Come join the Antelope Valley Desert Divers and barbecuing lunch and honoring our veterans, for more information contact any board member.
7 nights accommodation, 3 meals daily, 6 x 2 tank am dives (12 total), resort fees, taxes and gratuities included (dive staff gratuities not included), + $100 resort credit or Free nitrox upgrade. NO SHORE DIVING AT THIS RESORT
Guests can add on: 5 afternoon tank dives for an additional $180
Each room is air conditioned, has ceiling fans, mini-frig, private bathrooms with hair dryers, soap, shampoo, hair conditioner, small drip coffee makers, and TV (limited satellite). Free Wi-Fi
each room has either one king or two double beds. (MAX. 4 guests per room)
“We’re Diving Fine at 49”
49th Annual Installation Banquet
Saturday, March 16, 2019
Social Hour @ 6 pm Dinner @ 7 pm
819 W Palmdale Blvd Palmdale, CA 93551
Come say good bye to the old board members
and hi to the new, watch the AVDD year in review
slide show, have a great time, good laughs, great
food and win some great prizes.
$35.00 pp (5 free ra/e tickets included)
OUR DIVE CLUB FROM THE
RAFFLES SILENT AUCTION
SUPER DIVER AWARD
Learn all about recent advancements in diving at the Aquarium of the Pacific’s eighteenth annual Divers Day.
Featuring educational presentations and dive demonstrations. The Aquarium will also host several organizations that are related to the sport and science of diving. The diving community is invited to find out about volunteer diving and other opportunities for involvement with dive-related organizations in Southern California.
Divers who present valid proof of certification with their photo I.D. will receive free admission.
38th Annual Avalon Harbor Underwater Cleanup
USC’s Catalina Hyperbaric Chamber and Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies–Catalina Conservation Divers are proud to host Catalina Island’s 38th Avalon Harbor Underwater Cleanup, one of the largest annual dive events in Southern California. The event began in the 1970s in an effort to cleanup Avalon Harbor, and this event is the only time diving is permitted in the Harbor.
Southern California divers have made the Avalon Harbor Underwater Cleanup one of their premier social events of the year. Divers retrieve trash and lost items from Avalon Harbor, and revel in the warm friendly atmosphere of Catalina Island. Last year, approximately 498 participants recovered 2,320 pounds of trash. Proceeds from the event will benefit USC’s Catalina Hyperbaric Chamber and Wrigley Institute Scientific Diving Program
Adopt-A-Beach Cleanup Day 2018 - 11/11/2108
In cooperation with Heal The Bay AVDD is participating Cleanup Day. AVDD will host a beach cleanup at our adopted beach, Dan Blocker/Solstice Beach. Volunteers can preregister and fill out their release of liability at: HealTheBay.org
Registration from 8:00 to 9:00, Cleanup from 9:00 to 11:00.
Bring friends, bring family, bring everyone. You supply the bodies and we'll supply the trash bags and gloves.
Come out and help us make a difference.
Quarterly Beach Cleanup
AV Desert Divers has teamed up with Heal The Bay and adopted Dan Blocker/Solstice Beach in beautiful Malibu. About once a quarter we are going to get out and do beach cleanup at our adopted beach. The Adopt a Beach (AAB) program is one of the ways A.V.D.D. gives back to the community. Please join us at the beach. Cleanup lasts from 9:00 to 11:00 and we can have lunch at the beach afterward.
11/11/2018 4th Quarter, AVDD at Dan Blocker/Solstice Beaches; Club event on Sunday
1/13/2019 1st Quarter, AVDD at Dan Blocker/Solstice Beaches; Club event on Sunday
4/14/2019 2nd Quarter, AVDD at Dan Blocker/Solstice Beaches; Club event on Sunday
7/14/2019 3 Quarter, AVDD at Dan Blocker/Solstice Beaches; Club event on Sunday
9/14/2019 Coastal Clean up Day 2019
The Waves Project helps combat wounded American veterans to participate in a challenging and exciting sport designed to facilitate the rehabilitation process of their injuries as well as rehabilitating the entire family unit. Unlike most veteran organizations that are focused on serving the veteran only, The WAVES Project encourages involvement of the entire family to be a part of the process, assisting rehabilitation for the entire family. We are a 501C-3 non-profit Organization. No costs to the veteran or their dive buddy, we are funded on the generous donations of individuals and corporations. Please visit our website to donate. Thank You!
Please join AVDD on October 27th for the latest edition of our Underwater Pumpkin Carving Competition. Have you got what it takes to add your name to a long list of UPCC Champions? We have been hosting this competition for over ten years now and it keeps getting bigger and bigger. The rules are simple: 1) You must carve your pumpkin underwater. (Hence the title Underwater Pumpkin Carving) 2) You must complete your design in 15 minutes with the tools provided. (No sharp knives) 3) All participants must complete a waiver form. 4) Youngins are 5 - 10 years old. Other Stuff: You need to be an Open Water certified Scuba Diver (bring your C-card). (Unless you can hold your breath for 15 minutes) Prizes will be given out for the three best pieces of pumpkin art in the adult and youngins class. Unfortunately the youngins class will only be able to make their designs with magic markers on dry land. We can't have them running with scissors can we? Place & Time: Palmdale Oasis Park Oasis Pool 3850 East Ave S Palmdale, Ca.93550 Saturday October 27th, 9 AM till Noon Bring your towels, sunscreen and scuba gear and come out for a good time. See you there!
Serving the training and safety needs of the Professional, Public Safety, Educational, Scientific and Recreational SCUBA diver since 1979
DMT, Paramedic, MPA, FPE, CFI,
Retired Fire Captain, LAFD
Instructor/Trainer NAUI #40079 & SSI #28192, PADI #171899 MSDT
Public Safety SCUBA Instructor
PSI Cylinder Inspector Instructor #138
I John is a PSI Cylinder Inspection instructor. A generic talk about cylinder safety, compressor safety, and a talk about the cylinder inspection updates and a review of the cylinder inspection procedure.