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January Events California 2008




  Wednesday, January 23, 2008


CORONA - GIVE Symposium: A look at climate change and global carbon footprints. Time: 8:30 a.m. Registration, sessions and lectures all day, film festival begins at 6 p.m. Reservations Required: (323) 350-5750 or [email protected] Location: Dos Lagos Media Center: Krikorian Premiere Theatres, 2710 Lakeshore Drive, Corona. Web cast:


SANTA BARBARA - Paper Cut.  Art From Scrap (AFS) Exhibit capitalizes on the remains and excesses of the holiday season. 18 artists (mostly from Santa Barbara) create artwork from reused or recycled paper products, transforming pulp based materials into works of art such as sculpture, drawing, painting, collage, photography, printmaking and installation. The event aims to inspire individuals to enact positive cultural and environmental change through art. Runs till Feb. 16, 2008. Time: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Location: 302 East Cota, Santa Barbara, CA. Cost: Donations accepted. Call: (805) 884-0459.


STOCKTON - Stockton Ag Expo. Hundreds of exhibitors showcase their agricultural equipment, products and services to growers. An annual recycling expo is featured, too. Cost: $5/general admission; $2/ages 6-12; Free under 6 years. Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Location: San Joaquin Fairgrounds, 1658 S. Airport Way, Stockton, CA. Call: (209) 547-2960.


SOUTH LAKE TAHOE - Blue Gay-LA Week at South Lake Tahoe. Five days in the mountains for gay-oriented fun-seekers. Location: Heavenly Mountain Resort, South Lake Tahoe, CA. Packages with entertainment included. See web:


THOUSAND OAKS - Monterey Jazz Festival 50th Anniversary Band. Concert includes music representative of what you'll find at the annual jazz festival held each September in Monterey, California. Location: California Lutheran College, Samuelson Chapel, 60 West Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks, CA. Phone: (805) 493-3306.


WHALE WATCHING - Views available along the vantage points of the California Coast that include Big Sur, Santa Cruz, Humboldt Bay, Monterey Bay, Ventura, Santa Barbara, Point Fermin, Newport Beach and San Diego.

DANA POINT Cruise Photos & Tickets! - Each winter, thousands of California Gray Whales leave the cold Artic Seas and follow the coastline to the warm, calm waters of Southern California and Baja. This 5,000-mile migration brings much of the pod past Dana Point, where pods of Giant Grays can be easily seen and photographed. Dana Wharf Sportfishing – (949) 496-5794; Dana Island Yacht Charters – (949) 248-7400;  Ocean Institute – (949) 496-2274; Aventura Sailing Association – (949) 493-9493;  Captain Dave’s Dolphin Safari – (949) 488-2828
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California gray whale migration from the Arctic to Baja and back. Dolphins, Harbor Seals and Sea Lions and the beautiful Santa Monica Bay coastline on three-hour experience.  (310) 372-2111

SAN DIEGO -  Annual migration of California gray whales to the warm breeding grounds off the coast of Baja California. Glimpse these peaceful "giants of the sea" from Cabrillo National Monument or on special whale-watching cruises. 619-557-5450 or 619-236-1212 | San Diego Hotels |



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