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Event: Awakening Jamaica Exhibiton
Event Date: 08/06/15 10:00AM
Contact #: 305-375-1657
Location: 101 West Flagler St
Description: This exhibition features more than 50 of prints of Jamaica in the 1890's.. Visitors will learn about the creation and impact of the images, featuring urban and rural views of the island in the late 19th century. Also on display will be archival items related to the studio of Valentine & Sons and the 1893 Chicago World's Fair.
Event: Coral Gables Waterway Canoe Tour
Event Date: 08/29/15 10:00AM
Contact #: 305-365-3018
Location: 3401 SW 72 Avenue
Description: Explore the history of Coral Gables in this leisurely canoe paddle through the City Beautiful. This guided tour will teach you all about the man-made waterway’s delightful blend of unique vistas, abundant wildlife, and historic landmarks. This trip meets at the A.D. Barnes Park EcoCenter; please bring plenty of drinking water (at least one quart), closed-toe shoes, and protection from the sun.
Event: Little Rangers - Crandon Park EcoClub
Event Date: 08/29/15 10:00AM
Contact #: 305-361-6767
Location: 6767 Crandon Blvd.
Description: Explore nature through hands-on learning about conservation. Help to keep our beaches clean, learn about sea-turtle and shorebird nesting in Crandon Park along with other native species! This event focuses on learning about the sea turtles that nest in Crandon Park! Take a walk down to the nesting area and learn how to lay eggs just like a turtle! We may even get lucky and get to see a live turtle hatchling!
Event: Sea Kayak & Snorkel Adventure
Event Date: 08/30/15 09:30AM
Contact #: 305-361-6767
Location: 6767 Crandon Blvd.
Description: Kayak on the beautiful shallow waters of Key Biscayne and explore the protected areas of the Bear Cut Preserve where land meets the sea. Join us as we paddle out past the sea-grass beds to a 6,000 year old fossil reef to snorkel and observe the tropical fish, spotted eagle rays, sea stars, and coastal birds that share this fragile and unique environment. This trip meets at the Crandon Park EcoCenter; please bring plenty of drinking water (at least one quart), closed-toe shoes, and protection from the sun.
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