Saturday evening, May 14 at 5:30 p.m. Local non-profit organization, Emerald Keepers, will host their first fundraising event.
Emerald Keepers continues to educate and inspire the Coronado community to be more proactive in reducing their carbon footprint, reducing the use of plastics, and protecting our oceans.
To continue their efforts, Emerald Keepers is hosting the Great Pacific Garbage Patch Splatter and Art Auction on Saturday, May 14 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Coronado Yacht Club.
Come and enjoy a wonderful evening of cocktails and appetizers on the patio/side yard. Bid on an assortment of maritime themed artwork. Chat with Captain Charles Moore, the oceanographer credited with discovering the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Listen to the music of Matt Heinecke. Marvel at the creativity and artistry of art created by local artists from plastics collected from the beaches of Coronado. Learn more about the human impact on the oceans, what Coronado can do to lessen it, and contribute to a wonderful cause.
Donated art includes photographs by Scott Hansen who sells his sculptures to the Wyland Gallery; marine oil painting by New Zealander AD Blake; paintings by Uwe Warner, Tina Christenson, Maic Palmieri, Jean Pierre, Connie Spitzer, Michael Ives, Teresa Espaniola and Tina Christiansen and more!
VIP tickets, regular Splash tickets, and military Splash tickets cost between $60 and $125 and are on sale now. To purchase tickets, go to emeraldart.givesmart.com.
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