NEC’s Spaghetti Dinner FUN(d)Raiser with Music

NEC Press Release

The Northcoast Environmental Center (NEC) invites you to attend this year’s spaghetti dinner, dance and silent auction FUN(d)Raiser at Bayside Community Hall on Saturday, March 24.

The dinner menu features a spaghetti bar, with a variety of sauces to entice your palate, local mixed green salad, variety of local bread and dessert. Vegans, vegetarians and carnivores will all be welcomed!

Dance and kick up your heels to Kingfoot, starting at 7:30pm. Kingfoot plays a unique style of original Acoustic Americana music blending Country, Bluegrass, Russian, Ska, African, Celtic and Rockabilly into a melting pot of great music.

A silent auction of items donated from local businesses, artists, and friends of the NEC is always a terrific part of the evening. A sample of items include gift certificates for Center Activities, the Benbow Inn, Kayak Trinidad, the Historical Requa Inn, Madaket’s Booze Cruise, Humboldt Bay Oyster Tours, Siren’s Song Tavern, Living the Dream Ice Cream, Pen & Pine, Ferndale Repertory Theatre, SCRAP Humboldt, paintings, jewelry, wine, books and more! Be sure to bring your check book!

No-host wine, beer and mix drinks bar starts at 5:00 p.m. Dinner will be served at 6:00 p.m. Advanced tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for students/children if purchased before the 21st. Tickets at the door will be $25 for adults and $15 for students/children. Music only tickets are available for $10 with admission after 7:15pm.

Tickets can be purchased ahead of time by mailed check, at our office or online at

The NEC was formed in 1971 to promote understanding of the relations between people and the biosphere and to conserve, protect and celebrate terrestrial, aquatic, and marine ecosystems of northern California and southern Oregon. Largely supported by member donations, the NEC coordinates a variety of programs such as Adopt-a-Beach, Adopt-a-Block, Coastal Cleanup Day, Marine Protected Area Education, and publishes the bi-monthly EcoNews as well as weekly EcoNews Reports.

For more information, visit the NEC website: visit NEC on Facebook, or call 707.822.6918.

Bella Waters, Administrative & Development Director