Basket-making workshops

Hupa artisan and storyteller Kat High will conduct two identical free workshops on how to make round reed baskets and will tell traditional American Indian stories from 10 to noon and 1 to 3 p.m. Sun., Feb. 6 at Satwiwa Native American Indian Culture Center, at Lynn Road and Via Goleta, Newbury Park. All ages are welcome. The program and […]

Charity at heart of church’s gospel

For the members of the Camarillo Church of the Nazarene, ministering to the poor goes hand-inhand with practicing Christianity. “They’re a warm and compassionate group of people who quickly respond to needs,” said the Rev. Bob Hislar, the church’s lead pastor. “That’s the heartbeat of our congregation. They’re living out their life according to God’s work. Everyone is involved in […]

Art classes

The Camarillo Art Center is offering new art classes for February in beginning acrylic for ages 9 and up; acrylic and oil painting for adults on Friday mornings; jewelry making for beginners age 7 through 11; and a jewelry remake class where adults can reuse and recycle a piece of jewelry under the supervision of instructor Joann Smith. The Camarillo […]

A rewarding lunch

College Corner

After you’ve submitted college applications

Even if you’ve finished your college applications and are enjoying that wonderful feeling of relief that comes with the last submission, don’t put away those user names and passwords. Many colleges allow students to check the status of an application by logging into their account. You should also check your e-mail regularly so that you don’t miss any important communication. […]

Pet of the Week

Group helps members cope with grief

“Through Sadness Into Joy” is a new support group that is forming. The group will meet from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Tuesdays at the Teen Scene Outpatient Program, 1000 Paseo Camarillo, Ste. 205, Camarillo. The group is for persons who are stuck in sadness, grief or depression. The program is a safe place where people can share their feelings without […]

Pediatrician joins family health center

Maya Bose Vinod said being a mother of two and practicing medicine in other countries has made her a better, more caring doctor. The Camarillo resident said motherhood helps her to understand what it takes to care for her young patients and to communicate more effectively with parents. “Being a mom myself, I’m able to see from a parent’s perspective, […]

Trustee named volunteer of the year

John T. Bailey, immediate past president of the board of directors of the Camarillo Health Care District, has been named Volunteer of the Year by the Ventura County Medical Resource Foundation. He will be honored at the 18th annual David C. Fainer, M.D., Awards Dinner on Feb. 10 at the Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach Hotel. Bailey was selected for the […]


FRI., FEB. 4 Rotary Club Of Westlake Village Sunrise Breakfast at North Ranch Country Club, 4761 Valley Spring Drive, Westlake Village. The Rev. Greg Boyle, founder of Homeboy Industries, discusses his work to take youths out of L.A. gang life. His book “Tattoos of the Heart” available for purchase. Guests welcome. Phone: 818.851.0105 Contact: Nadine Rothermel Email: nrothermel1112@gmail.com Web: www.westlakesunriserotary.org […]