Instagram
Is the #fantasticfour hashtag about LA's Broughton hotels? We like to think so! 😉 #lahotels ...
posted 3 days ago
A nice welcome gift waiting as I arrived at my room at #HotelNormandieLA . #broughtonHOTELS Thanks!
posted 4 days ago
I love the relationship building and friendships that are being formed at the #yoogozi #Speakeasy ...
posted 2 weeks ago
#peaceLOVEcoffee crew will be in #LosAngeles tonight @ #yoogozi #Speakeasy Dinner Series at ...
posted 2 weeks ago
I'm excited to have a capacity crowd at tonight's #yoogozi #Speakeasy Dinner Series at ...
posted 2 weeks ago
If you missed the Tuesday airing of Travel Channel's hit show 'Hotel Impossible' w/ Anthony ...
posted 4 weeks ago
In just a few hours I'm appearing on Travel Channel's hit show 'Hotel Impossible' again with ...
posted 1 month ago
It's an AWESOME way to start the New Year!
posted 1 month ago

Enjoy one of California’s Hidden wonders on Underwater Parks Day 2014!

Posted on  December 17, 2013

Take a day to appreciate California’s undersea beauty on Underwater Parks Day! California is home to plenty of natural wonders including wildlife you see on land every day. The Golden State also contains a fascinating showcase of nature underneath the ocean. Underwater Parks Day is a way to commemorate this often unnoticed and under appreciated aspect of the state’s park system

 

California has had a leading role in recognizing and protecting the natural ecosystems of the coast. It was the first state in the U.S. to develop marine protected areas statewide. These areas would be given special attention in order to protect and preserve their sensitive ecosystems.

 

In 1999 the MLPA (Marine Life Protection Act) required California to overhaul their treatment of marine protected areas leading to the well kept and extensive “underwater parks” the state enjoys today. Underwater Parks day is a great opportunity to appreciate the effort that has gone into preserving these natural resources.

 

Enjoy Underwater Parks day 2014 at the Ty Warner Sea Center! 

On January 18th, enjoy underwater parks day at the Ty Warner Sea Center. From 10am to 3pm The Center is hosting a special celebration to commemorate Underwater Parks Day that will include interactive activities for people of all ages including feeding demonstrations at 12:20, 1:30 and 2:30pm. Participants will also receive a tote bag and poster while supplies last.

 

For more information about the event, contact Jacki Hunt (jhunt@sbnature2.org) or call 805-962-2526 ext 110.

 

The Ty Warner Sea Center, located at 211 Stearns Wharf Santa Barbara, is owned and operated by the  Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History and its goal is “to inspire a passion for the natural world”. Some of its highlights include a two-story life size model of California Gray whale as well as up close and personal tide pool observation.

 

DETAILS

Underwater Parks Day at the Ty Warner Sea Center

Dates: January 18th

Times: 10am to 3pm

Admission: $8 for Adults, Kids Free

Location: 211 Stearns Wharf, Santa Barbara, CA 93101

Phone: 805-962-2526

Email: jhunt@sbnature2.org

 

WHERE TO STAY

Inn at East Beach

Whatever makes your ideal California weekend getaway, The Inn at East Beach Hotel in Santa Barbara is here to help you stay well – and well within your budget! 1029 Orilla Del Mar, Santa Barbara, CA 93103. 805-965-0546.

www.innateastbeach.com

No comments