Sanctuaries Celebrate Cousteau Day!
On June 25, 2012, the Office of National Marine Sanctuaries launches "Cousteau Day," a system-wide day of celebration of Jacques Cousteau's life, marking 15 years since his passing and 102 years since his birth on June 11, 1910. In his 87 years, Cousteau's immense contributions to marine science and conservation, including the production of more than 120 documentaries advancing the science of scuba and promoting environmental activism, are indisputable.
Join Thunder Bay in celebrating Cousteau Day:
On Monday, June 25 at the Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Center, Cousteau Family movie marathon! Watch Cousteau's groundbreaking film "The Silent World" and then dive into "Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures," the award-winning PBS series from Jacques Cousteau's son, Jean-Michel Cousteau. Screening and episodes will be shown back-to-back from 10:00 am through 5:00 pm in the theater. Wear an iconic Cousteau red watch cap...and get free popcorn!
For more information, please call the Sanctuary Store at 989-356-8805, ext. 18.
Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Center theater