Expect A Whale of a Good Time
The 32nd Fort Bragg Whale Festival (March 15-16) is the perfect excuse to show off the best our city has to offer.
Of course, there are the whales heading north with their calves, hugging the coast to protect their newborns. Which means lots of whale sightings.
MacKerricher State Park, Point Cabrillo Light Station and the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens all offer docent-guided whale watching and/or walks.
30th Annual 10K/5K Whale Run & Walk is on Saturday: Walk or run, it’s a great way to start the day.
Nine local chefs will dish up their chowder creations for public tasting, while Ricochet Ranch helps you saddle up for whalewatching by horseback.
And, last – but not least – our own North Coast Brewing Company – will display some of its best beers (Brother Thelonious, Red Seal Ale and Old Stout No. 45) at the Fort Bragg Rotary Club’s annual microbrew tasting.
Talk of the Town
Fort Bragg Whale Festival Scheduled for Saturday, March 15
March 10th, 2014]
If you haven’t already gotten your tickets for various Whale Festival Activities, it’s not too late. In fact you can just decide at the last minute to attend various events and purchase them at the door, so to speak. Whatever you decide to do, do not miss this Mendocino Coast Chamber of Commerce created event, which is supported by the Fort Bragg Promotion Committee.
Here is a rundown of what’s coming up this weekend.
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