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  June 26
   
I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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Studio Sunday - “O’Keeffe, Flowers & Wine”  
  Museum of Ventura County, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

Come join us for a glass (or two) of wine and painting in a relaxed, fun environment, with expert guidance. No experience necessary. You will be lead, step-by-step, through the creation of an original piece of art to take home! Co-sponsored and taught by Vita Art Center. June 26: “O’Keeffe, Flowers & Wine”| 1-4pm Learn to draw the sensual shapes and gorgeous flowers of New Mexico maven Georgia O’Keeffe Each class is $40 per person, $35 for MVC members. Fee includes art materials, instruction, with up to 2 glasses of wine and light refreshments. Limited to 40 persons per class.    
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  June 28
   
I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  June 29
   
Swap Meet  
  Ventura County Fairgrounds - Lot C, 10 W. Harbor Blvd., Ventura CA

Every Wednesday: Antiques, Collectibles, Tools, Clothes, Records, Books, Knick-knacks and more! Fresh Veggies at the Farmer's Market! Wednesdays 7 am-2 pm; Admission: $1; 15 & under free    ($1.00
Presented by ... Ventura County Fairgrounds
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I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  June 30

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  July 1

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  July 2

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  (805) 653-0323
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  July 3

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  (805) 653-0323
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  July 5

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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Foothill Food Truck Fest  
  "The Ramblers" - performing Tuesday, April 5th  
  Poinsettia Pavilion, 3451 Foothill Rd, Ventura CA

Poinsettia Pavilion, the "Venue with a View", will host their monthly free Foothill Food Truck Fest of 2016. The event includes gourmet food options served up by your favorite food trucks, beer by Surf Brewery, wine by Four Brix Winery, and ice cold margaritas. Live music this month provided by The Ramblers, a local rock and roll band.   
Presented by ... Poinsettia Pavilion
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  (805) 648-1143
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  July 6
   
Swap Meet  
  Ventura County Fairgrounds - Lot C, 10 W. Harbor Blvd., Ventura CA

Every Wednesday: Antiques, Collectibles, Tools, Clothes, Records, Books, Knick-knacks and more! Fresh Veggies at the Farmer's Market! Wednesdays 7 am-2 pm; Admission: $1; 15 & under free    ($1.00
Presented by ... Ventura County Fairgrounds
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  (818) 590-5435
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I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  (805) 653-0323
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  July 7

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  (805) 653-0323
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  July 8

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  July 9

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  July 10

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  (805) 653-0323
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  July 12

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  July 13
   
Swap Meet  
  Ventura County Fairgrounds - Lot C, 10 W. Harbor Blvd., Ventura CA

Every Wednesday: Antiques, Collectibles, Tools, Clothes, Records, Books, Knick-knacks and more! Fresh Veggies at the Farmer's Market! Wednesdays 7 am-2 pm; Admission: $1; 15 & under free    ($1.00
Presented by ... Ventura County Fairgrounds
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  (818) 590-5435
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I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  (805) 653-0323
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  July 14

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  July 15

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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    Tea & Trumpets  
  Pierpont Inn , 550 Sanjon Rd, Ventura CA
The delightful Festival Brass Quintet returns with their hallmark wit, humor and fanfare, while The Pierpont serves up a four-course English tea!   ($75
Presented by ... Ventura Music Festival
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    Anderson & Roe Piano Duo  
  Ventura College Performing Arts Center, 4667 Telegraph Rd, Ventura CA
Critics are beside themselves raving about the piano duo Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe: Wrote one: “The audience, like Vesuvius, erupted with one massive cheer, jumping to its feet, settling for a moment like hot pumice only to explode again minutes later for two more dazzling pyrotechnic encores.” And from another: “Even the most jaded of concert goers sat forward in their seats and dropped their jaws in amazement...” Now, who doesn’t want to see and hear Anderson & Roe for themselves? Mark your calendars!   ($15 - $40)
Presented by ... Ventura Music Festival
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    Be the DD and Win! 5th Anniversary (Ventura)  
  Downtown Ventura, Bar District, Ventura CA
Be the DD and Win! is a designated driver program launched in 2011, and it's taken hold of the Ventura County nightlife scene in an incredible way. The campaign includes the popular Prize Posse, a group of fun and exciting young people who take to the streets to reward Designated Drivers with prizes, all the while delivering the message that it is cool and fun to be the DD!   
Presented by ... Project Safer
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  July 16
   
I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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    Vadym Kholodenko  
  Ventura College Performing Arts Center, 4667 Telegraph Rd, Ventura CA
This Ukrainian-born pianist took the Gold Medal in the most recent Cliburn International Piano Competition and an already award-winning career took off like a rocket. It was “the kind of magical performance that made you hold your breath”, wrote one critic. Kholodenko plays “with the guts of a true superartist,” said another.    ($15 - $45)
Presented by ... Ventura Music Festival
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  July 17
   
I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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Studio Sunday - “Color Me Happy: Mixed Media inspired by Beatriz Milhazes”  
  Museum of Ventura County, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

Come join us for a glass (or two) of wine and painting in a relaxed, fun environment, with expert guidance. No experience necessary. You will be lead, step-by-step, through the creation of an original piece of art to take home! Co-sponsored and taught by Vita Art Center. “Color Me Happy: Mixed Media inspired by Beatriz Milhazes”. Combine styles of painting, as Beatriz does with her mash-up of Brazilian Folk art and modernism. Each class is $40 per person, $35 for MVC members. Fee includes art materials, instruction, with up to 2 glasses of wine and light refreshments. Limited to 40 persons per class.    
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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    Ute Lemper  
  Ventura College Performing Arts Center, 4667 Telegraph Rd, Ventura CA
The international star Ute Lemper is acclaimed for her work on the stage, in films and in concert, including the Berlin Cabaret Songs, the works of Kurt Weill and Berthold Brecht, and the songs of Edith Piaf and Astor Piazzolla, the fabulous Argentinian Tango composer. Of a recent concert, Finn Pollard wrote: “There are some live performance occasions when critical comment almost becomes superfluous and you simply have to acknowledge that you were privileged to be present while greatness was at work.”   ($15 - $40)
Presented by ... Ventura Music Festival
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  July 19
   
I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  July 20
   
Swap Meet  
  Ventura County Fairgrounds - Lot C, 10 W. Harbor Blvd., Ventura CA

Every Wednesday: Antiques, Collectibles, Tools, Clothes, Records, Books, Knick-knacks and more! Fresh Veggies at the Farmer's Market! Wednesdays 7 am-2 pm; Admission: $1; 15 & under free    ($1.00
Presented by ... Ventura County Fairgrounds
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  (818) 590-5435
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I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  July 21

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  July 22

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
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    Tea & Trumpets  
  Pierpont Inn , 550 Sanjon Rd, Ventura CA
The delightful Festival Brass Quintet returns with their hallmark wit, humor and fanfare, while The Pierpont serves up a four-course English tea!   ($75
Presented by ... Ventura Music Festival
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  July 23
   
I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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    Nuvi Mehta & Friends  
  Ventura College Performing Arts Center, 4667 Telegraph Rd, Ventura CA
Ventura Music Festival’s Artistic Director Nuvi Mehta, who is also a violin virtuoso, engages three prize-winning musician-colleagues in an exciting, romantic evening of song, piano, violin and horn. The colleagues: Benjamin Jaber (horn); Egle Januleviciute (piano); and Monica Abrego, one of Mexico’s premier sopranos.   ($15 - $40)
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  July 24
   
I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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Studio Sunday - “Color Me Happy: Mixed Media inspired by Beatriz Milhazes”  
  Museum of Ventura County, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

Come join us for a glass (or two) of wine and painting in a relaxed, fun environment, with expert guidance. No experience necessary. You will be lead, step-by-step, through the creation of an original piece of art to take home! Co-sponsored and taught by Vita Art Center. “Color Me Happy: Mixed Media inspired by Beatriz Milhazes”. Combine styles of painting, as Beatriz does with her mash-up of Brazilian Folk art and modernism. Each class is $40 per person, $35 for MVC members. Fee includes art materials, instruction, with up to 2 glasses of wine and light refreshments. Limited to 40 persons per class.    
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    Composers & the Movies  
  Ventura College Performing Arts Center, 4667 Telegraph Rd, Ventura CA
In a unique blend of symposium and concert, award-winning film composers Bruce Broughton and Larry Groupè draw on film clips and a sextet of live musicians to illustrate how they develop themes and scores for the movies.   ($15 - $35)
Presented by ... Ventura Music Festival
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  July 26
   
I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  July 27
   
Swap Meet  
  Ventura County Fairgrounds - Lot C, 10 W. Harbor Blvd., Ventura CA

Every Wednesday: Antiques, Collectibles, Tools, Clothes, Records, Books, Knick-knacks and more! Fresh Veggies at the Farmer's Market! Wednesdays 7 am-2 pm; Admission: $1; 15 & under free    ($1.00
Presented by ... Ventura County Fairgrounds
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I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  July 28

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  July 29

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  July 30

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  July 31

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  August 2

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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Foothill Food Truck Fest  
  "The Ramblers" - performing Tuesday, April 5th  
  Poinsettia Pavilion, 3451 Foothill Rd, Ventura CA

Poinsettia Pavilion, the "Venue with a View", will host their monthly free Foothill Food Truck Fest of 2016. The event includes gourmet food options served up by your favorite food trucks, beer by Surf Brewery, wine by Four Brix Winery, and ice cold margaritas. Live music this month provided by The Ramblers, a local rock and roll band.   
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  August 3
   
Swap Meet  
  Ventura County Fairgrounds - Lot C, 10 W. Harbor Blvd., Ventura CA

Every Wednesday: Antiques, Collectibles, Tools, Clothes, Records, Books, Knick-knacks and more! Fresh Veggies at the Farmer's Market! Wednesdays 7 am-2 pm; Admission: $1; 15 & under free    ($1.00
Presented by ... Ventura County Fairgrounds
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I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  August 4

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  August 5

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  August 6

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  August 7

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  August 9

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  August 10
   
Swap Meet  
  Ventura County Fairgrounds - Lot C, 10 W. Harbor Blvd., Ventura CA

Every Wednesday: Antiques, Collectibles, Tools, Clothes, Records, Books, Knick-knacks and more! Fresh Veggies at the Farmer's Market! Wednesdays 7 am-2 pm; Admission: $1; 15 & under free    ($1.00
Presented by ... Ventura County Fairgrounds
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I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  August 11

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  August 12

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  August 13

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  August 14

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  August 16

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  August 17
   
Swap Meet  
  Ventura County Fairgrounds - Lot C, 10 W. Harbor Blvd., Ventura CA

Every Wednesday: Antiques, Collectibles, Tools, Clothes, Records, Books, Knick-knacks and more! Fresh Veggies at the Farmer's Market! Wednesdays 7 am-2 pm; Admission: $1; 15 & under free    ($1.00
Presented by ... Ventura County Fairgrounds
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I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  August 18

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  August 19

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  August 20

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  August 21

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  (805) 653-0323
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  August 23

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  (805) 653-0323
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  August 24
   
Swap Meet  
  Ventura County Fairgrounds - Lot C, 10 W. Harbor Blvd., Ventura CA

Every Wednesday: Antiques, Collectibles, Tools, Clothes, Records, Books, Knick-knacks and more! Fresh Veggies at the Farmer's Market! Wednesdays 7 am-2 pm; Admission: $1; 15 & under free    ($1.00
Presented by ... Ventura County Fairgrounds
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  (818) 590-5435
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I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
  More Info
  Website
  (805) 653-0323
  Email a Friend
   

  August 25

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
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  Website
  (805) 653-0323
  Email a Friend
   

  August 26

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
  More Info
  Website
  (805) 653-0323
  Email a Friend
   

  August 27

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
  More Info
  Website
  (805) 653-0323
  Email a Friend
   

  August 28

I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story  
  Museum of Ventura Country, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA

In this first exhibition of its kind, the Smithsonian celebrates Asian Pacific American history oacross a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shpaed and been shaped by the course of the nation’s history. “I Want the Wide American Earth” tells the rich and complex stories of the very first Asian immigrants, including their participation in key moments in American history: Asian immigrants panned in the Gold Rush, hammered ties in the Transcontinental Railroad, fought on both sides in the Civil War and helped build the nation’s agricultural system. Trhough the decades, Asian immigrants struggled against legal exclusion, civil rights violations and unlawful detention, such as the 120,000 Japanese who were interred during World War II. Since the 1960s, vibrant new communities, pan-Asian, Pacific Islander and cross-cultural in make-up, have blossomed.   
Presented by ... Museum of Ventura County
  More Info
  Website
  (805) 653-0323
  Email a Friend
   

  August 31
   
Swap Meet  
  Ventura County Fairgrounds - Lot C, 10 W. Harbor Blvd., Ventura CA

Every Wednesday: Antiques, Collectibles, Tools, Clothes, Records, Books, Knick-knacks and more! Fresh Veggies at the Farmer's Market! Wednesdays 7 am-2 pm; Admission: $1; 15 & under free    ($1.00
Presented by ... Ventura County Fairgrounds
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  (818) 590-5435
  Email a Friend
   

  September 6
   
Foothill Food Truck Fest  
  "The Ramblers" - performing Tuesday, April 5th  
  Poinsettia Pavilion, 3451 Foothill Rd, Ventura CA

Poinsettia Pavilion, the "Venue with a View", will host their monthly free Foothill Food Truck Fest of 2016. The event includes gourmet food options served up by your favorite food trucks, beer by Surf Brewery, wine by Four Brix Winery, and ice cold margaritas. Live music this month provided by The Ramblers, a local rock and roll band.   
Presented by ... Poinsettia Pavilion
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  (805) 648-1143
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  September 7
   
Swap Meet  
  Ventura County Fairgrounds - Lot C, 10 W. Harbor Blvd., Ventura CA

Every Wednesday: Antiques, Collectibles, Tools, Clothes, Records, Books, Knick-knacks and more! Fresh Veggies at the Farmer's Market! Wednesdays 7 am-2 pm; Admission: $1; 15 & under free    ($1.00
Presented by ... Ventura County Fairgrounds
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  (818) 590-5435
  Email a Friend
   

  September 10
    Ventura Art & Street Painting Festival  
  Ventura Harbor Village, 1583 Spinnaker Drive, Ventura CA
Sidewalks at the Ventura Harbor will be used as a canvas during the weekend of Sept. 10-11 when artists embellish them with chalk, creating vibrant street paintings for the Ventura Art and Street Painting Festival. Net proceeds from the festival will benefit local charities, including FOOD Share, Inc., Ventura County’s food bank.   
Presented by ... Ventura County Art Events, Inc.
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  (805) 302-4371
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  September 11
Ventura Art & Street Painting Festival  
  Ventura Harbor Village, 1583 Spinnaker Drive, Ventura CA
Sidewalks at the Ventura Harbor will be used as a canvas during the weekend of Sept. 10-11 when artists embellish them with chalk, creating vibrant street paintings for the Ventura Art and Street Painting Festival. Net proceeds from the festival will benefit local charities, including FOOD Share, Inc., Ventura County’s food bank.   
Presented by ... Ventura County Art Events, Inc.
  More Info
  (805) 302-4371
  Email a Friend
     

  September 14
   
Swap Meet  
  Ventura County Fairgrounds - Lot C, 10 W. Harbor Blvd., Ventura CA

Every Wednesday: Antiques, Collectibles, Tools, Clothes, Records, Books, Knick-knacks and more! Fresh Veggies at the Farmer's Market! Wednesdays 7 am-2 pm; Admission: $1; 15 & under free    ($1.00
Presented by ... Ventura County Fairgrounds
  More Info
  Website
  (818) 590-5435
  Email a Friend
   

  September 21

Swap Meet  
  Ventura County Fairgrounds - Lot C, 10 W. Harbor Blvd., Ventura CA

Every Wednesday: Antiques, Collectibles, Tools, Clothes, Records, Books, Knick-knacks and more! Fresh Veggies at the Farmer's Market! Wednesdays 7 am-2 pm; Admission: $1; 15 & under free    ($1.00
Presented by ... Ventura County Fairgrounds
  More Info
  Website
  (818) 590-5435
  Email a Friend
   

  September 28

Swap Meet  
  Ventura County Fairgrounds - Lot C, 10 W. Harbor Blvd., Ventura CA

Every Wednesday: Antiques, Collectibles, Tools, Clothes, Records, Books, Knick-knacks and more! Fresh Veggies at the Farmer's Market! Wednesdays 7 am-2 pm; Admission: $1; 15 & under free    ($1.00
Presented by ... Ventura County Fairgrounds
  More Info
  Website
  (818) 590-5435
  Email a Friend
   

  October 4
   
Foothill Food Truck Fest  
  "The Ramblers" - performing Tuesday, April 5th  
  Poinsettia Pavilion, 3451 Foothill Rd, Ventura CA

Poinsettia Pavilion, the "Venue with a View", will host their monthly free Foothill Food Truck Fest of 2016. The event includes gourmet food options served up by your favorite food trucks, beer by Surf Brewery, wine by Four Brix Winery, and ice cold margaritas. Live music this month provided by The Ramblers, a local rock and roll band.   
Presented by ... Poinsettia Pavilion
  More Info
  Website
  (805) 648-1143
  Contact
  Email a Friend
     

              
              
              
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