Sharks, Whales, Barracudas, & More: Adventures in Planet Ocean (Hybrid)

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Lifelong Learning

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Registration for this event will close on October 7, 2021 @ 3:00pm.
There are 19 seats remaining.

Program Description

Event Details

Participate in a shark dive in the Bahamas; witness a barracuda attack in Cozumel; dive with the graceful eagle rays; experience a close surface encounter with gray whale mothers and calves in Mexico’s Baja; then free dive with the humpbacks of Tonga in this exciting program presented by Long Island-based diver, author, and photographer Paul Mila. Learn about the amazing creatures that inhabit our oceans and prepare to be amazed by Paul Mila's up-close photos and underwater close encounters! This program is open to all. 

Paul Mila traded in his corporate suit for a wetsuit and now devotes his time to writing, scuba diving, and underwater photography. His work has been featured in numerous magazines and websites, including National Geographic TV.  

This is a hybrid class. Paul Mila will be live in the Auditorium. You can join on Zoom or In Person:

TO JOIN US IN PERSON at the Library, please register below. Priority is given to those who have registered in advance. Masks required for in person. 


TO JOIN US ON ZOOM using your device, registration is not required. Just click here to join:

Meeting ID: 869 8086 8684

Passcode: 895929

To join by phone:  +1 646 558 8656



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