Pacifica Beach Coalition Earth Day cleanup and celebration, Saturday, April 16

Press release

By on Sun, March 27, 2011


Make A Whale Of A Difference on Saturday, April 16, with the Pacifica Beach Coalition’s Earth Day Action and Celebration.  Everyone is welcome – fun for all ages – families, individuals, organizations and businesses will all be participating.

Earth Day Action - 9:00am - 11:30am Sites throughout Pacifica (Check out the Google map of current sites and project on our website)
Earth Day Celebration—11:30am - 3:30pm Pacifica State Beach (Linda Mar) south parking lot

Join the Pacifica Beach Coalition and premiere sponsor Recology of the Coast, by taking action and making an impact on our precious coastal environment. Clean-up at beaches, bluffs, public areas and neighborhood streets; habitat restoration at Linda Mar, Pedro Point Headlands and Mori Point; invasive plant removal; and, beautification projects will be conducted throughout the area. The site map, waiver forms and registration information are easily accessible online.

After the Earth Day Action, Join the Celebration!  What’s Happening:

  • Music by Pollo del Mar, the Linda Martians, and a special performance by local school musicians.
  • Guest Speakers including Lincoln Shaw from Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (Whale Wars), a representative from the California Gray Whale Coalition, and local dignitaries.
  • Additional organizations on-hand to share awareness and information including: The Marine Mammal Center, Sierra Club Loma Prieta Chapter,  California Gray Whale Coalition, Pacifica’s Environmental Family, Pacifica Gardens, Pacifica Shorebird Alliance, Pacifica Garden Club, Master Composters, Master Gardeners, Pacifica Resource Center, Pacifica School Volunteers, the City of Pacifica/San Mateo County Water Pollution Prevention Program, and more.
  • Activities including:  Chair Massages; Segway Demonstrations;; Knock Down Litter Game; Earth Ball Activity; Face Painting, Music and Tot Play hosted by local singer songwriter Linda Tringali and more