Event aims to inspire future generations to safeguard reefs
Coral reefs will be the subject of The Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute’s Kids Hour this Saturday.
This month’s event will feature two films — What's Killing the Coral Reefs? and Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef — followed by a reading of the book The Brilliant Deep.
A BUEI spokesman said: “Coral is a vital part of the world’s ecosystem, supporting more species per unit area than any other marine environment.
“It is our hope that these films and reading inspire future generations to safeguard our reef systems and the ocean life they protect.”
Kids Hours Saturdays take place every third Saturday of the month at 11am and 2pm respectively. Each hour features the screening of short films followed by a book reading for children aged 5 to 12.
They are free for members and all caregivers, and $2.50 per child for non-members. Caregivers must stay on site for the hour. To register for BUEI’s Kids Hour Saturdays, call 294-0204.