Whaling City Festival has been running for 42 years. Over 150 thousand people visit the whale festival every year. At the Whaling City Festival you can shop over 200 flea market and craft vendors and eat at one of the 26 food vendors. Enjoy music and entertainment from local bands and local radio stations. The Whaling City Festival wouldn’t be complete without taking a ride on one of many Mark Fanelli’s Carnival rides.
New Bedford, Massachusetts
Whaling City Festival has been running for 42 years.
The Whaling City Festival is in New Bedford Mass at Buttonwood Park next to the zoo.
Whaling City Festival
Every March, spring splashes into Canada with the Pacific Rim Whale Festival!
March 15 – 23, 2014
Join the fun on the shores of Vancouver Island’s wild west coast, as we celebrate the arrival of upwards of 20,000 grey whales on their northbound migration from the Baja Peninsula to Alaska’s Bering Strait and beyond.
Pacific Rim Whale Festival
Whale Watching in Tofino is a Popular Adventure Tour.
The Whale Festival kicks of the Tofino Whale Watching season.
See the Events listings on the App early 2014 for the Tofino Whale Festival Events Schedule…
Sitka WhaleFest theme: Gizmos and Gadgets – The technology that rocks our world.
Save the date November 6-9 for 2014 Sitka WhaleFest!!
Sitka WhaleFest 2014
We are excited to announce this year’s theme is “Gizmos and Gadgets: The Technology that Rocks Our World” at the Sitka WhaleFest. As usual, the Sitka Sound Science Center will bring a series of top notch speakers to guide us in understanding how technology has facilitated marine science. We will cover the gadgets from the past, review the technology scientists use today and end with the rich potential for future gizmos. Sitka WhaleFest’s main goal is to bring current marine research to you and make it fun. We hope you will join us this year in the celebration of our marine life at Sitka WhaleFest!
Sitka WhaleFest, November 6-9, 2014
A Migration Celebration!
Whale Fest Kodiak April 18 – April 28, 2014
Whale Fest Kodiak celebrates the return of Eastern Pacific Gray Whales to Alaskan waters. Here on scenic Kodiak Island in the Gulf of Alaska, we are privileged to have nearly all of this population pass by on their journey north – the longest migration route of any mammal on earth. Some of these gray whales remain here all summer to feed before returning south. This celebration spreads out to all species of whales and other marine mammals and birds.
Whale Fest Kodiak 2014, will mark the 18th year that the festival has been running. It is not only anticipated by locals, but also attracts Eco-tourists who travel to Kodiak to take part in the festivities. Whale Fest events include scientific forums, harbor tours, marine mammal-inspired music, traditional Native art and archaeology, various children’s programs, and guided hikes out at Narrow Cape near Ugak Bay. This is the only area in Alaska where you can stand on ground and watch hundreds of whales go by. Most of our programs are led by volunteers and are available at no charge.
Whale Fest Kodiak is April 18 -28, 2014
Actually not much to do with Whales rom their website…
Whaling Days is a not-for-profit festival run exclusively by Volunteers. … Click here for a Festival Layout. 2014 Schedule of Events – Coming Soon …
When the whales return to Saratoga Passage below Langley’s seawall, residents and guests welcome them with open arms. Children and adults, alike, enjoy the festivities which include a Welcome the Whales parade of species, Saturday April 19 at 1:30 pm, and seaside celebration.
Fort Bragg Whale Festival Chowder Tasting Event – Brown Paper Tickets
Restaurants that will be represented; Cafe One, Cliff House, Harvest Market, Living Light,The Restaurant,Laurel Deli,Angelina’s,North Coast Brewing Company, and JJ’s Family Restaurant. In addition there will be beer sampling provided by North Coast Brewing Company. You must be 21 years of age or older and show your ID at the event.
This popular event celebrates the migration of the gray whales.
The 40Fathoms Film Festival – a The South African Shark Conservancy event – is only 3 weeks away! If you are in Hermanus between June 7th & 8th, …
Gray Whales migrate past our shores on their journey from Baja to Alaska. The Festival offers over 70 events for the young and young at heart, from a plethora of whale sightings to hands-on education about whales and the whaling tradition within the Nuu-chah-nulth people of the West Coast.
The Wickaninnish Inn hosts the much-anticipated winemakers dinner and silent auction, with 100% of proceeds donated to further education on these ancient creatures. Click www.pacificrimwhalefestival.com.