December 3rd

Christmas at the Waterfront

Christmas on the Waterfront is a terrific regional tradition to ring in the holidays in the Suisun City Waterfront District, featuring local entertainment and seasonal cheer for the whole family.

Event Details TBA.

December 3rd

PYC Winter Commodore’s Ball

5pm Cocktails & Appetizers

6pm Dinner

7pm Awards & Recognition

9pm Dancing with Jun Simundo & Band

 

Menu:

Beef Wellington in a creamy Madeira Sauce

Chicken Piccate in a creamy lemon and caper Sauce

 

Accompaniment:

Garlic Mash Potatoes

Fresh Veggies

Winter Green Salad

Dessert Table

 

Price: 40.00

Attire: Formal Black Tie

Email Lynn Fogleman for reservations at LynnatNDRealty@nullaol.com

December 3rd

“Delta Reflections” Lighted Boat Parade

The “Delta Reflections” Marina West Yacht Club lighted boat parade is a go! December 2016 will be the 37th annual Lighted Boat Parade put on by Marina West Yacht Club.  Lynn Hahn has spearheaded this charitable event for many years and will be the Grand Marshall this year. Mark your calendars for December 3rd to be on the water participating in the parade or watching from the shore on the Stockton waterfront. Please let us know if you are planning on participating with your boat.

All sizes of boats welcome!

 

Charitable event, $25 entry fee

December 3rd

Delta Reflections Lighted Boat Parade Cruise!

Join us for a fun 3 hour cruise and be in the parade! We have won 1st place every year we have entered (for crowd-pleaser).
Cruise includes assorted finger foods (buffet style) featuring steak and chicken tacos, chips/salsa, assorted bag chips, spinach dip/baguette, salami/cheese/crackers, marinated chicken, potato salad, assorted cookies/candies, bottled water, sodas, coffee (cash only bar for adult beverages).
TICKETS:  $79 per person (tax included) limited to the first 55 sold

Boarding from 3:15-3:30 at the Stockton Downtown Marina Guest Dock (we leave on time).

December 4th

Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at the Park!

Bethel Island presents Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at the Park!

  • Santa
  • Tree decorating with the Lions
  • Cookies & Warm Beverages from the Bethel Island Woman's Club

What a perfect start to the season!

December 4th

Live Music | Pro Jam with Bob Kinney

PRO JAM WITH BOB KINNEY!
Everyone is welcome.. come on out to the delta and enjoy a Sunday afternoon with Music, Drinks and FUN!  If you are a musician and would like to play, just bring your own instrument!  
If you Love MUSIC..then this is the place to be!

December 6th

Entrepreneur Training Class Info Session

Spaces still available in Oakley’s upcoming Entrepreneur Training class

Are you a small business owner looking to improve your business and sharpen your skills?

Are you serious about starting up a business?

Does your business need a business plan for the future?

If you answered yes, the City of Oakley’s Entrepreneur Training class may be right for you. This 11-week class is designed to walk students through the creation of a business plan, and there are still spaces available in the upcoming class.

For the last two years, Oakley Economic Development has sponsored this 11-week program for existing Oakley businesses or Oakley residents serious about starting up a new business. Training scholarships of $1,000 per student are being provided by the City for Oakley residents and/or business owners. Scholarships do not include a $200 fee for registration and training materials.

The classes will be held at City Hall (3231 Main St, Oakley) on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. till noon. The classes run from January 10th through March 23rd. Interested individuals are encouraged to attend the next informational session, held on December 6th from 10:00 – 11:30 am at the Oakley City Hall.

Past participants have given the following positive reviews from their experience:

“The Entrepreneur Program helped me develop a realistic plan, enabling me to actually start a company.” – Benjamin

“The Entrepreneur Training class was the perfect opportunity and the smartest thing we have done for our business.” … “We were shown tools to better understand how to reach our target market and to map out a smarter plan for the future of our company.” – Sasha

“This class forces you to take a step back and look at the bigger picture and individually evaluate the integral parts of what goes into making your business successful…” – Gerry

“The main take away for me from this class was direction! I know what I have done to this point and now I can honestly know where I am going. I personally feel more confident about my business and myself.” - Monica

For more information, please visit the Economic Development page of the City of Oakley website (www.ci.oakley.ca.us) or contact Dwayne Dalman, Economic Development Manager, at (925) 625-7006 or by email at dalman@nullci.oakley.ca.us.

December 8th

Boating topics that matter to you!

Join us on Thursday, December 8th for a FREE California Clean Boating Network meeting from 9:15 a.m. to approx. 1 p.m. at Martinez Yacht Club.
You must RSVP by emailing Vivian Matuk at vmatuk@nullcoastal.ca.gov

Location: Martinez Yacht Club 111 Tarantino Rd, Martinez, CA 94553 (Thanks to the club, its Board, Frank Kastl, and Olivia Ortega (Marina Manager).
Parking: Free!
Map: https://goo.gl/maps/7eoQYS2xQpH2

We hope for your enthusiastic participation and offer plenty of time to ask questions of the experts. Topics will include:

• An update on the Statewide Clean Boating Program (Vivian Matuk (CA State Parks Division of Boating and Waterways and CA Coastal Commission). Learn about some of the program accomplishments and opportunities to partner with this program in 2017.

• The New California Boater Card. Bria Miller (CA State Parks Division of Boating and Waterways) will be providing an overview and update on the new California Vessel Operator Card (CVOC) program that goes into effect on January 1, 2018. You will be learning about when boaters will need to have a California Boater Card (CBC), who will be required to have a card, how the program will be phased in, who will be exempt from the needing a CBC, among other important information.

• Do you have that sinking feeling? Learn about the Surrendered and Abandoned Vessel Exchange (SAVE) Grant Program. Receive an update about how this program creates a strong solution to the dilemma of abandoned vessels and marine debris in California. Susan Sykes (CA State Parks Division of Boating and Waterways Derelict Vessel Programs Administrator) will explain how everyone can benefit from SAVE, and how this helpful grant program can work in your community.

• Delta Aquatic Weeds: Persistent, But Under Control. Leandro Ramos (CA State Parks Division of Boating and Waterways-DBW, Senior Environmental Scientist). Find out what progress DBW has made in assessing and controlling invasive aquatic weeds in the Delta and its tributaries and how collaboration is improving the Delta. Also, an update on herbicidal treatments for floating and submerged aquatic vegetation; mechanical harvesting; and other delta specific challenges.

• New Pumpout App for Boaters. James Muller and Adrien Baudrimont (San Francisco Estuary Partnership) will present on a new mobile application they are developing for release in March, 2017. This app, funded by DBW's Clean Vessel Act Outreach and Education Grant, will allow boaters to find sewage pumpout stations, get information about sewage in the environment, report any non-working pumpout stations, and send in information about the pumpouts they visit. This new app will be available, for free, for both Android and Apple phones.

You must RSVP by emailing Vivian Matuk at vmatuk@nullcoastal.ca.gov

December 10th

Rosa’s at Tower Park | Holiday Pot Luck & Golf Cart Parade

Holiday POTLUCK and GOLF CART PARADE

A fundraiser for the US Marine Corps Toys for Tots!  Everyone is welcome!  If you would like to decorate your golf cart, please do and we will start the parade about 5 ish.  We will go through Jellystone Yogi Bear Campground, then the main roads of Tower Park Village.  Potluck usually begins about 7 ish.  So bring a favorite dish to share!   All we ask is that you bring an NEW unwrapped toy for one of our favorite charities...  Toys for Tots.

https://www.facebook.com/events/299012553805051/

December 10th

PYC Lighted Boat Parade & Potluck Dinner

Captain's Meeting 5:30pm

  • Decorate your vessel
  • Meet us at Pittsburg Yacht Club
  • Cruise the waterways

After boat parade, join us for Special Cheer in the club!!!

Bring your favorite dish for the potluck dinner

Approximately 7:30pm after Lighted Boat Parade

Any questions AND/OR sign-ups, please contact Samantha Fox: (916) 476-3123

December 13th

City of Stockton Open House

City Hall Open House
Open to Community & City Employees

(Stockton, CA) – On Tuesday, December 13, 2016, City Hall will open doors for its annual Open House for the community and City employees, from 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., City Hall, 1st floor lobby, 425 N. El Dorado Street.

The Open House will be held the afternoon of the last Council Meeting of the year. Please join us at this reception for out-going members of the Council, Mayor Anthony Silva and Councilmember Michael Blower, enjoy light refreshments and meet City employees.

For anyone who would like to participate, donations of unwrapped gifts for the Stockton Professional Firefighters Local 456 Toy Drive and the Stockton Police Youth Activities Officer Matt Smith’s Toy Project are being accepted at City Hall.
For information, please contact the City Manager’s Office at (209) 937-8827.

December 14th

Delta Chamber Mixer at Stockton Yacht Club

Join us for this excellent networking opportunity with fun folks, food, fun, and libations!

December 18th

Santa Sack

Proceeds to Benefit the Santa Sack Program

50/50 Raffle

1 ticket for $5.00 donation. Need not be present to win. Drawing will be held at Rusty Porthole!

For tickets call:
-Margie: (925) 628-5948
-Jessica: (925) 642-3973
-Bird: (925) 384-4592
-Jackie: (510) 816-9871
Or get your tickets at the Porthole

December 31st

Rosa’s at Tower Park | New Year’s Eve Party

 

Rosa's at Tower Park Presents:

Roses and Onyx | NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY 

Dinner is at 6:30 with Prime Rib and Lobster 

Music is at 9:00 Pm

$75.00 per person or $140 Per couple.  RSVP must be made by 12.22 at 209.365.0131 

For those not dining with us, the doors will open at 8:30 with a $10.00 Cover per person!  

All details are listed on our Facebook Page.

https://www.facebook.com/pg/Rosasattowerpark/events/?ref=page_internal

 

 

December 31st

PYC New Year’s Eve Party

Celebrate 2017 at our 50’s Sock Hop!

Cocktails at 6pm

Dinner at 7pm

Menu TBD

Live Band Starts 8pm Dancing

Price $35.00 per person

Email Lynn Fogleman at LynnatNDRealty@nullaol.com

December 31st

New Year’s Eve at Pittsburg Yacht Club

Pittsburg Yacht Club New Year's Eve Party

2017 Celebration & 50's Sock Hop!

Cocktails at 6 PM

Menu

  • Caesar Salad
  • Garlic Cheese Bread
  • Italian Sausage Meat Lasagna & Veggie Lasagna
  • Dessert Table

Live DJ! D.J. CHARLES

Dancing starts at 8:00pm

Price: $35 per person

Email Lynn Fogleman at LynnatNDRealty@nullaol.com

January 1st

Commodores Day Cruise to Bridge Marina Yacht Club

Bridge Marina Yacht Club is hosting us again with a wonderful New Year's Day Breakfast. Reservations needed!!!

Special Congratulations to Mary Jo Sullivan, Commodore for 2017 

  • 1000 hours: Skippers and boats meet at PYC, Sunday January 1st
  • 1045 hours: Brief Skippers Meeting; Monitor Ch 71; Embark Boats
  • 1100 hours: Boats depart PYC, being led by 2017 Fleet Captain, Jan Cutaia-laconis, on board "Party of Five"
  • 1200 hours: Arrive and dock; Ring in the first day of a great 2017

Below is Info from Bridge Marina

Brunch: a huge variety of breakfast and lunch items

12:00 noon: Cocktails start

1:00pm: Brunch will start being served

Price: $15 per person, Reservations are a must

Contact Jim Davi at (925) 698-6856 or email: captainjim@nullcomcast.net

PYC Contact for Reservations: jcutaia@nullaol.com

September 13th

Delta Chamber Mixer at Village West Yacht Club

Join us for this excellent networking opportunity with fun folks, food, fun, and libations!

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The California Delta Chambers & Visitors Bureau is an organization of chambers of commerce, visitor's bureaus, businesses and associate members in the Sacramento - San Joaquin River Delta. The California Delta area strives to enhance the enjoyment for visitors to this unique 1,000-mile waterway, while striving to protect and preserve the area's fragile beauty. Your Delta area business is important. To ensure you are getting the most exposure, the Delta Chambers offers business networking opportunities through mixers, boat shows and other trade show attendance, special events and committee participation.

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Dec 14

Delta Chamber Mixer at Stockton Yacht Club

(209) 946-9259

3235 River Dr. Stockton, CA 95204

6:00 pm To 7:30 pm

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Delta Chamber Mixer at Village West Yacht Club

(209) 478-8992

6633 Embarcadero Dr. Stockton, CA 95219

6:00 pm To 7:30 pm

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