Become One With Nature
The Dana Point Festival of Whales gives you an opportunity to marvel at some of the planet’s most majestic creatures. The event will be held this upcoming weekend in addition to next weekend, giving you some visit options. The Festival, now in its 48th rendition, combines a parade and street fair in addition to letting you venture out into the sea to do some whale watching.
Watch Some Whales
Taken from the Dana Point Festival of Whales website: “Excursions depart every hour, on the hour, from 8 AM to 4 PM during the Festival weekends and every trip is approx. 2 hours. Prices: Adults $45, Senior and Military $35, Children 3-12 years $29, Children 2 and under are always FREE. Use promo code Fow19 save $10 off all tickets excludes special 8am and 4pm trips. For reservations call 888-224-0603 or check out our schedule and purchase online.”
So not only can you check out some typical, fun parade and street fair action, you can make your way onto the water as well. The event will contain musical performances and some tasty food. There’s a special clam chowder cook-off that I am particular excited about.
The Festival Events
A full listing of festival events can be found right here.
You’ll be able to participate in an Arts & Culture Festival and Historical Walking Tour of Dana Point in addition to everything else previously mentioned. Take advantage of this chance to find out more about the “Whale Capital of the West.”
If you find yourself in the Huntington Beach area this weekend, make sure you check out Surf City Surf Dog. An important thing to know about me is that I love dogs. Although, maybe that isn’t a shocking revelation, because Dogs are undeniably awesome. Coincidentally, I am also quite a fan of the beach, and while I’ve never gone surfing before, the prospect is interesting to me. This event is a culmination of all those goodies. Not to mention that it’s a Surf Dog competition! Time for some fun in the sun with your family and four-legged friends. And if I’m not successful in my attempts to convince you to go, at least let this picture of a bulldog surfing be all the argument that I need.
Surf City Surf Dog is currently taking place in Huntington Beach. However, the actual surf competition aspect of the event doesn’t begin until tomorrow. And if you just so happen to look, or go outside, you may notice that it’s pretty hot this weekend. I think it’s a plenty good idea to go to the beach. The competition starts tomorrow at 8 AM right at Main Street Huntington Beach. So the temperature should be pretty nice and not too blazing. And here is a link to Surf City Surf Dog’s website. Enjoy your weekend everyone, and surfs up!