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February 2021 Director’s Message

The more things change the more they stay the same.  2021 is feeling a lot like 2020, even though we have COVID vaccines rolling out and a new administration in the White House.  Can’t we all just get along??  Hopefully in the near future the vaccines will make a difference, and everyone can start concentrating…

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Whale Watching Season is Here!

Whale watching can be a thrilling experience, especially in the Channel Islands region. On your tour, there’s a great chance you will see Blue Whales, Humpback Whales, Finback Whales and Gray Whales. Before you begin your adventure, being prepared for your whale watch and knowing what to expect can make…

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Maritime Museum Offers Virtual Speakers Series

The Channel Islands Maritime Museum is proud to welcome Keri Dearborn and Mike Watling of Friends of the Island Fox to its 2021 Speaker Series on Wednesday, February 17th, starting 5:30 pm. Due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, this will be an on-line event on the Museum’s website at www.cimmvc.org. Between 1994 and 2000 the populations…

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January 2021 Director’s Message

Editor’s Note: this message was edited on Jan. 19, 2021 to reflect a change in date for the Channel Islands Harbor Visioning Public Workshop. The workshop will be held on Thursday, January 28. This is normally my HAPPY NEW YEAR!  message, but true happiness can be fleeting during this particular time in history.  I am…

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Record Number of Items Collected at Channel Islands Harbor Holiday Food & Toy Drive

Ventura County families in need will receive much-needed food and toys this holiday season thanks to the Holiday Food & Toy Drive hosted this past weekend at Fisherman’s Wharf in the Channel Island Harbor. An estimated 2,200 toys were collected to benefit the Spark of Love Toy Drive and more than 5,000 lbs of non-perishable…

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December 2020 Director’s Message

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!  This is always a great time of the year to be on and about the Harbor and waterfront.  It is heart-warming to see all of the Holiday lights and decorations on the boats in the Harbor and on the homes and businesses surrounding the Harbor.  Being on the water, there is the added…

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