7th Annual Hueneme Holly-Day Tree Lighting

Presented by Port Hueneme Chamber of Commerce & The City of Port Hueneme

Port Hueneme City Hall Lawn

Lawn seating opens at 5:00 pm; bring your own lawn chair and/or blankets

Cops for Tots Toy Giveaway ~ Guest appearance by Santa Clause ~ Food Trucks ~ Holiday Entertainment ~ Face Painting ~ Children’s Activities ~ Mayor’s Message of Hope


Holly Day 2019 - 7th Annual Tree Lighting, front lawn of Port Hueneme City  Hall December 5th 5:30pm

Small Business Saturday

Save the date for our Small & Home Based Business Vendor Fair on Small Business Saturday!

Small Business Saturday 2017


Please call 805-822-3747 for vendor info

Fourth Annual Veterans Day Celebration

The City of Port Hueneme, Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum, Oxnard Harbor District, Sea Cadet Corp Ben Moreell Battalion, VFW Post 3935, and Navy League Cordially Invite You to the 4th Annual Veterans Day Celebration Honoring America’s Military: Past, Present and Future

Monday, November 11, 2019
8:30 AM to 9:30 AM
in front of City Hall, 250 N. Ventura Road, Port Hueneme

REACH Fundraiser: Bard Mansion Ghost Tour

Join us for a night of Hollows Eve fun at the haunted Bard Mansion. There will be Appetizers, a No Host Bar, Buffet Dinner, Raffle and a Ghost History of the Bard Mansion given by Richard Senate. Followed by an intimate Seance with medium Debbie Senate. Tickets on sale through October 11th.

*Naval Base requires Date of Birth and Name as it appears on government issued I.D. that will be presented upon entry.

REACH Fundraiser: Bard Mansion Ghost Tour


Cancelled: Friends of the Bard Mansion Quarterly Dinner

Special Guest Speaker: Historian Charles Johnson “The Legacy of Dr. Cephas Bard”

Dr. Cephas Bard, who practiced medicine in Ventura from 1868 to 1903, built the first hospital in Ventura, with the support of his brother Thomas Bard, the founder of Port Hueneme. If a patient could not afford treatment, Cephas would accept an object in trade, which resulted in a significant collection of Chumash artifacts. In his will he gifted his collection to the Pioneer Society, with his desire that they build a museum in Ventura. His bronze bust is at the entrance of the Museum of Ventura County, where he is recognized as its founder.

Charles Johnson recently retired as the Librarian-Archivist at the Museum of Ventura County, where he worked for almost thirty years. He also served as Editor of their Quarterly historical publication. In fact, Johnson edited the 2000 issue that was dedicated to Cephas. His History of the Museum of Ventura County 1891-2014 was published in 2017, which incidentally sports an image of Cephas on the cover.
Johnson’s present business, History by Design, specializes in publications, public presentations, exhibits, and collections development.

Because this event is on NBVC, you must fill out form at least two weeks in advance:

Small Business Saturday

Join us in supporting our local businesses on Small Business Saturday!

Small Business Saturday 2017