Five Things We’re Grateful For this Memorial Day Weekend
Published May 22, 2020
As things progress forward, we remain more thankful than ever. It won’t be long before we’re able to fully enjoy seaside attractions like Ventura Harbor Village and the scenic Channel Islands National Park again soon. We’re excited to report that Ventura Harbor Village has more opportunities to Shop, Dine and Get on the Water this Memorial Day Weekend!
Here are 5 messages of gratitude in spirit of the holiday that hopefully brighten your day…
We are the land of the free because of the brave. Join us for a moment of gratitude and celebration for those that gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country. We recommend tapping into something serene – our live streaming web cam of the Harbor entrance is a calm place to tune into!
Thank you to those working hard to keep us safe (medical professionals, essential workers we couldn’t do this without you). This includes all of our essential workers here in Ventura Harbor. Shout out to our Maintenance Crew keeping surfaces sanitized and our Harbor Patrol & Courtesy Patrol for keeping us safe around the clock. We SEE you and we appreciate you!
Day in and day out, our small businesses have worked hard to adjust to the ever-changing protocol. No matter the circumstance, they consistently provide customers with the smoothest experience possible given the limitations. We’ve seen incredible adjustments, positive customer feedback, and pivots to engage online! We thank all the staff at our harbor restaurants, fish markets, and dessert spots that continued to stay open to provide for the community (805 Bar & Grilled Cheese, Andria’s Seafood Restaurant & Market, Coastal Cone, Copa Cubana, Harbor Cove Cafe, Harbor Market & Liquor, The Greek Mediterranean Steak & Seafood, The Parlor, Top This Chocolate, Ventura Fresh Fish, Water’s Edge Restaurant & Bar, and Wild Local Seafood). They have been working tirelessly since this all began. We couldn’t be more proud. Show your support for our locally owned businesses.
Boat rentals including kayak, stand-up paddle boards, peddle boats, and electric boat rentals are open as per Ventura County allowance. Ventura Boat Rentals has extra sanitation measures in place and they are ready to welcome you back on the water in Ventura Harbor. YOGAqua and Paddle Into Fitness are both back up and running as well with classes on the water in Ventura Harbor.
Last, but certainly not least, we are so thankful for each and every one of YOU. We wouldn’t be able to do any of this without your unwavering support, all while respecting of state/county/city guidelines. Though we all must keep a safe distance, you have shown so much love to Ventura Harbor virtually and safely in person at our businesses. We are forever grateful. As a way to giveback, we are running a gift card giveaway through the end of May. Click the link below for details on how to win.
We ask everyone to please “know before you go” and CLICK HERE for latest updates on Ventura Harbor. Let’s please remember to take good care of ourselves and take good care of each other. The sea is a healing place, and we will get through this together. SEA you soon!