The Venice Oceanarium is throwing a Grunion watching party Friday, June 3rd starting at 10:30 pm. The meet up will be at the Venice Breakwater at the end of Windward Ave and children are encouraged to attend. For more info call the Venice Oceanarium at 424-270-5757 or check their website by clicking here.
Venice Beach Grunion Party June 3rd!
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