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A Lively evening of fiddling and step dancing – Ojai Concert Series – The April Verch Band

A Lively evening of fiddling and step dancing – Ojai Concert Series – The April Verch Band

Ojai Concert Series – The April Verch Band Thu, March 27 :: 7:00 PM-9:00 PM Guests will enjoy a musical evening of energetic, virtuosic, tradition celebrating fiddling and dazzling step dancing. For more information, visit www.ojaiconcertseries.com Ojai Valley Woman’s Club 441 East Ojai Avenue Ojai, CA 93023 – 805-646-8126 ____________________________________________________ Get free Citizensjournal.us BULLETINS. Please patronize our advertisers […]

Ojai: Come enjoy the Spring Equinox Herb Walk

Ojai: Come enjoy the Spring Equinox Herb Walk

In Ojai the Spring Equinox herb walk will be on Sunday March 23 at 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM Celebrate the Spring Equinox with an Herb Walk through breathtaking Matilija Canyon, sales at the gateway to the Los Padres National Forest. Herbalist-naturalist Lanny Kaufer leads the group and demonstrates uses of wild plants. Meet at: […]

Ojai Peddlers Fair

Ojai Peddlers Fair

Saturday – March 15, buy cialis 2014 – All Day Event Come shop where local merchants get together and sell art, viagra 40mg hand-crafted items, cure jewelry, antiques and much more. Event is Saturday and Sunday, from 9am to 4pm. For information, call Pat Jones at 805.964.8915. The Fair features antiques, collectibles, crafts and clothing. […]

Public input sought for crosswalks by the City of Ojai

Public input sought for crosswalks by the City of Ojai

 P R E S S  R E L E A S E FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE…   Ojai, CA- October 23, 2013– The City of Ojai is contemplating installation of  two important crosswalks. The crosswalks are located on Aliso Street and Matilija Street. There is no crosswalk now on Aliso and the existing crosswalk at Matilija is substandard. Peak pedestrian traffic […]

Ventura’s Forgotten War Hero

Ventura’s Forgotten War Hero

By Richard Senate June 19, 2013                 He lies buried in what is today nicknamed “Dog Park” by the people of Ventura.  The cemetery, officially named Memorial Park, holds the remains of  thousands, many are war dead. Today this site is used by dog owners to let their animals run free and poop where they […]