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Liz Clark to Speak in San Francisco

Liz Clark will be speaking twice this month in San Francisco.

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Liz Clark, who took off cruising, mostly singlehanded, aboard her Santa Barbara-based Cal 40 Swell at a young age, will be making two appearances in San Francisco later this month. The surfer/sailor/naturalist has been a frequent contributor to Latitude over the years.

Click the poster or the link below to find out more about Liz’s talk at the California Academy of Sciences on August 23.

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She’ll be at the California Academy of Sciences NightLife event on August 23, where she’ll be talking for about 20 minutes and giving demonstrations, along with others, on the theme of ‘Survival’. As in surviving if you get stranded on a tropical island. "It looks as if it will be a fun time, with live music and cocktails, too!"

Surf over to Patagonia SF’s Facebook page to find out more about this free talk.

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The following night Liz will be speaking for about 50 minutes at the Patagonia store at 770 North Point in San Francisco. At the free event, she’ll be talking about what she’s been up to for the last couple of years, which has mainly been getting into an ever-more natural and simple way of life. We recommend you check it out!

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Every event can benefit from a theme, so we’re giving next month’s SoCal Ta-Ta — the week-long Southern California version of the Baja Ha-Ha from Santa Barbara to Two Harbors — a ‘Reggae on the Ocean’ theme.