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Beach cleanup, Earth Day at Sea Life Park

April 15th, 2013
Sea Life Park hosts an Earth Day Celebration on Saturday, April 20, with educational booths and a concert. Volunteers who help with a beach cleanup of East Oahu shores that morning get $5 admission to the fair and park. Photo courtesy Sea Life Park.

Sea Life Park hosts an Earth Day Celebration on Saturday, April 20, with educational booths and a concert. Volunteers who help with a beach cleanup of East Oahu shores that morning get $5 admission to the fair and park. Photo courtesy Sea Life Park.

Another broad-sweeping beach cleanup and Earth Day Celebration is planned at Sea Life Park on Saturday, April 20.

Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii is hosting a large-scale beach cleanup on the East shores of Oahu. Volunteers are invited to help clean up beaches ranging from Sandy Beach to Makapu‘u, Kaiwi Coastline, Waimanalo Beach Park, Sherwoods, Bellows, Lanikai, Kailua, Kalama Beach Park, Shorebreaks and Pyramid Rock. Volunteers should show up to the beach access of choice at 9:30 a.m. Gloves, trash bags, sunscreen and water will be provided.

All volunteers are invited to Sea Life Park from noon to 4:30 p.m. (for a special $5 admission fee) to enjoy an Earth Day Celebration with games, guest speakers, educational displays, face painting and live music by local performers (Summer, The Urchinz, HI Remedy and Shawn Kaua‘awa-Mokuahi Garnett).

If you aren't able to volunteer that morning, you may also bring in an empty Coca-Cola can to be recycled, and get a discount admission of $15 for adults, $12 for children 3 to 11.

Sustainable Coastline Hawaii's mission is "inspiring local communities to care for their coastlines through hands-on beach cleanups of the Hawaiian islands."

Sea Life Park hosts an Earth Day Celebration from noon to  4:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 20. Admission is $5 for volunteers who participate in a beach cleanup of East Oahu shorelines organized by Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii earlier that morning. Photo courtesy Sea Life Park.

Sea Life Park hosts an Earth Day Celebration from noon to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 20. Admission is $5 for volunteers who participate in a beach cleanup of East Oahu shorelines organized by Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii earlier that morning. Photo courtesy Sea Life Park.

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