Community Roots Garden’s Volunteer Chef Program youth with older volunteer chefs to cook delicious, simple meals for an average of 20-25 Saturday volunteers using Garden vegetables and fruits. To volunteer one Saturday as a volunteer chef, call 805-616-2326 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Click HERE for our 2011 Volunteer Chef program description and report.Find out more »
Join us for our monthly second Saturday of every month Work Party & Veggie Swap. Saturday December 9th from 9am-noon Open invite to all who want to support The Restore Garden & The Kids Garden Brigade program. Mission We are a non-profit that works to Educate, Mentor, and Equip families in need.Find out more »
It's the Second Saturday of the month, that means it's time for the VC Art Market to set up shop @ Figueroa Plaza and Main Street. Right next to Mission Park in beautiful downtown Ventura. Come on down Saturday from 10am-4pm. The VC Art Market is Ventura's first and only outdoor art gallery. Each month we feature 15+ of Ventura's local, urban artists of all mediums and genres. You will not want to miss the September VC Art Market. Follow us on Instagram @vcartmarket Questions? Message the admin, call/text Christina…Find out more »
Hello everyone. Hope you all enjoy a wonderful labor day weekend as we greet fall and PSL season -_- . The 2nd Saturday of the month is coming up so we will be meeting. We have a lot of updates and progress to be made with EVC3's Know Your Rights Street Team and LGBTQ+ Pride Planning. See you all soonFind out more »
This award-winning film depicts the courage it took for Dr. King and African-American activists to fight for the right to vote.Find out more »
The 2nd Thursday of the month (Check website to confirm!), 7-9pm....Rainbow Comedy Show! Jennie McNulty is the MC. Along with: Diana Yanez (toured w/ Margaret Cho, winner NY fringe Festival one woman show, Tons of TV and Commercials) Also Vicki Wagner. (Award winning TV show "Brash Babble with Vicki Wagner," Author of "How to Market Yourself for Love". And our own Local Ojai comic....Rebecca Barnhardt. Call the club for a table reservation (or to confirm the event) at: 805-644-1500. Tickets are $15, but say Rainbow and tix are $10. Doors open…Find out more »
• Current immigration news and developments • Common solutions to various immigration issues • Know-Your-Rights (basic rights available to all people, regardless of immigration status) Q & A Panel: Rafael Torres, III, Álvaro J. de Regil, and Julie Diaz Martinez Rafael Torres, III is an immigration attorney at The Torres Law Firm, APLC, in Simi Valley, and a member of the steering committee for the local immigrants’ rights group Buen Vecino (“Good Neighbor”). A graduate of Loyola Law School and California Lutheran University, he has successfully represented clients in applications…Find out more »
Please see our website. Ojairaptorcenter.org for more information. Call (805) 649-6884 email@example.com We are a state and federally licensed 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the rehabilitation and release of sick, injured, or orphaned birds of prey and other wildlife located in Ojai, CA. Beyond rehabilitation, education is one of our main priorities. Through our outreach Wildlife Education Program and our education ambassadors (non-releasable resident birds of prey) we teach the public about different species of raptors, their environments and how we can help protect them. Contact the center for more volunteer infoFind out more »
Come show your PRIDE at Drag Queen Bingo hosted by the ever so lovely Ruby Diamond at our very own Paddy's! Fantastic prizes every round along with bingo fun and Ruby zingers to keep you entertained! Every month proceeds will benefit a local nonprofitFind out more »
Ventura County's 32ND annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration Hosted by Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee of Ventura CountyFind out more »
Run and organized by a wonderful group of locals in our Ojai community. Come join us in celebration! Hosted by Martin Luther King Day OJAIFind out more »
The Kid's Garden Brigade at Restore Ventura teaches kids how to grow their own foods and raise chickens. It is a delight to visit and support. Monday is the kid's program, Wednesday is the all girls Junior High after school Urban Farming program, and the Work Party & Veggie Swap. Facebook page here Mission Restore Ventura a non-profit that works to Educate, Mentor, and Equip families in need.Find out more »
CANVASS WITH US! Food & Water Watch (FWW) and Citizens for Responsible Oil and Gas (CFROG) are partnering to demand a full environmental impact study for the proposed expansion of the Cabrillo Oil Field in Oxnard, CA! The 4 new proposed oil and gas wells will increase air pollution and truck traffic near residents' homes and within a 2-mile distance of 9 schools, including Oxnard College! Oxnard's community (85% people of color) is already burdened with the over-use of chemicals, pesticides, and increased air pollution! No Study, No More Oil…Find out more »
The Kid's Garden Brigade at Restore Ventura teaches children how to grow their own foods and raise chickens. It is a delight to visit and support. Monday is the kid's program, Tuesday is the boys Junior High free after school Urban Farming program, and the Work Party & Veggie Swap. Facebook page here Mission Restore Ventura a non-profit that works to Educate, Mentor, and Equip families in need.Find out more »
Ventura County Legal Aid, Inc. is here to help on the first and third Tuesdays of the month 4 to 7 p.m.at the Ventura County Law Library. Last walk-ins accepted at 6:15. Attorneys are available during these times on a first-come, first-served basis, to provide free legal advice to those who qualify based on income.Find out more »
TAG (Teen Advisory Group) meets every month on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month. Now is the time to join TAG, if you want to share ideas, meet new people and have a great time shaping the library teen program. Members duties include promoting / co-hosting teen events & participating in library activities. Members also provide general feedback on various aspects of the teen programs: reviewing books, movies, music and other media plus suggestions for the Teen Collection. Active members will get credit towards School Community Services Hours…Find out more »
Organizing white people to show up for racial justice through community organizing, mobilizing and education. Meets monthly on the first and third Tuesday. For locations and meeting information, follow SURJ-VC on Facebook. Newcomer Orientation begins at 6:30pm. Occasionally meetings will change locations so SURJ members can support political actions.Find out more »
Community Roots Garden is a one acre garden at the North Oxnard United Methodist Church. We are dedicated to growing a community of gardens that build food security and empower our community. Our garden volunteers share land, labor, and harvest with one another and those in need. We offer hands-on gardening experience, workshops, resources, tours, and service opportunities to volunteers, community groups, youth, and those starting gardens in their own neighborhoods. Contact us at (805) 616-2326 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or check us out on Facebook!Find out more »
Drop in anytime 3-6pm and utilize any/all materials to get your sign ready for the Women’s March! We’ll have poster boards and all kinds of ideas and materials available. It’s a fun and inspirational way to set your intentions for the March. $5 studio fee.Find out more »
The Kid's Garden Brigade at Restore Ventura teaches children how to grow their own foods and raise chickens. It is a delight to visit and support. Monday is the kid's program, Wednesday is the all girls Junior High free after school Urban Farming program, and the Work Party & Veggie Swap. Facebook page here Mission Restore Ventura a non-profit that works to Educate, Mentor, and Equip families in need.Find out more »
Coalition for Family Harmony The Coalition strives to provide nonjudgmental, affirming, survivor centered care. We recognize that LGBTQ+ people have been excluded from conversations about sexual assault and domestic or intimate partner violence. LGBTQ Clinical based support group Meets every Wednesday from 5:30PM-7PM for LGBTQ+ youth ages 12-18 Call (805) 983-6014 or email email@example.comFind out more »
The Oxnard City Council will be hosting their third in a series of Public Hearings regarding District Elections! Come on out to learn about the implementation of Council Districts and the preliminary maps that have been proposed! Give feedback on communities of interest that you believe should be grouped together. Website: https://www.oxnard.org/districts/ Timeline: https://www.oxnard.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Timeline-Key-Dates-Web-Dec14-English.pdf Agenda: http://oxnard.granicus.com/DocumentViewer.php?file=oxnard_16d9b226b9b3f250e66e3a9564e564ce.pdf&view=1 Preliminary Maps: https://www.oxnard.org/draft-district-maps/ Interactive Maps of Proposed Districts: http://www.arcgis.com/apps/View/index.html?appid=0d19c1c2b61d44b280602d1ab0bab890Find out more »
Grab a lunch and head on over to the Museum on Thursdays between 11:30 and 1:30 for music and free entry to the galleries. Enjoy your lunch break in one of our colorful patio chairs while you listen to local musicians, then take a stroll through the galleries. Entrance is free. Feel free to tip the musicians! Peirano’s Market and deli will offer discount for museum members and new visitors for the Munch events.Find out more »
Join fellow art and book lovers at our next CAM Book Club discussion. Book selections focus on making connections with art and history inspired by current exhibitions and the museum's permanent collection. Club activities include an early evening book discussion held the third Thursday of the month. $5 / members free Past book selections include: Randy Lopez Goes Home by Rudolfo Anaya A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara Lillian Boxfish takes a Walk by Kathleen Rooner The Carnegie Building, and the Art Museum it houses, are vital to the visual…Find out more »
It's finally here! A place for LGBTQ+ adults to meet, connect, and thrive with others in our community. This meeting is: 21+ For making connections and building community To learn, share, grow, heal, and have fun A safe space to relax and let your authentic self free Not for networking Not for hookups A drug and alcohol free zone A 45 free zone There are two separate back to back events, come to one or both: 6:00 - 6:45: Spiritual Healing Session with Crystal Star ($10)* *12/14 is a no-cost…Find out more »
FFLUID (formerly Simi Valley chapter of PFLAG) is dedicated to offering “streams” of unconditional love, heartfelt support and quality resources to members of the LGBTQ+ community, their families and friends.Find out more »
On the evening of Thursday., Jan. 18, 2018, Ventura Land Trust (VLT) will host a community lecture entitled “No Doubting Thomas: The Impacts, Management, and World after the Thomas Fire” at the Poinsettia Pavilion, 3451 Foothill Rd., Ventura. Beginning at 7 p.m., the first in our 2018 Environmental Speaker Series, will he led by Dr. Sean Anderson, Departmental Chair of the Environmental Science and Resource Management Program at of California State University Channel Islands. Dr. Anderson, a highly-esteemed and broadly trained ecologist and conservation biologist with dual BAs from UCSB,…Find out more »
Rainbow Umbrella (RU) is a positive, safe and welcoming space, free of drugs and alcohol. RU is an activities based program that provides support and empowerment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and questioning (LGBTIQQ) youth ages 13 to 23 and their allies. All youth are welcome. Free and confidential. PEER SUPPORT GROUP MEETINGS: Wednesdays The Coalition for Family Harmony 1030 N Ventura Road, Oxnard, CA 93030 Fridays Open to all Youth (13 to 23) Community Resource Center 2471 Portola Rd Ventura, CA 93003Find out more »
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