Vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar and culture are part of Mango's Intuitive Language Construction.
Learning without realizing it, focusing on common words and phrases, memory building exercises and cultural insights are key components in the Mango Methodology, outlined in a four minute video that can put you on track to learn a new language. And, you'll learn about "stealth grammar"!
Also, check out this interesting article about how one's native language may or may not affect the actual way you think.
The E.P. Foster Library is now offering additional hours of service. On January 9, 2011, over 400 people visited the Library during open hours (on Sundays from 1pm – 5pm).
On Sundays, Library users will have access to all services offered at the library during the week, including public computers, access to adult, children’s and young adult collections, in addition to circulation and research services.
The E.P. Foster Library weekly schedule now includes the following hours of service:
Monday – Thursday: 10am – 8pm
Friday – Saturday: 10am – 5pm
Sunday: 1pm – 5pm
Post-Genre music has been described as quirky intellectual pop. Listen to samples at www.myspace.com/dancarrigan
Mr. Carrigan's newest CD is a compilation of 19 songs from 8 CD’s. Come join in the fun!
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!
If you have never visited Saticoy Library at 11426 Violeta Street in Ventura, consider art appreciation as another reason to make the time ...
Saticoy Library is hosting an exhibit of art works by Saticoy area resident, Ryan McCarthy.
Come visit! Saticoy Library is open 1pm to 6pm Monday through Thursdays and 10am to 2pm on Saturdays.
Photo credit: Russell Stevens
Join us for a wonderful Sunday afternoon with guitarist Barry Cooper. Mr. Cooper will play selections from the music that is coming to be known as “The Great American Song Book” at the Ojai Library on Sunday December 5 at 1pm.
Mr. Cooper is a retired professional musician who has played with Natalie Cole, Waylon Jennings, Buddy Greco and many others. He will be joined by singer Ellen Johnson whose recordings have been featured in Down Beat Magazine, Jazz Times, and many other publications.
Photo by Susan Dean
Charley is also looking forward to winter break. He wants to have an adventure, not clean his room! He dreams he learns to dance with a swan, sing with the sugar plum fairies, ride a skateboard and care about his family and friends.
Join us for this fun-filled program!