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25th Annual Kids’ Ocean Day & Massive Aerial Beach Art Project | Ocean Beach

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Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - 10:00 am | Cost: FREE*
*Free to watch the aeiral art project. Beach cleanup is a private event run directly through the schools.

Ocean Beach | 1000 Great Highway, San Francisco, CA


Nearly 1,000 elementary students, teacher and volunteers will be making a difference at Ocean Beach for the 25th Annual Kids’ Ocean Day Adopt-A-Beach Clean Up.

The Marine Science Institute strives to connect children personally to their immediate outdoor spaces, as well as to the broader marine environment. Through programs like Adopt-A-Beach, children become empowered to protect their local natural areas and become environmental stewards.

25th Annual Kids’ Ocean Day Aeiral Art Project
Wednesday, May 16, 2018 | Clean-up begins at 10 am
Ocean Beach (across from the Beach Chalet), 1000 Great Highway, San Francisco
FREE to watch the art project (participating in the clean up is a private event run though the schools)

Want to Watch? Just make sure to watch from the sidewalk, not the beach – That way they don’t have bodies wandering around when the helicopter is taking photos and random blobs in the photo. 

The event has two exciting activities for the students. The first activity is a beach cleanup, which emphasizes the positive impact that each student can have on the environment.

The second activity is an aerial art project. Over 800 students, teachers, and volunteers will sit in formation on the beach to form an image of a breaching humpback whale over the words “Making Waves”. A helicopter will then fly overhead to capture the image of the students.


Event Details


Cost: FREE*
*Free to watch the aeiral art project. Beach cleanup is a private event run directly through the schools.
Categories: **Annual Event**, *Top Pick*, Kids & Families, Other, Outdoors
Address: 1000 Great Highway, San Francisco, CA

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