500 children connect to and understand the natural world.
This year we celebrate resilience. We are no stranger to adversity, from fires to national park shutdowns, but 2020 is different. Against the backdrop of a global pandemic, we are finding new ways to deliver our mission. We are finding new ways to connect with our youth, families, staff, instructors, park partners, and supporters. We are finding resilience in our organization and community. What gives us hope is that we are all in this together. And together, we will weather this challenge and possibly be together again this fall under the magical oak grove in Bear Valley. The oak trees, acorn woodpeckers, and quail are all waiting for us to emerge and find healing and comfort in their presence. With your ongoing support we will continue to protect and preserve biodiversity through education and conservation, and share this inspiring landscape with everyone.
DINNER ON THE PACIFIC PLATE
Saturday, October 10, 2020 Bear Valley Grove
Trail-Chic Attire: Warm Wraps and Flat Shoes
For directions, click HERE
HIKES, WALKS, AND TALKS
Led by park staff and local naturalists
2:00 - 4:00 pm
COCKTAILS AND HORS D'OEUVRES
4:30 - 6:00 pm
HAND-CRAFTED GOURMET DINNER AND LIVE AUCTION
Richard Pio Rhoda, Auctioneer
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Stay tuned to this page as we introduce information about our 2020 event, including ticket sales, our live auction, cocktail reception, and volunteer opportunities.
Interested in sponsoring this year's Dinner on the Pacific Plate?
to send in your sponsorship online.
Click HERE for a printable form that can be sent in by mail.
Point Reyes National Seashore Association (PRNSA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and our Federal Tax-ID is 94-2228894.
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