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April 11 through May 16 — Hospice of Santa Barbara to present Volunteer Training 2018

April 11 through May 16 — Hospice of Santa Barbara to present Volunteer Training 2018

Volunteer Training 2018 Hospice of Santa Barbara Do you have a heart to bring a supportive and caring presence the patients and families we serve? Join Hospice of Santa Barbara this spring for our volunteer training program, which begins Wednesday, April 11th and will continue for six consecutive Wednesdays until May 16th. Candidates will...
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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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May 17 — United Way of Ventura County to present ‘Women United 2nd Annual Luncheon’

May 17 — United Way of Ventura County to present ‘Women United 2nd Annual Luncheon’

VENTURA COUNTY — The United Way of Ventura County will present “Women United 2nd Annual Luncheon” from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, May 17 at California Lutheran University. Click here for more information.
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May 19-20 — 35th Annual California Strawberry Festival

May 19-20 — 35th Annual California Strawberry Festival

OXNARD — If you like strawberries, the 35th California Strawberry Festival has it all — from chocolate dipped strawberries to strawberry shortcake to even strawberry pizza. The festival is Saturday and Sunday, May 19 and 20 at Strawberry Meadows/College Park in Oxnard (3250 South Rose Ave.). Hours are 10:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., both...
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Through May — The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History is where the Wild Things are

Through May — The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History is where the Wild Things are

SANTA BARBARA — Local art lovers have an opportunity to get wild at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Over 30 rare and beautifully hand-colored lithographs of North American mammals by famous artist and naturalist John James Audubon are on display at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History’s John and Peggy Maximus...
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Through June 3 — Cecily Brown: Rehearsal On view at MCASB

Through June 3 — Cecily Brown: Rehearsal On view at MCASB

SANTA BARBARA — Cecily Brown: Rehearsal, curated by Claire Gilman, Senior Curator at The Drawing Center, brings more than 70 of Brown’s drawings to Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara for her West Coast debut. Arranged thematically, this exhibition is the first to focus exclusively on the artist’s drawings, which foreground her iterative reworking...
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Through June 17 — Setting the Scene Exhibition to Show Paintings by Hollywood Artists from the Historic Santa Paula Civic Collection

Through June 17 — Setting the Scene Exhibition to Show Paintings by Hollywood Artists from the Historic Santa Paula Civic Collection

SANTA PAULA —The Santa Paula Art Museum is going Hollywood with its exhibit, Setting the Scene, continuing through June. 17. The exhibit will feature paintings by famous background artists who worked for film studios like Disney, MGM and 20th Century Fox during the Golden Age of Hollywood. The show opens with a premiere party on Saturday, February...
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Carnegie Art Museum update for Jan. 31

Carnegie Art Museum update for Jan. 31

Click here for the entire e-newsletter     ARTIST’S GALLERY TALK Ricardo Palavecino Thursday, February 1 6 pm $5 / members free reservations appreciated 805-385-8258 BUILDING BLOCKS OF ART These art exploration classes help kids explore the tools artists use to build works of art from line to texture and everything in between. In each session,...
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Poder Santa Barbara to hold protest at San Marcos High School on Jan. 31

Poder Santa Barbara to hold protest at San Marcos High School on Jan. 31

 SANTA BARBARA — Poder Santa Barbara to hold protest at San Marcos High School at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 31 on the sidewalk outside the San Marcos High School roundabout entrance. Poder Santa Barbara reports that parents, staff, students, and community members are protesting the failure of SBUSD and the Sheriffs Department to take seriously...
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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ventura County (BBSVC) Golf Classic Seeks Title Sponsor

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ventura County (BBSVC) Golf Classic Seeks Title Sponsor

CAMARILLO — Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ventura County (BBSVC) is seeking a new Title Sponsor for its 45th annual Golf Classic! BBSVC’s Golf Classic is the organization’s top-performing event, which delivers the funds necessary to support 1,500 at-risk youth in Ventura County. Former Los Angeles Rams Quarterback, Vince Ferragamo, returns as the event’s celebrated host and...
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Museum of Ventura County update for Jan. 26

Museum of Ventura County update for Jan. 26

Major funding for these programs is made possible in part by the City of San Buenaventura and the County of Ventura. Grab a lunch and head on over to the Museum every Thursday between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. for music by local talent. Join us February 1 and 8 for music by the talented singer/guitarist Warren Takahashi. Feel free to tip...
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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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Marjorie Luke Theatre update for Jan. 25

Marjorie Luke Theatre update for Jan. 25

Click here for the entire e-newsletter   Upcoming Events Earthwalk Friday, February 2  7pm & 9pm Walker Creations presents the epic film adventure of the Walker Brother’s incredible 14-month, 5,000-mile trek by foot and paddle from Alaska to Mexico. Featuring the narration of Orson Welles’s last vocal masterpiece, his words weave a seamless tapestry...
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Carnegie Art Museum update for Jan. 25

Carnegie Art Museum update for Jan. 25

Click here to see the entire e-newsletter   FREE FAMILY DAY Spend an afternoon exploring, creating and letting your imagination soar.  Drop in for free, hands-on family fun.  Families with children of all ages and abilities are welcome.  Materials are provided. Saturday, January 27 12 noon – 3 pm BUILDING BLOCKS OF ART These...
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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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