As the City of Dana Point looks to wrap up the final phase of its utility box public art program, the Arts and Culture Commission voted unanimously on Wednesday, Sept. 14, to approve designs for two additional utility boxes on Pacific Coast Highway and Blue Lantern.
After undergoing extensive maintenance, the Spirit of Dana Point made its way back to the harbor late last month—just in time for the Ocean Institute’s annual Maritime Festival that begins Friday, Sept. 9.
As the visiting tall ships enter the Dana Point Harbor for the Ocean Institute’s 38th annual Maritime Festival, 10 Plein Air painters will set up easels to capture the city’s beauty throughout the festival.
The Ocean Institute’s Maritime Festival that highlights California’s rich maritime history will return to Dana Point this September. The 38th annual Maritime Festival will feature visiting Tall Ships, Cannon Battles, live music and more from Sept. 9-11.
The Ocean Institute in Dana Point on Sunday, July 24, will host John O’ Sullivan, director of Collections at Monterey Bay Aquarium, to share his knowledge in marine education, including findings from a 20-year research program on young White Sharks.
Summertime in Dana Point means music, music, and more music, Anthony Small writes in his latest Dana Point ROCKS column. This month, he gives readers a musical to-do list to put on fridges this summer.
The Music Preserves Foundation’s new Summer Jams series—a two-Friday-night event at the Ocean Institute on July 8 and 22—will bring American Roots music to life with live music and discussions with the performers.