805 CALENDAR

Sign up to receive our event listings delivered to your Inbox weekly—CLICK HERE!

Top Movies: Gully  Infinite  In the Heights  Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway  The House Next Door: Meet The Blacks 2 The Misfits  Spirit Untamed The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Vivo A Quiet Place Part II Cruella Spiral: From the Book of Saw  Above Suspicion  Finding You 

Important Note: As we come out of the coronavirus pandemic, public events & gatherings are subject to changes and prerequisites. Please check directly with the organizer or venue to find out about the details.

Thu, Jun 10: Thousand Oaks Certified Farmers’ Market Enjoy a wonderful outdoor shopping experience with California farmers bringing you the freshest, vine and tree ripened fruits and vegetables. Other California agricultural items include fresh meat products, herbs, honey, eggs, whole and shelled nuts, fruit juices, jams, jellies, cut flowers, potted plants, and wine. Noon to 5:00 pm at THE OAKS SHOPPING CENTER in the EAST END PARKING LOT, Wilbur Road & Oaks Mall Drive, Thousand Oaks. Info: 805-529-6266 or click here

Thu, Jun 10: Oxnard Farmers Market Shop for locally grown farm products such as fruits, flowers, veggies, eggs, nuts and honey! Enjoy fresh-baked bread, assorted live plants and jewelry. 9 am to 2 pm at Plaza Park, 5th and C Streets, Oxnard. Call 805-247-0197 or click here

Fri, Jun 11: “Tear Down This Wall”: A Discussion Reflecting On President Reagan’s 1987 Berlin Wall Speech Join The Ronald Reagan Institute and the Hoover Institution for a virtual event celebrating President Reagan’s 1987 Berlin Wall speech, in which he famously called for Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev to “tear down this wall.” The panel conversation will reflect on the speech 34 years later and discuss its continuing relevance to the challenges we face today. The discussion will feature the author of the speech, Peter Robinson, as well as Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, former National Security Advisor, Dr. Will Inboden, Director of the Clements Center for National Security, and Jamie Fly, President and CEO of Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty. Info: click here

Sat, Jun 12: Led Zepagain When Led Zepagain performs the music of Led Zeppelin – it’s just like hearing/seeing the real thing! Doors 6pm, Opening set by Deepest Purple at 7pm, Led Zepagain at 8pm, at The Canyon, Agoura Hills. Info: click here

Sat, Jun 12: Cars and Coffee All cars and trucks are welcome. The perfect, the weird, the bit finished, the European, the American, . . the everything. 2nd Saturday of each month from 8am-10am at Westlake Autoscape, located at 2360 Townsgate Rd. Westlake Village, Ca. 91361. The location is subject to change from month to month so please check the events page for updates each 2nd Saturday.

Sat, Jun 12: Downtown Ventura Certified Farmers’ Market Enjoy a wonderful outdoor shopping experience with California farmers bringing you the freshest, vine and tree ripened fruits and vegetables. Other California agricultural items include fresh meat products, herbs, honey, eggs, whole and shelled nuts, fruit juices, jams, jellies, cut flowers and potted plants. Wonderful artisan bakery products, ethnic foods and tasty hot foods prepared onsite. Ocean fish fresh from the boat is also a real treat offered here. Open 8:30am to Noon at Santa Clara Street & Palm Street, Ventura. Info: 805-529-6266 or click here

Sat-Sun, Jun 12-13: Ventura County Potters’ Guild Open Air Pottery Market Discover the hand-made ceramics of over 25 clay artists as they showcase their work at Libbey Park in Ojai June 13 (10-6) and June 14 (10-5). Everyone is excited to be safely back outdoors selling in downtown Ojai. While at home guild artists have been busy creating one-of-a-kind pieces such as bowls, plates, platters, mugs, vases, sculptures, jewelry and more. In addition, artists will be demonstrating their fine art and craft skills. Learn many secrets of working in clay as you meet the artists and see samples of different techniques. All of the artists will have work for sale. Info: www.venturapottersguild.org

Sun, Jun 13: Santa Clarita Certified Farmers’ Market Every week over 40 California farmers bring the freshest, vine and tree ripened fruits and vegetables to you. Other California agricultural items offerings are fresh ocean fish & seafood products, herbs, honey, eggs, whole and shelled nuts, fruit juices, jams, jellies, cut flowers and potted plants. 8:30am to Noon at the COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS in PARKING LOT 5,
Valencia Boulevard & Rockwell Canyon Road, Santa Clarita. Info: 805-529-6266 or click here

Now thru Aug 23: “Art of the Sailor” Exhibition at the Channel Islands Maritime Museum (CIMM) When sailors left their homes to voyage across the sea, oftentimes they faced dangerous and extreme working conditions, horribly cramped quarters, and a journey that could stretch months to years. When stuck in these difficult and wearisome circumstances, some sailors used art to express themselves. “Art of the Sailor” will feature a unique collection of scrimshaw pieces (many of which have never been shown before at the Museum), decorative and working marine knots, unique embroidered items, and other sailor-made artifacts. Several of the items to be featured in the exhibition have never been seen outside of their privately-owned collections. Exhibition is in the Brenda and Gary Farr Gallery, open Friday-Sunday from 12 pm to 4 pm at the Channel Islands Maritime Museum (CIMM), 3900 Bluefin Circle, Oxnard CA 93035. Info:  www.cimmvc.org

Wed, Jun 16: Midtown Ventura Certified Farmers’ Market Enjoy a wonderful outdoor shopping experience with California farmers bringing you the freshest, vine and tree ripened fruits and vegetables. Other California agricultural items include herbs, honey, eggs, cut flowers and potted plants. Wonderful artisan bakery products, ethnic foods and tasty hot foods prepared onsite are also available. 9 am to 1 pm at Pacific View Mall in the west parking lot, near Red Robin and Sears, 3301 N. Main Street, Ventura. Info: 805-529-6266 or click here

Thu, Jun 17: Oxnard Farmers Market Shop for locally grown farm products such as fruits, flowers, veggies, eggs, nuts and honey! Enjoy fresh-baked bread, assorted live plants and jewelry. 9 am to 2 pm at Plaza Park, 5th and C Streets, Oxnard. Call 805-247-0197 or click here

Thu, Jun 17: Thousand Oaks Certified Farmers’ Market Enjoy a wonderful outdoor shopping experience with California farmers bringing you the freshest, vine and tree ripened fruits and vegetables. Other California agricultural items include fresh meat products, herbs, honey, eggs, whole and shelled nuts, fruit juices, jams, jellies, cut flowers, potted plants, and wine. Noon TO 5:00pm at THE OAKS SHOPPING CENTER in the EAST END PARKING LOT, Wilbur Road & Oaks Mall Drive, Thousand Oaks. Info: 805-529-6266 or click here

Sun, Jun 20: Father’s Day Celebration at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Museum Enjoy a delicious barbeque buffet of tri-tip, marinated chicken breast, garlic mashed potatoes, barbeque beans, coleslaw, and homemade cheddar corn muffins.  Finish your lunch with our delicious chocolate fudge brownies. This all-inclusive offer is only $63.75 for adults, $39.00 for children ages 3-10, and ages 2 and under are free (tax and gratuity included).  Reservations are being taken for seating times of 12:00 p.m. (two-hour limit) and 3:00 p.m. (two-hour limit).  Reservations are limited and must be made by Tuesday, June 15 at 8:00 a.m.  Casual attire is suggested. Info: 805-577-4057 or click here

Jul 2 - Jan 9: FBI: From Al Capone to Al Qaeda Make plans to visit this brand-new 11,000 square foot exhibition which covers the history of the storied agency from its inception to its modern day efforts to fight domestic terrorism in the United States. This is the first time that many of these remarkable, historic artifacts and criminal evidence have been on public display together. Opens Jul 2, 2021 and runs through Jan 9, 2022 at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. Info/tix: click here

Summer Day Camp Registration Underway At Southeast Ventura County YMCA Branches Westlake Village, Calif.—The three branches of the Southeast Ventura County YMCA are taking early registrations for their summer day camps. Camps are from June 14 through August 13 at the Conejo Valley YMCA and Yarrow Family YMCA and from June 7 through August 6 at the Simi Valley Family YMCA. Info: www.sevymca.org/camp

Mon, Aug 9: Yarrow Family YMCA Golf Classic - The day’s events begin at 9:00 a.m. with breakfast. A putting contest is at 10 a.m. and the shotgun tournament is at 11:00 a.m. The day concludes with a dinner and silent auction. This event will be held at the North Ranch Country Club in Westlake Village. Money raised through tournament sponsorships enables the Y to provide financial assistance to community members, assuring that regardless of circumstances all have the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive at the Y. Some of the funds will also help support Find My Genius, a free, six-week summer program for low and moderate-income students who are not reading at grade level. Info: www.sevymca.org/yarrowgolf

Island Packers Winter Whale Watch We've now re-opened! A winter Whale Watch is a perfect way to gather with family and friends to view Pacific Gray whales migrating through the Santa Barbara Channel from their feeding grounds in Alaska to their breeding grounds in Baja. Pacific Gray Whales are normally sighted in the National Marine Sanctuary near Anacapa and Santa Cruz Island that began in late December and extends through April 14. This mammoth migration of over 20,000 whales and 6,000 miles twice a year remains a major attraction in Southern California. Sightings of the southern migration began in December for Pacific Gray Whales, and we also saw Humpback Whales, Fin whales, and occasionally Orcas. Common Dolphin are enjoyed year-round, delighting passengers as they frolic with the boat, and ride the bow and stern waves. For our most recent sightings and excursion details, visit: www.islandpackers.com

Camarillo Rotary Grants Available! The Rotary Club of Camarillo seeks to improve the quality of life of people in the greater Camarillo area and the global community. The club raises funds through annual events like the Care for Kids Golf Classic, poinsettia sales and the Viva la Comida Community Dinner. Unfortunately, the dinner will not occur this year due to the Covid pandemic. A substantial portion of the funds raised go to support Casa Pacifica. Other funds are given as scholarships and grants to a variety of charities, humanitarian projects and causes. Typical grants are for a specific purpose where $1,000 to $3,000 can make a difference. Grant applications are due by April 30. The Camarillo Rotary Club continues to meet through the Covid pandemic on Zoom with speakers on a variety of economic and humanitarian topics. Grant application forms and information about joining Rotary can be found at: www.camarillorotary.org

New and Exciting Robotics Online STEM Curriculum using Virtual Content including the same Robotic Materials (Kits & Parts) used in Public, Private, Faith-Based, Charter & Home School Programs Nationwide. All Robotic Materials for ALL Families with Boys & Girls in Grades K-6 who sign up for our 1-2 Hour Weekly Programs for a 6-10 Week Timeframe will receive Robotic Materials with a unique Curriculum that changes Weekly. We have 25-Years Experience with Schools, Recreation & Park Districts, Boys & Girls Clubs, Groups, Clubs & Organizations Worldwide with References available on Request. CALL/TEXT 805-660-1809 or E-MAIL[email protected]

STEM Club For Middle Schoolers presented by Southeast Ventura County YMCA and Columbia Memorial Space Center. New advanced STEM program for local middle schoolers! YMCA STEM Club is divided into three units----Aerospace (October 19 through December 18), Solar Chemistry (January 18 through March 26) and 3D Printing and Robotics (April 12 through June 18). Club members meet Monday through Thursday from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. (virtually and when approved, in person). The club curriculum includes rocketry and exploring space. Participants will build with club-provided LEGO Mindstorms education kits and create objects with 3D printers. The fee is $49 per unit and includes club materials. The units do not build upon each so parents can register their kids for all three units or a specific unit. Info: click here

Robotic Kits & Parts available for Sale or Rent/Lease to Schools, Families or Organizations with a suggested use for Boys & Girls in Grades K-6 – CALL/TEXT 805-660-1809  or  E-MAIL[email protected]

Island Packer Cruises Excursions with regular trips for day visitors and campers to the Channel Islands National Park.  The boat departs from Ventura Harbor Village off of California Highway 101. Info:  click here  A variety of trips through the summer.  Special trips include a visit to the Painted Cave, one of the largest known sea caves in the world as well as multi-island day trips and inter-island camper shuttles to expose visitors to the great diversity of the Channel Islands.  Spring time is the best time of year to view wildflowers on all of the islands.  For camping rates, regular schedules, rates and special trips visit: www.islandpackers.com

The Ultimate Escape Rooms are a fun, physical, adventurous way to challenge your mind. Each room has a different theme. There are up to ten people in each room depending on which room you book; when the door locks you have 60 minutes to solve a series of puzzles using the elements of the room. Can U Escape? Reservations recommended; gift certificates available. Sun-Thur 11am-9:45pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10pm Ventura Harbor Village, 1591 Spinnaker Drive #117 C, in Ventura. Info:​​ 805-256-6600 or click here

Ongoing, Saturdays: The Camarillo Hospice Certified Farmers Market 8am until noon in the parking lot of the County of Ventura Senior Nutrition Center, at 2220 Ventura Blvd., on the south side of the Boulevard, between Elm Drive and Fir Street. Info: 389-6870 or visit the site .

Do you have an event you'd like to add to our site & list? Email your event details to: [email protected]

805CALENDAR.com is made possible by contributions from our fine sponsors. Please consider giving them your support when making your buying decisions, and please tell them you saw their ad here!

America's Teaching Zoo at Moorpark College

Aquarium of the Pacific

Celsius - Financial Platform

Dr. David Canale Family Dentistry

The Fine Print Shop - Printing

The Game Exchange - Video Gaming Store

GoToTrafficSchool.com - Traffic School

Harlem Globetrotters - Basketball Entertainers

HP Instant Ink

Karee Moore - Psychic Medium

Lyft - Ride Service

Mandarin Lotus - Chinese Restaurant

NameCheap - Domain Names & Hosting

RBIT Solutions - Computer Support

Reagan Library & Museum

Riggs The Barber - Barber Rigo Ayala

Strawberry Festival

Tax Accounting - Tax Returns by an EA

The Ultimate Escape Rooms

Ventura County Fair & Fairgrounds

Become a sponsor! Email [email protected] to to learn about adding your business to this list.

 

Earn the interest you DESERVE with CELSIUS

EGYPT'S LOST CITIES Exhibition at the Reagan Library

Riggs The Barber

Dr. David Canale Family Dentistry

Branly's Painting

Mandarin Lotus Chinese Fusion Cuisine

Find out whether or not your site is compliant with web accessibility legislation for free!

The Ultimate Escape Rooms -- Ventura Harbor Village

Disney+ Free Trial

The Fine Print Shop

HP Instant Ink One Month Free!

RBIT Solutions - Call us for computer help!

Ventura County Fairgrounds - Private Event Facilities

Earn the interest you DESERVE with CELSIUS

EGYPT'S LOST CITIES Exhibition at the Reagan Library

Riggs The Barber

Dr. David Canale Family Dentistry

Branly's Painting

Email [email protected] to advertise here!