Party for the Ocean

Family Event Explores Ocean Health
PLUS screening of Ocean Frontiers III: Leaders in Ocean Stewardship & the New Blue Economy

Monday, July 17, 2017 
10 am – 3 pm

This family-friendly event was FREE to the public.

Ocean health and marine science was front and center on July 17. Visitors celebrated the ocean and learned about marine life at the Museum’s 2017 Party for the Ocean. The powerful new film Ocean Frontiers III: Leaders in Ocean Stewardship & the New Blue Economy was screened throughout the day. The film and activities in the Museum’s lobby were free for everyone. Access to the Museum’s other exhibits and galleries during Party for the Ocean was subject to regular admission fees. (free for Museum members)

During the annual Party for the Ocean, visitors can experience how whales stay warm, how they see, hear, and stay afloat, including a opportunity to explore inside a 43-foot inflatable humpback whale. Also featured this year was an up-close-and-personal ocean touch table from the Lloyd Center for the Environment, and other activities presented by Buttonwood Park Zoo and Buzzards Bay Coalition.

About the Film
Ocean Frontiers III: Leaders in Ocean Stewardship & the New Blue Economy explores the intersection of national security, marine commerce, and conservation. The film tells the story of how ocean planning helps us manage and balance all the uses of our ocean to keep it thriving for generations to come. Ocean Frontiers III features rare underwater footage of stunning marine life along the coast from Virginia to Maine, and interviews with a range of people who are leading the way to a sustainable and thriving ocean.

This event was made possible, in part, by the Buttonwood Park Zoo, Buzzards Bay Coalition, and Lloyd Center for the Environment.

Groups of 10 or more: Contact the Museum.

Ocean Frontiers III: Leaders in Ocean Stewardship & the New Blue Economy