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65th Annual Mattituck Strawberry Festival

Mattituck Inlet, NY June 13 - June 16

By the middle of June the North Fork strawberry crop is reaching its peak and bursting with flavor. On Father’s Day weekend, the peak of the strawberry harvest, the Mattituck Lions Club brings the community together for a special weekend of fun and purpose. Whether you’re here year-round, are a… SEE MORE

Washington Brewers Festival

Seattle, WA June 14 - June 16

Raise a glass with us on Father’s Day weekend as the Washington Beer Commission presents the 14th Annual Washington Brewer’s Festival at King County’s Marymoor Park! The Washington Brewer’s Festival is a unique all-ages beer festival (Sat & Sun) where thousands of beer aficionados can sample more than 500 beers… SEE MORE

77th Annual Hampton County Watermelon Festival

Beaufort, SC June 14 - June 23

Hampton County is the home of the world’s original Watermelon Festival. Since 1939, the Hampton County Watermelon Festival has grown to become South Carolina’s oldest continuing festival. From the beginning, it has been a celebration of, for, and by the people of this friendly Lowcountry County, timed to the melon… SEE MORE

NOAA Fisheries' West Coast Recreational Fisheries Roundtable

San Diego, CA June 18 @ 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM

NOAA Fisheries' West Coast Region and Southwest Fisheries Science Center are hosting a recreational fisheries roundtable meeting on Tuesday, June 18th, from 9:30am - 3:30pm. This is an opportunity for representatives from California’s recreational fishing community to discuss recreational fisheries issues with staff and leadership from the West Coast Region… SEE MORE

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US gas prices expected to be down this summer

AAA Anticipates Savings at the Gas Pump this Summer

6/12/2019 by US Harbors

Nearly every state’s gas price average is cheaper than a week ago, a month ago and a year ago. Today’s national average is $2.74, which is seven-cents cheaper than last week, 13-cents less than a month ago and 18 cents cheaper than a year ago. “Refinery utilization in the United… SEE MORE

Dressing for the weather and water temperature makes all the difference

Kayaking 101: What to Wear

6/12/2019 by US Harbors

Warm Weather and Water If you live in a hot part of the world that has warm water, dressing for kayaking is simple. Your biggest challenge will be staying cool, hydrated, and protected from the sun, and this should be something that you're used to doing. The most simple solution… SEE MORE

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Lowcountry Boil

A Lowcountry Culinary Tradition

6/7/2019 by US Harbors

By Margaret Gregory. Friends engage in conversation in the backyard while enjoying a breezy summer evening. Citronella candles cast a soft glow, attempting to ward off those little Southern vampires we call mosquitoes. A few people focus on a serious game of bocce ball, and the aroma of spicy seasonings… SEE MORE

Eco-Popper Digital Fishing Lure

Econet Eco-Popper Video Fishing Lure

6/5/2019 by US Harbors

The summer is finally here and it's time to dust off your rod and reel along with a fun new accessory built to add excitement to your time on the water. The Econet Eco-Popper Video Fishing Lure is a new popper designed lure featuring a wide-angle 720p HD camera to… SEE MORE

Atlantic hurricane season runs June 1 - November 30th.

Tips for Being Prepared in Advance of a Hurricane or Tropical Storm

6/5/2019 by US Harbors

The best time to prepare for a hurricane is before hurricane season begins. It is vital to understand your home's vulnerability to storm surge, flooding, and wind. Here is your checklist of things to do in advance of hurricane season. Know your zone: Do you live near the Gulf or Atlantic… SEE MORE

Artic terns are the world's longest migrants.

Exploring the Animal 'Supernavigators' That Can Fly 56,000 Miles a Year

6/2/2019 by US Harbors

By Frans de Waal BOOK REVIEW: SUPERNAVIGATORS Exploring the Wonders of How Animals Find Their Way By David Barrie As I stood peering up in the sky to see the “river of raptors” moving through the Mexican state of Veracruz, I needed to adjust my expectations. The birds were much… SEE MORE

Drowning Doesn't Look Like Drowning

Drowning Doesn't Look Like Drowning

5/31/2019 by US Harbors

By Mario Vittone. The new captain jumped from the deck, fully dressed, and sprinted through the water. A former lifeguard, he kept his eyes on his victim and headed straight for a couple who were swimming between their anchored sportfish and the beach. “I think he thinks you’re drowning,” the… SEE MORE

BoatUS Releases Annual List of Top 10 of Boat Names

BoatUS Releases Annual List of the Top 10 Boat Names

5/31/2019 by US Harbors

SPRINGFIELD, VA. – Each year, Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) tallies the most popular boat names. The tradition dates back a quarter century, with the list derived from adding up requests for boat name designs from BoatUS Boat Graphics. Each reveals something about the personality of the… SEE MORE