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Whale Watching Season Begins in Oxnard!

Whale Watching Season Begins in Oxnard!

Oxnard, CA – It’s that time of year to catch a glimpse of nature’s gentle giants during Whale Watching Season taking place off the coast of Oxnard.  The season officially begins the day after Christmas, December 26, 2019, and continues through April 2020.  Trips depart from Channel Islands Harbor in Oxnard. Island Packers, Ventura County’s […]

Entry Deadline is January 7 for California Strawberry Festival Artwork Contest

Entry Deadline is January 7 for California Strawberry Festival Artwork Contest

Friday, January 7, 2020 is the deadline to enter and submit artwork for the 37th Annual California Strawberry Festival Artwork Contest. The artist with the winning strawberry-themed design will receive $2,000 and VIP tickets to the festival, which takes place May 16 and 17 at Strawberry Meadows of College Park (3250 South Rose Avenue) in Oxnard. Entries […]

Holiday Blessings From the Democrat Party

Holiday Blessings From the Democrat Party

  By Wayne Allyn Root My Thanksgiving column listed quite a few reasons to be thankful for President Donald J. Trump. But I’m still in a holiday mood. And the Democrat Party’s presidential candidates deserve credit too for delivering holiday blessings too.  I’m thankful the Democrat party’s candidates are so awful. Even Barack Obama is disgusted. […]

Surfrider Foundation Coastal Cleanup

Surfrider Foundation Coastal Cleanup

The Surfrider Foundation is actively looking for volunteers to do three clean ups at Ormond lagoon and beach in the next couple of months, as well as trying to find sponsors/donors for supplies needed for the island clean up and native plant restoration the city is leading.  Here is your first opportunity. Saturday, January 11 […]

Oxnard | Reminder – 2019 Santa to the Sea Half Marathon Motorist Delays

Oxnard | Reminder – 2019 Santa to the Sea Half Marathon Motorist Delays

The 12th Annual Santa to the Sea Half Marathon is scheduled for this Sunday morning, December 8, 2019.  The race starts at 7:30 a.m. in front of Santa on Ventura Boulevard and travels through the City of Oxnard where it ends at the Marine Emporium Landing located at 3600 South Harbor Boulevard.  Over 2,200 runners […]

UC Master Gardener Program of Ventura County Upcoming Events

UC Master Gardener Program of Ventura County Upcoming Events

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Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum Presents Ethel Todd – January 4, 2020

Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum Presents Ethel Todd – January 4, 2020

Hueneme Historical Society Museum presents Artist and Art Instructor, Ethel Todd “Understanding Modern Art” at the Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum 220 Market Street on Saturday, January 4, 2020 at 11:00AM   There’s something fascinating about modern art. Although we often struggle to understand what it’s all about, many of us can’t help feeling the urge to attempt to […]

NATO is a Brain Dead, Obsolete, Rabid Dog. Euthanize It

NATO is a Brain Dead, Obsolete, Rabid Dog. Euthanize It

by Thomas L. Knapp In early November, French president Emmanuel Macron complained that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is experiencing “brain death” as its member states go their own ways, with “no coordination whatsoever of strategic decision-making.” US president Donald Trump’s reply: “Nobody needs NATO more than France.” The two continued their duel over […]

Friends of Heritage Square in Oxnard Invites the Public to Enjoy Festive Holiday Events

Friends of Heritage Square in Oxnard Invites the Public  to Enjoy Festive Holiday Events

Oxnard, CA – The holidays wouldn’t be complete without bright lights, stunning Gingerbread Houses and creative holiday displays.  Friends of Heritage Square welcomes the community and visitors alike to enjoy fun events this holiday season. The 11th Annual Gingerbreadfest Celebration at historic Heritage Square in Downtown Oxnard takes place from December 7-29 for visitors to […]

Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum Distinguished Speakers Series Presents Historian and Biographer Paul W. Rood

Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum Distinguished Speakers Series Presents Historian and Biographer Paul W. Rood

Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum Distinguished Speakers Series Historian and Biographer Paul W. Rood will be speaking about “The Founders of the Union Oil Company of California” at the Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum 220 Market Street on January 11, 2020  11:00 AM     At the close of the Civil War, Thomas Scott, President […]