2009-08-21

Play uncovers the truth about marriage



Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt’s “I Do! I Do!” at the High Street Arts Center in Moorpark is a charming, poignant and bittersweet study of the relationship between two people over 50 years of marriage. A production of Moorpark College, the show stars Sarah Beth Markus and Brent Catarino Ramirez, two local actors who’ve become known for superlative performances as […]

Make-A-Wish Foundation in need of donations

Toys at top of charity’s list

The MakeAWish Foundation grants the wishes of children with lifethreatening medical conditions and is always in need of certain types of toys used as “first gifts” when meeting Wish Children and at Wish Presentation Parties. When a team of Wish Granters goes into a household, they bring a small gift for every child in the house. At a Wish Presentation […]

Cheering, having fun at fair



Two Camarillo families participated in the AIM (Athletes in Motion) Cheer and Dance Competition at the Ventura County Fair on Aug. 8. Lorelei Larson, daughter of Terry and Amanda Larson, and Faith Masyr, daughter of Evan and Christy Masyr, took part in the contest. Both girls are 4 years old. Amanda Larson serves as the sales and marketing director for […]

Reach Out to Camarillo



The Camarillo City Council generally meets the second and fourth Wednesday of every month at 5 p.m. at city hall. Meetings are telecast live on Time Warner Channel 10 in Camarillo. The city’s planning commission meets on the first and third Tuesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. with live telecasts airing on Channel 10 in Camarillo Agendas for both […]

Datebook



FRI., AUG. 21 Used Book Sale Noon to 5 p.m. today, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Woodland Hills Library, 22200 Ventura Blvd. Large selection of new, gently used books for adults, children. Collectibles, tapes, CDs, videos, autographed books. Every child receives free book. Fabric book bags $1 and up. Sponsored by Friends of the Library. Proceeds support library. […]

Steal away to see ‘Steel Magnolias’



The Camarillo Community Theatre will present Robert Harling’s drama “Steel Magnolias” Fri., Aug. 21 through Sun., Sept. 20 at the theater, 330 Skyway Drive, inside the Camarillo Airport. Showtimes are 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. A special 2 p.m. matinee performance will be offered Sat., Sept. 5 (Labor Day weekend). There will be no evening show […]

Bustin’ a move in Constitution Park



3 steps to preventing a home burglary



Between July 7 and Aug. 11, burglars struck eight homes within blocks of one another just north of Las Posas Road between Camino La Madera and Mission Drive. It’s been a relatively busy summer for bad guys preying on homes in our fair town. Between late May and early August, there were 22 burglaries or attempted burglaries in Camarillo. It’s […]

Teens from Temple Ner Ami contribute to community



The members of Teen Connection at Temple Ner Ami are active in the community. In addition to beach parties, parties at the park and amusement park outings, the teens take part in community good deeds, such as food collections for the Somis Food Pantry led by Stacy Shaul.   Lucas Burstein led a blood drive in August, collecting more than 26 units […]

Services to focus on music, history



The Camarillo United Methodist Church will present songs of four Native American communities during the biannual World Music Sunday on Aug. 23 at both the 9 and 10:30 a.m. services in the sanctuary, 291 Anacapa Drive. A vocal ensemble will share the music of the Cherokee, Mohawk, Navajo and Oneida communities. The origin of each song will be explained, along […]