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Wednesday, November 01, 2006
    1:00-3:00p.m.    (Kids Safety Seminar)
Ongoing Event, Ends 11/18/2006

Location: Newbury Park
The American Academy of Self Defense will present a Kids Safe Seminar on Saturday November 18th form 1:00-3:00p.m.

The community is invited to the Free event, at the American Academy of Self Defense, 3345 Kimber Drive, Newbury Park
It will include information on how to protect you in a fire, flood, or earthquake, how to be internet- safe and how to be safe in the outside world. Healthcare workers, police, fire and safety professionals will discuss how to keep children safe and street smart. They will go over what to expect in an emergency and what steps to take to get out of danger. Street smart tips include helping kids memorize their addresses and phone numbers and teaching them to never talk to strangers or accept food or rides from strangers. Other topics will include gun safety and first aid. The event will include drinks, appetizers and giveaways.

For information about the program or for reservations, call 805-499-1799

Sunday, November 05, 2006
  Boarding House Mentors to Hold Fundraiser   6:00 PM    (Arts and Entertainment)
Location: Agoura Canyon Club
Boarding House Mentors (BHM), the nonprofit organization that brings the "stoke" of surfing and snowboarding to inner city kids, is holding a musical fundraiser and silent auction on November 5th at the Canyon Club in Agoura. Entertainment will include Hal Sparks (of Celebrity Duet and Queer as Folk fame), Triple Scoop (members of Metal Skool), Daize Shayne (former World Longboard Champion and musician), Todd Hannigan (Ventura resident, surfer/musician who wrote and performed title track on Jack Johnson's latest album), Gary Ballen (producer/musician) and Ian Field.

Having concluded its 4th summer surf season at Will Rogers State Beach in Pacific Palisades, Boarding House Mentors is gearing up for its winter snowboard program. More than teaching kids about board sports, Boarding House Mentors unique community environment allows for participant youth to make new friends, encourage each other and learn a new challenging sport that provides a new and unique experience and a positive alternative to the endemic problems facing inner city youth such as gangs, drugs and violence. "

Tickets can be purchased through the Canyon Club www.canyonclub.net, through the Ticketmaster and at the door. The event starts at 6pm.

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  YMCA Pancake Breakfast  7:00am-12:00pm    (Community)
Location: Camarillo Community Center
YMCA Adventure Guide Pancake Breakfast and Auction
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  Come and see Microsoft's newest operating system - Vista  8:30 a.m    (Educational)
Ongoing Event, Ends 11/17/2006

Location: Boys and Girls Club of Camarillo
Come and see Microsoft's newest operating system - Vista. The three-hour Channel Islands PC User Group general computer club meeting is held on Saturday,November 18, 2006, at 8:30 a.m. and the meeting is open to the public and is free. A copy of the club's monthly 20-page newsletter is available for all guests. The meeting
location is at the Boys and Girls Club of Camarillo, 1500 Temple Avenue, at the southeastern corner of Ponderosa Drive and Temple Avenue, in Camarillo. Please visit our website www.cipcug.org.
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Saturday, November 11, 2006
  22nd Annual Field Show Competition  11:00a.m. - 9:00 p.m.    (Arts and Entertainment)
Location: Oxnard High School on Gonzales
Oxnard High School will host their 22nd Annual Field Show Competition
of November 11th, 2006 from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
tickets: Adults $6.00
$3.00 for Seniors, Students with ID and children under 11

High school bands from Southern California and our own tricounties will perform. Come and enjoy all the colors, pageantry, and music! Free parking, music, fun, souvenirs and food. The Oxnard High School Yellowjacket Marching Band and Auxiliary will perform at the end of the show before the awards ceremony. Come and support your local bands!
  El Concilio Citizenship Fair  8:30AM - 6 PM    (Festivals)
Location: Moorpark City Hall
El Concilio is sponsoring a Citizenship Fair in the City Of Moorpark on Saturday November 11, 2006! The details of the Citizenship Fair are as follows:

Event: El Concilio Citizenship Fair

Date: Saturday, November 11, 2006

Time: 8:30AM - 6 PM

Location: Moorpark City Hall
799 Moorpark Ave

Wednesday, November 15, 2006
  OXNARD'S WINTER FANTASY 2006!      (Holiday Events)
Ongoing Event, Ends 12/26/2006

Location: Oxnard
Join us for a whole month of Holiday fun starting on Friday, December 1st! Oxnard's Winter fantasy is full of great events for Oxnard including: The 56th Annual Tree Lighting, Winter Fantasy Music & Light Show, Oxnard's Winter Fantasy Christmas Parade & Christmas Tree lane!
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Friday, November 17, 2006
  Poinsettia Pavilion  10:00 am to noon    (Agriculture)
Farm Bureau and California Women of Ag are sponsoring a food safety seminar on timely food safety subjects such as the recent e.coli outbreak, how food safety relates to agriculture, and what we can do to protect the food supply.
  Santa Land Diaries  8pm    (Arts and Entertainment)
Ongoing Event, Ends 12/23/2006

Location: Repertory East Playhouse
The Repertory East Playhouse presents Santaland Diaries & Season’s Greetings Sponsored by Wells Fargo Home Mortgage The Santaland Diaries is a brilliant evocation of what a slacker's Christmas must feel like.

Performances will run Fridays, Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm beginning November 17th through December 23rd. Tickets are $14 for Students and Seniors and $16 for Adults. Call 661-288-0000 or visit www.repeastplayhouse.org for information and to make reservations. The Repertory East Playhouse is located at 24266 San Fernando Road in Old Town Newhall

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Saturday, November 18, 2006
  COMMUNITY SOCIAL      (Community)
Location: Rotary Club of Ventura
COMMUNITY SOCIAL Saturday, Nov. 18. The Rotary Club of Ventura and the Ventura Avenue Adult Center invite all Ventura area residents to bring their entire families for a wonderful get together with delicious food, music and dancing. In addition to the all-you-can-eat breakfast, prepared by the Rotary Club of Ventura, the event features free blood pressure checks, a representative from the District Attorney's Office with information on Identity Theft and Scams, a rummage sale, live music and the Center's first-ever cribbage tournament. Breakfast $2 adult, $1 seniors 60 and over, no one refused due to lack of money. Ventura Avenue Adult Center, 550 N. Ventura Ave., Ventura. 648-3035.
  10th ANNUAL OJAI HOLIDAY HOME LOOK  10am-4pm    (Holiday Events)
Ongoing Event, Ends 11/19/2006

10th ANNUAL OJAI HOLIDAY HOME LOOK IN Nov. 18-19. Come celebrate the seasons with four distinctive Ojai Valley homes open to visitors 10am-4pm. Holiday entertainment also provided at the homes throughout the day. $25-30. Proceeds support the Ojai Music Festival. www.ojaifestival.org. 646-2094, ext. 104.
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Monday, November 20, 2006
  Blood Drive  9:00 - 1:00    (Community)
Location: Thousand Oaks Police Station
Give the Gift of Life!! Donate blood at the Thousand Oaks Police Station on Olsen Road. Please call 800-715-3699 for an appointment!!

Tuesday, November 28, 2006
  Holiday Gift Drive to Benefit Many Mansions      (Charity)
Ongoing Event, Ends 12/25/2006

Join the Holiday Gift Drive to Benefit Many Mansions! Many Mansions, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is one of the leading providers of affordable housing in Ventura County, offering limited-income households well-managed housing and life enriching services. Many Mansions manages nine apartment communities and provides housing for more than 1300 residents. Through the development of the Adult Services and Children Services Programs, Many Mansions has made a commitment to eradicate the cycle of chronic homelessness.
Find a drive near you at www.manymansions.org

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