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Sea Monsters Ball
Nov 3, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - Nov 4, 2017 @ 12:00 am
The Ocean Legacy Foundation presents: Sea Monsters Ball!
Wear your Sea Monster Costume and Dance to the Beats of MonkeyDragon: A Collaborative Project of Adham Shaikh and Buckman Coe!
This event is a fundraiser to help us clean-up areas of remote coastline on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. We have collected more then 40 tonnes of marine debris and driftage material since 2014!
Get your feet moving and your soul singing while you enjoy delicious plant based appys provided by Plant Based Chef Extraordinaire Dee Dimla and Andrew Nadwodny, Head Chef at The Ocean Legacy Foundation.
Additional music feature is Chronfused!
A poet, perfomance artist and, odd ball of the highest caliber. Specializing in spoken word, vocal looping, collaborative improv, and silly magic
http://www.facebook.com/bechronfused or http://www.soundcloud.com/chronfused
Bid in the silent auction and have lots of Fun!
Some items include:
Artwork by Charles-Antoine Vallieres
Floral arrangement by Billies Flowers
Large Slab Of Chocolate by XOCO Chocolate Squamish http://www.xoco.ca/about-us/
Gillespies Fine Spirits Squamish – http://gillespiesfinespirits.com/
Be Clean Naturally- $50 Gift basket of natural productshttps://www.becleannaturally.ca/
MahaDevi design- mahadevidesign.com
2-$100 gift cards and 3-$50 gift cards
Brand new live project of Juno and Emmy nominated composer Adham Shaikh and Soul Reggae Warrior Buckman Coe with the Tremendously Towering Trombones of Andy Cakes.
The Musical navigations of these interstellar dubsters explores the global sounds of Dub Funk Ska and Electronica and the Intersections of Culture, Contemporary Social Issues and the Ancestors Vibrations.
There will be alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks for sale.
Event is 18 yrs+.
Tickets at Eventbrite from $40
Ocean Legacy Foundation is an international non-profit organization which utilizes spatial mapping, education and research, clean-up expeditions and plastic to fuel technologies to develop the world leading Marine Debris Solution Centre. This dynamic and integrative approach combines sustainable technologies with education and skills training to give all plastic wastes economic value and communities the long-term tools they need to steward their environment.
For further details on The Ocean Legacy Foundation, please check the site: