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Oceanside News

Oceanside News

Check out these events and programs happening in Downtown Oceanside

Oceanside Morning Farmers Market July 23, Pier View Way & Coast Highway Come shop and support your local farmers and food vendors from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. this Thursday. MainStreet Oceanside’s farmers market is operating from Ditmar Street to Tremont Street on Pier View Way. Focusing on safety during COVID-19, vendors and customers are required to wear a face covering in the market and no pets are allowed. Photo by: Venegas Creek Roses FIND OUT MORE

Oceanside Strong Merchandise Sales Ongoing, Online & Whitlock Ink Help Oceanside businesses stay strong during the COVID-19 pandemic by purchasing Oceanside Strong masks and tees designed by Whitlock Ink. Profits from this recently relaunched program will now be shared with MainStreet Oceanside to support future advertising and marketing initiatives for Downtown Oceanside businesses. FIND OUT MORE

Prescription Drug Take-Back Program Ongoing, Walgreens, 3752 Mission Ave. The North Coastal Prevention Coalition wants to remind us how important it is to dispose of prescription medication properly. If you have medication that is expired or no longer needed, you can drop it off in secure packaging at a number of locations throughout the county, including Oceanside at the above Walgreens Pharmacy location. FIND OUT MORE

Coursera for Workforce Recovery Now through December 31, Online The Oceanside Public Library invites unemployed, furloughed or other part-time workers to register for a free account through Coursera for Workforce Recovery. Gain skills to help re-enter the workforce or develop skills to better your opportunities. This program is available by Coursera in response to COVID-19 and administered through the Oceanside Public Library. FIND OUT MORE


Small Business Stimulus Grant Now through August 7 Small businesses and non-profit entities experiencing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 response may be eligible for a stimulus grant through the Board of Supervisors. According to the grant application instructions, small businesses and nonprofit entities operating in District 5 of San Diego County have until August 7 to apply. FIND OUT MORE


Photo by: Board & Brush, Oceanside CA

Board & Brush, Oceanside CA Now open at 109 S. Coast Highway, Board & Brush, Oceanside CA offers unique wood projects to celebrate the special events, people and pets in your life. Shop DIY kits and pre-made signs for occasions like birthdays and date nights or decor for the home. Photo by: Board & Brush, Oceanside CA FIND OUT MORE


The Beach Services Program is operating daily all summer long at the Oceanside Pier, providing food and beverages, water sports equipment rentals, bicycle rentals, surf instruction and more. Duke’s, owned and operated by Cindy and Darryl Berg, is open Friday-Tuesday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. As a friendly reminder, a face covering is required to order from all vendors.


Enroll in no-cost webinars Contractors, trade professionals, business owners and employees can take SDG&E energy-related webinars at little or no cost. Topics include HVAC, Smart Building Technologies, Facility Management, Sustainable Strategies, Project Management for Energy Efficiency, Cooling Water Treatment, Decarbonizing Existing Commercial Buildings and MORE! Check out the list of webinars and register at seminars.sdge.comFIND OUT MORE


Al’s Cafe in the Village While the Oceanside Sunset Market remains closed, our vendor Al’s Cafe in the Village is open for carryout from 7 a.m.-1 p.m. Family owned since 1991, Al’s Cafe offers a wide selection of breakfast and lunch options plus catering and gift cards. Support and connect with more vendors at Virtualsunsetmarket.com. Photo by: Al’s Cafe in the Village


MainStreet Oceanside | 760.754.4512 | www.mainstreetoceanside.com 


  1. Jane Gladden says:

    St. Thomas More Catholic Church events aren’t hitting the calendar. Perhaps they’re not being submitted properly? This just began occurring about six months ago. Please advise if they’ve been received…..Spring Ring on April 16th; Gala celebration on April 29th; Bible Study on May 4th.

    Thank you.

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