Monday, April 27, 2009

World Oceans Day

Come and celebrate with the Living Oceans Society in the lead-up to World Oceans Day.

On Saturday, May 30 at 3:00 pm, bring your whole family to the Pioneer Theatre in Port McNeill for a free matinee screening of Once Upon a Tide and the BBC's Deep Blue.

Then, on Saturday, June 6, stop by the Fire Hall in Sointula for our World Oceans Festival from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. At the festival, we will have games, an art station, educational activities, and even a free seafood chowder lunch. As an added treat, our friends from the Go Wild Kayak Expedition will stop by to show us some pictures and to talk about their trip!

Both of these events are free, and everyone is welcome to attend. If you are not able to make it to the North Island area, check out the official World Oceans Day website to find an event near you!

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  1. Wear Blue and Tell Two

    Another great way to celebrate World Oceans Day is to wear blue in honor of the ocean and tell people two things they likely don't know about the ocean and ways they can take action. For more Information check out this website:
    WorldOceansDay

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