Feast Mendocino

2018 FEAST MENDOCINO in POINT ARENA EAT: Nov 4, Sunday Franny’s Farmhouse Dinner at 215 Main This Feast Mendocino-themed dinner will start with a shaved brussels sprouts, arugula and pomegranate salad with buttermilk dressing followed by the main course of balsamic glazed roasted chanterelles and polenta. Dessert will be date and persimmon sticky toffee pudding. Serving every half hour from 5:00-8:00. $32 per person; guests must be 21 or over. Reservations are required and

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Halloween on Main Street

Put on those costumes and bring the family to Point Arena for Halloween fun!   Main Street merchants will hand out treats starting at 5:00.  Then get ready to dance to the Roots, Rock & Reggae rhythms of Sol Horizon at Arena Theater.  Opening band, RaWisdom, starts at 8:00.  Tickets are $15 general admission, and $10 for 18 and under.

2019 Point Arena Fringe Festival Schedule of Events

Saturday, April 13 11AM – 6PM ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR Druids Hall, 140 Main 11:00-6:00 Anthony Rees JEWELRY, Kersten Tanner VINTAGE CLOTHING, Emilie Alsager MADRONA LEATHER, Emma Hurley NORTH COAST BRINE, Justin York POTTERY, Steve Main WOOD BOXES, Eric Wilder GREETING CARDS, Joel Kries ALBION NATURAL SOAP, Lena Bullamore ART, Wendy Ruddick JEWELRY/BASKETRY, Debbe Hull GLASS BEADS/JEWELRY,
Amy Herman COASTAL CALI ORGANICS, Violet Wilder CLOTH BAGS, Joanne Leary JEWELRY/KNITS, Toni Saulls

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Almost Fringe Festival

Third Annual Point Arena Almost Fringe Festival Point Arena, Saturday, April 13, 2019 From 11-6pm, down town Point Arena. Offerings include live music, street performers, special events, entertainment, food, and surprises. Come out and celebrate our local arts culture with us. CHECK OUT OUR EVENT SCHEDULE And we would love for YOU to participate:

Hometown Holidays

3:00pm – 7:00pm, Saturday, December 15 2018 Point Arena is the place to celebrate the season!  Join Hometown Holidays festivities on Saturday, December 15, from 3:00-7:00.  Sponsored by the Point Arena Merchants Association. Shops, galleries and an Arts & Crafts Pop-Up Market will offer unique holiday gifts, special discounts and festive foods.  Restaurants will offer holiday specials to diners with a purchase receipt from the event. Inside 250 Main, the

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Point Arena Harbor & Seafood Festival

19th Annual Point Arena Harbor & Seafood Festival Sunday, September 2 at the Point Arena Pier Noon to 6 PM Annual Fundraiser for Pier Repair & Replacement Fund This is an event that you don’t want to miss: a perfect setting with amazing food, stunning views, great company and all for a good cause – to raise money to keep our local pier operating all year long! This year’s “Harborfest”

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South Coast Independence Festival

July 5 -July 7, 2019 Fireworks Festival at the Point Arena Pier, Point Arena Parade, Picnic at Bower Park & live shows at the Arena Theater. A fun-filled weekend not to be missed! Friday, July 5, 2019 8pm – SUPERUNLOADER AT THE ARENA THEATER $15/all ages. For more info, visit the Arena Theater website Saturday, July 6, 2019 4pm to 11pm – FIREWORKS FESTIVAL AT THE ARENA COVE Come early

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Whale Watching

Point Arena is a popular spot for watching nature’s largest mammals as they migrate South to warmer waters in Winter or head North in the spring. Whale watchers may see blue and humpback whales from Mid April thru mid December. If you see whales in groups off the Northern California coast between December and April, they may be gray whales. How do you spot a whale? Scan the horizon watching

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Wildflower Viewing

“Earth laughs in flowers.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson Point Arena Lighthouse has an excellent wild sea bluff garden. Mounding perennial plants like seaside daisy and golden aster mingle with annual wildflowers like baby blue eyes. The best time to see wildflowers near the Lighthouse is March through June. Baby Blue Eye as seen on a wildflower walk Manchester State Beach includes sea bluffs and dunes that host many Spring wildflowers.

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Seals

Point Arena is a haven for seals. Many can be seen on rocks sun bathing all along the coast. Harbor seals, also known as common seals, each have their own unique pattern. They are covered in small spots that are either dark on a light background or light on a dark background. They have no external ear flaps and small flippers that cause them to have to flop around on

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