On September 29-30, 2012 the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce along with Genentech will present Oceanside Harbor Days at the Oceanside Harbor. The event will feature arts and craft exhibits, great food and fun activities for the entire family. The event is open from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday and 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday.
For a full schedule of events check out the North County Times
Be ready for a some walking, as parking is limited!
Join your neighbors for holiday festivities December 11, 2011 from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m
On Molly Circle and California Street.
Friends of Fire Mountain will provide hot coco and cider, you bring sweets or an appetizer to share.
Don’t forget your own chair and a little something for the holiday food drive!
Summer time is full of fun things to do in Southern California. One of the best family friendly events happens every Thursday year round, the Oceanside Farmers/Sunset Market.
Located on the corner of Coast Highway and Pier View Way in Downtown Oceanside, the Oceanside Farmers Market is Open Year Round, Thursdays 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
MainStreet Oceanside’s Sunset Market has been a bright spot in downtown Oceanside for more than three years. This weekly gathering is more than a Farmers Market.
Thousands of residents and visitors alike gather each week to enjoy the varied hot food offerings, the eclectic merchandise selections, the gourmet packaged food section and the live entertainment.
THURSDAY EVENINGS 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm ALL YEAR ‘ROUND
For more information Follow the Jump to the Mainstreet Oceanside web site.
Be aware, there have been two burglaries in the Fire Mountain neighborhood one on Fuchsia Court, the other on Fire Mountain Road. Accounts of the robberies were given by neighbors and victims: In the cul de sac on Fuchsia Court, off Ivy Road, two girls came to the door and rang the bell. When no one answered, they went around to the back of the house and broke in. The girls had backpacks to carry out what they stole and they were in a silver Suzuki. The neighbor saw the girls and got the license plate number of the car — the stolen property was dropped as they fled and the items were returned to owner.
The other robbery was up near the corner of Fire Mountain and Ridgeway and the burglars came through the window while the owner was sleeping.
Please be careful and aware while you are home and away and be sure to watch out for your neighbors as well.
If you see something suspect please call:
- Oceanside Police Department
Non Emergency: 760-435-4900 3855 Mission Ave, Oceanside, CA 92054
- Crime Prevention Unit: Dulci Fish 760-435-4547 OR Meg Munoz 760-435-4543
Tips on starting a neighborhood watch can be found here
Other important numbers in Oceanside can be found here.
No, he wasn’t dining at Bull Taco (or maybe he was and we just didn’t know it).
Oceanside (and Fire Mountain close!) Bull Taco on the corner of Cassidy and 101 was the spot of choice for the late night art & dash.
While the piece hasn’t shown up in full on Banksy’s web site, similar pieces are already on the site-which is the ultimate answer to the question – is it truly a Banksy?
Check the jump for the full story
There is a variety of different events happening during Oceanside Green Week taking place March 7-13, 2011.
You could take in s new movie at the Film Festival March 8th.
Learn to compost kitchen scraps for your garden.
and recycle your e-waste free of charge!
Check the flyer for more info or visit their the facebook page for updates and details.
(I thought this story was interesting for Fire Mountain Parents.)
Source: North County Times: Oceanside Unified School District officials closed a play structure at Palmquist Elementary School on Wednesday, saying they need to study whether changes should be made to the equipment where 14 students have broken their arms since 2007.
The move came three days after the North County Times published an article about the spate of injuries and the district’s response to them. Oceanside Unified had closed the structure for about a month in late 2009 to study its safety and re-opened it after deciding to restrict access to smaller children. Since then, five more students have broken their arms, including two so far this school year, the Times reported.
Far more students have broken bones at Palmquist than at any other district elementary school. Most of the injuries happened after school.
For more of this story click here: http://www.nctimes.com/news/local/oceanside/article_4d114b08-9d9b-5250-aa8f-b0ddd8695017.html