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April 28, 2016
Recycled Water Available for Oxnard Plain Farmers
Mar 18, 2016
The City of Oxnard held a ceremony Friday, March 18, 2016, at its Advanced Water Purification Facility (AWPF) to celebrate its long-awaited achievement of being able to supply recycled water to farmers on the Oxnard Plain.
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Eileen Maloney wins 33rd California Strawberry Festival poster contest
Mar 09, 2016
Watercolorist Eileen Maloney combined her passion for vibrant colors with her love of strawberries to capture the coveted honor as this year’s winner of the 33rd Annual California Strawberry Festival Poster Contest.
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Latinos in Hollywood leads discussion at Oxnard College
Mar 08, 2016
Oxnard College Institute for Latino Performing Arts proudly presents the next installment of the Latino Thought Makers series.
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Improvisation is key to Broadway’s Next Hit
Feb 29, 2016
Broadway’s Next H!T Musical is a hilarious and unscripted theatrical performance under the direction of improv veterans Rob Schiffman and Deb Rabbai.
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Women in Ragtime
Feb 19, 2016
In honor of Women’s History Month, the Oxnard Public Library will host a special presentation by Sam “the piano man” Hobel, who will talk about women composers during the ragtime era. We often hear about the men, such as Scott Joplin, Joseph Lamb, and James Scott, but seldom hear about the
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Channel Islands University art professor to exhibit work at Carnegie Art Museum
Feb 19, 2016
California State University Channel Islands Associate Professor and Chair of Art, Luke Matjas, will exhibit over 30 artworks in a large solo exhibition at Oxnard’s Carnegie Art Museum, 424 South C Street. That Great
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Save water and money with free sprinkler nozzles
Feb 18, 2016
The City of Oxnard is offering free water-saving sprinkler nozzles to residents and businesses. This program is designed to help residents and businesses reduce the amount of water used on their landscapes and - in turn - save money on their water bills.
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Check you number
Feb 18, 2016
Your car may not need an oil change as often as you think. CalRecycle’s new motor oil campaign, Check Your Number, urges Californians to check the recommended oil change interval for their car in their owner’s manual. They’ll likely save time and money in service costs while helping to preserve the
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