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Beach Rescue Project

Bolsa Chica State Beach, Calif./Barefootwine.com
How do you improve on a summer stroll along the beach? How about by making it a community-bettering, soul-purifying, mood-lifting-via-free-wine stroll?

That’s just what the Barefoot Wine Beach Rescue Project does, and it’s coming to a surfside near you.

The project, a collaboration between Barefoot Wine and the Surfrider Foundation, encourages residents to help keep their beaches “barefoot friendly” by volunteering to clean up litter, restore dunes and plant native species.

In return (in addition to the swell of pride you get from performing such philanthropic acts) Barefoot rewards you with a post-cleanup celebration of wine, music and beach-inspired food.

The tour is hitting 25 cities across the US on Saturdays through August. This weekend, beaches in Washington, DC; Boston, Mass.; Amagansett, NY; and Long Beach, Calif. are the targeted cleanup sites.

The Boston event will be held at King’s Beach in Lynn (which could use it, apparently), 10a-1p this Saturday, followed by a party at Nahant’s Tides Restaurant from 2-4p.

Check out Barefoot’s site for details about all upcoming Beach Rescue tour stops.

If any Captivate viewers out there participate, let us know at kscribner@captivate.com. Send us photos and maybe you’ll end up on Captivate Network.

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“Beach Rescue Project”