Mar 06, 2010-
Mar 06, 2010
05:30PM - 09:00PM
34th Annual Environmental Awards Dinner
Join us for this gourmet networking and fund raising event benefiting the So Co Environmental Center. This years theme is "Turning the Tide with Local Water Solutions" with speaker Brock Dolman of the Water Institute.
Event Description

Sonoma County Conservation Council and The Sierra Club Sonoma Group present the 34th Annual Environmental Awards Dinner featuring a vegetarian gourmet dinner prepared by A La Heart Catering, local food and wine, as well as a silent auction and raffle.

Sebastopol Veterans’ Auditorium
Saturday, March 6th, 5:30 to 9:00 pm
Tickets are $40 each before February 21 and $50 afterwards.

This year the theme is “Turning the Tide With Local Water Solutions”. The guest speaker is Brock Dolman, Director of the Occidental Art and Ecology Center Water Institute and a valued member of the Sonoma County Water Coalition. Evelina Molina, of Youth Green Jobs and North Bay Institute of Green Technology, will be the MC, and background music will be provided by the Watershedders.

Non-profit groups who purchase advance tickets can get five for the price of four.  For additional information, please visit

Contact: Portia Sinnott, Vice Chair, Sonoma County Conservation Council
and Executive Director, LITE Initiatives 707 824-9931,

Fee: $50.00

Contact Information
Name: Portia Sinnott     Email:
Phone: 707-578-0595




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