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Dana Point Ocean Institute is celebrating the 45th anniversary of Earth Day
today, April 25 2015.
Festivities begin at 10:00am and conclude at 3:00pm.
Join them for a celebration and participate in hands-on conservation activities.
Create fun, eco-friendly crafts
Learn about the importance of protecting natural environments through
Volunteer for the beach/harbor clean-up and get free admission for the day!
Clean-up hours are 9am – 11am; check-in at the front of the Ocean Institute;
supplies will be provided.
Registration is not required, however for groups of
10+ please inform Katie Markisz in advance at (949) 496-2274 x 367 or firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can have ample supplies available for the clean-up.
Public hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Admission price is $6.50 for adults (13 yrs+) and $4.50 for children (3 -12 yrs); Children 2 and under are free.
Members are free.
Book signing with Joel Harper (books sold in the gift shop)
Bureo Skateboards. Skateboards out of derelict (improperly discarded) fishing nets. They are from Redondo Beach and will share their work and message of conservation/recycling.
Native plants tour
Build a hummingbird feeder
Sea turtle and plastics displays
Alternative energies display
Colors in nature (camouflage and mimicry) activity
Watersheds and water quality activity
A 6’ x 8’ Jelly project made out of recyclable material from a team from Orange County School of the Arts in order to help these students spread their message of recycling and environmental conservation through teaching and creative artwork.