Nightmare At Gaviota’ Halloween Party and Fundraiser

Surfrider Benefit is at SOhO October 29

The “Nightmare at Gaviota” Halloween Party and Fundraiser at SOhO Restaurant & Music Club, featuring the reggae sounds of Makai, will bring together revelers and activists from all over Santa Barbara to stop zombie-like urban encroachment on this coastal jewel!

Allowing mega-developments on the Gaviota coast would be a “Nightmare”! The Gaviota Coast in southern Santa Barbara County is being threatened by development due to expanding urbanization.

Come out to SOhO to support a great cause, enjoy local reggae sounds of Makai, prizes for Halloween costumes, and a chance to win loads of goodies in our “wingspan” raffle. RSVP on Facebook

Who: Benefit for The Santa Barbara Chapter of The Surfrider Foundation SAVE GAVIOTA Campaign

What: “Nightmare At Gaviota” Halloween Party & Fundraiser.

Where: SOhO Restaurant & Music Club, 1221 State Street, Suite 205 (upstairs)

When: Friday, October 29, 2010. Doors at 8p.m

How: A donation of $10 is requested. Ages 21 and over.

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