Vice Mayor Garcia Invites Residents to a Free Night at The Aquarium

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Leads Ocean Use Planning in Southern CaliforniaVice Mayor Robert Garcia will host a free night at the Aquarium of the Pacific this Thursday, January 31, from 630-830 pm. The event is open to all Long Beach residents who RSVP with the Vice Mayor’s office.

“This is a unique, fun night for the whole family at one of Long Beach’s greatest places,” said Garcia. “The Aquarium of the Pacific is a world class aquarium, and I’m looking forward to seeing lots of old friends and new faces from our community.”

The Aquarium features 19 major habitats and 32 focus exhibits, with more than 500 species of marine and coastal life, and a special focus on the waters of California, Baja, and the tropical Pacific Ocean. Some of the most popular exhibits are the penguin habitat, the otter habitat, the shark tanks, and the Molina Animal Care Center.

All exhibits will be open, with the exception of the Lorikeet exhibit, as the Lorikeets go to sleep early.

Long Beach residents can RSVP by calling the Vice Mayor’s office at 562 570 6919, or emailing

Paid parking is available at the Aquarium lot, or in the downtown area, a short walk from the Aquarium.


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