San Buenaventura Friends of the Library Book Sale
- Will be held in the Wright Library Parking Lot.
- Located at 57 Day Road in Ventura, CA
- Saturday, July 31st 2010
- 10:00am to 3:00pm
- Are you a writer? Do you want to get published?
- Join us for this popular lecture/workshop and pick up some practical tips to help boost your chances of getting published (for example, how to find literary agents)
- We’ll follow the behind-the-scenes journey of a manuscript as it becomes an actual book, discuss self-publishing and the children’s literature market, and look at how writers can sell their books
- Other highlights include a couple of quick creativity exercises, our “Editor’s Tips on Craft” segment, and a Q&A session
- Presenter: Laurie Gibson, whose editing/proofreading projects range from “The Color Purple” (Alice Walker) to “Tales from Margaritaville” (Jimmy Buffett) and several titles by Brian Tracy, the bestselling business author. Laurie also taught editing classes at both UCLA and U.C. San Diego (Extension programs) for several years
- Tuesday, March 25 @ 5pm-7pm
- Be part of the 1000 Cranes Peace Project.
- In anticipation of the September 21 dedication of the Peace Pole in front of Fillmore City Hall, this group will be trying to fold 1000 origami paper cranes.
- Call Janine or Claire with questions at 524-2520.
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Join local poets Kayte Carr, Melissa Gulick and Maureen Brown for an evening of poetry in the Community Room. Light refreshments will be served.
E.P. Foster, Second Floor
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- family fun
Ojai Library Local Author Series
- Wednesday Evenings - June 9-30
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Read Me a Story & More
- Early literacy workshop for parents.
- Registration required.
- Click here for details.
- Wednesday, May 12 @ 3:30pm
- Foreign Exchange Student, Komiljon Aliev, will give a presentation about his home country, Tajikistan.
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Dr. Vincenza Scarpaci’s lecture will explore the contradictions of the Italian American legacy, considering the ways in which Italians became an essential part of American history. Every aspect of life ranging from religion, the struggle for citizenship, anti-Italian prejudice, WWII, and of course, food, all come to life in this insightful illustrated talk. A book signing will follow the lecture.