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Old 04-13-2007
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Arrow Latitudes & Attitudes Party at Strictly Sail Pacific

Hey, everyone's invited! And it's FREE!!!! Bob Bitchin will be throwing the 6th Annual Cruiser's Party at the Strictly Sail boat show in Jack London Square, Oakland. It takes place Saturday night, April 21, and will begin when the show closes. The party, including beer and pizza, is free, but you do have to pay to get into the boat show (no, I do not work for Strictly Sail...). Plus, you MUST be inside the show gates before the show closes to get into the party.

Anyway, the Eric Stone Band will be there to serenade us with his "tropical island-style party music", along with Bob and Jody, Captain Woody, Subscription Dave, about 800 fellow cruisers (more if it's nice, less if it's raining), and lot's of great prizes - including the grand prize, a one-week charter with Sunsail.

Contrary to the opinion of many, these are actually very well behaved parties and are great for families. The show people have us shut down at 9:00pm, so it doesn't go all night. These Lats & Atts Cruiser's Parties are always a blast, so if you're planning on going to the Oakland boat show, go on Saturday and stay for the fun. I'll be there (I'm Darren, producer/director of Lats & Atts TV), so be sure to come on up and say hi.

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We will be there, along with half of the Rogue Yacht Club from Ashland, Oregon!
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