Friends of Fire Mountain

Protect, Preserve, and Improve Fire Mountain

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Loma Alta invites FOFM to Par-tay!

LAMP (Loma Alta Mission Park)

Rick Kratcoski, Bob Hieb and Greg Smith invite our friends and neighbors of the LAMP, LANA , OCNA and Fire Mountain neighborhoods to an evening of Food and Fun at the Oceanside Elks Club Lodge. The Mar Del Boys will be playing Friday April 3rd. A mere $12 a person is the price for dinner and a night of music and dancing. Cocktail hour starts at 5pm, dinner seating starts at 6pm and the music starts at 6:30 and plays until 11pm. The Elks Club has one of the largest wooden dance floors in Oceanside and their drinks are very reasonable. So come out and let’s help make the Oceanside Elks a great venue for great food, music and dancing. Call 433-1561 to confirm your reservation to LAMP,LANA,OCNA and Fire Mountain Party Night at the Elks. This is a great way to get to know your neighbors.


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Oceanside Days of Art- April 18 & 19

The 17th Annual Oceanside Days of Art: A fine arts festival.
130 artists selling visual art, food booths, two stages with continual music and dance performances plus a hands-on art-making area for children of all ages.

Downtown Oceanside on Pier View Way and Ditmar Street
(next to Civic Center between N Coast Highway 101 and N Nevada Street)
Saturday April 18 and Sunday April 19
10am – 5pm
Check the Fire Mountain Artists page for more info.
This year the theme “Experience Your Creativity” plays out with family-friendly participatory events including a huge Circle Painting that the public is invited to work on. Organized by international artist Hiep Nguyen, this “paint-in” has been produced in 30 cities in 8 countries since 2007. More info at

To make reservations for your group to paint: 760/433-3632.
To sponsor a painting: 760/439-7766

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Dog Beach Awareness Day- March 29, 1:00pm

Meeting place:
The Nautical Coffee Bean Co
240 Harbor
Drive South
Oceanside, CA 92054
Dog Beach Awareness Day – March 29, 1:00 p.m.

Join us for a dog walk along the proposed Dog Beach site!  Please tell everyone you know about this, as we want as many people and well-behaved dogs as possible.
This event is only the beginning of an ongoing effort to promote creation of an Oceanside Dog Beach.

Note: Dogs must be on leash (no longer than 6 feet) for this event, and please make sure you bring enough poop bags for your dogs and extras for those who might forget. We want to demonstrate how CLEAN and WELL BEHAVED our dogs are!

No need to RSVP – just show up! Check this website for updates: