Posted by AADIVER on July 22, 2003 at 15:12:49:
Orange County Coastkeeper Presents
Movie Night on the Beach
Who: Orange County Coastkeeper
Founded in 1999, Orange County Coastkeeper is a non-profit environmental organization with a mission to protect and preserve Orange County’s marine habitats and watershed through education, restoration, and enforcement. We are the only local grassroots nonprofit organization completely dedicated to protecting the natural resources of Orange County. We serve an area that includes 42 miles of coastline in Orange County, as well as the region’s 3,060 sq. mile watershed that includes more than 4.5 million residents.
What: Movie night on the Beach
Showing episode of Sea Hunt titled "Kelp
Forests" starring the sensational underwater hero, Lloyd Bridges
Followed by Blue Planet's "Seasonal Seas" “ …the finest documentary on the world’s oceans that any human being has ever seen.” newsday
Learn about Coastkeeper’s powerhouse environmental projects including their Kelp Restoration Project.
Watch fabulous underwater video from Crystal Cove State Underwater Park.
Where: Crystal Cove State Park
Just South of Corona Del Mar on Pacific Coast Highway
(park in the Los Trancos Parking lot and walk down across the street (PCH) to the Historic District cottages)
We will have the films right on the beach. Bring a blanket or beach chairs to sit on.
When: Friday August 15, 2003
You can enter the park for free beginning at 6:30pm. The gate to the parking lot will close @ 8pm. (You can't get in after that but you can get out)
The show will begin at 8pm (when its dark enough)
Everyone MUST vacate the park immediately following the event at 10pm.
How Much: FREE
Bring a picnic dinner or give a small donation to Coastkeeper for Hotdogs, sodas, and chips.
Suggested Donation: Hot Dog $1.00
All divers, dive clubs, and State Park Supporters (who else would appreciate Sea Hunt)
Contact Nancy Caruso
Orange County Coastkeeper
949-723-5424 xt. 306
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