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Go to an event location near you at 11 AM, in your time zone,
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Join hands for 15 minutes at 12:00 PM, in your time zone, forming lines in the sand, or on the land, against dirty fuels. Say yes to clean energy and renewables.
Leave only your footprints. In addition, consider getting involved in a local organization that supports clean energy.
Bruce A. Moeller Volunteer Coordinator, Cocoa Beach Surfrider Foundation
LORI WILSON PARK
1500 N. Atlantic Av.
Cocoa Beach, Fl. 32931
From North, 95 to 528 to about 6 miles South on A1A
West, Beachline/528 to about 6 miles South omA1A
95 to East on
North on A1A about 8 miles
Parking available on the beach or at the approach. Email email@example.com with any questions
The event is going to be held at the county park across from Guppy's Restaurant.
Oceana, Sierra Club and Surfriders Fdn.
Offshore Seismic Blasting & Oil/Gas Drilling
Location: Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier 503 1st St N, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
Time: 11:30 Meet on the south side of the pier, 12:00 Join hands.On the beach, between the lifeguard station & the JB pier.
Take US 1 in Lake Worth to Lake Avenue, travel east to the beach parking areas either lower or upper level. Meet near the pier under the canopy.
Sam Van Leer
5th Street on the Sand
Navigate to: 501 Ocean Drive / MB, FL 33139. ~~
Beach Organizers Needed!
Training starts at 10am. ~~
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/730829760365343 ~~
Brought to you by Urban Paradise Guild, Surfrider SoFla, 350.org Miami & Friends!
Opposing coastal, offshore & Arctic drilling, and Seismic blasting off the East
Location: 27th Avenue and S. Atlantic at the traffic light.
Directions: Take SR 44 into New Smyrna Beach, and then follow Atlantic Avenue south to the traffic light at 27th Avenue. The access is plainly marked with a sign.
Cost: Free entrance and free parking in an unpaved lot.
Hours: Sunrise to 11 pm
Orlando Chapter Surfrider Foundation
On Pensacola Beach, Park West is located directly on the Gulf of Mexico, approximately 2.5 miles from the light at the intersection of Pensacola Beach Blvd., Ft. Pickens Rd., and Via De Luna. Turn right at the intersection and drive west on Ft. Pickens Road toward the Gulf Islands National Seashore. Park West is on the left, Gulf side.
Travel Green Florida Inc.
I-95 EXIT Blue Heron Blvd East to Beach
At the intersection of C.R. 393 & C30A
Meet in the parking lot of Siesta Key Beach.
Southbound: Take N Washington Blvd, S Tamiami Trail, Siesta Dr and Midnight Pass Rd to Beach Rd in Siesta Key.
Northbound: Take US 41 Northbound to FL-72 W/Stickney Point Rd. Take Midnight Pass Rd to Beach Rd in Siesta Key.
350 A1A Beach Blvd, St Augustine, FL
The event will be on the beach at the SJC Pier Park, also known as St Augustine Beach pier...350 A1A Beach Blvd, St Augustine, FL 32080. If funding and sponsorship comes through, I might be renting the pavilion to showcase sponsors, local environmental organizations/groups and educational info.
Suncoast Sierra Club, Surfrider - Suncoast Chapter, St Pete Sustainability Counc
On the Beach Area of Gandy Bridge on the St Pete side, before actually getting on to the bridge. The south side of Gandy Bridge on the sand just east of Channel 10 News Station.
FROM TAMPA - leave Tampa from Gandy Blvd) and head west towards St. Pete. Once you are over the Gandy Bridge you will be on a causeway leading into St. Pete. There will be a sandy beach area to your left (south side of bridge and causeway). Make a left turn across the road and into the sand and look for the cars, people and signs.
FROM ST PETE: you will head east towards Tampa from Gandy Blvd. Look for the cars, people and signs to your right on the beach area and turn in quickly. If you get on the bridge to Tampa, you have gone too far and you will need to cross over to Tampa before you can turn around.
Take the bridge from Eastpoint to St. George Island and go straight ahead as you come off the bridge. The event will take place at the public beach behind the lighthouse at the center of the island. We will ask you to sign in at the pavilion between the lighthouse and the beach. Ample parking is available in the lot just west of the lighthouse.
South of Beachland Boulevard on Ocean Drive. Vero Beach 32963 (barrier island).
The following organizations have passed resolutions against oil drilling in Florida waters.