Ohana Day 2010 was held in Seal Beach California on April 18th.
The free event is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Ohana Day is designed as a family beach day for relaxation, fun and environmental education. It’s just in time for Earth Day.
Families can take advantage of free surf lessons, interactive information on ocean pollution, a recycling demonstration turning milk cartons into treasures, a bodyboarding clinic, skateboard lessons, a rescue demonstration by the Seal Beach lifeguards, live music, and a raffle featuring merchandise from a variety of supporting vendors in the beach communities.
Kids ages 6-12 years can participate in the Skatedogs skateboard lesson needing only a skateboard, helmet and knee/elbow pads along with their parent to sign a release waiver for one of the two sessions (9:30 & 10:15).