It’s officially a New Year and here at FCEC we plan on being extra busy educating anglers and continuing our community outreach efforts over the next 12 months (and beyond!). Each of these months are packed full of great events the whole family can enjoy. And this January is no exception! Check out some discounted late night tickets at the Aquarium of the Pacific, clean up a little trash at Huntington Beach and dive into the tank with a shark (okay, maybe don’t do the last one).
>> During the first week of January, head on over to Long Beach’s Aquarium of the Pacific for discounted evening tickets to see what these sea creatures are up to in the dark!
>> Learn about native plants and clean up Cabrillo Beach on January 7. It’s a great way to experience some of the cool plants and animals that thrive in our eco-zone. It’s sure to be a hit with the kiddos.
>> Surf City! We all enjoy the beach, so why not enjoy it while you pick up a little trash on January 14 at Huntington State Beach? The more hands on deck, the more garbage will be picked up.
>> Heal the Bay is holding an educational forum on Southern California’s new “underwater parks” on January 15 at the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium. These areas, like parks on land, are protected to help preserve marine habitat for generations to come.
>> Sharks aren’t really that scary. Or are they? Find out during Shark Lagoon Nights at Aquarium of the Pacific on January 13 and 20. The best part about it is that the events are free to the public!
More information about these events and others are on our FCEC calendar.
What events will you be attending this month? Share with us below!
*Photo courtesy of EverythingLongBeach.com.
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