Gowanus Canal Conservancy Winter Festival 2013
We have sold out of General Admission tickets. Music ONLY tickets will be available at the door at 9pm for $10. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
The Gowanus Canal Conservancy, an environmental organization that advocates for the restoration and green development of the Gowanus Canal, is happy to announce its second annual Winter Festival fundraiser - a celebration of local food, beer and music on the Gowanus Canal.
Food offerings will include porky melts from Pork Slope/TALDE, hot dogs from Brooklyn Cured, kimchi from Mama Oh's Kimchi, sauerkraut from Crock & Jar, and pickles from Brooklyn Brine.
All beer is provided by Sixpoint Brewery featuring Diesel, Sweet Action and Crip cans. Non-alcoholic beverages provided by GuS sodas and Plan Tea.
Music will include performances by Mike Doughty, Superhuman Happiness and Avan Lava.
Please note Winter Festival has been postponed due to severe flooding in the Gowanus Watershed by hurricane Sandy. The new date is January 12th.
Ticket holders must be 21 or older to drink. Event is rain or snow or shine and no refunds will be made.
Thank you for supporting Gowanus Canal Conservancy!
For more info on Gowanus Canal Conservancy and the programs your contributions go directly towards see below or visit www.gowanuscanalconservancy.org.
Gowanus Canal Conservancy Mission & Overview:
The Gowanus Canal Conservancy is a Brooklyn-based environmental organization that was formed in 2006 to to advocate for the restoration and green development of the Gowanus Canal for the greater good of the community. Our work focuses around improving the water quality and environmental integrity of the Gowanus Canal and its watershed. To that end, we have developed an open space and stormwater management masterplan for the Gowanus Canal watershed, the Gowanus Canal Sponge Park. Additionally, we host community and public education programs and organize monthly public stewardship Clean & Green volunteer events. By engaging people in our programs, and especially through volunteer activities, residents and community members have become extremely passionate about the Canal and much more knowledgeable about its history, ecology and social value. By facilitating direct action stewardship programs, the local sense of ownership for the canal has grown tremendously.
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