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Earth Day at the Bay

Earth Day Birds of Prey

Birds of Prey

Sunda, April 22, 2018
Peter and Mary Muth Interpretive Center
10 – 3 p.m.
Free parking, free admission
Bring some cash for food trucks and opportunity drawing

Service Project: FULL Native Plant Restoration in partnership with Kaiser Permanente from 9 – 11 a.m.

On Earth Day we need you to take a stand so that together, we can show the world a new direction – to think about how we can protect our planet and preserve it for the future. Environmental partners will be on hand to show you what you can do. Booths will feature family friendly activities including arts and craft, science discovery, and educational infomation.  There will be a scavenger hunt with small prizes for all participants and entry in larger prize drawings. The day will be filled with live music from Danny Maika.

Science Discovery Booths
 Orange County Parks  OneOC
 City of Newport Beach‘s ISOPOD  OC Used Oil Recycling Program
 California Department of Fish & Wildlife  OC Society for Conservation Biology
 OC Health Care Agency Water Quality Lab  OC Lead Poisoning Prevention Program
 American Cetacean Society, OC Chapter  OC Used Oil Recycling Program
 Environmental Nature Center  Pacific Marine Mammal Center
 Friends Harbors, Beaches & Parks  SeedOC
 Inside the Outdoors  Sea & Sage Audubon Society
 Irvine Ranch Conservancy  Sierra Club
 Irvine Ranch Water District  Surfrider Foundation- NB Chapter
 OC Bird of Prey Center  U.S.C.G. Auxiliary

City of Newport Beach ISOpod

Opportunity Drawing

Tickets are $1 ea * 6 for $5 * 25 for $20

All proceeds benefit the Newport Bay Conservancy.  Do not need to be present to win.  All prizes will be available after the drawing (approx. 2:45 p.m. on the day of the event) for pick-up at the gift shop.

Opportunity Drawing Contributors:
 Aquarium of the Pacific  Irvine Improv
 Boomers  Irvine Lanes
 Bowers Museum  Laguna Festival of the Arts
 Duffy Electric Boats  Newport Landing
 Dukes  Plums Café
 Festival of the Arts  Santa Anita Park
 Haborside Restaurant  South Coast Repertory
 Hi-Time Wine Cellar

 

For 48 years, Earth Day has been bringing communities and organizations together to advocate for a healthier environment and a sustainable life. The first Earth Day on April 22, 1970 activated 20 million Americans from all walks of life to share their concerns about each citizen’s critical role in the environment. Their actions led to the creation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the passage of the Clean Air, Clean Water, and Endangered Species Acts. Now over one billion people in 192 countries participate in Earth Day activities, making it the largest civic observance in the world.