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Tony Sasso, Cathy Harrelson
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For more information, contact Tony Sasso, Cathy Harrelson.
Go to the beach at 11 AM in your time zone for one hour, rain or shine.
Join hands for 15 minutes at 12:00 PM in your time zone forming lines in the sand against oil drilling in your coastal waters. Yes to clean energy.
Leave only your footprints.
Event covers all Clearwater Beach. Just park and line up with signs.
Also Beach cleanup from 11:30 to 1:30 pm https://www.spcollege.edu/survey/13187
321 258 8217
On A1A just about a mile or so South of Ron Jon's. Big park, with big sign and w/two entrances, either will get you there.
Volusia-Flagler Surfrider Chapter
Look for the Surfrider flags on the beach near the Hartford Avenue approach at 1825 N. A1A in Daytona Beach. Hartford has some parking but is a closed ramp. If you want to park on the beach use Seaview (just south, if open) or Williams (just north at the light). We are organizing in conjunction with Helena, bring a friend and join us!
From International Speedway Blvd. take a left on Atlantic Ave. heading north. Pass the Main St. and Seabreeze Blvd. interesections. Continue past the Americano hotel. Take a right on Hartford Ave. Park on the beach ramp. Additional parking is available on the street or at Steve's Diner.
North Pavilion / Life Guard Stand # 1 / North of the Pier
Surfrider Foundation of Broward County
Da Big Kahuna is located on the 3rd floor of Beach Place on Fort Lauderdale Beach overlooking the beach. Metered parking below and behind Beach Place.
FREE Beach Flow Yoga class 10:30am-11:30am. Join hands at noon. Followed by raffle prices and local live music ALL DAY!
I95 To Broward blvd, head east on Broward blvd until you reach the beach.
Crescent Beach Family Park on Estero Blvd, just over the bridge, across from McDonalds
White Avenue... Holmes Beach
Anna maria Island
turn right after the manatee bridge
take Gulf drive about 3 miles to the Cross Point church on the right
turn left, park in lot and walk straight up White ave to the beach path on the right
We will meet on the beach in front of Joe's Crab Shack and the Jacksonville Beach Lifeguard Station at 11 am. At 12:00 PM we will join hands for 15 minutes forming a line in the sand against oil drilling in Florida
From the north, exit I95 at 10th Ave S., go east to S. Dixie Highway, then south to Lake Ave, east over the bridge to the beach parking area. From the south, exit I95 at 6th Avenue, go east to S. Dixie Highway, then north to Lake Ave, follow east to beach. From West, take Lake Worth Road east until it changes to Lake Avenue at the circle, then east to beach.
Gabriel de la Iglesia
Keystone XL Pipeline
Miami Beach, FL
Urban Paradise Guild
501 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33138 Meet on the sand at 5th Street.
Coal Fired Power Plants
Urban Paradise Guild
501 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33138
Meet on the sand at 5th Street.
Parking & Driving hints will be posted on Facebook, and at
We hope to arrange aerial photography for local gatherings.
8579 Gulf Blvd. From U.S. 98 in Navarre turn south onto Navarre Beach Causeway (FL 399). Follow road to stop sign and turn right. Pier and parking lot are immediately on the left. We will be meeting in the parking lot or one of the adjacent pavillions. We will have a big sign.
The Host is unable to make the event. If there is someone that can step up and organize this 15 minute message of solidarity that would be great! if not, please visit the Lake worth or Deerfield event. From South of Woolbright-Travel North on I95 and take exit for Woolbright, head east toward the beach. Make a right on A1A. go approx .5miles and Tropical Drive is on your left.
From North of Woolbright-Head South on I-95 and take Woolbright Exit east toward the beach. Make a right on A1A and go approx .5 miles until you see Tropical Dr. on your left.
57 S Ivanhoe Blvd
Orlando, FL 32885
From Granada, travel about two miles south on A1A. The park is located on the East side of the street.
Join us at 41 Fort Pickens Road, Pensacola Beach, Florida. Casino Beach is on the Gulf of Mexico side of Santa Rosa Island. You'll find Casino Beach where Pensacola Beach Boulevard intersects Ft. Pickens Road and Via DeLuna. We will gather at the Pavilion, on the Gulf almost due south from the intersection.
At the intersection of C-30A & Route 393, Santa Rosa Beach
Behind Bud & Alley's Restaurant on the beach
Transition Sarasota and the Sierra Club
10:00am: MEET AT SOUTHGATE: Towards the NW corner of the mall's parking lot (3501 S Tamiami Trl), we'll have free bagels and coffee for event participants, and S.C.A.T. will be handing out free round-trip bus passes.
10:30am: LOW-CARBON CARAVAN: Ride your bike, board the bus, or join an electric vehicle parade to the beach.
11:00am: CONVERGE ON THE BEACH: There will be a tent set up in the shade about 100 yards East of the main pavilion where you can pick up informational materials and learn from a variety of speakers what you can do to reduce your dependence on fossil fuels.
11:30am: JOIN HANDS: Join hands with fellow community members for a few minutes at the shoreline as a symbolic act of resistance against offshore oil drilling and in protection of our most treasured natural resource.
From East or West Highway 98 turn onto Island Drive (Hwy 300) in Eastpoint, drive toward Island (there will be signs for state park), drive approximate mile to Bryant Patton Bridge, cross bridge to St George Island. When coming off bridge you will be on Franklin Blvd. Go straight ahead to Lighthouse Park on E Gulf Beach Drive. Large parking lot for beach access, on right side of park, smaller near tennis courts on left. Walk across boardwalk to beach, we will be at end of walk towards the water. Gather at 11:50 to join hands at 12:00 (EST) to 12:15! For more info call Lucia Delphinus at 850-284-6372.
Earth's Lifeline Global Warriors
Saint Johns County Pier Park
Ocean Pier, 350 A1a Beach Blvd
Saint Augustine, FL 32080
Sierra Club Big Bend Group, Surfrider Foundation and ReThink Energy Florida
FLORIDA CAPITOL - Waller Park
300 S Monroe St, Tallahassee, FL 32301
This event will be held at Waller Park (Dolphin Fountain) at The Florida State Capitol Complex, facing Duval Street and across from The Florida Supreme Court.
Parking is available at Kleman Plaza (for a fee) slightly further North on Duval St., between W College Ave. and W. Pensacola Street. There is also plenty of metered parking (free on weekends) along Duval Street, College and Park Avenues, as well as plenty of spots on Gaines Street.
Using the address of WTSP-TV Channel 10 so this can be entered easily into your GPS. The bridge and causeway are about 3 miles long.
WTSP-TV Channel 10 CBS
11450 Gandy Blvd N
Saint Petersburg, Florida
We will be less than a mile east of that location on the other side of the causeway-there is no real address for the location. The bridge itself is east of that (if you are heading into Tampa). Look for the cars and signs. If you are coming from St. Pete, we will be on the right hand side--if you go over the bridge you have gone too far, will have to go into Tampa and do a U-turn and head back over. If you are coming from Tampa, you will go over the bridge first and look for us to your left.
Surfrider Foundation Suncoast Chapter, the Sierra Club and the Gulf Restoration
The Bilmar Beach Resort
10650 Gulf Boulevard
Treasure Island, FL 33706
On the gulf at the intersection of Gulf Drive and the Treasure Island Causeway (aka the western terminus of Central Ave.)
Join us on Thursday, May 16 at 7pm First Unity Church (460 46th Avenue N) in St Petersburg for a kick off to Hands on Saturday.
Celebrate past Hands events and discuss how we can help move Beyond Oil
On the gulf at the intersection of Gulf Drive and Treasure Island Causeway (aka the western terminus of Central Ave.)
Plan to bike, car pool or take public transit to Treasure Island or Clearwater Beach to show you’re choosing to reduce your dependence on oil!
9 AM - Beach Clean Up
9:45 AM Paddle Board Races
10:30 AM Press Conference
Noon - Hands Across the Sand!!
If you ever go to one of America’s Best Beaches along Gulf Blvd., you know that parking is always tight. That’s certainly true of Treasure Island. The closest lots to the Bilmar are (have bike racks as well!)
Gulf Front Park Lot @ 104th Ave. & Gulf Blvd.
Community Center @ Park Place & 106th Ave.
St. Pete’s lot @ 112th Ave. Gulf Blvd.
Avoid parking and get there easily with PSTA! Take the Suncoast Beach Trolley to Treasure Island from anywhere north or south on Gulf Blvd. Trolley runs every half hour for just $2, gets you there in a few minutes. Or from downtown St. Pete, take the Central Ave. Trolley to St. Pete Beach, then just 5 minutes later catch the Suncoast Beach trolley up to Treasure Island.
Fins and Fluke
From the mainland- head east onto the 17th street bridge, go straight at the intersection of 17th st. and 1A and South Beach park will be right in front of you when 17th st. ends.
The following organizations have passed resolutions against oil drilling in Florida waters.