Bring your little ones to the Ojai Library every Tuesday afternoon at 3pm for fun and stories with staff member Tawny Villaseñor.
Tawny reads picture books from Ojai Library's bilingual collection. Parents and children of all ages will enjoy stories in both English and Spanish.
Come experience the joy!
Ventura County Library has completed the move of their systemwide network and related hardware.
Our public computer labs, wireless access and in-library catalogs are all back up and running.
From all of us: THANK YOU for your patience!
This year's Women's History Month theme recognizes women's tenacity, courage, and creativity throughout the centuries. Explore the history of generations of women whose commitment to nature and humanity have proved invaluable to society.
Gale PowerSearch on our eLibrary page is a great place to start along with Biography In Context, the U.S. & World History In Context and World Book.
Our photo is of Aviator Amelia Earhart.
Ventura County Library will be conducting the final phase of the systemwide computer hardware move that impacts computer use at the Ventura County Libraries. The move is a result of the Library's consolidation of Administration, Support and Children's Services offices to one location.
Beginning Thursday, February 24, 2011 and continuing through Thursday, March 3, 2011, online capable computers including public internet, wireless and the in-library catalog will not be available for public use.
Home access to the Ventura County Library website, www.vencolibrary.org will not be affected.
Library staff will be available to assist in finding items during the transition. All Ventura County Library locations are impacted. We thank you for your patience!
Come to Ojai Library on Tuesday, February 22, at 6:30pm and learn how to reduce your utility costs through energy efficiency opportunities.
Representatives from Ventura County Regional Energy Alliance will provide a public workshop to explain common efficiencies useful in homes. You will learn how to conserve electricity and gas, where to obtain utility rebate information and how to use utility efficiencies to benefit other conservation measures.
Bring your questions and join the discussion!