"We also hope to have a large sand dune and beach toys for the children, and adults, too, for those who want to show off their sand castle skills!" she said.
Entertainment will be provided by Bill Campbell and the "Blue Moon" band.
Volunteer chefs will also be bringing dishes of their homemade fare to share. The event includes raffles and 50-50 drawings. Donations will be accepted at the door.
The more ambitious plans mean additional volunteer help is needed, according to an email Calautti issued this week.
Volunteers are still needed for set up on the night prior to the event, and for clean-up the following morning. People are also needed to staff the donation table.
But decor items reflecting the tropical theme are also being sought - such as beach towels, sand toys,travel posters, and sea shells.
Those who can help with the above are urged to call Baker at 644-2233 or Calautti at 644-3128, or contact her at Blue_Snow230@msn.com.