Jesse has studied under master guitarist Carlos Gonzales and is enrolled in the applied music program at Ventura College.
Jesse is an accomplished performer who generously shares his talent so that people have a chance to hear great music in an informal, relaxed environment.
The mural is a colorful exploration of literature and fantasy designed to encourage young people to come to the library. The available space is 15 inches by 16 feet, so entries should be limited to one or two short sentences.
Submit your quote on forms provided on the 2nd Floor of the E.P. Foster Library or email the quote to email@example.com using “quote” in the subject line. Please include your name and a phone number.
The contest ends Sunday, September 25th at 5pm. The winner will be notified and a prize awarded.
September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month! The staff of the Ray D. Prueter Library would like you to draw or paint or color (or a combination) a picture showing us how important your library is to you.
The pictures will be judged by age groups: 0-5 years old, 6-12 years old, & 13-18 years old. There will be one (1) winner from each age group.
The three (3) winners will each receive a Barnes & Noble $15 gift card (thanks to the Friends of the Port Hueneme Library). So stop by the Ray D. Prueter Library and pick up an Art Contest Entry Form.
All Art Contest entries must be submitted on an official entry form and are to be returned to the Ray. D. Prueter Library. Contest ends September 30, 2011. Happy drawing!
“Your library card is the most important school supply of all,” says Library Director, Jackie Griffin. “There’s a lot happening at Ventura County Library, and the best part for both children and parents, is that it’s all free with a library card.”
Getting a library card is easy. Visit a Ventura County Library, complete the library card application form and present it at the circulation desk along with picture identification showing your current street address.
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Japanese born guitarist/composer
performs Sunday September 4, 1pm
Soloist and chamber musician Taro Wayama has performed in Japan, Thailand, Canada and the US. He is the winner of numerous competitions. Taro performs music from the Renaissance through the 20th century including folk and world music. Join him for a concert that connects music from the East and West.
Joining Michael is his singing partner and bass player, Leticia Blumette (June Carter).
This program showcases the music, roots and history of Johnny Cash spanning six decades from the 1950s thru 2003.
On Sunday, September 11, 2011, the public is invited to pay their respects in remembrance of the firefighters, peace officers, military personnel and civilians who perished in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
The 10th Anniversary Memorial Ceremony is being presented by the Ventura County Emergency Planning Council at the Ventura County Government Center.
The ceremony will include the traditional Bell Ceremony, a flag ceremony, a helicopter flyover, bagpipes and other musical tributes.
The ceremony will be held from 11am to 12 noon on the lawn between the Law Enforcement, Firefighter's and Veteran's memorial. Free parking.