Mastic Beach Conservancy - Bivalve Ball

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Mastic Beach Conservancy - Bivalve Ball

Join us for local oysters, wine, Spanish style dinner and dancing at our inaugural Bivalve Ball benefit gala!

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La Buena Vida Spanish Restaurant 714 Montauk Highway Moriches, NY 11955

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

About this event

Mastic Beach Conservancy will honor the following community conservation leaders :

  • Sarah LansdaleSuffolk County, Director of Planning
  • Tei Carpenterdesigner at Agency—Agency and critic at Yale University School of Architecture
  • Walter MeshenbergCreek Defender of Mastic Beach (Save the Great South Bay)

With guest of honor :

  • Alison Branco, Ph.DClimate Adaptation DIrector, The Nature Conservancy

    TICKETS ARE $150 PER PERSON (plus Eventbrite fees) AND INCLUDE :

    • Oysters and wine cocktail hour, sponsored by Violet Cove Oyster and Macari Vineyards
    • Sit down Spanish style dinner with wine, beer and specialty cocktail
    • Desserts by local purveyors
    • Presentations by the Mastic Beach Conservancy and honorees
    • Dancing with music by Ray Knives
    • A one year membership to the Mastic Beach Conservancy

    - All proceeds go to support the Conservancy

    Coastal cocktail attire is encouraged!

    We hope to see you there but if you can't join us at the ball, please consider donating any amount here or mail tax-deductible checks made out to Mastic Beach Conservancy and sent to MBC/CO Maura Spery 5 Hemlock Dr, Mastic Beach, NY 11951

    The Mastic Beach Conservancy is a non-profit organization pursuant to IRS Section 501(c)(3). Your donation is tax-deductible with the exception of $75 per ticket.

    ABOUT THE MASTIC BEACH CONSERVANCY

    In early 2021, in the middle of an isolating pandemic, a group of neighbors began planning wetland cleanups and imagining a new future for our beautiful, yet underserved home of Mastic Beach. What started humbly grew into the Mastic Beach Conservancy—a 501-C3 non-profit with hundreds of volunteers who work with local and national government bodies, environmental organizations and our community at large.

    The conservancy’s mission is to ensure that the Mastic Beach waterfront can be accessed and enjoyed by future generations through thoughtful design and good environmental stewardship. Our initiatives range from creating blue and green trails around our peninsula, to helping revitalize Violet's Cove. We set in motion a plan for an oyster, kelp and eelgrass seeding project in the Great South Bay that will clean and restore our local waters and provide educational and art opportunities for local youth.

    Visit us at: http://masticbeachconservancy.org/