B Ocean Beach Cleanup

Naked Crab, Seabreeze Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA

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Partnered with Nova Southeastern University Marine Program and Broward County Sea Turtle Conservation Program.

We invite the community to join together and rebound from the recent global pandemic and give back to Mother Earth with compassion and dedication to do better and keep our beaches clean! We as an art collective, are always striving to integrate art into everyday lives, and by doing our part in saving the environment, our talented collective of interdisciplinary artists will transform the discarded objects found during our beach cleanup into visual forms and send a positive message to the world. ‘B Ocean Beach Cleanup‘ is every second Saturday from 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM.

We recommend parking on the southern most side of the Fort Lauderdale Beach Park (Address is Fort Lauderdale Beach Park 1150 Seabreeze Blvd Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316). You will see our tents. Single-use masks, gloves, cleanup buckets and sanitizer will be provided.

 

**Due to strict COVID precautions we do not allow ticket purchases larger than 10 or groups of participants on the beach larger than 6.

**Face masks must be worn throughout the B Ocean Resort “Follow the Sun” Exhibit to respect precautionary guidelines set forth by CDC & B Ocean standards.

**By signing up for this event, as well as participating throughout the 6 month exhibit, you understand that professional photography or videography may be taken in your behalf for promotional / marketing materials shared on @Twenty6NorthProductions or @BOceanResort media outlets. Please email our team directly if you do not want photos of yourself or family to be used online.

 

The art community thanks you. The sea turtles we are protecting thank you. We thank you. Together, we can paint this world a little more vivid.

 

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Naked Crab, Seabreeze Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA

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