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Community Maritime Park

  1. Sea No Limits Fishing Clinic

    October 6, 2018, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm @ Community Maritime Park - Hunter Amphitheater

    Free rods and reels and t-shirts strictly limited to the first 250 applicants (applicant may be accompanied by additional family members/guardians/care takers) Pre-registration ONLY, on a First Come First Served Basis, see website for registration form and instructions.

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  2. Soul Bowl & Public Safety Day

    October 6, 2018, 8:00 am - 2:00 pm @ Community Maritime Park

    Pensacola’s annual youth football showdown in the stadium featuring the SYSA Tigers and other teams by invitation. Plus visit with area Police, Fire and First Responder personnel for a free family-friendly day in the park!

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Play Pensacola

  1. Ocean Hour and Panhandle Yak and Pack by Boat Cleanup

    October 6, 2018, 7:00 am - 10:00 am @ Wayside Park East

    PHYAP with host Jaron Krasnosky and OceanHourFL have joined forces to do a beach cleanup by kayak, boat, paddleboard, canoe or anything that floats for the community to participate in. It launches at 7:00 AM on Saturday, October 6th from Wayside Park East/Visitor Center at the corner of 17th Ave and Bayfront Parkway (entrance is on 17th Ave). Everyone planning to use a kayak or paddleboard that day MUST have a PFD and a whistle on their vessel, as stated by Florida law. l The concept is to navigate along the coast line and pick trash out of the bays just like the regular OceanHourFL cleanups does but done by boat. Currently 10 volunteers have signed up for this event. Bring your kayak, canoe, paddleboard or boat and help clean up the ocean’s environmental issues one piece at a time. As of September 25th, OceanHourFL has hand-picked 11,507 of trash and litter from the water’s edge.

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