International Whale Celebration 2011

June 28, 2011

Images courtesy of Women for Whales

Chris Del Moro, representing Surfers 4 Cetaceans, teams up with Women for Whales as they join forces with global pro-whale groups and local organisations on Jersey, Channel Islands (UK) to ensure that thousands around the world are inspired to celebrate whales – as the International Whaling Commission discusses their deaths. For more information and what you can do to help, click here.

Event Highlights:

  • Film screenings including the UK premiere of S4C’s movie Minds in the Water
  • Presentations by the S4C team and other cetacean/ocean campaigners
  • Art exhibitions, including One Earth ~ One Ocean at the Jersey Arts Centre
  • Surfers paddle-out ceremony for the whales led by S4C (with global surf communities holding paddle-outs on the same day)
  • Benefit gigs and open mic nights
  • Author talks and book signings
  • And much more…

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