After a dramatic change in this Saturday’s forecast, our public safety partners at the Department of Conservation and Recreation (our permitting authority for state beaches), local police, fire, and parks departments confirmed this morning that due to the potentially severe weather, we are going to have to postpone Saturday’s Polar Plunge scheduled for Nantasket Beach in Hull. Our primary concern is the safety of everyone involved in these events including the Plunge participants, spectators, rescue divers, and local public safety officials. Please email us or call 508-485-0986 with any questions and if the new date does not work for you, we have 6 other plunges throughout the state that we can transfer you too.
Online Registration will stay open until Friday, March 22nd and donations are still being accepted.
Do the words Polar Plunge make the hairs on the back of you neck stick up?
Have you been nervously intrigued by the idea of going to the beach in the middle of the Winter?
Can you remember hovering over the register button in years past only to chicken out?
Well this is the year that you should TAKE THE PLUNGE!
We are in the middle of celebrating the 50th anniversary of Special Olympics and you can get in on the fun with the COOLEST way to be involved.
Since 1968 Special Olympics has provided athletic opportunities for individuals with intellectual disabilities. In celebrating the 50 years, our goal is to reach 2,418 more athletes in 2019 and provide the opportunity to showcase their abilities on and off the field of play.
The best part is that you can help!