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The museum founded in 1966 exhibits Ojai Valley and early Chumash Indian and pioneer settlers and a natural history collection featuring animals indigenous to the area.
Every Sunday behind the arcade you can find locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables harvested daily, jams, honey, bees wax candles, crusty European style breads, fresh locally...
Paintings, statues, Indian artifacts, military, wooden bells, Chumash baskets, Juan Camarillo II artifacts and more.
The Ventura County Museum of History and Art preserves artifacts related to the history of the county and its residents.
The freshest fruit, vegetables, free range ranch eggs, nuts, honey, potted plants and fresh cut flowers all at the peak of season year Saturdays year round.
The freshest fruit, vegetables, free range ranch eggs, nuts, honey, potted plants and fresh cut flowers all at the peak of season year round Wednesdays.
On our Main Stage, Santa Paula Theater Center, strives to provide something for everyone’s taste while continually challenge our audiences to expand their theatrical boundaries....
Collections of oil industry artifacts, photographs exhibited in the museum.
This market is open Wednesdays May through October with produce organic and non-organic at the train depot.
Cultural, historical and archeaological objects, native plant gardens and more.
The park consists of five islands off Southern California; Anacapa, San Miguel, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz and Santa Rosa. Nesting sea birds, sea lion rookeries and unique plans...
Arts in the Park is a juried fine arts and fine crafts show which will take place at the Ventura Harbor Village. This year Arts in the Park is benefitting FOOD Share....
Local history museum with artifacts of Chumash Indians and early pioneers of the valley.