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Universalist Unitarian Church of Santa Paula Twilight Gathering

Universalist Unitarian Church of Santa Paula Twilight Gathering

Gathering continues in this time of pandemic on Zoom and exported live to the congregation’s Facebook page which is www.facebook.com/uucsp. Maddie Sifantus announces the monthly Gathering with Sound, Silence and Word broadcast from the Universalist Unitarian Church of Santa Paula on Tuesday, March 9 at 7:00 PM. No in person attendance. Gathering is a reflective […]

Tickets are going fast for our next Drive-In show, and don’t miss The Mountaintop!

Tickets are going fast for our next Drive-In show, and don’t miss The Mountaintop!

  COMING SOON: The Mountaintop ON SALE NOW: Our next Drive-In show The Mountaintop STREAMING LIVE STARTING MARCH 12 The Mountaintop is a two-person drama about the last day of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The entire play is set in the Lorraine hotel room, the evening before his assassination. King is alone, […]

Requiem for a Recall

Requiem for a Recall

    By Richard Eber Last week the ultra liberal blog Politico quoted Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.) “It’s not Gavin who’s on the ballot — it’s California.”   They went on to say “.” That’s one reason why leading Democrats say that the party should put all hands on deck, now, to stand by him. “ As it turns out […]

25th Annual Park Day: Coming to a Historic Site Near You!

25th Annual Park Day: Coming to a Historic Site Near You!

  American Battlefield Trust’s nationwide volunteer day will tackle improvement projects coast to coast, keeping safety concerns top of mind on April 10 (Washington, D.C.) — Sponsored by the American Battlefield Trust, the nation’s premier battlefield preservation organization, Park Day is a nationwide effort that welcomes volunteers of all ages to get outdoors and give back to their communities by helping to keep our nation’s heritage not only preserved, but […]

Buckle Up For A New Season!

Buckle Up For A New Season!

BUCKLE UP FOR A NEW SEASON! We’re BACK!!   Saturday, April 17th Buy Car Pass Now Saturday, April 3rd Buy Car Pass Now Another Signature Event by: We are monitoring County Social Distancing Guidelines and will follow them as closely as possible. CBF Productions Our mailing address is: PO Box 5131 Ventura CA 93005   […]

SB-9 A Bad Housing Choice for California

SB-9 A Bad Housing Choice for California

    By Richard Eber In all of my years spent in baseball I can never recall a team sacrifice bunting a runner from first to second when trailing by five runs in the last inning.  There is a good reason for this.  Such strategy will never work because it is a rally killer by […]

Hillcrest Players Auditions for Zoomapalooza!

Hillcrest Players Auditions for Zoomapalooza!

    YAE’s Hillcrest Players Announce Zoom AUDITIONS For: Young Artists Ensemble’s Hillcrest Players presents Zoom auditions for ZOOMAPALOOZA A witty, silly collection of one-acts for and about life on Zoom! Saturday, March 13, 2021 Between 10am – 2pm 30-minute slots for up to 6 actors Written and Directed by Victoria Sayeg-Carr & Mitchell Boring Click here to […]

Conejo Players Theatre Presents What’s Love Got to Do With It – Drive-in

Conejo Players Theatre Presents What’s Love Got to Do With It – Drive-in

    What’s Love Got to Do with It – Drive-in (A Musical Exploration of Relationships) Join the Conejo Players and an all-star lineup of singers and dancers for What’s Love Got to Do with It Drive-in Theatre, opening March 26th. There will be four performances March 26 – 28, Friday and Saturday at 7 […]

Not Free Enough to Choose

Not Free Enough to Choose

    by Joel Schlosberg Paul Krugman believes he’s discovered a flaw in the work of a fellow Nobel laureate economist. The late Milton Friedman, Krugman writes, was under the mistaken impression “that more choice is always a good thing” due to taking for granted that “people have more or less unlimited capacity to do […]

Spring Classes From the Hillcrest Center for the Arts!

Spring Classes From the Hillcrest Center for the Arts!

  Spring CRPD Cultural Class In-District Registrations Open Monday 3/8 Out-of-District Registration Begins at 9am on Monday, March 15, 2021 In-person classes held at Hillcrest Center for the Arts (map) or at Conejo Community Park (map). Please note: all classes are subject to change; current information will be regularly updated on our website HillcrestArts.com Visit HillcrestArts to register! IN PERSON CLASSES ACTING […]

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