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  September 5
    “Music at the Ag” Features Rockin’ Rhythm and Blues; Fusion Food Truck
  Ventura County’s Agriculture Museum, 926 Railroad Ave., Santa Paula CA
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  “The Delfinos” in concert 
Discover one of Ventura County’s best venues for live music on Friday, September 5, 2014, when the Museum of Ventura County’s Agriculture Museum presents “The Delfinos” in concert. From 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.,band members David Lory, Mike Nisky, Bruce Reed and Garry Sula-Goff will play classic R&B tunes that get everyone dancing! The Agriculture Museum has great acoustics, a 127-year-old dance floor, and plenty of room for dancing, relaxing and meeting friends. Admission to the performance is $10 general public; $2 kids with an adult; and $5 for MVC members. Seating is first come, first seated.    
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Ventura County’s Agriculture Museum
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    Heroes
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  By Tom Stoppard 
Heroes is a 2005 translation into English and adaptation by Tom Stoppard of the 2003 French play Le Vent Des Peupliers by Gérald Sibleyras. The play is a comedy set in 1959 in a French retirement home for First World War veterans.[1][2] (The literal translation of Le vent des peupliers is "The Wind in the Poplars". During the adaptation into English, there was concern this might cause confusion due to being too close to the popular children's title The Wind in the Willows, so Heroes was agreed as the English title. At the time, Stoppard said, "To tell you the truth, if Charles Wood hadn't written a play called Veterans [in 1972], we would have called it that.")[1]   
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  September 6
    Andrea Tate Acting Classes at SPTC
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  Professional Actor and Director Andrea Tate 
UNIQUE ACTING CLASS OFFERED AT SANTA PAULA THEATER CENTER A BLEND OF CLASS AND PRIVATE LESSONS BY ANDREA TATE FOR ALL SKILL LEVELS “I have noticed that many actors are missing a crucial aspect of their acting training—PRIVATE LESSONS. Private acting lessons are important in making those breakthroughs that many actors are seeking. These lessons help improve your acting technique, create higher success rates at auditions and in production. This class will focus on each actor individually by including two one-on-one sessions within a six-week period. From these sessions, I will set up an Organic Acting Bootcamp specifically geared towards an actors unique challenges and creative goals.” —Andrea Tate, Director- www.organicacting.com    
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Santa Paula Theater Center
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    Heroes
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  By Tom Stoppard 
Heroes is a 2005 translation into English and adaptation by Tom Stoppard of the 2003 French play Le Vent Des Peupliers by Gérald Sibleyras. The play is a comedy set in 1959 in a French retirement home for First World War veterans.[1][2] (The literal translation of Le vent des peupliers is "The Wind in the Poplars". During the adaptation into English, there was concern this might cause confusion due to being too close to the popular children's title The Wind in the Willows, so Heroes was agreed as the English title. At the time, Stoppard said, "To tell you the truth, if Charles Wood hadn't written a play called Veterans [in 1972], we would have called it that.")[1]   
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  September 7
    Heroes
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  By Tom Stoppard 
Heroes is a 2005 translation into English and adaptation by Tom Stoppard of the 2003 French play Le Vent Des Peupliers by Gérald Sibleyras. The play is a comedy set in 1959 in a French retirement home for First World War veterans.[1][2] (The literal translation of Le vent des peupliers is "The Wind in the Poplars". During the adaptation into English, there was concern this might cause confusion due to being too close to the popular children's title The Wind in the Willows, so Heroes was agreed as the English title. At the time, Stoppard said, "To tell you the truth, if Charles Wood hadn't written a play called Veterans [in 1972], we would have called it that.")[1]   
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  September 11
    Discover Betsy Blanchard Chess-Who Has The Inside Scoop on Agricultural Journalism
  Ventura County’s Agriculture Museum, 926 Railroad Ave., Santa Paula CA
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  Longtime editor and publisher of the Farm Bureau of Ventura County’s The Broadcaster Magazine, Betsy Blanchard Chess 
Longtime editor and publisher of the Farm Bureau of Ventura County’s The Broadcaster Magazine, Betsy Blanchard Chess, has spent her career researching and sharing important agriculture news. She has also dug up and published lots of great stories from Ventura County’s rich agricultural past. On Thursday, September 11, 2014, at 2:00 p.m., Chess will give a Gallery Talk at the Museum of Ventura County’s Agriculture Museum, and will share many of her favorite publishing adventures. Admission to the Gallery Talk is included with regular admission and includes entrance to all Museum galleries and exhibits.    
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    Heroes
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  By Tom Stoppard 
Heroes is a 2005 translation into English and adaptation by Tom Stoppard of the 2003 French play Le Vent Des Peupliers by Gérald Sibleyras. The play is a comedy set in 1959 in a French retirement home for First World War veterans.[1][2] (The literal translation of Le vent des peupliers is "The Wind in the Poplars". During the adaptation into English, there was concern this might cause confusion due to being too close to the popular children's title The Wind in the Willows, so Heroes was agreed as the English title. At the time, Stoppard said, "To tell you the truth, if Charles Wood hadn't written a play called Veterans [in 1972], we would have called it that.")[1]   
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  September 12
Heroes
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  By Tom Stoppard 
Heroes is a 2005 translation into English and adaptation by Tom Stoppard of the 2003 French play Le Vent Des Peupliers by Gérald Sibleyras. The play is a comedy set in 1959 in a French retirement home for First World War veterans.[1][2] (The literal translation of Le vent des peupliers is "The Wind in the Poplars". During the adaptation into English, there was concern this might cause confusion due to being too close to the popular children's title The Wind in the Willows, so Heroes was agreed as the English title. At the time, Stoppard said, "To tell you the truth, if Charles Wood hadn't written a play called Veterans [in 1972], we would have called it that.")[1]   
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  September 13
    Andrea Tate Acting Classes at SPTC
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  Professional Actor and Director Andrea Tate 
UNIQUE ACTING CLASS OFFERED AT SANTA PAULA THEATER CENTER A BLEND OF CLASS AND PRIVATE LESSONS BY ANDREA TATE FOR ALL SKILL LEVELS “I have noticed that many actors are missing a crucial aspect of their acting training—PRIVATE LESSONS. Private acting lessons are important in making those breakthroughs that many actors are seeking. These lessons help improve your acting technique, create higher success rates at auditions and in production. This class will focus on each actor individually by including two one-on-one sessions within a six-week period. From these sessions, I will set up an Organic Acting Bootcamp specifically geared towards an actors unique challenges and creative goals.” —Andrea Tate, Director- www.organicacting.com    
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    Heroes
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  By Tom Stoppard 
Heroes is a 2005 translation into English and adaptation by Tom Stoppard of the 2003 French play Le Vent Des Peupliers by Gérald Sibleyras. The play is a comedy set in 1959 in a French retirement home for First World War veterans.[1][2] (The literal translation of Le vent des peupliers is "The Wind in the Poplars". During the adaptation into English, there was concern this might cause confusion due to being too close to the popular children's title The Wind in the Willows, so Heroes was agreed as the English title. At the time, Stoppard said, "To tell you the truth, if Charles Wood hadn't written a play called Veterans [in 1972], we would have called it that.")[1]   
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  September 14
    Heroes
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  By Tom Stoppard 
Heroes is a 2005 translation into English and adaptation by Tom Stoppard of the 2003 French play Le Vent Des Peupliers by Gérald Sibleyras. The play is a comedy set in 1959 in a French retirement home for First World War veterans.[1][2] (The literal translation of Le vent des peupliers is "The Wind in the Poplars". During the adaptation into English, there was concern this might cause confusion due to being too close to the popular children's title The Wind in the Willows, so Heroes was agreed as the English title. At the time, Stoppard said, "To tell you the truth, if Charles Wood hadn't written a play called Veterans [in 1972], we would have called it that.")[1]   
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  September 18
    Heroes
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  By Tom Stoppard 
Heroes is a 2005 translation into English and adaptation by Tom Stoppard of the 2003 French play Le Vent Des Peupliers by Gérald Sibleyras. The play is a comedy set in 1959 in a French retirement home for First World War veterans.[1][2] (The literal translation of Le vent des peupliers is "The Wind in the Poplars". During the adaptation into English, there was concern this might cause confusion due to being too close to the popular children's title The Wind in the Willows, so Heroes was agreed as the English title. At the time, Stoppard said, "To tell you the truth, if Charles Wood hadn't written a play called Veterans [in 1972], we would have called it that.")[1]   
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  September 19
Heroes
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  By Tom Stoppard 
Heroes is a 2005 translation into English and adaptation by Tom Stoppard of the 2003 French play Le Vent Des Peupliers by Gérald Sibleyras. The play is a comedy set in 1959 in a French retirement home for First World War veterans.[1][2] (The literal translation of Le vent des peupliers is "The Wind in the Poplars". During the adaptation into English, there was concern this might cause confusion due to being too close to the popular children's title The Wind in the Willows, so Heroes was agreed as the English title. At the time, Stoppard said, "To tell you the truth, if Charles Wood hadn't written a play called Veterans [in 1972], we would have called it that.")[1]   
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  September 20
    Andrea Tate Acting Classes at SPTC
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  Professional Actor and Director Andrea Tate 
UNIQUE ACTING CLASS OFFERED AT SANTA PAULA THEATER CENTER A BLEND OF CLASS AND PRIVATE LESSONS BY ANDREA TATE FOR ALL SKILL LEVELS “I have noticed that many actors are missing a crucial aspect of their acting training—PRIVATE LESSONS. Private acting lessons are important in making those breakthroughs that many actors are seeking. These lessons help improve your acting technique, create higher success rates at auditions and in production. This class will focus on each actor individually by including two one-on-one sessions within a six-week period. From these sessions, I will set up an Organic Acting Bootcamp specifically geared towards an actors unique challenges and creative goals.” —Andrea Tate, Director- www.organicacting.com    
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Moonlight at the Ranch VIII- Polynesian Paradise-Get Your Tiki On!
  At Historic Limoneira Ranch, 1141 Cummings Road, Santa Paula CA
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Each year Moonlight at the Ranch, created by supporters of the nonprofit Santa Paula Police & Fire Foundation, provides a unique celebration with a totally new theme to fully transform the historic Limoneira Ranch for attendees to escape to.   
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Limoneira
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    Heroes
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  By Tom Stoppard 
Heroes is a 2005 translation into English and adaptation by Tom Stoppard of the 2003 French play Le Vent Des Peupliers by Gérald Sibleyras. The play is a comedy set in 1959 in a French retirement home for First World War veterans.[1][2] (The literal translation of Le vent des peupliers is "The Wind in the Poplars". During the adaptation into English, there was concern this might cause confusion due to being too close to the popular children's title The Wind in the Willows, so Heroes was agreed as the English title. At the time, Stoppard said, "To tell you the truth, if Charles Wood hadn't written a play called Veterans [in 1972], we would have called it that.")[1]   
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  September 21
    Heroes
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  By Tom Stoppard 
Heroes is a 2005 translation into English and adaptation by Tom Stoppard of the 2003 French play Le Vent Des Peupliers by Gérald Sibleyras. The play is a comedy set in 1959 in a French retirement home for First World War veterans.[1][2] (The literal translation of Le vent des peupliers is "The Wind in the Poplars". During the adaptation into English, there was concern this might cause confusion due to being too close to the popular children's title The Wind in the Willows, so Heroes was agreed as the English title. At the time, Stoppard said, "To tell you the truth, if Charles Wood hadn't written a play called Veterans [in 1972], we would have called it that.")[1]   
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  September 25
    Heroes
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  By Tom Stoppard 
Heroes is a 2005 translation into English and adaptation by Tom Stoppard of the 2003 French play Le Vent Des Peupliers by Gérald Sibleyras. The play is a comedy set in 1959 in a French retirement home for First World War veterans.[1][2] (The literal translation of Le vent des peupliers is "The Wind in the Poplars". During the adaptation into English, there was concern this might cause confusion due to being too close to the popular children's title The Wind in the Willows, so Heroes was agreed as the English title. At the time, Stoppard said, "To tell you the truth, if Charles Wood hadn't written a play called Veterans [in 1972], we would have called it that.")[1]   
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  September 26
Heroes
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  By Tom Stoppard 
Heroes is a 2005 translation into English and adaptation by Tom Stoppard of the 2003 French play Le Vent Des Peupliers by Gérald Sibleyras. The play is a comedy set in 1959 in a French retirement home for First World War veterans.[1][2] (The literal translation of Le vent des peupliers is "The Wind in the Poplars". During the adaptation into English, there was concern this might cause confusion due to being too close to the popular children's title The Wind in the Willows, so Heroes was agreed as the English title. At the time, Stoppard said, "To tell you the truth, if Charles Wood hadn't written a play called Veterans [in 1972], we would have called it that.")[1]   
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  September 27
Heroes
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  By Tom Stoppard 
Heroes is a 2005 translation into English and adaptation by Tom Stoppard of the 2003 French play Le Vent Des Peupliers by Gérald Sibleyras. The play is a comedy set in 1959 in a French retirement home for First World War veterans.[1][2] (The literal translation of Le vent des peupliers is "The Wind in the Poplars". During the adaptation into English, there was concern this might cause confusion due to being too close to the popular children's title The Wind in the Willows, so Heroes was agreed as the English title. At the time, Stoppard said, "To tell you the truth, if Charles Wood hadn't written a play called Veterans [in 1972], we would have called it that.")[1]   
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  September 28
    Heroes
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  By Tom Stoppard 
Heroes is a 2005 translation into English and adaptation by Tom Stoppard of the 2003 French play Le Vent Des Peupliers by Gérald Sibleyras. The play is a comedy set in 1959 in a French retirement home for First World War veterans.[1][2] (The literal translation of Le vent des peupliers is "The Wind in the Poplars". During the adaptation into English, there was concern this might cause confusion due to being too close to the popular children's title The Wind in the Willows, so Heroes was agreed as the English title. At the time, Stoppard said, "To tell you the truth, if Charles Wood hadn't written a play called Veterans [in 1972], we would have called it that.")[1]   
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  September 29
    Andrea Tate Acting Classes at SPTC
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  Professional Actor and Director Andrea Tate 
UNIQUE ACTING CLASS OFFERED AT SANTA PAULA THEATER CENTER A BLEND OF CLASS AND PRIVATE LESSONS BY ANDREA TATE FOR ALL SKILL LEVELS “I have noticed that many actors are missing a crucial aspect of their acting training—PRIVATE LESSONS. Private acting lessons are important in making those breakthroughs that many actors are seeking. These lessons help improve your acting technique, create higher success rates at auditions and in production. This class will focus on each actor individually by including two one-on-one sessions within a six-week period. From these sessions, I will set up an Organic Acting Bootcamp specifically geared towards an actors unique challenges and creative goals.” —Andrea Tate, Director- www.organicacting.com    
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  October 2
    Heroes
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  By Tom Stoppard 
Heroes is a 2005 translation into English and adaptation by Tom Stoppard of the 2003 French play Le Vent Des Peupliers by Gérald Sibleyras. The play is a comedy set in 1959 in a French retirement home for First World War veterans.[1][2] (The literal translation of Le vent des peupliers is "The Wind in the Poplars". During the adaptation into English, there was concern this might cause confusion due to being too close to the popular children's title The Wind in the Willows, so Heroes was agreed as the English title. At the time, Stoppard said, "To tell you the truth, if Charles Wood hadn't written a play called Veterans [in 1972], we would have called it that.")[1]   
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  October 3
Heroes
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  By Tom Stoppard 
Heroes is a 2005 translation into English and adaptation by Tom Stoppard of the 2003 French play Le Vent Des Peupliers by Gérald Sibleyras. The play is a comedy set in 1959 in a French retirement home for First World War veterans.[1][2] (The literal translation of Le vent des peupliers is "The Wind in the Poplars". During the adaptation into English, there was concern this might cause confusion due to being too close to the popular children's title The Wind in the Willows, so Heroes was agreed as the English title. At the time, Stoppard said, "To tell you the truth, if Charles Wood hadn't written a play called Veterans [in 1972], we would have called it that.")[1]   
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  October 4
Heroes
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  By Tom Stoppard 
Heroes is a 2005 translation into English and adaptation by Tom Stoppard of the 2003 French play Le Vent Des Peupliers by Gérald Sibleyras. The play is a comedy set in 1959 in a French retirement home for First World War veterans.[1][2] (The literal translation of Le vent des peupliers is "The Wind in the Poplars". During the adaptation into English, there was concern this might cause confusion due to being too close to the popular children's title The Wind in the Willows, so Heroes was agreed as the English title. At the time, Stoppard said, "To tell you the truth, if Charles Wood hadn't written a play called Veterans [in 1972], we would have called it that.")[1]   
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