The Commemorative Air Force (CAF) Museum is ran by a non-profit, all-volunteer organization, dedicated to preserving the history of WWII aircraft for generations to come. “A generation which ignores history has no past and no future” – Robert Heinlein. The CAF acquires, restores and preserves, in flying condition, a complete collection of combat aircraft flown by all military services of the United States, & selected aircraft of other nations, for the education and enjoyment of present and future generations of Americans.
Camarillo Ranch House
Venue Phone: 805.389.8182
Venue Website: https://camarilloranch.org/
Adolfo Camarillo’s Legacy
In his 94 years of life, Adolfo Camarillo carved out a powerful personal legacy that can still be observed by residents of Ventura County today. He was a landowner and innovative businessman who successfully operated a major agricultural enterprise for nearly 80 years. A seemingly tireless servant of his community, Adolfo joined and led a variety of agricultural, financial, educational, spiritual, and social organizations. He was also a devoted husband, father, and grandfather, as well as a friend known for his warm hospitality and generosity. As a sign of respect, he was addressed as “Don Adolfo,” and has come to be known in local history as the Last Spanish Don of Ventura County.
For more information on the Adolfo Camarillo and the historic Camarillo Ranch
Studio Movie Grill
Venue Phone: (480) 991-3106
The fascinating history of the property dates back some 300 years when the vast expanse of land surrounding the Santa Monica Mountains was part of the original Spanish Land Grant. The 200,000-acre site is a perfect spot for raising sheep and cattle. Up until the 1930s the area was known as El Malibu.
Local caves are still covered with pictographs painted by the Chumash Indians, which date back to the Portola Expedition of 1769. These pictographs have become very rare due to erosion and weathering, but some of the most well preserved examples remain on the Saddlerock Ranch property and have been studied by archeologists and photographed for books.
Today the ranch is home to Malibu Family Wine’s offices, four wedding and event locations, 100 acres of vines, a host of exotic animals (zebra, camel, giraffe, llama, alpaca, yak, highland cow, etc.…), Malibu Wine Safari tours, and the Semler family!
Malibu Wine Safaris offers various tours of the ranch, which include interaction with some of the animals as well as wine tastings at some of the ranch’s most stunning vistas.
Levity Live at the Collection
Hyatt Regency Westlake
Venue Website: https://aws.passkey.com/go/AssistedHomeHealthandHospice
Escape from the ordinary in Southern California at our luxury hotel – Hyatt Regency Westlake in Thousand Oaks. Located just minutes from the scenic beaches of Malibu, California. With a unique combination of outstanding business facilities and a resort-like atmosphere, our Mediterranean style hotel is an oasis of sophistication in the Westlake Village business complex in Thousand Oaks. Designed for the modern traveler, our hotel offers inviting spaces where you can think and places to get away and relax.
Santa Barbara Women’s Club
Venue Phone: (805) 682-4546
Venue Website: http://sbwomansclub.com
The Santa Barbara Woman’s Club was founded in 1892 for the purpose of enriching the cultural, civic, and social interests of its members. Meetings were held in downtown Santa Barbara, but as the Club’s popularity grew, the membership soon outgrew the location.
In 1927, the current property in Mission Canyon was purchased. Originally the home of the Rockwood Inn, the property hosted a secluded hotel until a fire broke out, destroying the original building. Our organization purchased the three acre property and hired a local architectural firm to design a new Clubhouse. The building was named “Rockwood.”
“Rockwood” has a beautiful Spanish Colonial Revival style, complete with stucco walls, open beams, and a red tile roof. Many of our guests comment that our Clubhouse has a wonderful Santa Barbara look and feel.
Our members continue to meet, and the Santa Barbara Woman’s Club is now a social organization that meets regularly, offering our members luncheon and afternoon teas that include speakers and entertainment, as well as book clubs, bridge, Mah Jongg, yoga, and other activities.
We welcome guests to our events, and we encourage local ladies to join our organization. Please contact our office administrator about our schedule of activities and membership details.
AMC Dine-In Theater Thousand Oaks 14
Venue Phone: (805) 494-4702
Venue Website: https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-theatres/los-angeles/amc-dine-in-thousand-oaks-14
State-of-the-art movie theater offers an expanded concession menu, plus on-site restaurants & bars.