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    First Annual Holistic Wellness Community Healing Fair
  Holisitic Wellness Community Center Of Ventura, 2021 Sperry Avenue #22, Ventura CA
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WHAT: The First Annual Holistic Wellness Community Healing Fair & Trade Show WHERE: This event will be held at our new office location, A Place of Peace at 2021 Sperry Avenue in Ventura, CA 93003 (near Valentine Road, just south of the 101 Freeway) WHEN: Friday, October 24th, 2014 | 9:00am – 4:00pm (Trade Show / Workshops) and 4:00pm – 9:00pm (Panel Discussion / Film Screening) & Saturday October 25th, 2014 | 9:00am – 4:00pm (Panel Discussion / Trade Show / Workshops) WHY: We have created this event to share our new programs with the community, promote awareness about holistic wellness strategies, and to create more access to healing in the community. This is a new Community Healing Fair for Ventura, Oxnard, Camarillo, Ojai & Santa Barbara Individuals, Families & Groups AND Attendance is FREE! Please consider joining us for this new event for free community healing opportunities! Donations are appreciated. WHO: This event will be featuring a trade show of Holistic Healing Arts Practitioners, Wellness & Fitness Coaches, Yoga & Pilates Instructors, Healers, Massage Therapists, Environmental Concern Organizations, Artisans, Craft Makers, and Musicians… We will be hosting several free Holistic Workshops in our center during the Fair, including two exciting panel discussions and a film screening of “Hungry for Change”. Event Schedule coming soon!    
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Ventura Breeze
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    Beisbol: From the Barrios to the Big Leagues
  Museum of Ventura County, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA
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Beisbol: From the Barrios to the Big Leagues tells the story of the Mexican baseball teams and leagues that were formed in the 1920s and 1930s throughout the Central Coast. Teams like the Oxnard Aces, the Santa Paula Limoneros, the Golden State Dairy Team, and the Camarillo Merchants to name a few, helped to build a community amid the segregated landscape of 1930s California. This exhibit examines the love of the game by Mexican Americans in Ventura County, and how the network of players went beyond camaraderie and leisure time to lasting friendships and success in the big leagues.   
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Museum of Ventura County
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Cruel Season: Artists Reflecting on Drought and Fire
  Museum of Ventura County, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA
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California is facing one of the most severe droughts on record. The effects can be seen in recent wildfires and in the lengthening shores of our lakes and reservoirs. This condition is widely thought to be a result of human caused climate change. Cruel Season: Artists Reflecting on Drought and Fire is an exhibition of photography, drawing, painting, and poetry that shows how our local artists and poets responded to these disasters. Artists featured are: Susan Petty, Hiroko Yoshimoto, Richard Amend, photographers Bill Dewey, John Nichols, and Terri Laine, and poetry by Robert Louis Chianese.   
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Museum of Ventura County
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    Parent's Night Out
  VENTURA FAMILY YMCA, 3760 Telegraph Rd, Ventura CA
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The Y is a place you know you can take your kids to every other Friday night! Your kids will enjoy a pizza dinner with dessert,play in our Adventure Zone, and watch a movie. • Every other Friday Night 6p.m. -9:30p.m. • For children ages 3-12 years (must be potty trained, and socks are required) • Registration ends day of at 4p.m. • Online registration ends at 5p.m. the Thursday prior to event Prices $20 for Full Y Members $25 for Program Members $5 off for Siblings   
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VENTURA FAMILY YMCA
WEBSITE    (805) 642-2131 x16     PROFILE     EMAIL A FRIEND
 
    Deadzone 805- Interactive Halloween Haunt
  The House of Magic, 5353 Walker Street, Ventura CA
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The Zombie Apocalypse is here! Groups enter a post apocalyptic village infested with Zombies in search of survival supplies. Try to Escape Alive!!!!!   ($13.00
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Ventura Breeze
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Ventiki Whip Weekend II- The Revenge of the Whip
  Ventiki Lounge & Lanai, 701 E. Main Street, Ventura CA
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Ventura is gonna get Whipped this Weekend, with special Ventiki Whip Floats with Rum! YUM   
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GoSeeVC
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  October 25
    First Annual Holistic Wellness Community Healing Fair
  Holisitic Wellness Community Center Of Ventura, 2021 Sperry Avenue #22, Ventura CA
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WHAT: The First Annual Holistic Wellness Community Healing Fair & Trade Show WHERE: This event will be held at our new office location, A Place of Peace at 2021 Sperry Avenue in Ventura, CA 93003 (near Valentine Road, just south of the 101 Freeway) WHEN: Friday, October 24th, 2014 | 9:00am – 4:00pm (Trade Show / Workshops) and 4:00pm – 9:00pm (Panel Discussion / Film Screening) & Saturday October 25th, 2014 | 9:00am – 4:00pm (Panel Discussion / Trade Show / Workshops) WHY: We have created this event to share our new programs with the community, promote awareness about holistic wellness strategies, and to create more access to healing in the community. This is a new Community Healing Fair for Ventura, Oxnard, Camarillo, Ojai & Santa Barbara Individuals, Families & Groups AND Attendance is FREE! Please consider joining us for this new event for free community healing opportunities! Donations are appreciated. WHO: This event will be featuring a trade show of Holistic Healing Arts Practitioners, Wellness & Fitness Coaches, Yoga & Pilates Instructors, Healers, Massage Therapists, Environmental Concern Organizations, Artisans, Craft Makers, and Musicians… We will be hosting several free Holistic Workshops in our center during the Fair, including two exciting panel discussions and a film screening of “Hungry for Change”. Event Schedule coming soon!    
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Ventura Breeze
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Foster Library Events at the Foster Library in Ventura
  Foster Library, 651 E Main St, Ventura CA
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Foster Library events 10/18 CAPS Make a Video Series 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Come learn the basics of how to record and edit a video from start to finish. No reservations are required for this free event. 10/21 Make.show.tell. 7-9 p.m. Local makers, builders, and craftspeople from the Ventura area will be at Foster to share their skills with you! Join us for demonstrations of techniques and displays of finished works. 10/22 Stronghold Schools 6:30 p.m. Come learn the one word that will help you confront and heal your child's home and school problems. Paul D. White, Director of the Ventura-based Stronghold School Systems, will share the foundational principles he's used for 40 years to transform the most challenging possible children. 10/25 Photos and Stories from Los Padres 5-6 p.m. Wilderness blogger David Stillman takes us into the seldom-seen areas of Los Padres National Forest. Photos, stories, and advice from this highly experienced local hiker.    
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Ventura Breeze
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Pumpkin Push and Swim Meet at Buena High School!
  VENTURA FAMILY YMCA, 3760 Telegraph Rd, Ventura CA
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On October 25 from 9:30AM-1:00PM volunteer and cheer on the Ventura Y’sDolphin Swim Team during the 14th annual Pumpkin Push and Swim Meet at Buena High School! The fundraiser includes t-shirts and swim caps, with all proceeds benefiting the swim team. The main event features the “Pumpkin Push,” where teams of 4 pass off a pumpkin during a relay race across 4 lengths of the pool, swimming back and forth! To volunteer or for more information, contact Cheri Hays by email at cheri.hays @ciymca.org, or call 805.642.2131 ext. 19   
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VENTURA FAMILY YMCA
WEBSITE    (805) 642-2131 x19     PROFILE     EMAIL A FRIEND
 
    Beisbol: From the Barrios to the Big Leagues
  Museum of Ventura County, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA
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Beisbol: From the Barrios to the Big Leagues tells the story of the Mexican baseball teams and leagues that were formed in the 1920s and 1930s throughout the Central Coast. Teams like the Oxnard Aces, the Santa Paula Limoneros, the Golden State Dairy Team, and the Camarillo Merchants to name a few, helped to build a community amid the segregated landscape of 1930s California. This exhibit examines the love of the game by Mexican Americans in Ventura County, and how the network of players went beyond camaraderie and leisure time to lasting friendships and success in the big leagues.   
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Museum of Ventura County
WEBSITE    (805) 653-0323     PROFILE     EMAIL A FRIEND
 
Cruel Season: Artists Reflecting on Drought and Fire
  Museum of Ventura County, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA
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California is facing one of the most severe droughts on record. The effects can be seen in recent wildfires and in the lengthening shores of our lakes and reservoirs. This condition is widely thought to be a result of human caused climate change. Cruel Season: Artists Reflecting on Drought and Fire is an exhibition of photography, drawing, painting, and poetry that shows how our local artists and poets responded to these disasters. Artists featured are: Susan Petty, Hiroko Yoshimoto, Richard Amend, photographers Bill Dewey, John Nichols, and Terri Laine, and poetry by Robert Louis Chianese.   
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Museum of Ventura County
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Ventiki Whip Weekend II- The Revenge of the Whip
  Ventiki Lounge & Lanai, 701 E. Main Street, Ventura CA
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Ventura is gonna get Whipped this Weekend, with special Ventiki Whip Floats with Rum! YUM   
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GoSeeVC
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    World Record Attempt for Thriller
  Ventura Harbor Village, 1575 Spinnaker, Ventura CA
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On October 25, thousands of dancing zombies across the globe will take to the streets in unison in an attempt to break simultaneous worldwide Thriller dance records and gather donations for charity. In Ventura, volunteers are being solicited to join this fun, family-oriented event at 3:00 p.m. at the Ventura Harbor Village. No prior dance experience is necessary. Interested individuals are encouraged to join Thriller classes currently underway at Billy Clower Dance Studio, 75 Macmillan Avenue, Ventura, for $5 per class. To register or to learn more about this event, visit www.thrilltheworldventura.com or contact Event Coordinator Susan Webb at 218-7099 or Billy Clower Dance Studio at 766-4480. Participants may also learn the dance on-line at www.thrilltheworld.com.    
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Ventura Breeze
WEBSITE    (805) 218-7099     PROFILE     EMAIL A FRIEND
 
    Deadzone 805- Interactive Halloween Haunt
  The House of Magic, 5353 Walker Street, Ventura CA
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The Zombie Apocalypse is here! Groups enter a post apocalyptic village infested with Zombies in search of survival supplies. Try to Escape Alive!!!!!   ($13.00
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Ventura Breeze
WEBSITE    (805) 653-0791     PROFILE     EMAIL A FRIEND
 

  October 26
    Foster Library Events at the Foster Library in Ventura
  Foster Library, 651 E Main St, Ventura CA
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Foster Library events 10/18 CAPS Make a Video Series 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Come learn the basics of how to record and edit a video from start to finish. No reservations are required for this free event. 10/21 Make.show.tell. 7-9 p.m. Local makers, builders, and craftspeople from the Ventura area will be at Foster to share their skills with you! Join us for demonstrations of techniques and displays of finished works. 10/22 Stronghold Schools 6:30 p.m. Come learn the one word that will help you confront and heal your child's home and school problems. Paul D. White, Director of the Ventura-based Stronghold School Systems, will share the foundational principles he's used for 40 years to transform the most challenging possible children. 10/25 Photos and Stories from Los Padres 5-6 p.m. Wilderness blogger David Stillman takes us into the seldom-seen areas of Los Padres National Forest. Photos, stories, and advice from this highly experienced local hiker.    
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Ventura Breeze
WEBSITE    (805) 653-0791     PROFILE     EMAIL A FRIEND
 
    Beisbol: From the Barrios to the Big Leagues
  Museum of Ventura County, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA
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Beisbol: From the Barrios to the Big Leagues tells the story of the Mexican baseball teams and leagues that were formed in the 1920s and 1930s throughout the Central Coast. Teams like the Oxnard Aces, the Santa Paula Limoneros, the Golden State Dairy Team, and the Camarillo Merchants to name a few, helped to build a community amid the segregated landscape of 1930s California. This exhibit examines the love of the game by Mexican Americans in Ventura County, and how the network of players went beyond camaraderie and leisure time to lasting friendships and success in the big leagues.   
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Museum of Ventura County
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Cruel Season: Artists Reflecting on Drought and Fire
  Museum of Ventura County, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA
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California is facing one of the most severe droughts on record. The effects can be seen in recent wildfires and in the lengthening shores of our lakes and reservoirs. This condition is widely thought to be a result of human caused climate change. Cruel Season: Artists Reflecting on Drought and Fire is an exhibition of photography, drawing, painting, and poetry that shows how our local artists and poets responded to these disasters. Artists featured are: Susan Petty, Hiroko Yoshimoto, Richard Amend, photographers Bill Dewey, John Nichols, and Terri Laine, and poetry by Robert Louis Chianese.   
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Museum of Ventura County
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Ventiki Whip Weekend II- The Revenge of the Whip
  Ventiki Lounge & Lanai, 701 E. Main Street, Ventura CA
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Ventura is gonna get Whipped this Weekend, with special Ventiki Whip Floats with Rum! YUM   
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GoSeeVC
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  October 28
    Hello Medicare- Neighborhood Meeting
  Carrows, 2401 Harbor Blvd., Ventura CA
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Being and independent Agent, I make it easy for you to focus on your health, and not your health care coverage. I strive to give you the programs and plans, as well as the resources and tools to help you live a healthier life.   
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GoSeeInsuranceOptions.com
WEBSITE    (805) 320-4907     PROFILE     EMAIL A FRIEND
 
    Beisbol: From the Barrios to the Big Leagues
  Museum of Ventura County, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA
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Beisbol: From the Barrios to the Big Leagues tells the story of the Mexican baseball teams and leagues that were formed in the 1920s and 1930s throughout the Central Coast. Teams like the Oxnard Aces, the Santa Paula Limoneros, the Golden State Dairy Team, and the Camarillo Merchants to name a few, helped to build a community amid the segregated landscape of 1930s California. This exhibit examines the love of the game by Mexican Americans in Ventura County, and how the network of players went beyond camaraderie and leisure time to lasting friendships and success in the big leagues.   
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Museum of Ventura County
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Cruel Season: Artists Reflecting on Drought and Fire
  Museum of Ventura County, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA
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California is facing one of the most severe droughts on record. The effects can be seen in recent wildfires and in the lengthening shores of our lakes and reservoirs. This condition is widely thought to be a result of human caused climate change. Cruel Season: Artists Reflecting on Drought and Fire is an exhibition of photography, drawing, painting, and poetry that shows how our local artists and poets responded to these disasters. Artists featured are: Susan Petty, Hiroko Yoshimoto, Richard Amend, photographers Bill Dewey, John Nichols, and Terri Laine, and poetry by Robert Louis Chianese.   
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Museum of Ventura County
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  October 29
    Swap Meet
  Ventura County Fairgrounds, 10 W. Harbor Blvd., Ventura CA
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Every Wednesday: Antiques, Collectibles, Tools, Clothes, Records, Books, Knick-knacks and more! Fresh Veggies at the Farmer's Market!    ($1.00
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Ventura County Fairgrounds
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    Foster Library Events at the Foster Library in Ventura
  Foster Library, 651 E Main St, Ventura CA
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Foster Library events 10/18 CAPS Make a Video Series 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Come learn the basics of how to record and edit a video from start to finish. No reservations are required for this free event. 10/21 Make.show.tell. 7-9 p.m. Local makers, builders, and craftspeople from the Ventura area will be at Foster to share their skills with you! Join us for demonstrations of techniques and displays of finished works. 10/22 Stronghold Schools 6:30 p.m. Come learn the one word that will help you confront and heal your child's home and school problems. Paul D. White, Director of the Ventura-based Stronghold School Systems, will share the foundational principles he's used for 40 years to transform the most challenging possible children. 10/25 Photos and Stories from Los Padres 5-6 p.m. Wilderness blogger David Stillman takes us into the seldom-seen areas of Los Padres National Forest. Photos, stories, and advice from this highly experienced local hiker.    
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Ventura Breeze
WEBSITE    (805) 653-0791     PROFILE     EMAIL A FRIEND
 
    Beisbol: From the Barrios to the Big Leagues
  Museum of Ventura County, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA
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Beisbol: From the Barrios to the Big Leagues tells the story of the Mexican baseball teams and leagues that were formed in the 1920s and 1930s throughout the Central Coast. Teams like the Oxnard Aces, the Santa Paula Limoneros, the Golden State Dairy Team, and the Camarillo Merchants to name a few, helped to build a community amid the segregated landscape of 1930s California. This exhibit examines the love of the game by Mexican Americans in Ventura County, and how the network of players went beyond camaraderie and leisure time to lasting friendships and success in the big leagues.   
MORE DETAILS, MAP & DIRECTIONS
Museum of Ventura County
WEBSITE    (805) 653-0323     PROFILE     EMAIL A FRIEND
 
Cruel Season: Artists Reflecting on Drought and Fire
  Museum of Ventura County, 100 East Main Street, Ventura CA
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California is facing one of the most severe droughts on record. The effects can be seen in recent wildfires and in the lengthening shores of our lakes and reservoirs. This condition is widely thought to be a result of human caused climate change. Cruel Season: Artists Reflecting on Drought and Fire is an exhibition of photography, drawing, painting, and poetry that shows how our local artists and poets responded to these disasters. Artists featured are: Susan Petty, Hiroko Yoshimoto, Richard Amend, photographers Bill Dewey, John Nichols, and Terri Laine, and poetry by Robert Louis Chianese.   
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Museum of Ventura County
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