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Feb. 27-28 — emPower Building & Energy Training Series: Passive House for Builders & Architects

Feb. 27-28 — emPower Building & Energy Training Series: Passive House for Builders & Architects

SAN LUIS OBISPO — Learn how to sell and install air sealing that makes your customers happy and performs to 2019’s Title 24 requirements at emPower San Luis Obispo County’s two-day Building & Energy Training Series. The first training session, Mastering Air Sealing, will teach attendees the techniques and materials necessary for retrofit and...
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Feb. 28 — 50 Home Challenge Home Energy Meeting – emPower Santa Barbara County

Feb. 28 — 50 Home Challenge Home Energy Meeting – emPower Santa Barbara County

Enjoy an evening with friends and neighbors to hear how the 50 Home Challenge is improving homes and communities through energy efficiency! The County of Santa Barbara’s emPower program has teamed up with CHERP (Community Home Energy Retrofit Program) to bring the 50 Home Challenge to Solvang. Attend and get the chance to: •...
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Feb. 28 — PR Pros to Share Expertise on Making Events an Experience

Feb. 28 — PR Pros to Share Expertise on Making Events an Experience

OXNARD — The California Gold Coast chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) will host a panel of event public relations and marketing professionals at its February meeting. “Transforming Your Event into an Experience” will be held from 8-9:30 a.m. February 28 at California Lutheran University’s Oxnard Campus, 2201 Outlet Center Drive...
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March 2 through 23 — Free career workshops to be held in Oxnard

March 2 through 23 — Free career workshops to be held in Oxnard

March 2 & 16 – Résumés that Sell, 8:00 a.m. – noon – Get hands-on assistance in completing your résumé, cover and thank-you letters. Upon completion of this Career Shop, you will walk away with a portfolio that shows off your professional documents. Come prepared with your employment history for the last 10 years and names,...
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March 10 — Bilingual report: What Comes After High School for Students in Special Education?

March 10 — Bilingual report: What Comes After High School for Students in Special Education?

Resources Available at the 2017-18 “Transition Fair” in Camarillo CAMARILLO — It’s never too early to learn about resources for students with disabilities after high school. Help your high school student prepare for a quality adult life they envision by attending the Annual 2017-2018  Ventura County Transition Fair. This is an opportunity for parents, teachers,...
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April 14-15 — 44th Conejo Valley Home Remodeling Show

April 14-15 — 44th Conejo Valley Home Remodeling Show

WESTLAKE VILLAGE — Homeowners who are planning spring and summer projects around their house can talk with professionals for ideas and advice at the 44th Conejo Valley Home Remodeling Show. The spring show is Saturday and Sunday, April 14 and 15 at the Hyatt Regency Westlake (880 S. Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village). Over 170...
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Through May 16 — CSUCI Spring Library Lecture Series includes robots on Mars, cannabis commerce and family responsibility discrimination

Through May 16 — CSUCI Spring Library Lecture Series includes robots on Mars, cannabis commerce and family responsibility discrimination

CAMARILLO — Discrimination against employees who need to care for parents or kids is becoming more common, but largely unreported. Lindsey O’Connor, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Sociology will speak about this growing phenomenon in one of 19 free lectures in libraries across Ventura County. Family Responsibility Discrimination or FRD is just one of the subjects...
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Local PODS® Moving and Storage Offers Declutter Tips for the New Year

Local PODS® Moving and Storage Offers Declutter Tips for the New Year

VENTURA COUNTY —  As the first month of 2018 draws to a close, many residents are working to stick to their resolutions. According to Statistic Brain, only 58.4% of resolutions make it past the first month. To help their customers maintain their home resolutions, local PODS moving and storage offers ideas about how to declutter...
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‘Music for Healing and the Community’ Concert Raised $32K for Local Flood Victims

‘Music for Healing and the Community’ Concert Raised $32K for Local Flood Victims

SANTA BARBARA — The Santa Barbara Symphony, Montecito Bank & Trust and Santa Barbara Center for the Performing Arts partnered to raise and contribute $32,000 to United Way of Santa Barbara County for flood disaster relief with a free community concert at The Granada Theatre Jan. 18. “Music for Healing and the Community” brought...
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El Concilio Family Services announces 2018 Latino Leadership Award Winners

El Concilio Family Services announces 2018 Latino Leadership Award Winners

Awards ceremony to be held April 6 at Oxnard Performing Arts Center OXNARD — El Concilio Family Services has announced the 2018 Latino Leadership Awards Winners — Dr. Tiffany Morse, René Corado, Rick Torres, Consuelo Camberos, Leticia H. Cazares, M.S.; Lilian Bello, George J. Sandoval and KNS Rockstar. The awards are presented to individuals and/or businesses...
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Feb. 1 — Assemblymember Monique Limón, SBA, WEV and EDC-VC to present Small Business Recovery Workshop

Feb. 1 — Assemblymember Monique Limón, SBA, WEV and EDC-VC to present Small Business Recovery Workshop

VENTURA — Assemblymember Monique Limón (D – Santa Barbara), the Small Business Administration, Women’s Economic Ventures (WEV) and the Economic Development Collaborative — Ventura County (EDC-VC) will present a Small Business Recovery Workshop from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 1 at The ARC of Ventura County, 5103 Walker St., Ventura. Limited seats available. Call...
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Límon issues statement on Governor Brown’s final State of the State Address

Límon issues statement on Governor Brown’s final State of the State Address

SACRAMENTO — Assemblymember Monique Limón (D – Santa Barbara) issued the following statement on the State of the State Address presented today by Governor Jerry Brown. I congratulate Governor Brown on his last State of the State address of an incredibly prolific career. Through his years of service, the Governor has kept California on a...
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SBCC Express to Success Program Receives Exemplary Award

SBCC Express to Success Program Receives Exemplary Award

From left: Chancellor Oakley, Julie Bruno, Kathy Molloy, Vice Chancellor Alice Perez, President Estolano, Vice President Epstein and Joseph Quintana. 2018 is off to a good start at Santa Barbara City College. Recognized as one of two colleges to receive the prestigious California Community Colleges Board of Governors Exemplary Program Award, SBCC was honored...
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Carlye Salon in Santa Barbara Offers a ‘Day of Love’ on Feb. 5 for Those Impacted by the Thomas Fire & Flood

Carlye Salon in Santa Barbara Offers a ‘Day of Love’ on Feb. 5 for Those Impacted by the Thomas Fire & Flood

SANTA BARBARA —  Carlyle, a full-service salon and style bar in Santa Barbara, is hosting a ‘Day of Love’ on February 5, 2018, offering a full day of complimentary salon services for those impacted by the Thomas Fire and Flood. The Carlyle team, led by salon founder Lisa Gaede, will partner with Bassett Salon Solutions,...
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EDC-VC Announces Additional Resources Available for Thomas Fire and Flood Victims

EDC-VC Announces Additional Resources Available for Thomas Fire and Flood Victims

VENTURA COUNTY — The Economic Development Collaborative–Ventura County’s special services coordinator, Clare Briglio, has announced additional resources now available for businesses recovering from the impact of the Thomas Fire and subsequent floods and mudslides. “New federal declarations have secured additional resources for those who have suffered personal and/or business injury as a result of...
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