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Dave Winstone's Rhythms of the World at Ojai Library

Dave Winstone, Rhythyms of the World

David Rasch will read from his new book ‘Short Hot Flashes’

Short Hot Flashes - an illustrated collection of one hundred and one 101-word stories
Click here for more info

Author David Rasch reads from his new book

First Saturday Talk with Ian James, June 6th, 2 PM

Ians First Saturday Talk
June 6th at 2 pm, Read more about this months engaging topic by clicking here.

Film Screening and Discussion at Ojai Library

Her passport said she was Cha Jung Hee.  She knew she was not.
Film Screening, In the Matter of CHa Jung Hee
   

Return Engagement of the Polar Bears of Churchill

Author Reading at Ojai Library

 

Fairytale Fun

Would you like to see a thrilling rendition of Where The Wild Things Are?
Bring the kids next Tuesday evening. 

 

Can We Pray For Rain?


In this ‘First Saturday Talk’ Ian James will examine the efficacy or paucity of putting our hands together in the ritual of petitioning prayer
.

How effective is prayer?  Do we pray in solitude or in community? We may have had a hand in creating this crippling drought.  Can we put our hands together in prayer to help alleviate it?

Let's discuss this fascinating topic
Saturday May 2, 
2pm at the Ojai Library.

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Marie Bean at the Ojai Library

Would you like to improve your health?

Do it the "Lazy" way with the help of Australian author Marie Bean and her two successful books, 
Lazy Runner and Lazy Loser.

With good humor Marie Bean busts all the common myths about diet, exercise and fitness. Learn how to incorporate good eating and exercise into your daily routine without the stress of dieting.

Friday May 1, 3pm
Ojai Library

  Picture of Marie Bean

Polar Bears of Churchill with Prof. Tommy Dickey, UCSB

 

Churchill, a town in Manitoba, Canada on the Hudson Bay,
is host to a large seasonal polar bear population making it the
"Polar Bear Capital of the World".

Professor Dickey will share pictures and videos of these
marvelous animals as well as information about their
behavior, habitat and the threat they face from climate change.

Saturday, March 21 at 2pm, Ojai Library

 

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