Pod Pop-Up: Moonlight Beach Walk

We’re kicking off our 2024 with a Pod Pop-Up in Collaboration with the Environmental Science Center (ESC)! The Pod Pop-Up series is dedicated to creating and nurturing intergenerational connections to water. Pop-Up days are open to BIPOC community members of all ages 12+. Join us for a moonlight beach walk and learn about marine life during a low tide at Seahurst Park! ESC will give stewardship tips to protect you and the marine life and provide wildlife guide sheets to help identify them.

Meet us near the restrooms at Seahurst Park to kick off the night. Afterward, we’ll have warm drinks available at the picnic shelter! Bring a flashlight (or borrow one from ESC), waterproof footwear, and warm clothes. Rainboots and beach wheelchairs are available upon request to help meet accessibility needs (see registration form).

What to Expect:

  • Getting your shoes wet & meeting fun sea life creatures!
  • Warm drinks included
  • Transportation support available

The event is free, but has limited spots to ensure both people and sealife are safe. 20 spots of this public event are reserved for Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) community members registering with Sea Potential. For general public registration, please use this form instead.  Please register all attendees over the age of 12. Children under age 12 are welcome to attend this Pod Pop-Up and do not need a separate registration form.

Questions? Contact Sea Potential at info@letsseapotential.com 

REGISTER HERE

Event Details

Fostering BIPOC youth appreciation and connection to marine ecosystems, and transforming the maritime industry with inclusive workplace culture.

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Programs for Ages 12-14

Inspiring young minds with mind-opening experiences about marine biology at the seashore or field trips onboard marine vessels.

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Programs for Ages 15-18

We offer hands-on outdoor experiences for older youth who are considering their future employment and educational opportunities.

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Community Programs

Single-day programs promoting intergenerational connections with water are open to all BIPOC community members ages 12+

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