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Fri Mar. 1, 2013 - Sun Mar. 31, 2013
Blue Rock Springs, 655 Columbus Prkwy
Green Fees Rolled Back to 1990's. Weekday $13 * Weekends $16 * Cart fee $12 per rider. Tee times are going fast! Restrictions as follows: Not valid on tournaments, No rain checks, 7-day advance tee time reservation, Valid March 1 through March 31.
Tue Jan. 1, 2013 - Sat Mar. 30, 2013
Benicia Historical Museum, 2060 Camel Rd
Current arts and technology exhibit Featuring unique pieces Michael Guidry a multi-media artist primarly working in pastels, ink, and recycled paper and packaging Museum Hours & Museum fees apply
Sat Feb. 9, 2013 - Sat May. 11, 2013
McIntyre Ranch, St. John's Mine Road
The McIntyre Ranch is home to several different habitats, farm animals and an educational garden. Explore nature through activities, games and crafts. Getting up close to nature helps us to understand the balance we have with the environment. Studies have found that children who spend time exploring nature are more focused and interested in school. Families are encourage to come to every meeting. Bring a snack, water and your curiosity! For more information contact the Coordinator at 648-4552. Instructor: Dee Davis Cost: $5/class resident, $6/class nonresident Adults must register at no cost.
Sat Mar. 2, 2013 - Mon Apr. 14, 2014
Cal Maritime Academy, 200 Maritime Academy Dr
Safe Powerboat Handling Course $50. US Coast Guard & NASBLA Approved. This 16-hour hands-on, on-the-water course is for anyone who wants to learn how to safely operate a small motorboat and improve their boathandling skills on actual boats. The US Coast Guard and the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) have approved this course and an increasing number of states have recognized it as meeting their requirements for a state boating safety education certificate. These national and state approvals call for the course to include a total of six to eight hours of classroom sessions covering required education topics.