OAC: Ocean Awareness Challenge
Register Now: The second annual OAC event will take place in Laguna Beach on Saturday, November 4th.
- Inspiring presentations by ocean experts
- Showing of the film Humpback Whales
- Music by Laguna’s own Steve & Beth Wood
- Happy hour, dinner and more
To register, please visit their website: Ocean Awareness Challenge
Contact Ocean Awareness Challenge
To be added to their email list, to volunteer for this exciting and worthwhile event, and to find out more information please contact them at Ocean Awareness Challenge Website.
About the OAC
The OAC originated in early 2015 with a group of passionate women sailors from the Women’s Sailing Association – Orange County (WSA-OC). As concerned citizens of the ocean-loving community, the members of WSA-OC were distressed about the fragile state of our ocean’s health. Trash, acidification, plastics and over-fishing are only a few of the huge problems that are affecting our oceans and our planet. They were inspired to help improve the situation and launched the OAC to “Help Save The Blue Heart Of The Earth.”
The overwhelming success of the 2016 OAC event was due to an amazing team of volunteers, donors and supporters and became a more complex event than was originally conceived. As a result, the OAC has been spun off as its own organization dedicated exclusively to ocean awareness events to allow it to grow and pursue its mission and objectives most effectively. Contact the OAC if you wish to be part of the 2017/2018 planning committee at their new Ocean Awareness Challenge Website.
2016 Ocean Awareness Challenge-
Check out highlights from the weekend!