California Coastal National Monument Festival - September 28, 2019 Schedule of Events: 8 - 2: Water Rescue Relays sponsored by California State Parks 9 - 4: Trinidad Civic Club Flea Markets benefiting Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse 9 - 11: Mini kayak tours with HSU Center Activities at Launcher Beach 10 - 5: Explore Humboldt State University Marine Lab 11 - 3: California Coastal National Monument Fair with music by the Tidepool High Divers and food by Tacqueria La Barca 11 - 1: Fishing and crabbing on the pier sponsored by Trinidad Rancheria 11 - 3: Trinidad Lighthouse tours sponsored by Trinidad Museum Society with living history performance from 1 - 3 by Julie Clark of the Bureau of Land Management 11 - 4: Trinidad Museum 10th Anniversary Celebration 11 - 1: Trinidad School Seabird Art Contest Winners on display at Seascape Restaurant 1 - 4: Trinidad Coastal Land Trust's Simmons Gallery and Visitor Information 4 - 6: Tastin' Trinidad in Saunder's Park sponsored by the Greater Trinidad Chamber of Commerce. $25 per person, proceeds benefit Trinidad Coastal Land Trust
* Beachcomber Cafe will donate 10% of sales from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. to support Trinidad Coastal Land Trust * Partial funding for the festival provided by California State Coastal Conservancy's Explore the Coast grant program
The Land Trust’s twenty coastal properties are managed by us, volunteers and landowners for public access, recreation and open space protections. Some of the properties we own include Houda Point/Camel Rock Beach Park, Baker Beach, north Luffenholtz Beach, our future Little River Trail property, Pilot Point, Saunders Park and public access easements to Moonstone Beach and Secret Beach. View our map in the Property Holdings section.
Your tax-deductible membership donation will help us fund important efforts this coming year including trails and land improvements, new conservation properties and projects, outdoor education programs and advocacy for our CA Coastal National Monument. Membership benefits include making a positive difference in protecting and stewarding our Trinidad beaches and public trails.