Harbormaster Armando Eason has already implemented a new mooring management system and has added more Harbor Patrol officers.
The sixth annual Flying Fish Festival will offer four days of family fun, beginning with the ninth annual Taste Around of Avalon.
Catalina Island Museum visitors will get a rare glimpse at the life and work of pioneer archaeologist Ralph Glidden, who conducted many excavations on and around Catalina Island in the last century.
Santa Catalina Island offers dark sky viewing away from city lights -- making it an ideal location for viewing comets and star alignments.
Blue Water Cruising Club, the longtime lessee of Catalina Island’s Big Geiger Cove (located a mile east of the Catalina Isthmus), has announced a busy schedule of activities for members this year.
Boaters who view the Institute for Wildlife Studies’ Eagle Cam online may have caught the emergence of a baby bald eagle when it hatched on Catalina Island the morning of April 4.
The Catalina Island fox, once threatened with extinction, has made a resurgence on the island, Catalina Island Conservancy officials announced.
With its theme of “Make ‘em Laugh,” the event at the Casino theater offers residents and island visitors a chance to enjoy great slapstick comedy films with several of the biggest stars of the silent era.
Boaters are invited to celebrate Easter weekend at Avalon and Two Harbors, as both sides of the island plan to host fun events for the whole family.
Owned and operated by Jim Ulcickas and Rick Stauton, the new restaurant will offer more than 25 varieties of fresh seafood and shellfish dishes, along with children’s and “small-plate” menus.
Hikers are invited to explore the island and get their fill of its incredible scenic vistas during the second annual BZ Jones Cross Catalina Hike on March 16.
Those who enjoy exploring Catalina Island’s crystal waters can spend a day diving while raising funds for the University of Southern California Catalina Hyperbaric Chamber, May 1.
Boaters searching for a reason to join a party just might have found one: The inaugural Shipwreck Weekend is scheduled to begin at Two Harbors on Friday, March 22, launching three days of celebration.
Here’s a roundup of activities coming up in March on Santa Catalina Island:
In the main event, participants can jog, sprint, walk or run along a trail through 26 miles of the island’s rugged terrain and scenic vistas. 10K, 5K, Marathon Walkers and Kids’ Run events are also offered.