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Fish Tagging Program- Something Fishy Virtual Camp

When:
August 11, 2020 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm America/New York Timezone
2020-08-11T14:00:00-04:00
2020-08-11T15:00:00-04:00
Where:
ZOOM
Cost:
Free
Contact:
New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center
508-993-8894

Researching and studying fish are really important to understanding how many fish live in the ocean! Join us for a virtual program with special guests from the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries to learn more about the fish that live off our coast and what it means to “tag” a fish!

This is a free, virtual program. Click here to register, https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4680203

This program does not take place at the Fishing Heritage Center. The virtual program takes place on a ZOOM Meeting. Register in advance on Brown Paper Tickets to receive the link and password to join the ZOOM Meeting.

ZOOM is a free video conferencing app that can be accessed on a computer, tablet or smartphone.

New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center’s annual Something Fishy Camp is going virtual this summer! Every Tuesday afternoon from July 7th to August 4th, the Center will host a performer or speaker to lead a digital program over ZOOM. All programs are free! Families interested in participating in any of these programs should register using the provided Brown Paper Tickets link in order to receive the necessary password to join the ZOOM Meeting. Learn more about Something Fishy Camp at https://fishingheritagecenter.org/virtual-camp/

Something Fishy Summer Camp is produced by New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center in partnership with New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park and the Whaling History Alliance. Funding is provided by New Bedford Day Nursery, New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park, and BayCoast Bank.

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38 Bethel Street
New Bedford, MA 02740
508-993-8894

Located in New Bedford, the nation’s most valuable fishing port, New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center is dedicated to preserving and presenting the story of the fishing industry past, present, and future through exhibits, programs, and archives.

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