Ojai Valley Scribe's blog
A Mother's Journey to Promote Interfaith Dialogue
Don't miss this exciting opportunity to hear author Soraya Deen discuss:
The story of Brandon Reese,
a Ventura High School student with a secret life.
Geek by day, bird by night, Brandon risks his life
for the girl he loves.
Tim Pompey is a news writer and poet. He was awarded the Still Waters Press Winter Poetry Award 2000 for his chapbook,
Getting Through the Fog.
Do you want to obtain a higher standard of health and well-being?
Did you know that all living things have a frequency?
The Mystic on the Mountain will demonstrate how with
natural, fresh, ingredients you can raise the frequency
of your body and be healthier and happier.
Learn how to make Quinoa Medley while enjoying
a discussion on Karma-less food.
Become a Road Scholar with Jill Swaim
Elderhostel-Road Scholar is a learning, travel adventure organization created to inspire adults to explore their world.
The Road Scholar learning adventures engage expert instructors, provide extraordinary access, and stimulate
discourse and friendship among people for whom learning is the adventure of a lifetime.
Jill Swaim, Road Scholar Ambassador, will discuss the history, name change, and purpose of this not-for-profit organization and share stories of Road Scholar adventures.
Saturday May 25, 1pm
Taro Wayama, in his third appearance at the Ojai Library, will be joined by Thomas Foster and Sara Mori. Wayama and Foster comprise the classical guitar ensemble Duo Ex Ovo. They will be playing selections from their latest recording Transatlantique. Accompaning them will be percussionist Mori.
Come early for best seating.
Enjoy frame drums, native flutes and didgeridu.
Brought to you by Ojai Academy for the Arts
Saturday May 25, 11am
All ages welcome.
Charles Freericks will read from his hysterical book:
My Imaginary Friend Was Too Cool To Hang Out With Me
Mr. Freericks has enjoyed a successful career in television as an executive and executive producer. As a young boy he wasn't always popular. The journey from "loserdom" to popularity takes many an amusing turn in his collection of true stories about growing up in New Jersey.
For more information call the Ojai Library, 646-1639