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Hillcrest Center for the Arts Presents #COMEDY

Hillcrest Center for the Arts Presents #COMEDY

Comedians return to Thousand Oaks for Cabaret night of Comedy HashtagComedy has been bringing some of Hollywood’s funniest headliners to Thousand Oaks each month for an evening of entertainment. March’s intimate cabaret setting is Saturday, March 19 at 8:00 pm at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts, 403 W. Hillcrest Dr. The hour and a […]

University Symphony to perform March 4

University Symphony to perform March 4

Historian to discuss lynching in the US — March 3rd at Cal Lutheran

Historian to discuss lynching in the US — March 3rd at Cal Lutheran

William D. Carrigan, an Organization of American Historians Distinguished Lecturer, will present “Why Ordinary People Lynched” at 7 p.m. in Ullman Commons 100/101 on the Thousand Oaks campus. The lecture will address one of the historical underpinnings of racial tension in the United States. Carrigan will explore why and how ordinary people came to think […]

11th Annual Ventura County Blues Festival: All-Day Headlining Acts, All-Star BB Chung King Tribute Jam

11th Annual Ventura County Blues Festival: All-Day Headlining Acts, All-Star BB Chung King Tribute Jam

An exciting, new location; all-day headlining acts; festival-closing All-Star Jam dedicated to the late BB Chung King; enlarged Food and Craft Vendor area; a powerful, diverse lineup – all these factors promise to make the 11th Annual Ventura County Blues Festival the best festival ever produced by its presenters, the Ventura County Blues Society. Save […]

Camarillo Old Town Association Presents 1st Annual Beer March, Saturday, March 12, 2016

Camarillo Old Town Association Presents 1st Annual Beer March, Saturday, March 12, 2016

Women’s History Month at the Oxnard Public Library: Women in Ragtime

Women’s History Month at the Oxnard Public Library: Women in Ragtime

REI at The Collection at RiverPark invites little tykes to learn to ride bikes at its How to Ride a Bike event

REI at The Collection at RiverPark invites little tykes to learn to ride bikes at its How to Ride a Bike event

Building History: The Story of the Museum’s Home — Santa Paula Art Museum

Building History: The Story of the Museum’s Home — Santa Paula Art Museum

March 5 through July 10,2016 at the Santa Paula Art Museum The Santa Paula Art Museum is delighted to present “Building History: The Story of the Museum’s Home,” opening Saturday, March 5, 2016. The exhibition explores the fascinating history of the Limoneira Building, from its beginnings as the prestigious headquarters of the Limoneira Company to […]

Celebrity Artists Join Boys & Girls Clubs to Honor Local Youth & Volunteers

Celebrity Artists Join Boys & Girls Clubs  to Honor Local Youth & Volunteers

Celebrity Artists Join with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley to Honor Local Youth & Volunteers during the 13th Annual ‘Superstars of the Year’ Celebration Thousand Oaks, CA – The community is invited to attend one of the signature events for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley – ‘13th […]

Santa Paula: Petunia’s Debuts on Main Street

Santa Paula: Petunia’s Debuts on Main Street

By Sheryl Hamlin Moving from what she called “the shoebox” on 10th Street to more than 2000 square feet on Santa Paula’s Main Street did not seem to unnerve the calm, organized proprietor of Petunia’s and Daisy’s craft store. The expansion allows the partners to showcase more crafting products in rows of color and texture […]