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“Off The Rails” Bay Area Surfrider Virtual Stoke Party

Join the Bay Area Surfrider Foundations (San Francisco, Marin, & San Mateo) as we we go Off The Rails. We’ll gather virtually on the social media platform of your choice to celebrate our wins in 2020, recognize some of our greatest volunteers, and to listen and watch musical acts from around the Bay Area.

Hosted by your Bay Area Surfrider Leadership.

The Bay Area Surfrider Foundation Chapters are dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s ocean, waves and beaches, for all people, through a powerful activist network.

We are a volunteer-run, non-profit organization consisting of a diverse group of activists, researchers, and dedicated Bay Area community members. We work at the local, state, and federal levels to protect and enjoy the places we love.

For more than 34 years, the Surfrider Foundation has been protecting what you love.

The chapters are part of a grassroots organization that was started in 1984 by a group of surfers that came together to protect Malibu from overdevelopment and pollution. Our chapters are part of one of the most powerful coastal protection groups in the world with over 500,000 members, 84 chapters, and 40 clubs.

We responsible for protecting our diverse northern California coastline. We strive to be an integral part of our community by organizing beach cleanups, educational events, and more. Based on our geography, we are on the front lines to the threat of sea level rise. We work with numerous stakeholders, to make sure we protect our coastlines without destroying our beaches.

We invite everyone who is passionate about protecting and preserving the Bay Area’s coastlines, ensuring our beaches are accessible, protecting our ocean, and keeping plastic from polluting our waterways—to join, donate, and get involved.

Let’s find creative ways to prevent plastic pollution.

As an added bonus and incentive to sign up early—the first 100 people to donate and register get a free Stasher Bag.

Disclaimer: Please double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change after they are added to our calendar, and errors do occur.


Event Details


Cost: $25*
*Donation & Surfrider Membership
Categories: **Annual Event**, *Top Pick*, Online, Protests / Causes

Sunday, December 6, 2020

9:00 am   Outer Sunset Farmers Market & Mercantile  FREE
10:00 am   Asian Art Museum: Free Admission Day (Every First Sunday)  FREE*
*Special exhibitions may require separate admission surcharge
11:00 am   Kid’s Market at Westfield Valley Fair  $5
11:00 am   Patchwork Show: Modern Makers Market  FREE*
*Family Friendly, Covid Compliant
12:00 pm   Fillmore Marketplace (Support SF Black-Owned Small Businesses)  FREE
2:00 pm   San Francisco Conservatory’s Fall Baroque Orchestra Concert  FREE
3:00 pm   “Off The Rails” Bay Area Surfrider Virtual Stoke Party  $25*
*Donation & Surfrider Membership
6:00 pm   “Comedy Night at Zeitgeist” Hosted by House People  $12.50*
*Tables start at $25 for two people and you can purchase for groups up to eight (8). There are no individual tickets so please note the table size your purchasing and the number of guests included. Each attendee must purchase 2 items from the bar, including a food item (as per SF COVID-19 regulations).
7:00 pm   7p Show – Desi “HellaSecret” Outdoor Comedy Show & Cocktail Night (San Francisco)  $15*
*Get $5 off Tickets - Early Bird tickets $15 adv w/ code FUNCHEAP (otherwise $20). General Admission tickets $20 adv with code FUNCHEAP (otherwise $25) - limited to 40 tickets due to maintain social-distance. There is a two drink minimum
9:00 pm   9p Show – Desi “HellaSecret” Outdoor Comedy Show & Cocktail Night (San Francisco)  $15*
*Get $5 off Tickets - Early Bird tickets $15 adv w/ code FUNCHEAP (otherwise $20). General Admission tickets $20 adv with code FUNCHEAP (otherwise $25) - limited to 40 tickets due to maintain social-distance. There is a two drink minimum
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