Join Heal the Bay's Aquarium Volunteer Manager/Bird Enthusiast, Micky Kesterson, for a walk and conversation about the winter beach birds of Santa Monica. We'll meet at the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium, walk on the pier, then along the beach to the Pico-Kenter storm drain. It's a good idea to wear boots. If you have your own binoculars, you'll enjoy having them. If not, we have a few to share. THIS EVENT WILL HAPPEN RAIN OR SHINE. Micky says rainy days just mean less people and MORE BIRDS!
Happy 2016 Heal the Bay members! Looking for something interesting and educational to do this month?
We have all been hearing about the drought and being urged to take shorter showers and water less. What about longer term solutions? Join Heal the Bay's Water Education Specialist, Nancy Shrodes, for a tour and conversation about the future of L.A. water and it's connection to a healthier city and Bay. You are already recycling paper and soda cans, why not water? Come see how it's being done at West Basin!
Canine-loving Heal the Bay members unite! Let's celebrate the holidays, Los Angeles living, and our four-legged companions with fun in the sun!
The 1st five Heal the Bay members to arrive will receive a free Heal the Bay trucker hat. Wear your Heal the Bay t-shirt and receive a free gift card for $7 of free eats at Rubios! (Don't have any HTB gear? Give us a call (310) 451-1500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and you can buy one in advance.)
After all of that medical waste washed up on our beaches this fall, did you find yourself wondering, how could this happen?! What happens to Los Angeles sewage waste before it is sent out into the ocean? How do these processes affect ocean life?
What: The opening of Women Make the World Go Round 2.0, a mixed media art exhibition at the Broadway Art Space (formerly known as WIP Flash). The VIP portion of the evening is just for Heal the Bay members, where guests will enjoy a wine tasting and time spent with the artists whose art is being featured.
Like beer? Love Heal the Bay? Golden Road Brewery produced a Heal the Bay IPA, available in select local stores and bars. Now they’re opening their doors exclusively to Heal the Bay members on July 13 at 2 p.m. Join us for a tour of the brewery, learn more about the beer-making process, and you’ll even get a free beer!