2010-02-19

Time to stand up and be counted



Next month, millions of households across the United States will receive a U.S. Census questionnaire in the mail. This simple 10-question survey not only gives the federal government an updated view of the country’s population and its demographics, but it also helps cities such as Camarillo receive federal funding. It’s important for citizens to fill out the census form and […]

‘Annie’ to dance, sing on Camarillo stage



The Camarillo Community Theatre will kick off its 40th anniversary year with the musical “Annie,” running Sat., Feb. 20 through Sun., March 28 at the theater, 330 Skyway Drive inside the airport. Showtimes are 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. A 2 p.m. matinee is also set for Sat., March 13. The show is co-directed by Kenny […]

Library offers look into future exhibits

Suit worn by Reagan during assassination attempt to be on exhibit


For those who thought President Ronald Reagan’s story had already been told, the Reagan Library has found more to tell and better ways to do it. Which is why the museum on the hill has embarked on a yearlong renovation project that will gut most of its galleries—excluding the Oval Office and Air Force One Pavilion—in order to deliver a […]

For the record



The General Federated Camarillo Women’s Club was incorrectly identified in the Feb. 12 edition as a Republican club. It is a bipartisan nonprofit.

Political Cartoon



Run to benefit families devastated by SIDS



The Josephine DeMello Foundation will sponsor the second annual Baby Joey Run for Life 5K SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome) and Infant Loss Run/Walk on Sat., March 13 at Constitution Park, 1287 Paseo Camarillo. On-site registration starts at 8 a.m., and the run will begin at 9 a.m. The event will also have entertainment, food and prizes such as Disneyland […]

I forgot what I was worrying about



I was worrying about something really important, but I forgot what it was. Sometimes I worry about Item A as if it’s the end of the world, until Item B comes up. Then I forget about Item A, and Item B becomes the new end of the world—as if Item A wasn’t anything to worry about in the first place. […]

Program to help special education students transition to adult life

Social services reps to be on hand for questions

The Ventura County Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) will present a program, “Transition: From School to Adult Life,” from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the following locations: Wed., Feb. 24 at Ventura Adult Education School, 5200 Valentine Road, Ventura. Tues., March 2 at Grant Brimhall/Thousand Oaks Library, 1401 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. Wed., March 10 at TriCounties Regional […]

Auditions open for ‘Seven Year Itch’

Marilyn Monroe made role of ‘The Girl’ iconic

The Camarillo Community Theatre will have auditions, with cold readings from the script, for the comedy “The Seven Year Itch” by George Axelrod at 7 p.m. Mon., Feb. 22 at the theater, 330 Skyway Drive, inside the airport. Brian Robert Harris is the director. Actors should bring a resume and headshot. All roles are open. The performance dates are April […]

The anatomy of love



“What is love? Take a look at a rose. Is it possible for the rose to say, ‘I shall offer my fra grance to good people and with hold it from bad people?’” —Anthony DeMello From antiquity, masters, poets, writers, songsmiths and just about every other human being on the planet has sought to fathom the eternal depths and the […]