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July 1, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM @ Oxnard Family Circle
Garden of Memories Café is a casual monthly gathering intended for people with mild to mid stages of memory loss and their caregivers, friends and family members to socialize, participate in
activities and access resources.
Please join us for sing-along songs, snippets of history, humor and memory enhancement games.
Light lunch and refreshments areprovided free of charge.
RSVP: Call Maria at 805 385-4180 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
July 3, 10:30 AM @ Ray D. Prueter Library
Join us for books and songs in Spanish and English. All ages, kids, teens, families.
July 3, 3:00 PM @ Ray D. Prueter Library
July 3, 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ City Hall Council Chambers
July 4, 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM @ City Hall
July 5, All Day @ Ray D. Prueter Library
You are invited to battle it out in Super Smash Bros and MarioKart for the Wii or learn a new table top game like Sushi Go Party. Will you get the high score?
July 5, 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM @ City Hall Council Chambers
July 6, 2:00 PM @ Ray D. Prueter Library
Ground-level chairs (low seats or beach chairs that sit close to the ground) are allowed.
July 10, 10:30 AM @ Ray D. Prueter Library
July 10, 3:00 PM @ Ray D. Prueter Library
July 11, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Ray D. Prueter Library
Join us at the library for 3D printing, stop motion animation, Keva Planks and changing weekly special STEAM activities.
July 12, All Day @ Ray D. Prueter Library
July 12, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Ray D. Prueter Library
Description: Practice your reading and make a new furry friend! Space is limited. Call or stop by the library to sign up.
July 13, 2:00 PM @ Ray D. Prueter Library
July 14, 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM @ City Hall
July 15, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM @ Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum
Dante Honorico will sharing the history of Filipinos in Ventura County. Presently more than 25,000 Filipinos call Ventura County “home,” but did you know that (circa 1920) Filipino immigrants first worked and lived as farm laborers for ranches near Camarillo?
Today, 26 local Filipino organizations (operating under the umbrella of the Filipino American Council) celebrate Filipino history, community, and culture at various county events.
Dante Honorico was born and raised in the Philippines and immigrated to the United States with his family in 1975.
He joined the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department in 1976, where he rose to the rank of Chief Deputy Sheriff. He retired in February 2007 after more than 30 years of service.
With a bachelor’s degree in Commerce (Lyceum of the Philippines, Manila) and Master’s degrees in both Public Administration and Business (California Lutheran University), Honorico serves as Adjunct Professor at CLU.
July 17, 10:30 AM @ Ray D. Prueter Library
July 17, 3:00 PM @ Ray D. Prueter Library
July 17, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ City Hall Council Chambers
July 18, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Ray D. Prueter Library
July 18, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM @ Ray D. Prueter Library
Join us at the library for a special Book Club that focuses on books and activities to promote awareness and respect for our diverse Port Hueneme community. All are welcome.
July 19, All Day @ Ray D. Prueter Library
July 20, 2:00 PM @ Ray D. Prueter Library
July 24, All Day @ Ray D. Prueter Library
July 24, 3:00 PM @ Ray D. Prueter Library
July 25, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Ray D. Prueter Library
July 26, All Day @ Ray D. Prueter Library
July 27, 2:00 PM @ Ray D. Prueter Library
July 28, 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM @ City Hall
July 29, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM @ Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum
The Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum Distinguished Speaker Series Eileen Tracy will be sharing the lives of Judge J. Y. Saviers and his wife Martha.
If you ever wondered how Saviers Road got its name, you might have assumed that the early pioneers were reverent, religious folk. Even today, many Ventura County residents are unaware that the street is named after one of Hueneme and Oxnard’s earliest settlers, an industrious, pacesetting Ohio man—James Young Saviers (1824 – 1904), commonly known as “JY.”
JY came to La Colonia (as the land east of the Santa Clara River was known circa 1869) and purchased ranch land from Thomas Bard. Throughout his 81 years, Jim wore many hats: blacksmith/soldier, wagon-maker, wagon train captain, “49er”, soldier and explorer, stage coach driver, grist mill operator, church elder, farmer, precinct officer, justice of the peace and winner of the “biggest liar” contest—an award he actually didn’t really deserve.
July 31, 10:30 AM @ Ray D. Prueter Library
July 31, 3:00 PM @ Ray D. Prueter Library