Support accessible watersports by purchasing tickets to San Diego Festival of the Arts

The San Diego Festival of the Arts is back on June 8th and 9th at Waterfront Park! This annual event features live music, local cuisine, and works of fine art from nearly 200 world-renowned artists, with raffle, silent auction, and wine and beer garden. Proceeds directly support MBAC adaptive watersports programs for persons with disabilities.

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Support accessible watersports by volunteering at SDFA

You can have an amazing day ensuring access to watersports recreation for persons with disabilities by volunteering at the San Diego Festival of the Arts. Happening on June 9 & 10 in Waterfront Park, the festival is produced by the Torrey Pines Kiwanis and San Diego Magazine and is an unforgettable weekend filled with art, food, craft beer, and entertainment. Since its inception in 1987, the San Diego Festival of the Arts has raised in excess of $2.5 million in support of 33+ adaptive sports programs benefiting more than 150,000 San Diegans with disabilities.

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Cleanup Beach

Protecting Our Ocean: 50 pounds of trash collected at MBAC Beach Cleanup

DID YOU KNOW? There are 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic debris in the ocean.

Mission Bay Aquatic Center and 51 community volunteers cleared over 24 pounds of trash and 26 pounds of recycling during the beach cleanup on April 14th! This was one of the most memorable beach clean-ups to date with volunteers collecting some unique and unusual items!

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People on a date on SUP'

Celebrate Valentine’s Day on the bay

Need a creative idea for a fun and exciting way to celebrate Valentine’s day this year? Mission Bay offers the perfect place to enjoy a romantic, outdoor date. In the spirit of love we’ve come up with some awesome date ideas to inspire your creativity, including buy one, get one free kayak or paddleboard rentals.

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