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    "Shrek the Musical"
  Ojai Art Center Theater, 113 S. Montgomery Street, Ojai CA
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  Directed by Gai Jones.  
Everything’s coming up Ogres in “Shrek the Musical,” the Broadway adaptation of Shrek, borne from Dreamwork’s hit movie that was sort of a parody of Disney animations. But it instantly appealed to adults because of its wit, sense of fun and allusions to popular culture. Experience what’s up in Duloc with the gang: Shrek, Fiona, Donkey and Farquaad; to the tune of the Grammy award winning musical score.    ($15.00 - $18.00)
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Ojai Art Center Theater
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  April 25
    "Shrek the Musical"
  Ojai Art Center Theater, 113 S. Montgomery Street, Ojai CA
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  Directed by Gai Jones.  
Everything’s coming up Ogres in “Shrek the Musical,” the Broadway adaptation of Shrek, borne from Dreamwork’s hit movie that was sort of a parody of Disney animations. But it instantly appealed to adults because of its wit, sense of fun and allusions to popular culture. Experience what’s up in Duloc with the gang: Shrek, Fiona, Donkey and Farquaad; to the tune of the Grammy award winning musical score.    ($15.00 - $18.00)
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Ojai Art Center Theater
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  April 26
   
Ecopsychology: Exploring the Complex Relationship between Nature and Human Nature
Ojai Valley Green Coalition Resource Center , 206 N. Signal St. Suite S, Ojai CA
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  The social, environmental, economic, and psychological challenges we face in our world today affect our lives, communities, and the planet itself. 
The Ojai Valley Green Coalition will host a half-day introductory workshop Saturday, April 26, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Ecopsychology: Exploring the Complex Relationship between Nature and Human Nature will be conducted by Lori Pye, Ph.D. at the Coalition Resource Center, 206 N. Signal St. Suite S, Ojai California 93023. The social, environmental, economic, and psychological challenges we face in the world today affect our lives, communities, and the planet itself. The Coalition is pleased to offer two exciting educational programs. Ecopsychology is a multifaceted, developing field of studies and Dr. Pye, President of the Viridis Graduate School of Ecopsychology, will explore how relationships (our psychology) are reflected in our community, culture and wider world (our ecology). The term Ecopsychology was first used by Guggenheim Fellow Theodore Roszak, (who coined the phrase “counterculture” as well) in his book The Voice of the Earth. According to Roszak, the contemporary ecological translation of the term might be: the needs of the planet are the needs of the person; the rights of the person are the rights of the planet. Dr. Pye was one of the first to begin teaching courses in Ecopsychology in 2007. In 2011 she established a formal Master’s program of study at the Viridis Graduate Institute. Later as a professor at the University of California Santa Barbara and at her own Institute for Cultural Change, she began formalizing the underpinnings of the growing field of Ecopsychology. According to Pye, participants in the workshop will look at themselves as part of the natural world, not apart from it or above it all. “One of the things I hear a lot from my students, undergraduates to 80-year-olds, is that they don’t understand their role in their family, in their workplace, in their community,” said Pye. “Or, they don’t feel they have a role in these places. The one thing I hope people go away with from the workshop is an understanding of their role as a human being… an understanding of your own ecosystem. What does it mean to be an ecosystem; an ecosystem surrounded by a world of other ecosystems. It’s about relationships… what’s visible and what may not be visible.” Dr. Pye is a fascinating thinker who is donating her time and knowledge to benefit the Coalition. For full workshop and course details, go to www.ojaivalleygreencoalition.org.    
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Ojai Valley Green Coalition
WEBSITE    (805) 649-8445
 
    "Shrek the Musical"
  Ojai Art Center Theater, 113 S. Montgomery Street, Ojai CA
> DETAILS   
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  Directed by Gai Jones.  
Everything’s coming up Ogres in “Shrek the Musical,” the Broadway adaptation of Shrek, borne from Dreamwork’s hit movie that was sort of a parody of Disney animations. But it instantly appealed to adults because of its wit, sense of fun and allusions to popular culture. Experience what’s up in Duloc with the gang: Shrek, Fiona, Donkey and Farquaad; to the tune of the Grammy award winning musical score.    ($15.00 - $18.00)
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Ojai Art Center Theater
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  April 27
    "Shrek the Musical"
  Ojai Art Center Theater, 113 S. Montgomery Street, Ojai CA
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  Directed by Gai Jones.  
Everything’s coming up Ogres in “Shrek the Musical,” the Broadway adaptation of Shrek, borne from Dreamwork’s hit movie that was sort of a parody of Disney animations. But it instantly appealed to adults because of its wit, sense of fun and allusions to popular culture. Experience what’s up in Duloc with the gang: Shrek, Fiona, Donkey and Farquaad; to the tune of the Grammy award winning musical score.    ($15.00 - $18.00)
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Ojai Art Center Theater
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  May 1
   
Ecopsychology: Exploring the Complex Relationship between Nature and Human Nature
Ojai Valley Green Coalition Resource Center , 206 N. Signal St. Suite S, Ojai CA
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  The social, environmental, economic, and psychological challenges we face in our world today affect our lives, communities, and the planet itself. 
The Ojai Valley Green Coalition will host a half-day introductory workshop Saturday, April 26, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Ecopsychology: Exploring the Complex Relationship between Nature and Human Nature will be conducted by Lori Pye, Ph.D. at the Coalition Resource Center, 206 N. Signal St. Suite S, Ojai California 93023. The social, environmental, economic, and psychological challenges we face in the world today affect our lives, communities, and the planet itself. The Coalition is pleased to offer two exciting educational programs. Ecopsychology is a multifaceted, developing field of studies and Dr. Pye, President of the Viridis Graduate School of Ecopsychology, will explore how relationships (our psychology) are reflected in our community, culture and wider world (our ecology). The term Ecopsychology was first used by Guggenheim Fellow Theodore Roszak, (who coined the phrase “counterculture” as well) in his book The Voice of the Earth. According to Roszak, the contemporary ecological translation of the term might be: the needs of the planet are the needs of the person; the rights of the person are the rights of the planet. Dr. Pye was one of the first to begin teaching courses in Ecopsychology in 2007. In 2011 she established a formal Master’s program of study at the Viridis Graduate Institute. Later as a professor at the University of California Santa Barbara and at her own Institute for Cultural Change, she began formalizing the underpinnings of the growing field of Ecopsychology. According to Pye, participants in the workshop will look at themselves as part of the natural world, not apart from it or above it all. “One of the things I hear a lot from my students, undergraduates to 80-year-olds, is that they don’t understand their role in their family, in their workplace, in their community,” said Pye. “Or, they don’t feel they have a role in these places. The one thing I hope people go away with from the workshop is an understanding of their role as a human being… an understanding of your own ecosystem. What does it mean to be an ecosystem; an ecosystem surrounded by a world of other ecosystems. It’s about relationships… what’s visible and what may not be visible.” Dr. Pye is a fascinating thinker who is donating her time and knowledge to benefit the Coalition. For full workshop and course details, go to www.ojaivalleygreencoalition.org.    
MORE DETAILS, MAP & DIRECTIONS
Ojai Valley Green Coalition
WEBSITE    (805) 649-8445
 
15th Annual Ojai Storytellng Festival
  Libbey Bowl, Various Locations, Ojai CA
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Seven of the nation's best known storytellers entertain all ages   ($12 - $25)
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Performances to Grow On
WEBSITE    (805) 646-8907     PROFILE     EMAIL A FRIEND
 

  May 2
Ojai Storytellng Festival Outreach
  Libbey Bowl, Various Locations, Ojai CA
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Seven of the nation's best known storytellers entertain all ages   ($7 - $12)
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Performances to Grow On
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  May 4
15th Annual Ojai Storytellng Festival
  Libbey Bowl, Various Locations, Ojai CA
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Seven of the nation's best known storytellers entertain all ages   ($12 - $25)
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Performances to Grow On
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    Arianna String Quartet to perform at Chamber On The Mountain
Logan House, Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts, 8585 Ojai-Santa Paula Road, Ojai CA
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  Arianna String Quartet 
Chamber On The Mountain, Ojai’s newest performing arts organization, is proud to announce its next concert offering: the Arianna String Quartet, performing on Sunday, May 4, at 3:00 p.m., at Logan House (adjacent to the Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts), 8585 Ojai-Santa Paula Rd. in Upper Ojai.    ($15 - $25)
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Alchemy On Demand
WEBSITE    (805) 646-9951
 

  May 8
   
Ecopsychology: Exploring the Complex Relationship between Nature and Human Nature
Ojai Valley Green Coalition Resource Center , 206 N. Signal St. Suite S, Ojai CA
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  The social, environmental, economic, and psychological challenges we face in our world today affect our lives, communities, and the planet itself. 
The Ojai Valley Green Coalition will host a half-day introductory workshop Saturday, April 26, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Ecopsychology: Exploring the Complex Relationship between Nature and Human Nature will be conducted by Lori Pye, Ph.D. at the Coalition Resource Center, 206 N. Signal St. Suite S, Ojai California 93023. The social, environmental, economic, and psychological challenges we face in the world today affect our lives, communities, and the planet itself. The Coalition is pleased to offer two exciting educational programs. Ecopsychology is a multifaceted, developing field of studies and Dr. Pye, President of the Viridis Graduate School of Ecopsychology, will explore how relationships (our psychology) are reflected in our community, culture and wider world (our ecology). The term Ecopsychology was first used by Guggenheim Fellow Theodore Roszak, (who coined the phrase “counterculture” as well) in his book The Voice of the Earth. According to Roszak, the contemporary ecological translation of the term might be: the needs of the planet are the needs of the person; the rights of the person are the rights of the planet. Dr. Pye was one of the first to begin teaching courses in Ecopsychology in 2007. In 2011 she established a formal Master’s program of study at the Viridis Graduate Institute. Later as a professor at the University of California Santa Barbara and at her own Institute for Cultural Change, she began formalizing the underpinnings of the growing field of Ecopsychology. According to Pye, participants in the workshop will look at themselves as part of the natural world, not apart from it or above it all. “One of the things I hear a lot from my students, undergraduates to 80-year-olds, is that they don’t understand their role in their family, in their workplace, in their community,” said Pye. “Or, they don’t feel they have a role in these places. The one thing I hope people go away with from the workshop is an understanding of their role as a human being… an understanding of your own ecosystem. What does it mean to be an ecosystem; an ecosystem surrounded by a world of other ecosystems. It’s about relationships… what’s visible and what may not be visible.” Dr. Pye is a fascinating thinker who is donating her time and knowledge to benefit the Coalition. For full workshop and course details, go to www.ojaivalleygreencoalition.org.    
MORE DETAILS, MAP & DIRECTIONS
Ojai Valley Green Coalition
WEBSITE    (805) 649-8445
 

  May 15
Ecopsychology: Exploring the Complex Relationship between Nature and Human Nature
Ojai Valley Green Coalition Resource Center , 206 N. Signal St. Suite S, Ojai CA
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  The social, environmental, economic, and psychological challenges we face in our world today affect our lives, communities, and the planet itself. 
The Ojai Valley Green Coalition will host a half-day introductory workshop Saturday, April 26, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Ecopsychology: Exploring the Complex Relationship between Nature and Human Nature will be conducted by Lori Pye, Ph.D. at the Coalition Resource Center, 206 N. Signal St. Suite S, Ojai California 93023. The social, environmental, economic, and psychological challenges we face in the world today affect our lives, communities, and the planet itself. The Coalition is pleased to offer two exciting educational programs. Ecopsychology is a multifaceted, developing field of studies and Dr. Pye, President of the Viridis Graduate School of Ecopsychology, will explore how relationships (our psychology) are reflected in our community, culture and wider world (our ecology). The term Ecopsychology was first used by Guggenheim Fellow Theodore Roszak, (who coined the phrase “counterculture” as well) in his book The Voice of the Earth. According to Roszak, the contemporary ecological translation of the term might be: the needs of the planet are the needs of the person; the rights of the person are the rights of the planet. Dr. Pye was one of the first to begin teaching courses in Ecopsychology in 2007. In 2011 she established a formal Master’s program of study at the Viridis Graduate Institute. Later as a professor at the University of California Santa Barbara and at her own Institute for Cultural Change, she began formalizing the underpinnings of the growing field of Ecopsychology. According to Pye, participants in the workshop will look at themselves as part of the natural world, not apart from it or above it all. “One of the things I hear a lot from my students, undergraduates to 80-year-olds, is that they don’t understand their role in their family, in their workplace, in their community,” said Pye. “Or, they don’t feel they have a role in these places. The one thing I hope people go away with from the workshop is an understanding of their role as a human being… an understanding of your own ecosystem. What does it mean to be an ecosystem; an ecosystem surrounded by a world of other ecosystems. It’s about relationships… what’s visible and what may not be visible.” Dr. Pye is a fascinating thinker who is donating her time and knowledge to benefit the Coalition. For full workshop and course details, go to www.ojaivalleygreencoalition.org.    
MORE DETAILS, MAP & DIRECTIONS
Ojai Valley Green Coalition
WEBSITE    (805) 649-8445
 

  May 22
Ecopsychology: Exploring the Complex Relationship between Nature and Human Nature
Ojai Valley Green Coalition Resource Center , 206 N. Signal St. Suite S, Ojai CA
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  The social, environmental, economic, and psychological challenges we face in our world today affect our lives, communities, and the planet itself. 
The Ojai Valley Green Coalition will host a half-day introductory workshop Saturday, April 26, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Ecopsychology: Exploring the Complex Relationship between Nature and Human Nature will be conducted by Lori Pye, Ph.D. at the Coalition Resource Center, 206 N. Signal St. Suite S, Ojai California 93023. The social, environmental, economic, and psychological challenges we face in the world today affect our lives, communities, and the planet itself. The Coalition is pleased to offer two exciting educational programs. Ecopsychology is a multifaceted, developing field of studies and Dr. Pye, President of the Viridis Graduate School of Ecopsychology, will explore how relationships (our psychology) are reflected in our community, culture and wider world (our ecology). The term Ecopsychology was first used by Guggenheim Fellow Theodore Roszak, (who coined the phrase “counterculture” as well) in his book The Voice of the Earth. According to Roszak, the contemporary ecological translation of the term might be: the needs of the planet are the needs of the person; the rights of the person are the rights of the planet. Dr. Pye was one of the first to begin teaching courses in Ecopsychology in 2007. In 2011 she established a formal Master’s program of study at the Viridis Graduate Institute. Later as a professor at the University of California Santa Barbara and at her own Institute for Cultural Change, she began formalizing the underpinnings of the growing field of Ecopsychology. According to Pye, participants in the workshop will look at themselves as part of the natural world, not apart from it or above it all. “One of the things I hear a lot from my students, undergraduates to 80-year-olds, is that they don’t understand their role in their family, in their workplace, in their community,” said Pye. “Or, they don’t feel they have a role in these places. The one thing I hope people go away with from the workshop is an understanding of their role as a human being… an understanding of your own ecosystem. What does it mean to be an ecosystem; an ecosystem surrounded by a world of other ecosystems. It’s about relationships… what’s visible and what may not be visible.” Dr. Pye is a fascinating thinker who is donating her time and knowledge to benefit the Coalition. For full workshop and course details, go to www.ojaivalleygreencoalition.org.    
MORE DETAILS, MAP & DIRECTIONS
Ojai Valley Green Coalition
WEBSITE    (805) 649-8445
 

  May 29
Ecopsychology: Exploring the Complex Relationship between Nature and Human Nature
Ojai Valley Green Coalition Resource Center , 206 N. Signal St. Suite S, Ojai CA
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  The social, environmental, economic, and psychological challenges we face in our world today affect our lives, communities, and the planet itself. 
The Ojai Valley Green Coalition will host a half-day introductory workshop Saturday, April 26, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Ecopsychology: Exploring the Complex Relationship between Nature and Human Nature will be conducted by Lori Pye, Ph.D. at the Coalition Resource Center, 206 N. Signal St. Suite S, Ojai California 93023. The social, environmental, economic, and psychological challenges we face in the world today affect our lives, communities, and the planet itself. The Coalition is pleased to offer two exciting educational programs. Ecopsychology is a multifaceted, developing field of studies and Dr. Pye, President of the Viridis Graduate School of Ecopsychology, will explore how relationships (our psychology) are reflected in our community, culture and wider world (our ecology). The term Ecopsychology was first used by Guggenheim Fellow Theodore Roszak, (who coined the phrase “counterculture” as well) in his book The Voice of the Earth. According to Roszak, the contemporary ecological translation of the term might be: the needs of the planet are the needs of the person; the rights of the person are the rights of the planet. Dr. Pye was one of the first to begin teaching courses in Ecopsychology in 2007. In 2011 she established a formal Master’s program of study at the Viridis Graduate Institute. Later as a professor at the University of California Santa Barbara and at her own Institute for Cultural Change, she began formalizing the underpinnings of the growing field of Ecopsychology. According to Pye, participants in the workshop will look at themselves as part of the natural world, not apart from it or above it all. “One of the things I hear a lot from my students, undergraduates to 80-year-olds, is that they don’t understand their role in their family, in their workplace, in their community,” said Pye. “Or, they don’t feel they have a role in these places. The one thing I hope people go away with from the workshop is an understanding of their role as a human being… an understanding of your own ecosystem. What does it mean to be an ecosystem; an ecosystem surrounded by a world of other ecosystems. It’s about relationships… what’s visible and what may not be visible.” Dr. Pye is a fascinating thinker who is donating her time and knowledge to benefit the Coalition. For full workshop and course details, go to www.ojaivalleygreencoalition.org.    
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Ojai Valley Green Coalition
WEBSITE    (805) 649-8445
 
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