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Miami Seaquarium Celebrates 62nd Anniversary with Beach Clean-Up at Historic Virginia Key Beach Park

Community Event, Education, Volunteer Event

Join the Miami Seaqurium as they celebrate their 62nd anniversary! To commemorate the occasion, the park is hosting a beach clean-up on Sunday, September 24 at the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park. Volunteers or “Reef Rangers” will spend the morning collecting harmful litter and debris along the beach. Then, as a special thank you, beach clean-up participants will receive free admission to Miami Seaquarium for the day. “Reef Ranger” volunteers participating in the beach clean-up will also receive free admission to Historic Virginia Key Beach until 9:00 a.m. Check in time is from 7:30 a.m.-8:00 a.m. Join Miami Seaquarium staff at the Chikee Village area to pick up your trash bucket, enter the recycling raffle, participate in educational games, and visit participating organization’s educational booths. The first 50 participants that arrive will receive a free Miami Seaquarium reusable water bottle. ‘Reef Ranger’ volunteers are asked to wear closed-toe shoes, gloves and bring your own reusable water bottle. Registration is not required; however, volunteers are encouraged to RSVP via the park’s Facebook event page.