Juice Magazine is hosting a once-in-a-lifetime group art show/fundraiser on October 20, 2011 at the Juice Magazine headquarters on the Venice Beach Boardwalk and we would like to extend this invitation to you and your guests to attend.

The Juice Magazine Surf Skate Culture Collection 3 is a Benefit for Babette & Jeff Ho. Babette has been diagnosed with late stage cancer, and all proceeds from the event will go to help Babette and Jeff Ho to defray medical expenses. Jeff Ho and Babette have been pillars of the surf/skate community for over three decades. This show is more than a benefit. It is a chance for all of us to show how the surf/skate community can rally and support two of our most distinguished participants. Join us in this very special evening and let’s show how we can make a real difference in Jeff and Babette’s lives.

Featured artists that have contributed artwork to the group show include Block, C.R. Stecyk III, Cris Dawson, Chuck Katz, David Hackett, Doug Smith, Eric Dressen, Eric “Tuma” Britton, Jason Adams, Jay Adams, Jesse Martinez, Kelly D. Williams, Libby Knudsen, Pat Ngoho, Bart Saric, Panhandle Slim, George Peterson, Errandboy, Brett Hammond, Mitch Reiter, Ona Gauthier, Steve Olson, Susanne Melanie Berry, Tim Kerr, Wes Humpston & many more. Jeff Ament has also donated his Fender Squire bass guitar autographed by all the guys in Pearl Jam to help Babette and Jeff Ho, as well as a hand-painted Zephyr tribute skateboard to benefit Babette and Jeff Ho.

This unique evening will also include a very special musical performance by Tony Alva (Babette’s half-brother) and his band G.F.P. Skateboarding legend Ray Flores will be spinning old school classics all night.

Sponsors for the benefit include: Vans, DTA Posse, House of Marley and Sector 9.
Catering provided by: Sushi Girl, Just Chill Water, Hemp Ale and Lagunitas Brewing Company.
Volunteers: Alicia Gilmour, Tanya Martin, Chris Eidem, Jamie Anderson, Lauren Wiley, David Wiley, Bill Nelson, Daryle Jenewein, Sharon WuTang, Libby Knudsen, Vanessa Davey.
Raffle Items provided by: Subjekt Audio, Carter Slade Surf Videos, VSA, Native Shoes.
State of Skate Wall features skateboards from: Girl, Chocolate, Dogtown, Element, Shut Skates, Zero, Mystery, Slave, Blind, Darkstar, Enjoi, Almost, Cliche, Black Label, Powell Peralta, Bulldog Skates, Skull Skates, Factory 13, Skatepuck, Evil Goods, Pool Kings, Skatermade and Black Label.

When: October 20, 2011 – 6pm-10pm
Why: A Benefit for Babette and Jeff Ho
Where: Juice Magazine – 319 Ocean Front Walk #1, Venice, CA 90291
What: Group Art Show + Skateboarding + Music + Food + Drinks + Fun
Who: Tony Alva’s Band G.F.P. will be playing a special jam session & Ray Flores will DJ for the show.
How: $20 Suggested Donation at the Door. All ages welcome. RSVP is required.

If you can’t attend the event, but would still like to donate, below is the link to the donation page.

Please feel free to forward this link and/or post the event flyer. We hope to see you there!

Thank you!

PH: 310.399.5336
PH: 310.455.6169


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    • Mary Condreay October 21, 2011

      Would just like to send love to Babette & Jeff ,Would really like to contact Babettte if there is any way to get this directly to her. Peace & Love & Light always
      David ,Mary Stephanie,Michelle & Matt


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