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Students to hold mobile business event Public can shop at Cal Lutheran – March 10th

Students to hold mobile business event Public can shop at Cal Lutheran – March 10th

Six retail trucks selling clothes, yarn and other goods will be parked along Memorial Drive between Regent and Pioneer avenues on the Thousand Oaks campus from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The street will be blocked off so people from Cal Lutheran and the community can safely walk from truck to truck to shop. In […]

Newbury Park Spring Art & Crafts Festival – March 5th and 6th

Newbury Park Spring Art & Crafts Festival – March 5th and 6th

  March 5th – 6th, 2016 10:00am – 4:00pm Borchard Community Center 190 Reino Road, Newbury Park The Annual Spring Art & Crafts Festival features more than 100 artists and craftspersons selling a variety of original art and handmade items. Also includes hands-on children’s activities, refreshments, and more. Entrance is FREE to the public and will take place […]

Award-winning poet to present reading Harryette Mullen was finalist for National Book Award

Award-winning poet to present reading Harryette Mullen was finalist for National Book Award

“Reading and Conversation with Harryette Mullen” will begin at 4 p.m. in the William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art on the Thousand Oaks campus. Mullen is the author of eight books of poetry, as well as short stories and critical essays. “Recyclopedia,” released in 2006, won a PEN Beyond Margins Award and “Sleeping with the […]

The Addams Family opens in Ojai March 11th

The Addams Family opens in Ojai March 11th

Oxnard’s Carnegie Art Museum — UPCOMING Exhibition: That GREAT MASS ROCK is called THE EARTH

Oxnard’s Carnegie Art Museum —  UPCOMING Exhibition: That GREAT MASS ROCK is called THE EARTH

Mastering Your Home Garden Workshop: YOUR SUMMER VEGETABLE GARDEN

Mastering Your Home Garden Workshop: YOUR SUMMER VEGETABLE GARDEN

Saturday March 12, 2016 9 am to Noon Hansen Agricultural Research and Extension Center Now is the time to start your summer vegetable garden, so why not let the Ventura County Master Gardeners take you through the process from site selection to harvest. They’ll discuss soil preparation, irrigation, composting and raised bed gardens. You’ll see […]

Professor decorates trees in Celtic style Exhibit featuring paintings to open at Cal Lutheran

Professor decorates trees in Celtic style Exhibit featuring paintings to open at Cal Lutheran

“The Clouty Tree, The Devil, and Me,” an installation featuring paintings by Michael Pearce, will open March 5 and run through April 7 in the Kwan Fong Gallery of Culture and Art on the Thousand Oaks campus. A reception will be held at 7 p.m. March 5. Pearce, an associate professor of art at Cal […]

Santa Paula Blanchard Library Back Stacks Book Sale – March 5th

Santa Paula Blanchard Library Back Stacks Book Sale – March 5th

Back Stacks Books sponsored by the Friends of the Blanchard Community Library in Santa Paula continues to be a great place to find just the right books. The Back Stacks 1st Saturday sale March 5, from 10 AM to 2 PM, will feature 1,000’s of used books from 50 cents to $2, as well as […]

Protest Lawsuit Abuse — 6th Annual Day at the Capitol event on Tuesday, March 15th

Protest Lawsuit Abuse — 6th Annual Day at the Capitol event on Tuesday, March 15th

The abuse of California’s lawsuit system is out of control. That’s why we’re asking you to join California Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse at its 2016 Day at the Capitol on March 15. Our state’s leaders need to hear from you about why we need to reform our lawsuit system so it serves the interests of […]

Latino Thought Makers at Oxnard College — March 10th

Latino Thought Makers at Oxnard College — March 10th

Oxnard College Institute for Latino Performing Arts proudly presents the next installment of the Latino Thought Makers series featuring nationally acclaimed writer, Josefina Lopez and multi-award winning actor, Luis Guzman. The series, led by writer-director-comedian, Rick Najera will take place on Thursday, March 10th at Oxnard College’s Performing Arts Center located at 4000 S. Rose […]