Heal the Bay’s Santa Monica Pier Aquarium has a day’s worth of fun, educational activities planned to celebrate Earth Day on Saturday, April 18th. All who participate in a beach cleanup first are rewarded with free admission for the festivities.
Please join us in celebrating the life of Nick Gabaldon at the charity paddlethon benefiting the Black Surfers Association.To register click here.Sign in for the Paddlethon begins at 9 a.m. Kayakers, swimmers, surfers and SUP'ers can hit the water at 10 a.m. Party at Rusty's to follow!
In celebration of Heal the Bay’s 30 years of work for a healthy ocean, Wells Fargo is sponsoring one free day a month for the remainder of the year at Heal the Bay’s Santa Monica Pier Aquarium. The celebration starts with a Family Birthday Bash from 12:30 to 5:00 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28th, that includes free admission to an action-packed afternoon of guest appearances and activities.
Lend a hand—we've got a bucket WITH YOUR NAME ON IT!
This Saturday afternoon, things are going to get real trashy.
We're expecting massive amounts of trash to wind up on the beach after Friday's giant rainstorm, and we need your help. Bring your friends and family down to the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium to pick up the supplies you'll need to have a fun 'n filthy post-storm beach cleanup! If you fill your bucket with trash, you'll receive complimentary admission to the Aquarium.
Gain awareness of the problem of plastic pollution in our oceans and have fun at the same time with Heal the Bay and Torrid Games! This event is free and open to all ages and includes a panel discussion, teen speaker, film clips, and best of all -- a chance to play SurfGod HTB on the big screen. This free, new eco-surf adventure game app challenges you to grab trash while you surf.
Join us for one or more of these Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) Workshops!
The interdisciplinary Project WET activities support California Science, History/Social Science and National Common Core Standards and are an effective tool for integrating student knowledge of water resources with activities that include real-life based scenarios that provide strong foundations for STEAM and Service-Learning programs. Project WET activities are designed to supplement existing curriculum, including the use of EEI (Education & the Environment Initiative) curriculum units.