Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Checklist for 92118 Day (09-21-18)


Do’s and Don’ts (92118 Day Event)

Do you really need a checklist for a celebration….well, it can’t hurt right? That being said, here are the Do’s and Don’ts of 92118 Day:

DO:
  1. DO wear sunscreen (weather forecasted for 75 degrees…perfect)
  2. DO bring beach chairs, towels, etc. to sit on the beach (limited seating along Ocean Blvd)
  3. DO bring a water bottle (water available at event)
  4. DO bring cash / credit card to purchase event goodies
  5. DO bring ID to access 21+ “Adult Drink Areas”
  6. DO bring something to stay warm after the sun goes down (sunset at approx. 6:47pm)
  7. DO ride (and lock) your bike, walk or get dropped off
  8. DO use the hashtag #92118day when posting photos from event
  9. DO RSVP on FB to help clean up the beach and surrounding blocks the next day (9-22-18)
  10. DO invite your neighbors to join you that day
  11. DO thank all the City, Fire, Police and Volunteers that made this event happen
DO NOT:
  1. DO NOT bring your pet.  “Roxy…STAY!”   Pets on leashes can now attend!
  2. DO NOT bring alcohol.  If you want an “adult” drink, buy it at event (must be 21+)
  3. DO NOT smoke or vape at event
  4. DO NOT forget to buy VIP tickets if you want a “VIP” experience
  5. DO NOT forget to clean up after yourself (during and especially after the event is over)
  6. DO NOT miss this once-in-a-lifetime event

More info on this once-in-a-lifetime event:  92118Day.com

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