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Kayak Dave
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Fri Oct 02, 2009 12:08 pm

In case you haven't read about it in the PNJ, Navarre Press, or on TV, this Sat. Oct 3 is Coastal Encounters and grand opening of Navarre Science Station weekend. For kids of all ages. Come on out and I bet you'll be saying WOW!!


Please join us for this fun filled day!!!

WHAT: Coastal Encounters: Grand Opening of the Navarre Beach Marine Science Station!

A site of the Santa Rosa County Beaches to Woodlands Tour

WHEN: Saturday, Oct. 3, 2009 10 am - 2 pm

WHERE: Navarre Beach Marine Science Station
8638 Blue Heron Circle, Navarre Beach, FL

COST: Free admission

CONTACT: Chris Verlinde 623-3868
Debbie Holland 983-5359

Join us for Coastal Encounters: Grand Opening of the Navarre Beach Marine Science Station Celebration on Saturday, October 3, 2009, 10 am until 2 pm. The Navarre Beach Marine Science Station is located at the county park on Navarre Beach. Join us for this fun filled day!

As part of the Beaches to Woodlands Tour, this event is one of many throughout Santa Rosa County that will showcase the coastal and natural areas of our county and feature the grand opening of the Navarre Beach Marine Science Station. Navarre High School Marine Biology students will present many hands-on activities such as: shark myths eat an estuary, marine debris, fish painting, shell identification, sea turtles, shark dissection and more!

In addition, environmental education activities and displays will be provided by local organizations, agencies, and schools. Participants will be able to tour the Marine Science Station and learn about opportunities of how they can support the station. Several displays will focus on various issues such as protecting area waterways and coastal habitats. Information on sharks, water safety, disaster preparedness and other local environmental issues will be included. Learn about live marine critters at the touch tank, experience kayaking and fishing. Arts & craft activities will include making sea turtle maracas; make a shark tooth necklace, fish painting and more!

Chris Verlinde
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6263 Dogwood Drive, Milton, FL 32570
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Kenny Wilder
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Fri Oct 02, 2009 1:20 pm

Dale and I plan to come out early in the morning before the Alabama vs. Kentucky football game starts at 11:00am on TV.

We are very excited about the future of the Navarre Beach Marine Science Station and the great impact it will have upon the students of our community. Come on out tomorrow folks and show your support for the “new” Marine Science Station!
Kenny Wilder ~ Owner/Administrator
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