Welcome to THE MOUTH of the South Bay

Hello and welcome to South Bay Mouth.

 Many of you may already know why this is site is called The Mouth, but for those that don't, locals commonly call the South Bay, "Mouth Bay."  The South Bay is a section of  South Los Angeles County encompassing a cluster of beach cities.

For a long time now I have wanted to create a place where locals and visitors alike can see what is going on and available to them in the South Bay.  Although I have lived most of my life in the area, I realize there is so much to do and see that I was never aware of.  I hear of great events and local fun and often when I share it with others they say they have lived here for so long and they never knew about it!  So, here we are... My hopes are that this site will provide something new to improve the quality of your life in the South Bay.  I do believe this site will be beneficial to both those living the single life and to families.  Please visit the South Bay Mouth often to stay on top of special events, new restaurants/shops, bargains and sales, reviews and opinions, bands and music, a video from an aspiring Chef or even just a photo of a beautiful sunset.

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Friday, May 14, 2010

SEAL DAY Sunday May 16, 2010

'SEAL DAY' at the Marine Mammal Care Center

Sunday, May 16, 2010 11AM-5PM

Marine Mammal Care Center
3601 S. Gaffey Street, San Pedro, CA 


  • FREE Admission
  • VIP Tours
  • LIVE Music
  • Food and Beverage
  • Games for ALL ages
  • Meet 'SPLASH', Care Center Mascot
  • Excellent raffle and Prizes
  • Special Sea Dog Gift Shop Discounts

*Bring an item from the "Wish List" to Seal Day and get a special treat!
(some examples: Paper Towels, Toilet Paper, Light Corn Syrup, Powder Laundry Detergent, Household Bleach, Recycled standard copy paper, Comet/Ajax, 45gal trash bags, bottled water)  for more information and the detailed 'Wish List' visit the Marine Mammal Care Center website

We visited the care center recently, as it is open free to the public everyday, and sadly they are currently caring for nearly 200 marine mammals.  These animals are either sick or injured and they are nursing them back to a condition where they can be released, or those that may not make it back in the wild they try to place in homes with Sea World or at the zoo and other care facilities.  One of the biggest animals they have is 5 years old and completely blind now so they are working on his placement.  We took Corn Syrup donations that we bought at Ralph's for about $3 each.  

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