WHAT: HANDS ACROSS THE SAND
WHEN: SATURDAY, AUG 4TH 10AM PADDLE OUT / 12:00-12:15pm JOIN HANDS
WHERE: HARTFORD AVE BEACH APPROACH, DAYTONA (1825 N. A1A)
HARTFORD HAS SOME PARKING SPOTS BUT IS A CLOSED BEACH RAMP.
IF YOU WANT TO PARK ON THE BEACH, USE SEAVIEW OR WILLIAMS.
WHO: SURFRIDER VOLUSIA-FLAGLER CHAPTER – LOOK FOR THE SURFRIDER FLAGS!
Hands Across The Sand has been a global success with thousands of events in all 50 states and over 40 countries worldwide, from New Zealand to Hawaii. Joining hands is a powerful way to say NO to offshore drilling and YES to clean energy!
This movement is not about politics — it is about the protection of our coastal economies, oceans, marine wildlife and fisheries. The accidents that continue to happen in offshore oil drilling are a threat to all of the above. Expanding offshore oil drilling is not the answer; embracing Clean Energy is.
Please try and wear a black shirt/tank to represent drawing a line against dependency on oil/fossil fuels. We encourage everyone to not buy/bring plastic water bottles and to keep this (and all) events minimum waste. We’ll have some Gatorade on hand for you to fill your reusable container! We plan on only leaving footprints in the sand!
The Volusia-Flagler Surfrider Chapter will meet at 10am and Paddle-Out to catch some waves. If the surf isn’t good (or for those who don’t) we’ll do a short beach clean-up. Then we’ll meet on the sand by our tent at 11:30-11:45 and join hands at 12pm. Afterwards, we’ll grill up some beach dogs for everyone so bring a friend and come on out, it should be a fun day!
STEP 1 – Go to the beach by at least 11 AM in your time zone, rain or shine.
STEP 2 – Join hands for 15 minutes starting at 12:00 PM in your time zone forming lines in the sand against oil drilling in your coastal waters. Yes to clean energy.
STEP 3 – Leave only your footprints.
- Use only approved beach accesses and parking.
- Create as long a line or as many lines as you wish.
- Be courteous and respectful to those who disagree with your view.
- Please steer clear of bird nesting areas
- Please steer clear of sea turtle nesting areas
- Please respect any flora and fauna during your event and leave nothing but footprints.
- …enjoy yourself, it’s the beach!