An evening of Ocean Plastics awareness and student films exploring problem-solving in our region's Blue Economy sector hosted by CARE for the Cape and Islands at CCCC (5-7pm). View the documentary “Straws”, a locally produced “Skip the Straw” film about students taking action against plastics in the ocean, and student films about their work with regional STEM-rich institutions.
OPAK will have a table highlighting some our students work to protect the ocean! We hope to see you there.
Also make sure to register for other Cape Cod STEM Week Events: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScevSqGKtkipaYzub1EkWvP-B6EZbXU8HXbxM3rKvtw6O-y3g/viewform?c=0&w=1
OPAK is on a mission to keep the celebration of our ocean going strong. June 8th is World Oceans Day and on June 10th we are going to celebrate in Osterville with a FREE Screening of Mission Blue! This is a great way for the whole family to learn about famed ocean explorer and oceanographer Dr. Sylvia Earle.
Following the film OPAK will have a few ocean-themed activities for the whole family to enjoy. While this event is FREE, donations to OPAK would be greatly appreciated.
Please contact Jeffrey Morgan at email@example.com with any questions!
Join us at the Chatham Orpheum Theater for a screening of Mission Blue to celebrate World Oceans Day. Following the screening we will have a short Q&A focused around Ocean Advocacy! Light refreshments will be for sale.
To get your FREE Tickets visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/one-ocean-one-cape-cod-a-marine-celebration-tickets-42446595911
We will be sponsoring a beach clean up for the Monomoy Regional Middle School 7th graders in honor of World Oceans Day! 150 of us will go to Hardings Beach in Chatham, MA to clean, protect and preserve our local ecosystem! Afterwards we will conduct water quality testing with our EarthEco Kits.
Make sure you join us for an exciting day of Plankton & Plastics at the Cape Cod Mini Make Faire on Saturday April 28th from 10am to 4pm! The event will be at the Mashpee High School!
See who will be there with us: http://capecod.makerfaire.com/makers-exhibits/
Join us for an exciting day in Cambridge, MA for our exhibit: "The Microscopic Ocean: Plankton & Plastics"
Last year the event had around 15,000 visitors with over 100 exhibits!
More Info at: https://www.cambridgesciencefestival.org/
Join us for a great day at Drummer Boy Park in Brewster (next to the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History) and explore the marine world! We will be doing seining demonstrations and oyster shell art. It is a day not to be missed! See you there.
Check out this link for more information about the event: http://brewsterconservationtrust.org/save-date-brewster-conservation-day-july-8th/