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MY Museum’s Celebrates National Hobby Month. Meet Geoff Malloway from Central Coast Fly Fishing Friday, January 18th at 3:00 p.m.
MONTEREY, CA -- Take me fishing! MY Museum located at 425 Washington Street in Monterey, celebrates National Hobby Month with a special guest presentation!
Malloway believes getting kids involved in fly fishing is extremely important. Fly fishing teaches kids values such as the importance of all life on our planet and why that needs to be passed on from generation to generation. The children will learn the importance of conservation as well as the reasoning behind it. Kids acquire new skills and learn many fascinating facts about trout, their environment, and feeding habits but most importantly…
Attending the MY Museum fishing class, kids will learn to cast, knot tying, rigging the rods and fly selection. The first 50 kids will also enjoy a fish shaped cookie made by Chef Brandon Miller, from Mundaka, who is an avid fly fishing enthusiast. Entry is included with your admission to MY Museum for the day.
The program is complimentary with paid admission to MY Museum and free to all MY Museum members. Space is limited so reservations are encouraged. For more information, call MY Museum (831) 649-6444.
MY Museum is a playground for the mind. The museum was developed to provide an environment where curiosity and creativity flourish, while both children and adults learn together through experience. Located at 425 Washington Street, in Downtown Monterey, the Monterey County Youth Museum provides an environment unique to any other in Monterey County. For more information about MY museum, please contact Lauren Cohen at (831) 649-6444 or email@example.com.
About Geoff Malloway, Central Coast Fly Fishing
Geoff Malloway never thought his first introduction to fly fishing in 1973 would be a gateway into a life enriched with outdoor adventures and the satisfaction of sharing his fly fishing passion with others. With a background in fisheries and wildlife management and teaching, Geoff is well suited to helping others experience the great outdoors with fly rod in hand. “I’ve come to realized that fly fishing isn’t about catching fish at all…it’s a catalyst for developing an appreciation for the natural world around us and deriving from it a sense of well-being.”