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Oak Park Library Tech Fest 2014

 

Explore 1pm to 5pm October 11

Featured speakers:

Dr. James Lux, JPL/NASA
David Zweig, XPrize

Displays from:

Northrup-Grumman
ASME (CSUN chapter)
Robotics Clubs of Oak Park Library and OPHS
Rocket Club OPUSD
XPrize
Computer Girls Club, CSUCI
CSUN Matador Mortorsports
and more

Ojai Library - Norman Rockwell: His Life and His Art

Guest Speaker Monroe Kaplan will discuss Norman Rockwell
and the stories behind many of his works.

Mr. Kaplan has been a Rockwell collector and lecturer for many years.

Share Mr. Kaplan's passion for one of America's iconic artists:

Saturday September 27th at 2pm.

 

ReferenceUSA Online Training coming in September

 

 

ReferenceUSA Webcasts

ReferenceUSA, a valuable database for job hunters and anyone starting a new business, is offering online training in September.

These hour-long classes will help new users get started and provide a great opportunity for current users to learn some new tips, tricks and techniques. Classes are: 

  • Search Essentials
  • Discover the Hidden Job Market
  • Big Data and Mapping
 
  • Start, Manage and Grow Your Business 
  • Consumer Data
  • US Business Historical Data

Schedule for all classes here                To register click here

ArtWalk Ventura and Late Night @ Foster

ArtWalk!

A signature Ventura event - July 19 & 20.

Stop by Foster Library for a special after-hours event Saturday from 5:30 to 8pm.

Enjoy art, music, food, and a special book sale hosted by the Friends of the Library.

ArtWalk Ventura, it's a great way to spend the day and it's totally free! 

 

 

Picture This! Read with an Animal

Share Your Summer Reading Fun 

With a Furry Friend

Read with your pet, or a friends pet, and take a picture.
Bring the picture to any Ventura County Library and
we will hang it on the wall or with your permission, display
it on our website.  We want everyone to know what great
readers and animal lovers we have in Ventura County!

 

   

Parent & Child Together Workshops at Ojai Library

 

Theodora Reyes
to conduct free workshops

Ojai Library invites kids age 4 and up to create with clay, build with Legos and beat their drum.

Workshops will be in Spanish and English 
Tuesdays July 22 - August 10 - 11am.

Build your child's socio-emotional well-being and bond through the creative process.

No registration required

For more information call Ojai Library 646-1639

 

 

Prueter Library Family Ukulele Class

 

 Learn to Play the Ukulele

with local musician Alan Ferentz

Children 8 years or older are invited learn to play the ukulele in a four week series of classes beginning Saturday August 2 at 1:00pm.

A parent or caregiver must also attend and advance registration is required.  A limited number of instruments will be available.  To register call 486-5460

 

Oak View Library Exhibiting Animal Art

Animal Art at Oak View Library

Oak View Library is hosting an animal art exhibition in partnership with Oak View Park and Resource Center Art Studio.

Featured artists’ works are in a variety of mediums including acrylic, oil and chalk on canvas, gourd painting, weaving
and photography.

The exhibition runs June 23 through August 23.

 


 

Calling All Chess Players to Prueter Library

Class A chess player

 Jack Cashman

will challenge up to 20 brave competitors at Prueter Library Saturday July 12 at 2pm. 

 This FREE event is open to chess players of all ages. Boards and chess sets provided.

 To register to play call 486-5460.

Or come watch a master at work! 

 

 

Ojai Library - The Benefits of Hypnotherapy

 

Certified Master Hypnotist, Paul Garth

will lead a question and answer session

on the benefits of hypnotherapy at the

Ojai Library

July 10, 6:30 - 8:00pm 

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