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MYSTIC AQUARIUM'S 4th ANNUAL SEAL SPLASH

MYSTIC AQUARIUM'S 4th ANNUAL SEAL SPLASH Photo
MYSTIC AQUARIUM'S 4th ANNUAL SEAL SPLASH Photo
MYSTIC AQUARIUM'S 4th ANNUAL SEAL SPLASH Photo
MYSTIC AQUARIUM'S 4th ANNUAL SEAL SPLASH Photo
MYSTIC AQUARIUM'S 4th ANNUAL SEAL SPLASH Photo
MYSTIC AQUARIUM'S 4th ANNUAL SEAL SPLASH Photo

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EVENT DATE: Feb 18, 2017

DEADLINE TO GIVE: Mar 01, 2017

Join the fun and take the plunge to raise money for Mystic Aquarium’s Animal Rescue Program!

10:30am – 12:30pm
Splash @ 12:00pm
Zbierski House
1 Beach Pond Road
Groton, CT 06340

 

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED: If you still wish to sign up, please register at the event between 10:30 - 11:30. Registration is $25 per person.

 

We hope you will join the hardiest of Mystic Aquarium’s friends and jump into the Long Island Sound, all to raise much-needed funds for Mystic Aquarium’s Animal Rescue Program.

 

Registration and check-in begins at 10:30am with music and refreshments. Plus, meet the stars of our Animal Rescue Team who are making a difference in the lives of animals every day!

 

New Prizes This Year!

Raise $150 in addition to your registration fee and receive a hooded sweatshirt.  (Please select a t-shirt size when you register, so that we know what size you want) There are prizes for the top individual and team fundraisers. 

Community Fundraising Challenge! 
Teams of Police, Fire and EMS personnel-Show off your civic pride by forming a Seal Splash Team!  Top fundraising municipal team will win five (5) complimentary family memberships to be given to deserving families within your community. 

 

Enjoy the “coolest” event of the year for a good cause!

Mystic Aquarium’s Animal Rescue Team acts as first responders for animals in need along the 1,000 miles of coastline throughout CT, RI and Fishers Island, NY. Our team of staff and volunteers provide specialized and compassionate care for the rehabilitation of stranded and injured animals with the ultimate goal of releasing them back into their natural habitat. To date the Aquarium has responded to more than 1,500 stranded seals, whales, dolphins, porpoises, sea turtles and even a manatee.