83 people are attending
Monday, October 21, 2019
123 W Front St
Traverse City, MI 49684
Join the community of Oil & Water Don't Mix supporters at this gala event to support the final push toward a Line 5 shutdown.
Skeletons rattling their bones in the dark, goblins and ghouls on the prowl, or flesh-eating zombies may be your worst Halloween nightmare. For us, it’s the ghost of Enbridge oil spills that haunt our days and keep us awake at night.
So let’s do something positive to drive away the frightening reality of Enbridge’s Line 5 pipelines while having some fun!
We're getting closer to the goal of shutting down Line 5! Our Michigan Attorney General is in court against Enbridge and our Governor is refusing to buckle under intense political pressure to endorse a phony oil tunnel solution. But we have not crossed the goal line yet, not by a long shot. We are, in fact, at the beginning of The Final Quarter toward reaching our goal to decommission Line 5.
YOU ARE INVITED!
We'll gather at the fabulous 123 Speakeasy in downtown Traverse City for wonderful food and drink, conversation, and information on the status of the campaign to decommission Line 5 and prevent an oil tunnel from being constructed, and a chance to contribute to the campaign that you helped create.
Use your secret password (that you'll get after you purchase tickets) to enter 123 Speakeasy’s special scary Line 5 Tunnel to hell. Wear your favorite Halloween costume or come as you are. Either way, you will be joining the fun and putting a nail in Line 5’s coffin!
We're now seeking Sponsors to help make this a wonderful evening for all. Find out how to become an Event Sponsor here.
Each ticket includes a complimentary 123 Speakeasy adult beverage, a delicious locally-sourced dinner, and a cash bar of libations made with organic, seasonal, and local ingredients. You'll learn the secret password you'll need to gain entry to the 123 Speakeasy via email after you purchase your ticket.
If you're unable to attend, please consider becoming a Sponsor, or donate a ticket here.
UPDATE: Thanks to a generous donor who is offsetting the cost of admission, a limited number of "donor-reduced" tickets are available for $25 (reduced from $50)!