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Sunday April 5, 2020 to Thursday April 9, 2020

Sunday April 05, 2020 2 Events

Ocean Sole Sculpture Exhibition

Ocean Sole  Exhibition Indian River County
Date: Monday December 23, 2019 through Sunday May 31, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Mckee Botanical Garden
Address: 350 U.S. Highway 1 Vero Beach
Price: $15 Adults, $13 Seniors, $10 Children (2-12). McKee members and children under 2 free.
Category: Arts / Exhibits
McKee’s Ocean Sole Exhibition will be on display throughout the Garden from November 1, 2019 through May 31, 2020. This exhibition features 40 brightly colored, whimsical hand-crafted marine species sculptures made from recycled flip flops that have washed upon the shores of Africa and were created by artisans from Ocean Sole located in Kenya.



The story of each sculpture begins as a flip flop on someone’s feet, which is later discarded and ultimately ends up in our earth’s waterways, landfills and oceans. The artists collect, clean, compress and carve it into beautiful art. The sculptures are made from upcycled EVA rubber flip flops, contact adhesive glue, and in some of the larger sculptures, recycled Styrofoam and wire.



Ocean Sole’s mission is to turn flip flop pollution into inspiring art to promote conservation and create employment. Their focus is 100% on conservation entrepreneurship. Ocean Sole positively impacts over 1,000 Kenyans through the collection of flip flops and direct employment. Their masterpieces create employment for a country that has 40% unemployment, but also sends a message about how we can help our planet, our oceans and people. Revenue generated from the sale of these sculptures helps clean up the beaches, provide vocational and educational programs to Kenyans, and supports conservation efforts. Over 80% of land waste ends up in our seas, impacting both human and marine life. Recycling efforts on the East African coast have made significant improvements to the environment and the quality of life within the areas which Ocean Sole operates and impacts.

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Monday April 06, 2020 2 Events

Ocean Sole Sculpture Exhibition

Ocean Sole  Exhibition Indian River County
Date: Monday December 23, 2019 through Sunday May 31, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Mckee Botanical Garden
Address: 350 U.S. Highway 1 Vero Beach
Price: $15 Adults, $13 Seniors, $10 Children (2-12). McKee members and children under 2 free.
Category: Arts / Exhibits
McKee’s Ocean Sole Exhibition will be on display throughout the Garden from November 1, 2019 through May 31, 2020. This exhibition features 40 brightly colored, whimsical hand-crafted marine species sculptures made from recycled flip flops that have washed upon the shores of Africa and were created by artisans from Ocean Sole located in Kenya.



The story of each sculpture begins as a flip flop on someone’s feet, which is later discarded and ultimately ends up in our earth’s waterways, landfills and oceans. The artists collect, clean, compress and carve it into beautiful art. The sculptures are made from upcycled EVA rubber flip flops, contact adhesive glue, and in some of the larger sculptures, recycled Styrofoam and wire.



Ocean Sole’s mission is to turn flip flop pollution into inspiring art to promote conservation and create employment. Their focus is 100% on conservation entrepreneurship. Ocean Sole positively impacts over 1,000 Kenyans through the collection of flip flops and direct employment. Their masterpieces create employment for a country that has 40% unemployment, but also sends a message about how we can help our planet, our oceans and people. Revenue generated from the sale of these sculptures helps clean up the beaches, provide vocational and educational programs to Kenyans, and supports conservation efforts. Over 80% of land waste ends up in our seas, impacting both human and marine life. Recycling efforts on the East African coast have made significant improvements to the environment and the quality of life within the areas which Ocean Sole operates and impacts.

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Tuesday April 07, 2020 2 Events

Zumba at the Y

St. Lucie County
Date: Event occurs every other Tuesday.
Time: 9:45 am - 12:00 pm
Location: 1301 SW Bayshore Blvd
Address: 1301 SW Bayshore Blvd
Price: $5-8
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Zumba classes weekly at the Bayshore Ymca.
$5 promotional drop in rate for Zumba or PoundFit ($8 for both).

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Ocean Sole Sculpture Exhibition

Ocean Sole  Exhibition Indian River County
Date: Monday December 23, 2019 through Sunday May 31, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Mckee Botanical Garden
Address: 350 U.S. Highway 1 Vero Beach
Price: $15 Adults, $13 Seniors, $10 Children (2-12). McKee members and children under 2 free.
Category: Arts / Exhibits
McKee’s Ocean Sole Exhibition will be on display throughout the Garden from November 1, 2019 through May 31, 2020. This exhibition features 40 brightly colored, whimsical hand-crafted marine species sculptures made from recycled flip flops that have washed upon the shores of Africa and were created by artisans from Ocean Sole located in Kenya.



The story of each sculpture begins as a flip flop on someone’s feet, which is later discarded and ultimately ends up in our earth’s waterways, landfills and oceans. The artists collect, clean, compress and carve it into beautiful art. The sculptures are made from upcycled EVA rubber flip flops, contact adhesive glue, and in some of the larger sculptures, recycled Styrofoam and wire.



Ocean Sole’s mission is to turn flip flop pollution into inspiring art to promote conservation and create employment. Their focus is 100% on conservation entrepreneurship. Ocean Sole positively impacts over 1,000 Kenyans through the collection of flip flops and direct employment. Their masterpieces create employment for a country that has 40% unemployment, but also sends a message about how we can help our planet, our oceans and people. Revenue generated from the sale of these sculptures helps clean up the beaches, provide vocational and educational programs to Kenyans, and supports conservation efforts. Over 80% of land waste ends up in our seas, impacting both human and marine life. Recycling efforts on the East African coast have made significant improvements to the environment and the quality of life within the areas which Ocean Sole operates and impacts.

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Wednesday April 08, 2020 2 Events

Ocean Sole Sculpture Exhibition

Ocean Sole  Exhibition Indian River County
Date: Monday December 23, 2019 through Sunday May 31, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Mckee Botanical Garden
Address: 350 U.S. Highway 1 Vero Beach
Price: $15 Adults, $13 Seniors, $10 Children (2-12). McKee members and children under 2 free.
Category: Arts / Exhibits
McKee’s Ocean Sole Exhibition will be on display throughout the Garden from November 1, 2019 through May 31, 2020. This exhibition features 40 brightly colored, whimsical hand-crafted marine species sculptures made from recycled flip flops that have washed upon the shores of Africa and were created by artisans from Ocean Sole located in Kenya.



The story of each sculpture begins as a flip flop on someone’s feet, which is later discarded and ultimately ends up in our earth’s waterways, landfills and oceans. The artists collect, clean, compress and carve it into beautiful art. The sculptures are made from upcycled EVA rubber flip flops, contact adhesive glue, and in some of the larger sculptures, recycled Styrofoam and wire.



Ocean Sole’s mission is to turn flip flop pollution into inspiring art to promote conservation and create employment. Their focus is 100% on conservation entrepreneurship. Ocean Sole positively impacts over 1,000 Kenyans through the collection of flip flops and direct employment. Their masterpieces create employment for a country that has 40% unemployment, but also sends a message about how we can help our planet, our oceans and people. Revenue generated from the sale of these sculptures helps clean up the beaches, provide vocational and educational programs to Kenyans, and supports conservation efforts. Over 80% of land waste ends up in our seas, impacting both human and marine life. Recycling efforts on the East African coast have made significant improvements to the environment and the quality of life within the areas which Ocean Sole operates and impacts.

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Thursday April 09, 2020 1 Event

Ocean Sole Sculpture Exhibition

Ocean Sole  Exhibition Indian River County
Date: Monday December 23, 2019 through Sunday May 31, 2020.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Mckee Botanical Garden
Address: 350 U.S. Highway 1 Vero Beach
Price: $15 Adults, $13 Seniors, $10 Children (2-12). McKee members and children under 2 free.
Category: Arts / Exhibits
McKee’s Ocean Sole Exhibition will be on display throughout the Garden from November 1, 2019 through May 31, 2020. This exhibition features 40 brightly colored, whimsical hand-crafted marine species sculptures made from recycled flip flops that have washed upon the shores of Africa and were created by artisans from Ocean Sole located in Kenya.



The story of each sculpture begins as a flip flop on someone’s feet, which is later discarded and ultimately ends up in our earth’s waterways, landfills and oceans. The artists collect, clean, compress and carve it into beautiful art. The sculptures are made from upcycled EVA rubber flip flops, contact adhesive glue, and in some of the larger sculptures, recycled Styrofoam and wire.



Ocean Sole’s mission is to turn flip flop pollution into inspiring art to promote conservation and create employment. Their focus is 100% on conservation entrepreneurship. Ocean Sole positively impacts over 1,000 Kenyans through the collection of flip flops and direct employment. Their masterpieces create employment for a country that has 40% unemployment, but also sends a message about how we can help our planet, our oceans and people. Revenue generated from the sale of these sculptures helps clean up the beaches, provide vocational and educational programs to Kenyans, and supports conservation efforts. Over 80% of land waste ends up in our seas, impacting both human and marine life. Recycling efforts on the East African coast have made significant improvements to the environment and the quality of life within the areas which Ocean Sole operates and impacts.

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