Ventura County Calendar of Events

Event Date 10-09-2015
Event End Date 10-11-2015
Location - Ventura
The premier Scottish Event on the Central California Coast
Event Date 10-24-2015
Event End Date 10-24-2015
Location Surfers Point Park
Cruise along the shoreline and through downtown. Whether you run a half marathon, 5k or 10k; the fast and flat running courses start & finish at a lively event hub with views of the Ventura Pier and iconic Surfers Point. Celebrate your success with a Sierra Nevada beer toast and a delicious brunch. Runners searching for a personal record or excellent social scene will love this running race. Race Capacity: 2,000 runners
Event Date 10-30-2015
Event End Date 10-30-2015
Location Bard Mansion
Only 100 tickets are being sold to this exclusive Halloween fundraiser event! All ticket sales are tax deductible. All proceeds go to the Herman Bennett Foundation to support our spay & neuter programs serving Ventura County. Call (805) 445-7171 to purchase before they sell out. - Enjoy a formal sit down dinner with dessert & wine in the mansion's ballroom. - Explore rarely seen parts of the historic Bard Mansion during your self-guided ghost tour covering 4 floors and a courtyard (complete w/ ghost hunting kit). - Be amazed by the magic of featured Magic Castle magician Ron Saylor in a live 1 hour stage show. - Great raffle prizes to win also. This will be an exclusive evening that you will not forget! Adults 21 and over only. Dress code enforced.
Event Date 05-15-2017
Event End Date 05-15-2017
Location Channel Islands National Park
Channel Islands National Park welcomes Corinne Heyning Laverty for a special lecture in May about the history of the Channel Islands Biological Survey. Noteworthy discoveries of the survey nclude the "Lone Woman's" whalebone hut on San Nicolas Island and Big og Cave on San Clemente Island.rnrnrn rnrnrnLaverty will describe the research expeditions to the eight California Channel Islands that were led by the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County from 1939 to1941. Museum scientists made 13 trips tornconduct biological, geological, archeological, paleontological, and historical research.rnrnrn rnrnrnThe planned five-year survey began in February 1939 but was cut short by the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Survey scientists were stranded on Santa Rosa Island after the bombing, ending thernsurvey.rnrnrn rnrnrnLaverty, a researcher and writer based in Manhattan Beach, has been an editor and senior writer for Agaltia's news publication and a staff writer for the Easy Reader newspaper. She is published in the LosrnAngeles Times, Wall Street Journal, and Malibu Times newspapers; Eco Traveler, Whale Watcher, and Terra magazines; and numerous other publications.


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