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Festival of Whales opens Saturday for two weekends in Dana Point

February 28th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Festival of Whales opens Saturday for two weekends in Dana Point”

Dana Point Harbor invites families to experience the 48 th Annual Dana Point Festival of Whales, March 2-3 and 9-10. Pilgrims can explore Dana Point Harbor during the gray whale’s annual wintertime migratory ritual and enjoy activities including whale watching, first-day ceremony and street fair, beach sculpting, live music, the Dinghy Dash, Art in the Park, Chowder Cook-Off, Ocean Awareness Day, educational programs, and more.

The Festival of Whales Parade kicks off the merriments at 10 a.m. Saturday. Attendees can consider the parade from the two sides of Pacific Coast Highway between Selva Road and Street of the Golden Lantern, where observers can experience the ceremony boasting giant helium balloons, community organizations and more.

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When: 8 a. m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday& March 9,10

Where: Dana Point Harbor, Dana Point

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The Level Six Story

February 27th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “The Level Six Story”

Level Six co-founder Stig Larsson tells the company’s story from the very beginning. Some priceless antique photos along a very cool fib worth sharing. Level Six is a Canadian corporation created by two friends participating on the Whitewater Slalom World Cup circuit. Their eyesight was to redesign and rethink how paddling gear is uttered. Level Six started out from a highly humble beginning in the back of a van selling short-liveds and t-shirts to paddlers along World cup finals circuit stops. After 20 times, that eyesight those two friends had to build a symbol for people who live to be on the liquid has grown into a phenomenon that speaks to people all over the world. By: Five2nine media

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Seafood giant to spend up to $23 million to fix pollution

February 26th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Seafood giant to spend up to $23 million to fix pollution”

SEATTLE( AP )– The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency( EPA) says one of the nation’s biggest seafood firms has agreed to spend up to $23 million to fix serious air pollution issues with its ships and land-based facilities.

Seattle-based Trident Seafoods will too offer a $900,000 punishment for Clean Air Act misdemeanors under a licensing agreement filed in federal tribunal in Alaska.

The company calls ozone-depleting coolants in its refrigerators. While the laws and regulations requires any openings to be fixed within 30 epoches, the government said Trident countenanced some holes to persevere for years. The EPA said more than 200,000 pounds of damaging gases were released into the atmosphere.

Trident agreed to retrofit or retire 23 refrigeration contraptions, set leak detectors and swiftly repair leaks.

The settlement is subject to public explain and tribunal approval.

Trident did not immediately return a call endeavouring comment.

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Joyful Child 5K will raise funds for initiative to stop crimes against children

February 23rd, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Joyful Child 5K will raise funds for initiative to stop crimes against children”

Let your feet cure raise funding for a great cause at the 2019 BRAVE 5K Race and Joyful Child Fun Run, on Saturday, Feb. 23, at Aliso Niguel High School.

The annual race, held under remember of child assassinate scapegoat Samantha Runnion, interests the Joyful Child Foundation’s BRAVE initiative to stop criminal offences against children. Packet pickup and same-day enrollment begin at 6:30 a.m. The 5K scoot begins at 8 a. m. followed by the kids fun run at 9:15 a.m. and welcoming ceremony at 9:30 a.m.

Fees: Adults, early enrollment $35, same-day $50; Youth( 18 and under ), early registration $25, same-day $35. Joyful Child Fun Run $10. For squads of 10 or more runners, discount rate is $25( email virginia @thejoyfulchild. org for informed of team registration ).


When: 8 a. m. Saturday( same-day enrollment begins at 6:30 a.m .)

Where: Aliso Niguel High School, 28000 Wolverine Way, Aliso Viejo


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Heard of beach bocce? Check out this tournament at Doheny Beach on Saturday

February 21st, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Heard of beach bocce? Check out this tournament at Doheny Beach on Saturday”

The inaugural Orange County Beach Bocce Championships take place Saturday, Feb. 23, at Doheny State Beach, with all follows patronizing Boys and Girls Clubs of Capistrano Valley.

Bocce, also known as Italian lawn bowling, is one of the oldest and most widely frisked competitions in the world. The tournament become involved in two separations: Open( for competitive players) and Recreational( for those merely having fun ). Registration begins at 8 a. m. with first toss at 9:30 a.m.

Team tickets are $75( two actors) and VIP Team tickets are $175( two participates, includes lunch and sucks ). Admission includes a T-shirt. Register online at occasions /.


When: 8 a. m.-3 p.m. Saturday

Where: Doheny State Beach, 25300 Harbor Drive, Dana Point

Information: Ron Sipiora, 949 -5 42 -4 112

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