Community Links and Sponsors
Capistrano Valley Symphony
Since its debut, the Symphony has worked to provide the South Orange County communities exciting musical programs at a variety of venues, both indoors and out. These have ranged from public park facilities to local playhouses and hotel ballrooms. The performances vary from our "Riviera Pops" series to chamber music and includes special event programs on the 4th of July and during the winter holiday season.
Niquel Art Association
Niguel Art Association is dedicated to providing quality venues and workshops for professional working artists.
Dana Point Historical Society
Celebrating and preserving the history of Dana Point, Capistrano Beach and Monarch Beach.The new museum location and headquarters for the Dana Point Historical Society at the Dana Point Community House 24642 San Juan Avenue, Dana Point
Dana Point Lighthouse Society
The Dana Point Lighthouse Society is made up of people who love Dana Point and the Harbor. Membership includes anyone who lives, works, visits, sails, or plays in Dana Point and surrounding communities. Dedicated to promoting and supporting the building of a lighthouse/Maritime Museum overlooking teh wonderful harbor that will bring the 1920's vision of our community's designers into reality.
City of Dana Point
The City of Dana Point encourages community involvement and is committed to:
Develop and ensure the highest possible quality of life for our residents, businesses and visitors..
Provide a safe and healthy environment within a sound economic atmosphere.
Provide an efficient and effective government which is open and responsive to the needs of the community and works for the benefit of all.
Dana Point Chamber of Commerce
The Mission of the Dana Point Chamber of Commerce is to promote business interests and protect the free enterprise system, to pursue a healthy economy and strive for a better quality of life in our community.
The Ocean Institute has become nationally known for its hands-on marine science, environmental education and maritime history programs. More than 78,000 K-12 students and 6,000 teachers annually participate in the Institute's 61 award-winning, immersion style programs. To learn oceanography and science, students voyage onto the ocean to feel and taste the salty sea spray, sort through live specimens, observe migrating whales and collect scientific data. To learn maritime history and literature, students spend an entire night aboard the brig Pilgrim - each student hauling lines, hoisting sails, standing night watch and swabbing decks.