Via our Port Hueneme Police Department: All Ventura County beaches serve as important habitats for a variety of shorebirds. Here in Hueneme, we share our beach with wildlife that depends upon the beach for their survival. Please take a moment to read this publication from the Audubon Society and help us keep Hueneme Beach awesome! (the link opens a pdf document in a new tab)
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March 6, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Port Hueneme Historical Museum, Friends of the Bard Mansion and the City of Port Hueneme are sponsoring one-hour tours of historic Berylwood, the turn-of-the-century mansion occupied by the Thomas R. Bard family
The first tour is scheduled for March 6, 2018 @ 10:00AM. Docents: Johnnie Adamson and Dr. Purna Pai.
You will be required to complete the following steps in advance of the tour
- All visitors must view the “History of Port Hueneme” film at the Museum (corner of Hueneme Road and Market Street) in order to sign up for the tour.
- Since the mansion is located inside of Naval Base Ventura County, visitors will be required to fill out a Department of the Navy Access Pass Registration form and submit it to Museum staff by February 6, 2018. Be advised the form asks you to supply your driver’s license and social
security numbers. You will then be provided with a map to guide you from the Sunkist Gate to the Bard Mansion.
- After the Navy clears you, your name will be added to a list provided to Naval Security at the Sunkist Gate. (You will be notified by the Museum if you are not cleared.) Please bring a photo ID with you on the day of the tour.