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Fri, Mar 29


Chinatown Public Library

Salty Spring Beach Bash

CNC invites Chinatown Youth Council and SEACA to a relaxing beach day at Leo Carrillo State Beach

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Salty Spring Beach Bash
Salty Spring Beach Bash

Time & Location

Mar 29, 2024, 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Chinatown Public Library, 639 N Hill St, Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA

About the Event

Community Nature Connection, Southeast Asian Community Alliance, and Chinatown Teen Council are excited to host you on a Salty Spring Beach Bash. With the right conditions and timing of the tides, there's a chance to take a glimpse of the underwater world. Enjoy the day on a relaxing and enjoyable beach day with the chance to swim (lifeguard will be present). If the tide pools are low, keep in mind that your shoes might get wet and sandy. We are expecting the day to be mostly sunny, so bring proper attire and/or products to protect your skin.

Meet at Chinatown Library, 639 N Hill St, Los Angeles, CA 90012 at 8:30am. We will be departing to Leo Carrillo State Beach on a school bus. 

Things to bring

 Lunch, water, snacks

Reusable water bottle

Sturdy shoes, sandals

Towels, beach chair

Sun protection

Bathing suit

Change of clothes

The average temperature of Leo Carrillo State Beach around this time of the year is 60°-70°F (subject to change), so layer up with thin layers that can easily be added or removed (think of layers like an onion!). 

If you need any access needs (ways that we can help you have a safe and enjoyable experience) to make your trip as comfortable as possible or need to communicate with CNC staff about our Transit to Trails, please reach out to our Program Coordinator Kya, AND

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