Clean Up O.B. w/ Dennen & Butler

Clean Up Ocean Beach in San Francisco with Brett Dennen and the John Butler
Sunday, December 2 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Free concert immediately following cleanup!

John Butler by Seth Rubin
Save The Bay, Surfrider Foundation, Rock the Earth, and CLIF Bar's CLIFGreenNote program, are hosting a trash cleanup at San Francisco's Ocean Beach on Sunday, December 2 from 10:00 a.m. to noon, followed by an outdoor musical session with Brett Dennen and John Butler of the John Butler Trio! The organizations are looking for energetic and capable volunteers to help us pick up garbage and debris at this popular San Francisco beach and then be rewarded by the upbeat sounds of two great musicians! Help clean up the beach and raise awareness about the dangers of trash in our waterways. As the North Pacific Garbage Patch grows, it is increasingly important to prevent trash from making its way into the San Francisco Bay and ultimately out to the Pacific Ocean.

Save The Bay is the oldest and largest membership organization working exclusively to celebrate, protect, and restore San Francisco Bay. We hold shoreline cleanups to prevent trash and debris from reaching our waterways and threatening fish and wildlife. Your assistance with this event will help us keep this harmful pollutant out of the Bay and ocean. Sign up online to volunteer for this fun event at While this event is free, registration is required to help plan supplies. If you have questions, contact Jennie Pardi at or (510)452.9261 x119.

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John Butler is cool.

Brett is a good guitarist, but he has gone reallyyy mainstream. too much for me. good job guys on the cleanup.. watch out for those syringes!!!!

moejoerisin Tue 11/27/2007 09:21AM
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really cool.. doing a small part on the individual level. if everyone did seemingly minor things like this, the world would be a much better place.

j-bizzle starstarstarstarstar Tue 11/27/2007 01:09PM
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Good to see someone finally taking some initiative in cleaning up ocean beach. When I lived in San Francisco a few years back, I lived about 2 blocks away from OB, but rarely used it because it was constantly trashed. It's one of the most accessible beaches in S.F. and one of the dirtiest - hope there's a turnout for this.

HoodooVoodoo starstarstarstarstar Tue 11/27/2007 05:58PM
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Butlet and Dennen should just set up tents in Ocean Beach and be the permanent janitors there. While they are at it, they can come down to San Diego and clean up our Ocean Beach as well. Maybe they could even get rid of the tweakers.

moejoerisin Wed 11/28/2007 08:48AM
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i don't think there is any getting rid of tweakers at a popular city beach. if you successfully remove said tweakers, more will return. probably twofold.