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Free & Open to Public Every Saturday in February 2014
SAN SIMEON, Calif., Jan.16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Enjoy the First Annual Ocean Film Screenings on California's Central Coast at the Hearst Castle Theater, featuring a five-story high theater screen, screening every Saturday at 7 pm throughout February. As part of Coastal Discovery & Stewardship Month featuring coastal adventures and stewardship travel activities throughout WineCoastCountry from the Guadalupe Dunes, Edna Valley Wine Country and Avila Beach to Cambria and San Simeon, WineCoastCountry.com presents The Living Sea by McGillivray Freeman Films. Nominated for an Academy Award in 1995 for best documentary short and narrated by Meryl Streep with music by Sting, The Living Sea explores our relationship with the complex and fragile ocean and celebrates our national aquatic and underwater treasures preserved within the National Marine Sanctuary System.
Swim Among the Jellyfish
Shot in exotic locations around the world, audiences swim among thousands of golden jellyfish, witness the bizarre spawning behavior of giant clams, come face-to-face with humpback whales life-size on the giant screen, surf thundering waves in Hawaii and ride in a Coast Guard Rescue boat with cadets training to save lives at Cape Disappointment, home to some of the roughest surf in the world. Visitors and locals alike are invited to join in the celebration of our national aquatic and underwater treasures that are preserved within the National Marine Sanctuary System.
WineCoastCountry's "Coastal Discovery & Stewardship Month" honors California's rich heritage, Highway 1 Discovery Route, and the country's first Stewardship Travel Program (STP). Visitors are invited to explore 10 spectacular regions, all close in proximity in San Luis Obispo County, and rich in history, culture, food, arts, shopping, year round outdoor activities and more: Ragged Point/San Simeon, Cambria, Cayucos, unincorporated Morro Bay, Los Osos/Baywood Park, Avila Beach & Valley, Edna Valley, Arroyo Grande Valley, Oceano and Nipomo.
Throughout February visitors can participate in a plethora of activities for "Coastal Discovery & Stewardship Month" including more than 70 unique Stewardship Travel opportunities. Stewardship Travel is about adding a bit of "doing good and feeling good" to your vacation.
Discover special lodging rates and/or activities during Coastal Discovery & Stewardship Month at www.coastaldiscoveryroute.com/lodging-specials.
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