Apr 14 - HCA Annual Picnic
Apr
14
1:00 PM13:00

Apr 14 - HCA Annual Picnic

Please join us for our 17th Annual Picnic

  • WHERE: Bings Landing, South Pavilion
  • WHEN: Saturday April 14 (no rain date)
  • TIME: 1 PM to 3 PM

***   Music by the Coconuts ***

Each meal will also have coleslaw, beans, tea or lemonade, and dessert

Purchase your meal by April 12

Please arrive before 2:30 PM to pick up your food

There are two parking areas at Bings Landing. The north lot has room for about 30 cars and the south lot has room for about 50 cars. 

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Mar 6 - Dune Protection - History and Future Challenges
Mar
6
7:00 PM19:00

Mar 6 - Dune Protection - History and Future Challenges

Steve Davis and David Eckert have been looking at some of the challenges facing our coastline in recent times and what we may face moving forward. Mr. Davis is a retired architect who helped organize the sea wall group in the Painter's Hill area. Mr. Eckert is an engineer who spearheaded the Hammock Dunes HOA FEMA protective dunes project post Hurricane Matthew.

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Nov 7 - Maia Mcguire, PhD: Microplastics and plastic pollution
Nov
7
7:00 PM19:00

Nov 7 - Maia Mcguire, PhD: Microplastics and plastic pollution

Maia Mcguire, Sea Grant agent with the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences will present "Eight ways to save the ocean: How to reduce microplastic pollution.”

Most of us know not to throw trash, especially plastic, into the ocean. But some of our daily routines, such as putting on deodorant or doing laundry, do just that, though this plastic may be too small to see with the naked eye. Though they are small, these microplastics can have negative ecological impacts when eaten by marine life.

Each time you wash your face or brush your teeth, you just may be adding microscopic bits of plastic into the aquatic environment. These tiny particles never biodegrade and are accidentally eaten by marine life, threatening their health. Toxins in the environment are attracted to and can easily adhere to their surface.

We will discuss ways that each of us can reduce our contribution to the growing problem of plastic waste.

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