Sunday, October 12, 2014

Migrate to the Central Coast Fundraiser - Oct. 12 at Halter Ranch Winery in Paso Robles






Please join us for an exciting event featuring wine tasting, farm-to-table tapas and desserts, live music, behind the scenes winery cave tours, an appearance from Morro the Brown Pelican from Pelican Dreams, auction items, and an opportunity to talk with David Yarnold, National Audubon Society CEO and President. Click here to view the list of auction items.

Sunday, October 12, from 3 to 6 pm
Halter Ranch Winery
Paso Robles, California 


This joint fundraiser will support Morro Coast Audubon and Audubon California’s efforts to protect sea and shorebird habitats along the Pacific Flyway. It promises to be a memorable evening and we hope you can join us!

Click here to register to attend this event
Tickets are selling fast. Buy yours today!

If you prefer to pay by check, please make out a check to the Morro Coast Audubon Society at $75/person, and mail it to: Morro Coast Audubon/Migrate to the Central Coast, PO Box 1507, Morro Bay, CA 93443. For more information and event directions, please click here. Additional questions can be forward to Andrea Jones at ajones@audubon.org.

Best wishes,
~ Stephanie Little, MCAS Secretary and National Audubon Society Board Member
~ Andrea Jones, Director of Bird Conservation, Audubon California

Thank you to our sponsors: Libbie Agran and Guy Fitzwater, Centrally Grown, Althouse and Meade, MidAmerican Solar, Padre Associates, Amy Olin, Don Henderson and Alice Cahill, Ping and Su Tsau, Wild Birds Unlimited - San Luis Obispo, SWCA, Trader Joes, The Tyra Family, La Serena Inn, Shoreline Inn, Passionfish Restaurant, Monterey Bay Aquarium, Morro Bay Winter Bird Festival, Classic Casting Adventures, Sunny Acres Pumpkin Farm, Sunshine Health Foods, South Bay Wild, Windows on the Water, Central Coast Outdoors, Chevron. Sempra Energy, Tognazzini's Dockside Restaurant, The Sea Chest Oyster Bar and Restaurant, Cass Winery, Little Red Hen Bakery, Steinbeck Vineyards and Winery

 

Photo by John Van de Graaff