Urban Ocean Festival May 4-5 @AquariumPacific #UrbanOceanFest

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Wednesday, I had the opportunity to take a sneak peak at the Urban Ocean Festival at The Aquarium Of The Pacific.

#UrbanOceanFestThis Saturday and Sunday (May 4th & 5th) guests of the Aquarium will enjoy beautiful art exhibits, a “Trashin’ Fashion” Show, contests for designs using recycled materials, mural painting, poetry readings, activities and more.  Visitors of the festival will learn more about how to take care of and appreciate our urban ocean.


The “Trashin’ Fashion” Show and contest will be in front of the Honda Blue Cavern exhibit at 1:20 pm on Sunday, May 5 and will be featuring beautiful garments made from recycled materials taken out of the ocean (actually picked up along California’s beaches).

#UrbanOceanFestThe Aquarium’s “Seafood For The Future” program will be hosting cooking demonstrations and samplings.  Find out how to make a delicious ceviche from rockfish caught off the shores of Newport Beach by a local fisherman.  Did you know that many LA/Orange County restaurants are connecting with local fishermen in order to provide tasty dishes of sardines, squid, sea urchin, spiney lobster, octopus  and rock crab harvested between 3 and 18 miles of our coast?

Want to learn more about LA Harbor?  Urban Ocean boat cruises will take you through our harbor and give you tidbits and tales of the current vessels, buildings, activities and more.  This is available during the weekend and throughout the summer at an additional cost.

Urban Ocean Festival
at The Aquarium Of The Pacific
Saturday-Sunday, May 4-5 2013
9:00am – 5:00pm
 
Costs:
Event Included with Admission
Adult: $29.95
Senior: $22.95
Child: $14.95 (3-11)
About The Aquarium Of The Pacific:
The non profit Aquarium Of The Pacific is a community gathering place where diverse cultures and the arts are celebrated and where important topics facing our planet are explored.
 
Disclaimer: I was invited to attend the preview of the Urban Ocean Festival Event at The Aquarium of The Pacific to share with my readers. Opinions shared are completely my own.

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