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Ventura Vet Center to Hold Vietnam Veterans Day Open House Event

Ventura Vet Center to Hold Vietnam Veterans Day Open House Event

Thousand Oaks: Donate a child’s sleeping bag to help kids experience the outdoors

Thousand Oaks: Donate a child’s sleeping bag to help kids experience the outdoors

Apply Now for Neighborhood Council Executive Boards in Simi Valley

Apply Now for Neighborhood Council Executive Boards in Simi Valley

McGrath Family celebrates annual Wearin’ o’ the Green to benefit CAREGIVERS: Volunteers Assisting the Elderly

McGrath Family celebrates annual Wearin’ o’ the Green to benefit CAREGIVERS: Volunteers Assisting the Elderly

The 24th Annual McGrath Family Wearin’ o’ the Green returns the week of St. Patrick’s Day to benefit CAREGIVERS: Volunteers Assisting the Elderly. At the centerpiece of this annual event, which is presented by Union Bank, is the Norm Weitzel Open. The tournament, one of the original fundraising events established to benefit CAREGIVERS, dates back […]

Ventura Police Community Academy

Ventura Police Community Academy

Ventura County Annual Transition Fair – Empowering Special Education Students to Graduation

Ventura County Annual Transition Fair –  Empowering Special Education Students to Graduation

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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 […]

St. John’s Regional Medical Center to Offer Free Session on Managing Diabetes

St. John’s Regional Medical Center to Offer Free Session on Managing Diabetes

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 […]

Habitat for Humanity Hosts Grand Opening — February 27th

Habitat for Humanity Hosts Grand Opening — February 27th