eventS & Volunteer Opportunities

RIGHT WHALE FESTIVAL

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Right Whale Festival 

November 2, 2019 

10:00 am - 6:00 pm

November 3, 2019 

10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Main Beach 

A free family friendly educational festival featuring: 


  • Morning beach clean-up 
  • Beach 5K run/ 1 miles walk
  • 75+ ​ exhibitors focused on marine conservation and education, water recreation and sports, boating and fishing, and other outdoor activities, Selling ocean theme gifts, fine art, photography and crafts
  • Kids activities including a passport program, a right whale obstacle course and bounce houses
  • Lecture tent, live music, food, and more.  

SUMMER 2019 BEACH CLEAN UP

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Amelia Island Beach and Marine Life Conservancy 

Summer 2019 Beach Cleanup


Volunteers needed to devote one evening a week, any time between 5:30PM - 8:30PM, Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.


Volunteers needed: 

Summer 2019 Beach Ambassador program. Volunteers are needed to remove debris beach goers leave behind (i.e. toys, plastics/micro-plastics, styrofoam containers, cigarette butts, etc.). Goal: to remove these items before they can be washed into the ocean, thus protecting marine life and shorebirds. 


If you can devote one evening a week, any time between 5:30PM - 8:30PM, Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend, please email charmontaskforce@gmail.com for details.
 

FIREWORKS DEBRIS CLEANUP

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FREE TIRE DISPOSAL

 A Nassau County Event 


Saturday, July 20, 2019 

8:30 AM – 12:00 PM/NOON

 

LOCATION:

Callahan Convenience Recycling Center, 46026 Landfill Road, Callahan, FL 32011 


Waste tires are not only unsightly they are a health hazard for our community and our environment.  ∗ 


  • Must provide proof of Nassau County Residency. 
  • Residents may bring up to 12 tires, for FREE disposal. 
  • Car and light truck tires only. 
  • Tires must be off the rim and free of debris.  
  • No Commercial loads accepted.  




MAY 1 - Amelia Island Sea Turtle Watch 
Monitoring begins.

 2nd Tuesday monthly - Wild Nite Nature 
Monthly outings - Nassau County Group, Sierra Club

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