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Sat, 30 Jul

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Kinghorn

Kinghorn Beach Day

Kinghorn Beach Day in celebration of Marine Week, the Ecology Centre will run three activities starting at 9:45am and finishing at 1pm

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Kinghorn Beach Day
Kinghorn Beach Day

Time & Location

30 Jul 2022, 09:40 – 13:00

Kinghorn, Kinghorn Beach, 1 St James Pl, Kinghorn, Burntisland KY3 9SU, UK

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About the event

Marine Week is an annual event which runs from the last week in July through the first week in August, in celebration of our marine environment the Ecology Centre is organising a beach day. This event will commence at 9:45am on Saturday the 30th of July on Kinghorn Beach. We will run three sessions over the course of the three hours, which will include: rockpooling, monoprinting and a sand sculpture session. All rockpooling and art equipment will be supplied, but feel free to bring any seashore equipment of your own (e.g. buckets, spades etc.) as these will be useful for the sand sculpting session. All sessions will have a marine focus, during the rockpooling session you can expect to learn about the fascinating creatures that live along our coast, through the monoprinting session you will explore the shapes and patterns of the different seaweed species and create beautiful images using simple print techniques. To finish off the day we will have a fun sand sculpting competition, participants can draw upon their experiences that day to inspire their creations. There will be a prize awarded for the best sculpture.

This event is a free event, however we ask you to give a donation, all proceeds will go towards the Ecology Centre. This event is advertised for children over the age of 6 with all children to be accompanied by an adult. We strongly advise that all attendees come dressed suitably and that they don sensible footwear for uneven rocky terrain. Please bring food and water as these will not be provided.

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