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Bishop to discuss Lutheran-Catholic unity: Event marks 500th anniversary of the Reformation

Bishop to discuss Lutheran-Catholic unity: Event marks 500th anniversary of the Reformation

In commemoration of the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s launch of the Protestant Reformation with a call for change in the Catholic Church, a Lutheran bishop will discuss the many topics on which the churches now agree. Guy Erwin, bishop of the Southwest California Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), will present […]

Storyteller Doug Motel Returns to Ojai!

Storyteller Doug Motel Returns to Ojai!

The New York Post has compared him to superstar Lily Tomlin, saying storyteller/actor/writer Doug Motel “is one of those rare comedians who creates and becomes totally original characters.” His work has been seen all around the globe, but on January 28th, Motel returns to the stage here in Ojai. “Amuse-bouche – Morsels from the Mind […]

2017 Art Tales contest for writers inspired by art is now open through April 4

2017 Art Tales contest for writers inspired by art is now open through April 4

The City of Ventura and E.P. Foster Library are pleased to sponsor the ninth annual “Art Tales,” a free “creative writing contest inspired by art.” Writers worldwide in three age categories are invited to visit the library, or the contest website, and choose the artwork that inspires them to create and enter their own poem […]

Upcoming Events at Oxnard Public Library

Upcoming Events at Oxnard Public Library

Documentary “Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Historical Perspective” (NR) Thursday, January 12, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. A staunch advocate of peaceful resistance to injustice and racial violence, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. stood at the vortex of the U.S. civil rights movement of the 1960s.  This award-winning documentary takes a look at Reverend King’s […]

Santa Paula Art Museum Gallery Talk: The Psychology of Design in Landscape Architecture

Santa Paula Art Museum Gallery Talk: The Psychology of Design in Landscape Architecture

Thursday, January 12, 2017, at 3:00 p.m. Ever wonder why guests switch partners twice when leaving your house? Stop after entering the grocery store? Have you questioned why no one ever sits in the center of their backyard? Well if you haven’t, then you are not alone. But if you are curious, then join Kern […]

Exhibit shares human trafficking stories Cal Lutheran to host multimedia project for 3 days

Exhibit shares human trafficking stories Cal Lutheran to host multimedia project for 3 days

Art Comes Alive at the Channel Islands Maritime Museum

Art Comes Alive at the Channel Islands Maritime Museum

CBS Diversity Sketch Comedy Performers Join Host Rick Najera for Latino Thought Makers Series Live at Oxnard College

CBS Diversity Sketch Comedy Performers Join Host Rick Najera for Latino Thought Makers Series Live at Oxnard College

WHAT: Latino Thought Makers Series, directed and hosted by Rick Najera;sponsored in partnership by Ventura County Community College District (VCCCD) and Oxnard College WHO: CBS Diversity Sketch Comedy Performers WHY: Director of the CBS Diversity Sketch Comedy Showcase and host of Latino Thought Makers series, Rick Najera brings the acclaimed sketch comedy show to Oxnard College’s Performing Arts Center one […]

Last Chance to Submit Art Work for Official Poster Contest of 2017 California Strawberry Festival

Last Chance to Submit Art Work for Official Poster Contest of 2017 California Strawberry Festival

Ventura: Registration is now open for the 28th annual Corporate Games

Ventura: Registration is now open for the 28th annual Corporate Games