The TO Woman’s Club is open to women looking for stimulating and rewarding friendships with women who have a common interest in assisting with local charitable endeavors. Chef’s Choice lunch includes salad and dessert. The Sparkletts Tap Group led by Margo King entertains. $22. RSVP: 805.573.6609.
The Gala includes cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and a silent auction, followed by a sit-down dinner with award ceremonies, video tributes and a live auction. The Miracle of Movement’s Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes extraordinary individuals who consistently smash obstacles with honor, proactivity, community engagement and optimism. Fit4theCause.org
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s classically elegant Violin Concerto No. 5 ”Turkish” earned its nickname due to a suddenly “exotic” sounding interjection in the final movement. Award-winning violinist, Karen Gomyo makes her New West Symphony debut with this most popular of Mozart’s violin concertos. NewWestSymphony.org
The Conejo Valley Youth Orchestras will take you on a tour across northern Europe with pieces you won't forget! Tickets available at the theatre box office. CVYO.org
Oaks Christian Middle School students present their Spring concert, 7-9 p.m. For details, visit OaksChristian.org.
The Sisters of Notre Dame and La Reina High School and Middle School hosts its 5th annual Nun Run, open to runners and walkers of all ages and abilities. Participants receive a free t-shirt, special offers from sponsors and a delicious pancake breakfast after the race. Proceeds support the Sisters of Notre Dame Life and Ministry Fund. Nun.Run
This moderately paced 6-mile, 1,000-ft gain hike in scenic Simi Hills winds through chaparral, grasslands and oaks and offers great views on the way to the vernal pool at China Flat. Meet at 8:30 a.m. at Sunnycrest trailhead. Bring water, a snack, lugsoles, a hat and sunscreen. Rain cancels. SamoFund.org
Fawzi Haimor guest conducts New West Symphony's concert featuring Romantic masterworks including Brahms’ monumental Symphony No. 1, which took 14 years to complete, and which many have called “Beethoven’s 10th.” Rodolfo Leone performs Beethoven’s vigorous Piano Concerto No. 1, and Ventura County composer Pauline Frechette presents "The Sacred Mountains of Ojai" and "Reflections (Song for Michael)." NewWestSymphony.org
Winner of the silver medal at the Fifteenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition for performances that showed “an imaginative shaping of themes, revelation of inner voices, and an unfailing sense of momentum” (Texas Classical Review), pianist Kenny Broberg is known for his “poise” and “technical brilliance” (Minnesota Star Tribune). Arts.Pepperxine.edu
“PoeTea” readings by local poets include a Q&A session, followed by a tea service in the museum’s main gallery. Tickets are $10 for CMATO members and $25 for nonmembers. CMATO.org
This monthly series presented by Ventura County Master Gardeners is free and open to the public. Learn how to "Create a Water Wise Garden" this month.
Conejo Valley Audubon invites birders of all experience levels to attend monthly Beginner Bird Walks on the second Wednesday of each month. Meet at the main parking lot, accessible off Lynn Rd at Via Goleta in Newbury Park. Bring binoculars and wear comfortable walking shoes. SamoFund.org
The American Heart Association annual event raises awareness about heart health. Even includes lunch, a health expo and educational forums.
5-Star Theatricals presents this concert production, presented with minimal sets and costumes, with a focus on Tom Eyen and Henry Krieger’s powerhouse Tony-nominated songs like “Steppin’ to the Bad Side” and “Cadillac Car.” If you love Motown, there ain’t no party quite like “Dreamgirls in Concert.” CivicArtsPlaza.com
Learn how you can make a difference in the life of an abused or neglected foster child in our community at this CASA Informational Session. Court Appointed Special Advocates serve as a stable adult in a child's life. RSVP or for more information: 805.389.3120.
The City of Camarillo Public Library hosts year-round free activities and programs for the general public, including weekly free movie screenings. CamarilloLibrary.org
This annual event hosted by For the Troops honors military veterans of World War II and the Korean War. Keynote speakers, entertainment and dinner included. Tickets are $125/person. ForTheTroops.org
This event features antiques, used and new merchandise sold by over 500 vendors. A special Early Bird admission is available from 6 to 9 a.m. ($10/person). Regular admission is $5/per person. Parking: $5.
Satwiwa Native American Indian Culture Center hosts this documentary screening, focusing on the environmental knowledge of California’s indigenous peoples by exploring how they have actively shaped and tended the land. Group discussion to follow. SamoFund.org
The TO Woman’s Club invites women of the Conejo Valley and surrounding areas who are looking for stimulating and rewarding friendships with women who have a common interest in assisting with local charitable endeavors to its Chef's Choice lunch and live entertainment. The Westlake HS Choral Group directed by Amy Rolniak performs. RSVP: 805.573.6609.