August 28, 2012

Celebrate 27 Years of Coastal Cleanup Days at this FREE First Friday Event: Fri, Sept. 7, at the SC MAH

On Friday, September 7,  from  5-9pm, join your ocean community at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History (MAH), for this FREE First Friday Event celebrating 27 years of Coastal Cleanup Days!


Where: The SC MAH @ 705 Front Street, Santa Cruz
When: Friday, Sept. 7, 5-9pm
Phone: 831.429.1964

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The Santa Cruz MAH, the California Coastal Commission and Save Our Shores are celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Coastal Act with a First Friday event dedicated to Coastal Cleanup Day. Come enjoy live music and fun, hands-on activities, and if you’d like, sign up to help clean one of your favorite coastal beaches, creeks, or coastal lagoons during Annual Coastal Cleanup Day on Sat, Sept. 15!

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This First Friday event will feature:
  • A poster display from the past 27 years of California Coastal Cleanup Day
  • Information on Coastal Cleanup sites in Santa Cruz & Monterey Counties
  • Amateur Photography Contest
  • Photos from past Coastal Cleanup Day events
  • Videos about protecting our coast and ocean
  • Ocean and coastal related art from various local artists, including: Sandra Cherk, Virginia Draper, and Will Henry
  • Live music by the Pleasure Point Brass Band: 5-6pm outsid
  • Live music by Dayan Kai Band: 6:30 – 8:30pm in the MAH Atrium
  • Hands-on art activities for kids and adults

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