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    EGGStraordinary EGGSibit: A Fascinating Collection of Bird Eggs from Ventura County
  California Oil Museum, 1001 E. Main Street, Santa Paula CA
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Which came first? You may not be able to answer that question after you visit, but you will be amazed at the collection of eggs shown in this exhibit at the California Oil Museum. Borrowed from the vast collection at the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, this exhibit focuses on Ventura County bird eggs and the habitat in which they are hatched. Explore the unique beauty of the eggs while you learn about the fascinating world of birds. Opening day will have exciting egg activities for the entire family, such as how to blow out an egg, and professional bird watchers that will inspire you to become a bird enthusiast! The California Oil Museum is located at 1001 E. Main Street. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors, $1 for students 6-17, free to members and children 5 and under. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm. For more information find us at www.oilmuseum.net or call 805-933-0076. So what is it about eggs and nests that called out to both professional and amateur ornithologists alike, inspiring them to spend large amounts of time in the field collecting the materials and endless hours organizing them in museums, despite the risk of going into debt, alienating their friends and family, and even losing their lives? The answers lie not only in the nature of old-time bird collectors, people who loved to amass rare, unique, and common specimens alike, but also in the nature of early ecologists, people with the passion for the natural world who found answers to questions about natural history and evolution in the shapes, colors, patterns, clutch sizes, and distributions of the eggs and nests of the world’s birds. The answers lie, too, in the nature of the eggs and nests themselves- beautiful, fragile, unique, useful, and marvelous to behold!   
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California Oil Museum
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  April 24
EGGStraordinary EGGSibit: A Fascinating Collection of Bird Eggs from Ventura County
  California Oil Museum, 1001 E. Main Street, Santa Paula CA
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Which came first? You may not be able to answer that question after you visit, but you will be amazed at the collection of eggs shown in this exhibit at the California Oil Museum. Borrowed from the vast collection at the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, this exhibit focuses on Ventura County bird eggs and the habitat in which they are hatched. Explore the unique beauty of the eggs while you learn about the fascinating world of birds. Opening day will have exciting egg activities for the entire family, such as how to blow out an egg, and professional bird watchers that will inspire you to become a bird enthusiast! The California Oil Museum is located at 1001 E. Main Street. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors, $1 for students 6-17, free to members and children 5 and under. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm. For more information find us at www.oilmuseum.net or call 805-933-0076. So what is it about eggs and nests that called out to both professional and amateur ornithologists alike, inspiring them to spend large amounts of time in the field collecting the materials and endless hours organizing them in museums, despite the risk of going into debt, alienating their friends and family, and even losing their lives? The answers lie not only in the nature of old-time bird collectors, people who loved to amass rare, unique, and common specimens alike, but also in the nature of early ecologists, people with the passion for the natural world who found answers to questions about natural history and evolution in the shapes, colors, patterns, clutch sizes, and distributions of the eggs and nests of the world’s birds. The answers lie, too, in the nature of the eggs and nests themselves- beautiful, fragile, unique, useful, and marvelous to behold!   
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California Oil Museum
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  April 25
EGGStraordinary EGGSibit: A Fascinating Collection of Bird Eggs from Ventura County
  California Oil Museum, 1001 E. Main Street, Santa Paula CA
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Which came first? You may not be able to answer that question after you visit, but you will be amazed at the collection of eggs shown in this exhibit at the California Oil Museum. Borrowed from the vast collection at the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, this exhibit focuses on Ventura County bird eggs and the habitat in which they are hatched. Explore the unique beauty of the eggs while you learn about the fascinating world of birds. Opening day will have exciting egg activities for the entire family, such as how to blow out an egg, and professional bird watchers that will inspire you to become a bird enthusiast! The California Oil Museum is located at 1001 E. Main Street. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors, $1 for students 6-17, free to members and children 5 and under. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm. For more information find us at www.oilmuseum.net or call 805-933-0076. So what is it about eggs and nests that called out to both professional and amateur ornithologists alike, inspiring them to spend large amounts of time in the field collecting the materials and endless hours organizing them in museums, despite the risk of going into debt, alienating their friends and family, and even losing their lives? The answers lie not only in the nature of old-time bird collectors, people who loved to amass rare, unique, and common specimens alike, but also in the nature of early ecologists, people with the passion for the natural world who found answers to questions about natural history and evolution in the shapes, colors, patterns, clutch sizes, and distributions of the eggs and nests of the world’s birds. The answers lie, too, in the nature of the eggs and nests themselves- beautiful, fragile, unique, useful, and marvelous to behold!   
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California Oil Museum
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    The Seagull
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  by Anton Chekhov 
Celebrated actress irina Arkadina's visit to her aspiring playwright son with her successful novelist lover in tow creates a ripple effect of unrequited passions and petty jealousies among her friends and family in Anton Chekhov's comic masterpiece.   ($15.00 - $20.00)
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Santa Paula Theater Center
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  April 26
    EGGStraordinary EGGSibit: A Fascinating Collection of Bird Eggs from Ventura County
  California Oil Museum, 1001 E. Main Street, Santa Paula CA
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Which came first? You may not be able to answer that question after you visit, but you will be amazed at the collection of eggs shown in this exhibit at the California Oil Museum. Borrowed from the vast collection at the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, this exhibit focuses on Ventura County bird eggs and the habitat in which they are hatched. Explore the unique beauty of the eggs while you learn about the fascinating world of birds. Opening day will have exciting egg activities for the entire family, such as how to blow out an egg, and professional bird watchers that will inspire you to become a bird enthusiast! The California Oil Museum is located at 1001 E. Main Street. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors, $1 for students 6-17, free to members and children 5 and under. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm. For more information find us at www.oilmuseum.net or call 805-933-0076. So what is it about eggs and nests that called out to both professional and amateur ornithologists alike, inspiring them to spend large amounts of time in the field collecting the materials and endless hours organizing them in museums, despite the risk of going into debt, alienating their friends and family, and even losing their lives? The answers lie not only in the nature of old-time bird collectors, people who loved to amass rare, unique, and common specimens alike, but also in the nature of early ecologists, people with the passion for the natural world who found answers to questions about natural history and evolution in the shapes, colors, patterns, clutch sizes, and distributions of the eggs and nests of the world’s birds. The answers lie, too, in the nature of the eggs and nests themselves- beautiful, fragile, unique, useful, and marvelous to behold!   
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California Oil Museum
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    The Seagull
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  by Anton Chekhov 
Celebrated actress irina Arkadina's visit to her aspiring playwright son with her successful novelist lover in tow creates a ripple effect of unrequited passions and petty jealousies among her friends and family in Anton Chekhov's comic masterpiece.   ($15.00 - $20.00)
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Santa Paula Theater Center
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  April 27
    EGGStraordinary EGGSibit: A Fascinating Collection of Bird Eggs from Ventura County
  California Oil Museum, 1001 E. Main Street, Santa Paula CA
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Which came first? You may not be able to answer that question after you visit, but you will be amazed at the collection of eggs shown in this exhibit at the California Oil Museum. Borrowed from the vast collection at the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, this exhibit focuses on Ventura County bird eggs and the habitat in which they are hatched. Explore the unique beauty of the eggs while you learn about the fascinating world of birds. Opening day will have exciting egg activities for the entire family, such as how to blow out an egg, and professional bird watchers that will inspire you to become a bird enthusiast! The California Oil Museum is located at 1001 E. Main Street. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors, $1 for students 6-17, free to members and children 5 and under. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm. For more information find us at www.oilmuseum.net or call 805-933-0076. So what is it about eggs and nests that called out to both professional and amateur ornithologists alike, inspiring them to spend large amounts of time in the field collecting the materials and endless hours organizing them in museums, despite the risk of going into debt, alienating their friends and family, and even losing their lives? The answers lie not only in the nature of old-time bird collectors, people who loved to amass rare, unique, and common specimens alike, but also in the nature of early ecologists, people with the passion for the natural world who found answers to questions about natural history and evolution in the shapes, colors, patterns, clutch sizes, and distributions of the eggs and nests of the world’s birds. The answers lie, too, in the nature of the eggs and nests themselves- beautiful, fragile, unique, useful, and marvelous to behold!   
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California Oil Museum
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    The Seagull
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  by Anton Chekhov 
Celebrated actress irina Arkadina's visit to her aspiring playwright son with her successful novelist lover in tow creates a ripple effect of unrequited passions and petty jealousies among her friends and family in Anton Chekhov's comic masterpiece.   ($15.00 - $20.00)
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Santa Paula Theater Center
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  April 30
    EGGStraordinary EGGSibit: A Fascinating Collection of Bird Eggs from Ventura County
  California Oil Museum, 1001 E. Main Street, Santa Paula CA
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Which came first? You may not be able to answer that question after you visit, but you will be amazed at the collection of eggs shown in this exhibit at the California Oil Museum. Borrowed from the vast collection at the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, this exhibit focuses on Ventura County bird eggs and the habitat in which they are hatched. Explore the unique beauty of the eggs while you learn about the fascinating world of birds. Opening day will have exciting egg activities for the entire family, such as how to blow out an egg, and professional bird watchers that will inspire you to become a bird enthusiast! The California Oil Museum is located at 1001 E. Main Street. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors, $1 for students 6-17, free to members and children 5 and under. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm. For more information find us at www.oilmuseum.net or call 805-933-0076. So what is it about eggs and nests that called out to both professional and amateur ornithologists alike, inspiring them to spend large amounts of time in the field collecting the materials and endless hours organizing them in museums, despite the risk of going into debt, alienating their friends and family, and even losing their lives? The answers lie not only in the nature of old-time bird collectors, people who loved to amass rare, unique, and common specimens alike, but also in the nature of early ecologists, people with the passion for the natural world who found answers to questions about natural history and evolution in the shapes, colors, patterns, clutch sizes, and distributions of the eggs and nests of the world’s birds. The answers lie, too, in the nature of the eggs and nests themselves- beautiful, fragile, unique, useful, and marvelous to behold!   
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California Oil Museum
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  May 1
EGGStraordinary EGGSibit: A Fascinating Collection of Bird Eggs from Ventura County
  California Oil Museum, 1001 E. Main Street, Santa Paula CA
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Which came first? You may not be able to answer that question after you visit, but you will be amazed at the collection of eggs shown in this exhibit at the California Oil Museum. Borrowed from the vast collection at the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, this exhibit focuses on Ventura County bird eggs and the habitat in which they are hatched. Explore the unique beauty of the eggs while you learn about the fascinating world of birds. Opening day will have exciting egg activities for the entire family, such as how to blow out an egg, and professional bird watchers that will inspire you to become a bird enthusiast! The California Oil Museum is located at 1001 E. Main Street. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors, $1 for students 6-17, free to members and children 5 and under. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm. For more information find us at www.oilmuseum.net or call 805-933-0076. So what is it about eggs and nests that called out to both professional and amateur ornithologists alike, inspiring them to spend large amounts of time in the field collecting the materials and endless hours organizing them in museums, despite the risk of going into debt, alienating their friends and family, and even losing their lives? The answers lie not only in the nature of old-time bird collectors, people who loved to amass rare, unique, and common specimens alike, but also in the nature of early ecologists, people with the passion for the natural world who found answers to questions about natural history and evolution in the shapes, colors, patterns, clutch sizes, and distributions of the eggs and nests of the world’s birds. The answers lie, too, in the nature of the eggs and nests themselves- beautiful, fragile, unique, useful, and marvelous to behold!   
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California Oil Museum
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  May 2
EGGStraordinary EGGSibit: A Fascinating Collection of Bird Eggs from Ventura County
  California Oil Museum, 1001 E. Main Street, Santa Paula CA
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Which came first? You may not be able to answer that question after you visit, but you will be amazed at the collection of eggs shown in this exhibit at the California Oil Museum. Borrowed from the vast collection at the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, this exhibit focuses on Ventura County bird eggs and the habitat in which they are hatched. Explore the unique beauty of the eggs while you learn about the fascinating world of birds. Opening day will have exciting egg activities for the entire family, such as how to blow out an egg, and professional bird watchers that will inspire you to become a bird enthusiast! The California Oil Museum is located at 1001 E. Main Street. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors, $1 for students 6-17, free to members and children 5 and under. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm. For more information find us at www.oilmuseum.net or call 805-933-0076. So what is it about eggs and nests that called out to both professional and amateur ornithologists alike, inspiring them to spend large amounts of time in the field collecting the materials and endless hours organizing them in museums, despite the risk of going into debt, alienating their friends and family, and even losing their lives? The answers lie not only in the nature of old-time bird collectors, people who loved to amass rare, unique, and common specimens alike, but also in the nature of early ecologists, people with the passion for the natural world who found answers to questions about natural history and evolution in the shapes, colors, patterns, clutch sizes, and distributions of the eggs and nests of the world’s birds. The answers lie, too, in the nature of the eggs and nests themselves- beautiful, fragile, unique, useful, and marvelous to behold!   
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California Oil Museum
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    The Seagull
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  by Anton Chekhov 
Celebrated actress irina Arkadina's visit to her aspiring playwright son with her successful novelist lover in tow creates a ripple effect of unrequited passions and petty jealousies among her friends and family in Anton Chekhov's comic masterpiece.   ($15.00 - $20.00)
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Santa Paula Theater Center
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  May 3
    EGGStraordinary EGGSibit: A Fascinating Collection of Bird Eggs from Ventura County
  California Oil Museum, 1001 E. Main Street, Santa Paula CA
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Which came first? You may not be able to answer that question after you visit, but you will be amazed at the collection of eggs shown in this exhibit at the California Oil Museum. Borrowed from the vast collection at the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, this exhibit focuses on Ventura County bird eggs and the habitat in which they are hatched. Explore the unique beauty of the eggs while you learn about the fascinating world of birds. Opening day will have exciting egg activities for the entire family, such as how to blow out an egg, and professional bird watchers that will inspire you to become a bird enthusiast! The California Oil Museum is located at 1001 E. Main Street. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors, $1 for students 6-17, free to members and children 5 and under. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm. For more information find us at www.oilmuseum.net or call 805-933-0076. So what is it about eggs and nests that called out to both professional and amateur ornithologists alike, inspiring them to spend large amounts of time in the field collecting the materials and endless hours organizing them in museums, despite the risk of going into debt, alienating their friends and family, and even losing their lives? The answers lie not only in the nature of old-time bird collectors, people who loved to amass rare, unique, and common specimens alike, but also in the nature of early ecologists, people with the passion for the natural world who found answers to questions about natural history and evolution in the shapes, colors, patterns, clutch sizes, and distributions of the eggs and nests of the world’s birds. The answers lie, too, in the nature of the eggs and nests themselves- beautiful, fragile, unique, useful, and marvelous to behold!   
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California Oil Museum
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    The Seagull
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  by Anton Chekhov 
Celebrated actress irina Arkadina's visit to her aspiring playwright son with her successful novelist lover in tow creates a ripple effect of unrequited passions and petty jealousies among her friends and family in Anton Chekhov's comic masterpiece.   ($15.00 - $20.00)
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Santa Paula Theater Center
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  May 4
    EGGStraordinary EGGSibit: A Fascinating Collection of Bird Eggs from Ventura County
  California Oil Museum, 1001 E. Main Street, Santa Paula CA
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Which came first? You may not be able to answer that question after you visit, but you will be amazed at the collection of eggs shown in this exhibit at the California Oil Museum. Borrowed from the vast collection at the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, this exhibit focuses on Ventura County bird eggs and the habitat in which they are hatched. Explore the unique beauty of the eggs while you learn about the fascinating world of birds. Opening day will have exciting egg activities for the entire family, such as how to blow out an egg, and professional bird watchers that will inspire you to become a bird enthusiast! The California Oil Museum is located at 1001 E. Main Street. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors, $1 for students 6-17, free to members and children 5 and under. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm. For more information find us at www.oilmuseum.net or call 805-933-0076. So what is it about eggs and nests that called out to both professional and amateur ornithologists alike, inspiring them to spend large amounts of time in the field collecting the materials and endless hours organizing them in museums, despite the risk of going into debt, alienating their friends and family, and even losing their lives? The answers lie not only in the nature of old-time bird collectors, people who loved to amass rare, unique, and common specimens alike, but also in the nature of early ecologists, people with the passion for the natural world who found answers to questions about natural history and evolution in the shapes, colors, patterns, clutch sizes, and distributions of the eggs and nests of the world’s birds. The answers lie, too, in the nature of the eggs and nests themselves- beautiful, fragile, unique, useful, and marvelous to behold!   
MORE DETAILS, MAP & DIRECTIONS
California Oil Museum
WEBSITE    (805) 933-0076 x291     PROFILE     EMAIL A FRIEND
 
    The Seagull
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  by Anton Chekhov 
Celebrated actress irina Arkadina's visit to her aspiring playwright son with her successful novelist lover in tow creates a ripple effect of unrequited passions and petty jealousies among her friends and family in Anton Chekhov's comic masterpiece.   ($15.00 - $20.00)
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Santa Paula Theater Center
WEBSITE    (805) 525-4645     PROFILE     EMAIL A FRIEND
 

  May 7
    EGGStraordinary EGGSibit: A Fascinating Collection of Bird Eggs from Ventura County
  California Oil Museum, 1001 E. Main Street, Santa Paula CA
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Which came first? You may not be able to answer that question after you visit, but you will be amazed at the collection of eggs shown in this exhibit at the California Oil Museum. Borrowed from the vast collection at the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, this exhibit focuses on Ventura County bird eggs and the habitat in which they are hatched. Explore the unique beauty of the eggs while you learn about the fascinating world of birds. Opening day will have exciting egg activities for the entire family, such as how to blow out an egg, and professional bird watchers that will inspire you to become a bird enthusiast! The California Oil Museum is located at 1001 E. Main Street. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors, $1 for students 6-17, free to members and children 5 and under. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm. For more information find us at www.oilmuseum.net or call 805-933-0076. So what is it about eggs and nests that called out to both professional and amateur ornithologists alike, inspiring them to spend large amounts of time in the field collecting the materials and endless hours organizing them in museums, despite the risk of going into debt, alienating their friends and family, and even losing their lives? The answers lie not only in the nature of old-time bird collectors, people who loved to amass rare, unique, and common specimens alike, but also in the nature of early ecologists, people with the passion for the natural world who found answers to questions about natural history and evolution in the shapes, colors, patterns, clutch sizes, and distributions of the eggs and nests of the world’s birds. The answers lie, too, in the nature of the eggs and nests themselves- beautiful, fragile, unique, useful, and marvelous to behold!   
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California Oil Museum
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  May 8
    Be a Citizen Scientist on Centennial Anniversary
  UC Hansen Agricultural Research & Extension Center, 14292 W.Telegraph Road, Santa Paula CA
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  UCCE Ventura County & Hansen REC 
SAVE THE DATE AND CELEBRATE! - MAY 8, 2014 In celebration of ANR's Centennial anniversary on May 8, 2014, The University of California is offering members of the public the opportunity to be a scientist for a day. Learn what our agricultural scientists do by participating with hands-on data collecting and discover how research affects your community.    
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Limoneira
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    EGGStraordinary EGGSibit: A Fascinating Collection of Bird Eggs from Ventura County
  California Oil Museum, 1001 E. Main Street, Santa Paula CA
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Which came first? You may not be able to answer that question after you visit, but you will be amazed at the collection of eggs shown in this exhibit at the California Oil Museum. Borrowed from the vast collection at the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, this exhibit focuses on Ventura County bird eggs and the habitat in which they are hatched. Explore the unique beauty of the eggs while you learn about the fascinating world of birds. Opening day will have exciting egg activities for the entire family, such as how to blow out an egg, and professional bird watchers that will inspire you to become a bird enthusiast! The California Oil Museum is located at 1001 E. Main Street. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors, $1 for students 6-17, free to members and children 5 and under. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm. For more information find us at www.oilmuseum.net or call 805-933-0076. So what is it about eggs and nests that called out to both professional and amateur ornithologists alike, inspiring them to spend large amounts of time in the field collecting the materials and endless hours organizing them in museums, despite the risk of going into debt, alienating their friends and family, and even losing their lives? The answers lie not only in the nature of old-time bird collectors, people who loved to amass rare, unique, and common specimens alike, but also in the nature of early ecologists, people with the passion for the natural world who found answers to questions about natural history and evolution in the shapes, colors, patterns, clutch sizes, and distributions of the eggs and nests of the world’s birds. The answers lie, too, in the nature of the eggs and nests themselves- beautiful, fragile, unique, useful, and marvelous to behold!   
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California Oil Museum
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  May 9
EGGStraordinary EGGSibit: A Fascinating Collection of Bird Eggs from Ventura County
  California Oil Museum, 1001 E. Main Street, Santa Paula CA
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Which came first? You may not be able to answer that question after you visit, but you will be amazed at the collection of eggs shown in this exhibit at the California Oil Museum. Borrowed from the vast collection at the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, this exhibit focuses on Ventura County bird eggs and the habitat in which they are hatched. Explore the unique beauty of the eggs while you learn about the fascinating world of birds. Opening day will have exciting egg activities for the entire family, such as how to blow out an egg, and professional bird watchers that will inspire you to become a bird enthusiast! The California Oil Museum is located at 1001 E. Main Street. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors, $1 for students 6-17, free to members and children 5 and under. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm. For more information find us at www.oilmuseum.net or call 805-933-0076. So what is it about eggs and nests that called out to both professional and amateur ornithologists alike, inspiring them to spend large amounts of time in the field collecting the materials and endless hours organizing them in museums, despite the risk of going into debt, alienating their friends and family, and even losing their lives? The answers lie not only in the nature of old-time bird collectors, people who loved to amass rare, unique, and common specimens alike, but also in the nature of early ecologists, people with the passion for the natural world who found answers to questions about natural history and evolution in the shapes, colors, patterns, clutch sizes, and distributions of the eggs and nests of the world’s birds. The answers lie, too, in the nature of the eggs and nests themselves- beautiful, fragile, unique, useful, and marvelous to behold!   
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California Oil Museum
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    The Seagull
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
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  by Anton Chekhov 
Celebrated actress irina Arkadina's visit to her aspiring playwright son with her successful novelist lover in tow creates a ripple effect of unrequited passions and petty jealousies among her friends and family in Anton Chekhov's comic masterpiece.   ($15.00 - $20.00)
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Santa Paula Theater Center
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  May 10
    EGGStraordinary EGGSibit: A Fascinating Collection of Bird Eggs from Ventura County
  California Oil Museum, 1001 E. Main Street, Santa Paula CA
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Which came first? You may not be able to answer that question after you visit, but you will be amazed at the collection of eggs shown in this exhibit at the California Oil Museum. Borrowed from the vast collection at the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, this exhibit focuses on Ventura County bird eggs and the habitat in which they are hatched. Explore the unique beauty of the eggs while you learn about the fascinating world of birds. Opening day will have exciting egg activities for the entire family, such as how to blow out an egg, and professional bird watchers that will inspire you to become a bird enthusiast! The California Oil Museum is located at 1001 E. Main Street. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors, $1 for students 6-17, free to members and children 5 and under. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm. For more information find us at www.oilmuseum.net or call 805-933-0076. So what is it about eggs and nests that called out to both professional and amateur ornithologists alike, inspiring them to spend large amounts of time in the field collecting the materials and endless hours organizing them in museums, despite the risk of going into debt, alienating their friends and family, and even losing their lives? The answers lie not only in the nature of old-time bird collectors, people who loved to amass rare, unique, and common specimens alike, but also in the nature of early ecologists, people with the passion for the natural world who found answers to questions about natural history and evolution in the shapes, colors, patterns, clutch sizes, and distributions of the eggs and nests of the world’s birds. The answers lie, too, in the nature of the eggs and nests themselves- beautiful, fragile, unique, useful, and marvelous to behold!   
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California Oil Museum
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    The Seagull
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
> DETAILS   
> HIDE   
  by Anton Chekhov 
Celebrated actress irina Arkadina's visit to her aspiring playwright son with her successful novelist lover in tow creates a ripple effect of unrequited passions and petty jealousies among her friends and family in Anton Chekhov's comic masterpiece.   ($15.00 - $20.00)
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Santa Paula Theater Center
WEBSITE    (805) 525-4645     PROFILE     EMAIL A FRIEND
 

  May 11
    EGGStraordinary EGGSibit: A Fascinating Collection of Bird Eggs from Ventura County
  California Oil Museum, 1001 E. Main Street, Santa Paula CA
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Which came first? You may not be able to answer that question after you visit, but you will be amazed at the collection of eggs shown in this exhibit at the California Oil Museum. Borrowed from the vast collection at the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, this exhibit focuses on Ventura County bird eggs and the habitat in which they are hatched. Explore the unique beauty of the eggs while you learn about the fascinating world of birds. Opening day will have exciting egg activities for the entire family, such as how to blow out an egg, and professional bird watchers that will inspire you to become a bird enthusiast! The California Oil Museum is located at 1001 E. Main Street. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors, $1 for students 6-17, free to members and children 5 and under. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm. For more information find us at www.oilmuseum.net or call 805-933-0076. So what is it about eggs and nests that called out to both professional and amateur ornithologists alike, inspiring them to spend large amounts of time in the field collecting the materials and endless hours organizing them in museums, despite the risk of going into debt, alienating their friends and family, and even losing their lives? The answers lie not only in the nature of old-time bird collectors, people who loved to amass rare, unique, and common specimens alike, but also in the nature of early ecologists, people with the passion for the natural world who found answers to questions about natural history and evolution in the shapes, colors, patterns, clutch sizes, and distributions of the eggs and nests of the world’s birds. The answers lie, too, in the nature of the eggs and nests themselves- beautiful, fragile, unique, useful, and marvelous to behold!   
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California Oil Museum
WEBSITE    (805) 933-0076 x291     PROFILE     EMAIL A FRIEND
 
    The Seagull
  Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula CA
> DETAILS   
> HIDE   
  by Anton Chekhov 
Celebrated actress irina Arkadina's visit to her aspiring playwright son with her successful novelist lover in tow creates a ripple effect of unrequited passions and petty jealousies among her friends and family in Anton Chekhov's comic masterpiece.   ($15.00 - $20.00)
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Santa Paula Theater Center
WEBSITE    (805) 525-4645     PROFILE     EMAIL A FRIEND
 
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