FOW_slideIt’s a cetacean celebration.

For more than four decades Dana Point has celebrated the 10,000-mile round-trip migration of the California gray whales from their summer feeding grounds in Alaskan waters to their calving grounds in Baja and back.

This year marks the 44th annual event, and as with each festival before, there will be plenty of new things to do and see.

So get out your calendars and have a look at this year’s official Festival of Whales program. It’s time to make a plan for two weekends of fun and educational activities in honor of the fascinating ocean mammals that have made Dana Point the whale watching capital of the West.

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  • why can’t you keep things simple that work? all i want to do is print the festival info , but n000000000000000000000 ; you have to have some crazy new thing that prints pages 1-4 by default & adds one page if you specify 16 for the print command. your intellectual transparency for the real world of us common folk is very obtuse. however you aint robbin my joy & uall have a nice day ; heaar?

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