The Night of the Nosferatu, an exhibit of George Stuart Historical Figures® that tells the fictional story about the bloodline of the original vampire, Count Dracula is on display at the Museum of Ventura County.
Museum Exhibit Explores Cultural Diversity of Food in Ventura County. How history, culture and immigration shape our dining habits, menus and food traditions.
The Vaquero - Spanish for cowboy or cattle driver - were men who excelled in the art of making a horse as flexible as silk to his rider’s will.
Evacuation and Alert Notices
Mental Health Resources
CA HOPE is offering counseling and support services in English and Spanish for those affected by the fires. Find out more information by visiting their Facebook page California HOPE or by calling them (805) 833-9495.
Shelter/Transportation/Goods and Supplies/etc.
Thomas Fire Help is supporting those affected by the Borderline tragedy and wildfires with information and recovery resources. Visit their website for more information. Thomas Fire Help
Resources for Borderline Shooting
As a response to the shooting, our friends at the Ventura County Community Foundation in coordination with City of Thousand Oaks, Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, Amgen Foundation, California Community Foundation, and others, have set up a specific fund to serve victims in recovery and healing.
Nov 10-11 Military & Veterans
Nov 24-25 93063, 93062 (Simi Valley) & 93066 (Somis)
Dec 8-9 Police/Fire