- The Polecat Ramblers, David Roine (fiddle, guitar, mandolin and accordion) and Christian Gallo (guitar and five- and six-string banjos) play traditional old-timey acoustic fiddle tunes and string band music
- Join us for an hour of music from our nation’s history
Participate in Ojai Library's first Human Library presentation by signing up to "check out" a Human Book. Share the authors experiences during this unique event. Call 646-1639 for reservations and information.
- The Human Library works exactly like a normal library. There is only one difference: the ‘books’ in the Human Library are human beings, and the ‘books’ and readers are entering into a personal dialogue.
- The 'reader' can be anybody who is ready to learn about another person’s experiences.
- Ojai Human Library Catalog
- 070.92 - Mr. Underground
- 211.8 - Living without God - This book can be opened at any chapter
- 362.41 - Traveling with a seeing-eye cat
- 616.001 - Holistic Healing Practitioner, Educator and Artist
- 628.925 - Rescue Supervisor and Firefighter 1957-1978
- 641.853 - How to make Chocolate Candy
- 910.924 - The Globe-Trotter: from American girl to world citizen
- 914.82 - Living in Other Cultures – learning that different is not wrong
- 974.72 - Growing up Above the Bakery in Brooklyn – 1940’s
- More information
Recorded Books is offering an online webinar
- Learn about how to download audiobooks
- Learn how to create an account, install the OneClickdigital Media Manager, search for content, manage checkouts, download and transfer audiobooks
- Register here!
Robbie Sheppard began singing at Ojai Valley School in the 1950's. In the 80's she became a songwriter when she started her family, and discovered her husband's abandoned guitar under the bed. She has lately developed a fuller sound with the addition of John Wilson and his bass. Robbie says “I like to share some of my own songs but we have a large repertoire of folk music and love to lead sing-along songs if the audience is so inclined.” Robbie performed at the Ojai Day of Music