Ocaquatics Swim Schools Celebrates 30 Years of Safer Swimmers

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Celebrating Three Decades of Commitment to Water Safety and Service

Miami-based Ocaquatics Swim School invites the community to its birthday party to celebrate 30 years of water safety instruction and positive impact for people and the planet. On Sunday, February 25 from 2-5pm, swimmers and team members will gather for free family- and environmentally-friendly fun.

Activities include sharing water safety tips, a bounce house, and more. Miami-Dade County and the Adrienne Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center (Arsht-Rock), will bring their “Pod”, a mobile resource that is providing education on climate change, resilience and sustainability.

They will also give free vegetable seedlings to all who attend to start their own garden at home. Baptist Health will also join the festivities to provide free wellness checkups. And finally, several non-profit organizations like Clean Miami Beach, Blue Missions, Blue Scholars, and MORAES South Florida will be in attendance to educate the community about the sustainability work they do. Collectively, these stewardship groups work with the community to provide access to clean water and care for our marine and land environment.

Join the fun at the Ocaquatics’ Eureka location Sunday, February 25 from 2 – 5 pm

11101 SW 176 Street, Miami, FL 33157.

Ocaquatics has a lot to celebrate. They are commemorating three decades of water safety instruction that creates safer swimmers in our Miami community. Ocaquatics is again recognized as a “Top Workplace” in South Florida. They continually invest in their surrounding community with participation in activities like beach cleanups and free water safety education 

Ocaquatics also maintains Certified B Corporation® Status, and is the first swim school in history to secure the prestigious designation. “Not only do we get to teach a lifesaving skill, but we also get to use our business as a force for good to benefit our families, our team, our community and our planet.” said Miren Oca, Founder and Director of Ocaquatics. “We are different and we make a difference. We invite the Miami community to join us as we strive to be the change we wish to see and make an impact together.”

For more information visit www.ocaquatics.com