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On Sunday, September 11, 2011, the public is invited to pay their respects in remembrance of the firefighters, peace officers, military personnel and civilians who perished in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
The 10th Anniversary Memorial Ceremony is being presented by the Ventura County Emergency Planning Council at the Ventura County Government Center.
The ceremony will include the traditional Bell Ceremony, a flag ceremony, a helicopter flyover, bagpipes and other musical tributes.
The ceremony will be held from 11am to 12 noon on the lawn between the Law Enforcement, Firefighter's and Veteran's memorial. Free parking.
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Thank you for your patience during our systems and computer services delivery upgrade.
Our catalog, public internet labs, wireless and self-checks are all back up and operational.
The eLibrary page resources are now also available!
Ventura County Library will be conducting a computer systems upgrade that will impact all online access and computer use at the Ventura County Libraries.
Starting early June 21 through June 22, 2011, all online services will be unavailable. This includes the online catalog, express checkouts, wireless and database access. All public internet labs will be closed.
While online services will be interrupted, Ventura County Libraries will remain open and library staff will be available to assist during the downtime.
Ventura County Library has completed the move of their systemwide network and related hardware.
Our public computer labs, wireless access and in-library catalogs are all back up and running.
From all of us: THANK YOU for your patience!
This year's Women's History Month theme recognizes women's tenacity, courage, and creativity throughout the centuries. Explore the history of generations of women whose commitment to nature and humanity have proved invaluable to society.
Gale PowerSearch on our eLibrary page is a great place to start along with Biography In Context, the U.S. & World History In Context and World Book.
Our photo is of Aviator Amelia Earhart.
Ventura County Library will be conducting the final phase of the systemwide computer hardware move that impacts computer use at the Ventura County Libraries. The move is a result of the Library's consolidation of Administration, Support and Children's Services offices to one location.
Beginning Thursday, February 24, 2011 and continuing through Thursday, March 3, 2011, online capable computers including public internet, wireless and the in-library catalog will not be available for public use.
Home access to the Ventura County Library website, www.vencolibrary.org will not be affected.
Library staff will be available to assist in finding items during the transition. All Ventura County Library locations are impacted. We thank you for your patience!
Ventura County Library computer labs will re-open Tuesday, 28 December!
Home access to the Ventura County Library website, www.vencolibrary.org has not been affected.
The libraries impacted by this are: Avenue, Fillmore, E.P. Foster, Meiners Oaks, Oak Park, Oak View, Ojai, Piru, Ray D. Prueter, Saticoy, Simi Valley and Soliz-El Rio.
Thank you for your patience!
As was decided at the 13 October 2010 Camarillo City Council meeting, Camarillo Library will be withdrawing from Ventura County Library and transitioning to a Municipal City Library run by a subcontractor, Library Systems & Services LLC (LSSI). The date for LSSI to take over library operations is 1 January 2011.
For patrons with Camarillo as their home library: to keep your Ventura County Library services smooth during this transition, the first step is to change your home location to another Ventura County Library location before 15 December 2010.
Up through 15 December 2010, you may make this change at Camarillo Library or any other Ventura County Library location (excluding the Museum of Ventura County's Research Library). If you are not able to make the change during this time, on 1 January 2011, your account will be assigned to another library in our system.
Please watch this webpage for further developments. We have enjoyed a long relationship with the City and community of Camarillo and want to make this transition as smooth as possible for our patrons!