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Oceanside Harbor Days to Run Sept. 27-28 By Ambrosia Brody


OCEANSIDE — Boats, sandcastles, live music and everything Oceanside will be featured at the annual Oceanside Harbor Days celebration, scheduled for 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Sept. 27 and 28. To help cele- brate the city’s 126th birthday, a boat parade organized by Oceanside Yacht Club will add to the fun-filled day. Presented by the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce, USAA and Genentech, the two-day event will fea- ture arts and craft exhibits, military dis- plays and food trucks. Amateur boat builders can test their


skills during the Nail and Sail Competition where competitors build boats and paddles out of materials pro- vided to teams. They then have to race


Where: Hipp Marine, 4070 Kearny Mesa Rd. in San Diego.


Sept. 15, 22 and 29• Photoshop, Chula Vista. Scheduled for 11 a.m. Call Chula Vista Marina at (619) 691-1860.


Sept. 16 • Introduction to boating, Ventura. Ventura Sail & Power Squadron presents America’s Boating Course (a basic introduction to boating). Nine Tuesdays beginning September from 7-9pm at the Ventura Yacht Club; 1755 Spinnaker Dr. Cost $50. More information call (805) 646-7675.


Sept. 20 • Mexico Weather for Boaters, Chula Vista. Call Chula Vista Marina at (619) 691-1860.


Sept. 27 • Ham Radio, Chula Vista. Call Chula Vista Marina at (619) 691-1860.


Sept. 27 • Celestial Navigation Course for Cruisers, San Diego. The four session course for avid cruising sailors will be held at the Maritime Institute, 1310 Rosecrans St., Ste. G in San Diego. Cost: $15. Register: (619) 225-1783 or (888) 262- 8020.


Oct. 11-12• The Weekend Navigator, Channel


in the harbor on their newly constructed craft to test out its seaworthiness. On the landside, guests can enjoy a


boat parade organized by Oceanside Yacht Club, which will include numerous vessels adorned with theme decora- tions. A sandcastle competition, live music and arts and crafts booths will keep guests of all ages entertained. A 2.4 or 1.2 mile TikiSwim will be


offered to swimmers on Sunday, Sept. 28. At 7:30 a.m. participants will swim from the Oceanside Pier to Oceanside Harbor. Oceanside Harbor Days is free and


open to the public. Hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sept. 27 and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sept. 28 at Oceanside Harbor. For more infor- mation on Oceanside Harbor Days, visit oceansidechamber.com.


Islands. U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 2, Division 7, District 11sr, wil host the weekend class from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Channel Islands Boating Center, 3880 Bluefin Circle, Oxnard. Cost: $45. Enroll by contacting rgheller@ojaiexpress.net.


Nov. 10 • ABYC Standards Certification Course, Dana Point. The certification provides the student with a comprehensive and focused look at the key ABYC standards. Class discussion will address specific compliance issues relevant to engineers, installers, compliance inspectors and marine sur- veyors. When: 8:30 a.m. Cost: $700, ABYC member or $985 non-member. Where: Nordhavn Yachts, 25001 Dana Drive. Contact: Sandy Brown at (410) 990-4460 x101, or sbrown@abycinc.org.


Do you have an event you’d like publicized in The Log’s Calendar of Events? Email event details at least one month in advance to ambrosia@thelog.com, or send a fax to Ambrosia Brody at (949) 660-6172.


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