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Shhhh! – Casa Pacifica’s Speakeasy Yummie Top Chef Dinner to Take Place June 2nd – Password FUN!

Shhhh! – Casa Pacifica’s Speakeasy Yummie Top Chef Dinner to Take Place June 2nd – Password FUN!

Several of Ventura County’s best chefs and top tier wineries will gather to create an unforgettable epicurean event at the 4th annual Yummie Top Chef Dinner, taking place on Friday, June 2nd, 2017. The dinner kicks off the festivities for the annual Angels Wine, Food & Brew Festival – which follows on Sunday, June 4th. […]

13th Annual Rebozo Festival — May 21st in Camarillo!

13th Annual Rebozo Festival — May 21st in Camarillo!

Rebozo Festival, Inc., is pleased to announce the 13th annual Rebozo Festival, which will be held on Sunday, May 21, 2017, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Camarillo Ranch.  About the Rebozo Festival Formed in 2005, a small group of community volunteers, Las Madrinas (the Godmothers), gathered to organize the 1st Rebozo Festival, […]

Camarillo PD Encourages Residents to Participate in the Neighborhood Watch Program

Camarillo PD Encourages Residents to Participate in the Neighborhood Watch Program

Due to the recent increase in property crimes occurring within the city of Camarillo, the Camarillo Police Department is encouraging residents to participate in the Neighborhood Watch program. Neighborhood Watch is one of the oldest and most effective crime prevention programs in the country, bringing citizens together with law enforcement to deter crime and make […]

Forming a Santa Clara River Freshwater Stewardship Corridor

Forming a Santa Clara River Freshwater Stewardship Corridor

Innovative stewardship approaches are key to a sustainable freshwater ecosystem’s health.  What is freshwater stewardship?  How does it apply to the Santa Clara River?  Case studies from similar watershed and ecosystems around the state as well as locally is scheduled to be discussed at the Water Talk ‘Santa Clara River Freshwater Stewardship Corridor’ on April […]

FBI Cyber Crime presentation at Simi Valley PD yields sound advice on avoiding becoming a victim.

FBI Cyber Crime presentation at Simi Valley PD yields sound advice on avoiding becoming a victim.

FBI Special Agent Michael Sohn from the Los Angeles based FBI Cyber Crime Task Force gave 50 Simi Valley residents a primer on avoiding victimization.  “You want to have strong passwords and multi factor authentication for your email accounts,” said Agent Sohn. One of the big lessons shared was how hackers are not attacking the […]

Second Annual Startup Weekend Ventura County is April 21-23

Second Annual Startup Weekend Ventura County is April 21-23

On April 21-23, Startup Weekend Ventura County returns to Camarillo at Rancho Campana High School.  This marks the second year of a growing program to encourage and assist the launch of technology startup businesses in Ventura County. Startup Weekend is a joint venture of private companies and public agencies.  The City of Camarillo is providing […]

SEEAG’s Kids-To-Farms Benefit Brunch Draws Big Crowd

SEEAG’s Kids-To-Farms Benefit Brunch Draws Big Crowd

More than 160 people attended a Kids-To-Farm Benefit Brunch April 9 at the Camarillo Ranch. The event raised almost $20,000 to support Students For Eco-Education & Agriculture’s (SEEAG) agriculture education programs in Ventura County. Part of the proceeds from the brunch also went to Future Farmers of America. Money raised enables SEEAG to continue to […]

Ventura County Community College District Board of Trustees recognized by CCLC for Excellence in Leadership and Governance

Ventura County Community College District Board of Trustees recognized by CCLC for Excellence in Leadership and Governance

Ventura County Community College District Board Chair Bernardo Perez, Vice Chair Arturo Hernández and Trustee Dianne McKay were recognized by the Community College League of California (CCLC) for demonstrating Excellence in Leadership and Governance.  Each trustee was publicly presented with a certificate of accomplishment during the April 11, 2017, Board meeting.  The certificates were sent […]

A Protein-Packed PODS® Container Fights Hunger in Ventura County

A Protein-Packed PODS® Container Fights Hunger in Ventura County

Local moving and storage company partners with Gold Coast Broadcasting, Green Thumb, and FOOD Share for food drive On April 20th, PODS is hosting a “Peanut Butter Drive” to pack a PODS container full of the protein-rich kitchen staples and help end hunger in Ventura County. The moving and storage leader is partnering with KVTA […]

Oxnard Police Department declares April Fraud/Identity Theft/Scam Awareness Month

Oxnard Police Department declares April Fraud/Identity Theft/Scam Awareness Month

Your Oxnard Police Department is declaring April 2017 to Be Fraud/Identity Theft/Scam Prevention Month. During the month of April, Oxnard Police Department will be disseminating crime prevention information regarding these three topics. Saturday’s SHRED-IT event is the beginning of this month long initiative.  As the public is aware, identity theft has become a big problem […]