The LA Conservation Corps Celebrates Earth Day at the SEA Lab in Redondo Beach.

Saturday, April 20, 2013.

The Sea Side Aquarium Welcomes Visitors on Saturday, April 20, 2013.

Online PR News – 10-April-2013 – Redondo Beach, CA – Redondo Beach, California------April 9, 2013----- The SEA Lab, a program of the Los Angeles Conservation Corps in conjunction with the City of Redondo Beach is proud to present the 2013 Earth Day Celebration. This FREE event will take place between 10:00AM and 2:00PM at the SEA Lab located at 1021 N Harbor Drive in Redondo Beach, CA 90277 (next to the Chart House Restaurant).
New attractions this year include:
• Beach clean-up between 10:00AM-12:00PM.
• Composting workshop at 11:00AM
• Bring your plastic bags and we’ll replace them with reusable tote bags
• Water Education Center including: a desalination interactive exhibit and a one-of-a-kind plant.
• New tanks and exhibits featuring Santa Monica Bay’s largest bony fish and other fabulous creatures.
• An abalone production facility which the SEA Lab is using to help restore local abalone population.

That’s in addition to the SEA Lab’s sharks, lobsters, jellyfish, halibut and more.
The SEA Lab is encouraging visitors to minimalize their carbon footprint by walking, riding a bicycle or taking public transportation to this year’s Earth Day Celebration. Environmentally minded participants that do will be rewarded with a FREE Gift.

We also encourage visitors to bring in their plastic bags and trade them for reusable tote bags. Please participate in our Reuse drive by bringing your gently used work attire and shoes to the SBBEC booth.

Brent Scheiwe, Director of the SEA Lab stated: “We have made a concerted community effort to accelerate community participation in becoming custodians of the earth. We hope these efforts extend throughout the year. Our Earth Day celebration will demonstrate that you can have a great time while doing the right thing.”

About the SEA Lab, a program of the Los Angeles Conservation Corps
The SEA Lab is a hands-on coastal science education center in Redondo Beach that offers free and low cost programs for children of all ages to enjoy. College students trained by the Los Angeles Conservation Corps lead the activities, including beach explorations, touch tank tours and interactive classroom programs. The SEA Lab extends its programs into the community through summer camp programs, community service projects (including beach cleanups) and the Traveling Tide Pool mobile exhibit.
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