Monthly Archives: August 2015

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Celebration of The National Park Service Centennial – Reflection by Jim Hines

#FindYourPark In Celebration of the National Park Service Centennial, Jim Hines walks us through the local National Parks and all their beauty. Reflection by Jim Hines, Sierra Club Central Coast Time to take a break from our work and enjoy the specialness of our region. Here are a few notes from my Nature’s Notebook I […]

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Loreto: Our Sister City

Travel with us to one of the oldest settlements on the Baja peninsula, a city with more than 300 years of history— rich in culture and beauty— and the Sister City to Ventura. Loreto is nestled between the Sea of Cortez and the majestic backdrop of the Sierra de la Giganta mountain range. Studding the oceanic landscape are the Coronado, Del Carmen, Danzante, Monserrat and Santa […]

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Summer BBQ and Concert Series at the Wyndham Garden Ventura Pierpont Inn 2015

by Michele Foster Nothing says summer in Southern California to me quite so much as the wonderful array of music events that abound throughout the area.  As the warm day wanes and the cool evening slips in, you can enjoy a picnic with friends and family, or dance on the grass with that special someone. […]

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Whales, Orcas, & Dolphins Along Ventura California’s Coast

by Ken McAlpine Photos By: Latitudes Fine Art Gallery I saw my friend Steve Munch recently and it reminded me again of the surprise and raw beauty in this world, not to mention the lovely unfoldings and potential for visceral heartbreak that exist right off our coast. Let me explain. First let me say that my […]

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Channel Islands Celebrates NPS Centennial

  The National Parks Service (NPS) and the Channel Islands are working closely with partners and stakeholders in Ventura to make the Centennial count. They want people everywhere to embrace the opportunities to explore, learn, be inspired or simply have fun at Channel Islands National Park, as well as understand how the National Park Service’s […]

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