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All Divers welcomed to join Diver Night

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    Welcome to our monthly "Diver Night" schedule! Diver Night is always scheduled for every first Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM. This is an "open-to-everyone" event. You're invited and so are all of your dive buddies. There is no cover, no membership, and no charges of any kind. Come and enjoy a night of dive entertainment and education on us! We even provide BBQ tacos in the parking lot. Join the fun. 

Home of West LA Dive Club and Eco Divers.



See Our Next Speakers:

September 5th at 7 PM Captain John Kades - County Coroner
Captain John Kades

dive coroner Special Guest: John Kades

Presentation Topic: Most Common Ways Divers Die

Bio: Captain John Kades has been an investigator and deputy coroner for the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office for over 15 years. He is an active scuba diver since 1981 and has spent 14 years as a public safety diver for the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Underwater Search and Recovery team. He has been a member of the department’s Special Operations Response Team (SORT) and is specialized in disaster operations, drowning/SCUBA cases, aircraft fatalities, and skeletal/buried body cases.


-Scubapro Trucker Hat

-XS scuba SMB

-Stuffed shark

-XS Scuba Multi-tool to start your save a dive kit!

-Poseidon dive gloves


October 3rd at 7 PM Andrew - California Science Center Volunteer Program

Speaker: Andrew and other members of the California Science Center Volunteer Program

Presentation Topic: How to join the volunteer program, and why you should!

About the Program: Ever wanted to be in the tank with the cool animals you see at aquariums? Now you can! The California Science Center offers a certified scuba diver volunteer program. Come learn about how to get involved and put your scuba skills to use!

Raffle Prizes: 




November 7th at 7 PM Greg Downing -
Greg Downing

Presentation Topic: Rebuilding the Underwater World in Virtual Reality for Science!

Description: You will see (in VR!) some results of the Scientific
Diver program at USC. Using the technique of photogrammetry (creating
survey and 3D models from photographs) a small section of Catalina's
preserve was recreated and you can walk around and move inside the
space in Virtual Reality. The course was designed with Environmental
Scientists and Underwater Archaeologists in mind as a way to explore
the potential for doing real science with this new medium.

Speaker Bio: Greg Downing specializes in the production of Virtual 
Reality and Immersive Experiences use image-based 3D technologies
and computational photography techniques at xRez Studio. He has a background as a panoramic photographer and a Technical Artist in Visual Effects for film. He has done VR work with the Smithsonian Institute, Archaeologists in Egypt, Guatamala, and Easter Island, as well as arts/entertainment work with Björk, Ai Wei Wei, several major feature films. He is also an enthusiastic diver with a passion for the underwater world.


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