First Annual Cedar Key Shark Swim
Today’s episode features the First Annual Cedar Key Shark Swim on Saturday, August 20 at 3:30 p.m. The 0.42 mile route from Cedar Key to Atsena Otie will benefit the playground project for the Cedar Key School, the only school on the island open to students from kindergarten through 12th grade. The swim departs from the sand spit in front the Beachfront Motel at low tide. Participants can swim the route or use non-powered accessories including floaties, rafts and whacky inflatables. The event also includes shark conservation awareness presentations.
Michael Pressley Bobbitt, event coordinator and self-proclaimed Clambassador, shares details on the Cedar Key Shark Swim and the plan to help evolve the yearly cultural event into a full-blown Cedar Key Shark Week-- a time for costumes, floats and silly fellowship that will strengthen the community bonds that mean so much to Cedar Key island residents.
The Clambassador's First Annual Cedar Key Shark Swim
Saturday, August 20, 3:30 p.m.
Meet at the sand spit at the corner of G Street and 1st Street
0.42 mile swim from Cedar Key to Atsena Otie
For more information and to register: