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2017
 
August
   
3 3rd ANNUAL FORK IT OVER. Girl Scouts of California's Central Coast. Palm Garden Hotel, 495 Ventu Park Rd. Thousand Oaks. Benefiting Camp Arnaz Program Center. This cookie culinary competition and fundraiser will feature recipes by noted chefs from popular local restaurants, caterers, and food trucks. Samples of savory appetizers and sweet desserts inspired by Girl Scout Cookies and made by noted chefs from all over Southern California will be on offer. Wine and beer stations will also be available with local spirit purveyors for a variety of tastings.6 - 9 p.m. $60. www.forkitovergsccc.com
   
5 ENCHANTED EVENING OF HOPE. American Cancer Society Ventura Gold Coast Gala. Honoring Dr. Francisco Bracho and Dr. David Chi, Kelly Gaines, Darin & Emma Gaines. Eden Gardens, Moorpark. 5 pm VIP; 6 pm Guests. 805.644.4237; www.Venturagala.org
   
11 THE HAROLD & CAROLE PUMP FOUNDATION CELEBRITY GOLF TOURNAMENT & DINNER. This event celebrates Harold & Carole's love of family and sports. Sons Dana and David Pump have raised more than $7 million for the Carole Pump Women's Center, Harold and Carole Pump Department of Radiation Oncology, and the Leavey Cancer Center at Northridge Medical Center and other non-profit community charities. Golf $600; Dinner $1,000. www.haroldpumpfoundation.com
   
13-14 5TH ANNUAL CEDRIC "THE ENTERTAINER'S" CELEBRITY GOLF CLASSIC. Benefiting Kyles Family Foundation and the Boys & Girls Club of Camarillo. 13th - VIP Dinner; 14th Golf at Spanish Hills Country Club with post-play awards reception. William Hammond 818.817.2355; bill@hammondentertainment.com
   
17 24th ANNUAL FAINER/TAUBER, MD AWARD CEREMONY. Ventura County Medical Resource Foundation. Somis, California. 5:00 pm. $200. 805.641.9800; Jessica@vcmrf.org; vcmrf@vcmrf.org
   
19 16TH ANNUAL MIDSUMMER EVE WINE FESTIVAL. Thousand Oaks Rotary Club Foundation. Hyatt Plaza Westlake benefiting Special Olympics Ventura County. Meet Olympic athletes, including honorary co-chair Two-time Olympian, Rafer Johnson. Sample acclaimed California limited-production handcrafted wines, microbrews and hors d'oeuvres while perusing fabulous auction items donated by local businesses and residents. 4-7:30 pm. www.midsummerevewinefestival.com
   
26 13th ANNUAL SPIRIT AWARDS GALA. United Way of Ventura County. Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village. $175 before June 30; $200 after. Upscale attire. Vicki Raven 805.485.6288 x 229; Vicki.Raven@vcunitedway.org; www.vcunitedway.org
   
27 SUMMER WINE DOWN. Westlake Women's Club. Benefiting Senior Concerns, Search Dog Foundation & Center 4 Special Needs Children. Westlake Yacht Club. 4:30-8 pm. $50 in advance $65 at the door For Information and Tickets Contact: Linda Schottel 805.497.8206 WWCeventinfo@gmail.com
   
27 SCOTT MEDLOCK-ROBBY KRIEGER INVITATIONAL CONCERT. Benefiting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. All Star Concert featuring Robby Krieger & Friends. Join Scott Medlock, an internationally renowned sports artist, and Robby Krieger, legendary guitarist for The Doors for a star studded concert at Saddlerock Ranch in Malibu. Guests will enjoy the breathtaking backdrop at Saddlerock Ranch and an evening of gourmet tastings from Mastro's Steakhouse, Tuscany il Ristorante & Pierre's Catering, Malibu Family wines, premier cocktails and unforgettable performances during the 10th anniversary concert featuring Robby Krieger among other legendary artists. Past performers have included Alex Lifeson of Rush, Lita Ford, Jack Black of Tenacious D, Alice Cooper, Tommy Thayer of KISS, guitarist Orianthi, Richie Sambora of Bon Jovi, Terri Nunn of Berlin, drummer Danny Seraphine of Chicago / CTA and Sebastian Bach of Skid Row among many others. Saddleback Ranch, The Garden, Malibu. Odette Gutierrez 800-227-6737; Odette.Gutierrez@stjude.org; www.themedlockkrieger.com
   
28 SCOTT MEDLOCK-ROBBY KRIEGER INVITATIONAL ROCK & ROLL GOLF CLASSIC. Benefiting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Golfers will play at the world class North Ranch Country Club, followed by an awards reception with live music, food & cocktails. All golfers will be provided with continental breakfast, golf carts, player gift bags, driving range balls, on-course lunch, giveaways and the opportunity to win some amazing prizes on hole in one contests throughout the course. $250. www.TheMedlockKrieger.com
   
September
   
7 CELEBRATION OF THE NONPROFIT SECTOR. Cal Lutheran Center for Nonprofit Leadership. Cal Lutheran Main Campus - Lundring Event Center. Annual celebration event for donors, stakeholders, members and those who care deeply about nonprofits serving our community. 5:30 p.m. Business Casual. Dena Jenson 805.701.0398; djenson@callutheran.edu
   
10 2nd ANNUAL LET'S PARTY FOR A CURE. Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of American Greater Los Angeles Chapter. Los Robles Greens. Guests will enjoy a fun and festive evening of wine tastings by local wineries, fudge and olive oil & balsamic vinegar tastings, a delicious 3-course plated dinner, live music, Deluxe Auction, and more. Proceeds from this event will help fund critical research leading to cures and better treatments, as well as education and support programs, for the 90,000-plus patients living with IBD in Greater Los Angeles, Ventura County, Santa Barbara, Santa Maria, and beyond. 5:30 - 8 pm. 310.478.4500; bit.ly/lpfac2017; www.letspartyforacure17la.auction-bid.org; www.crohnscolitisfoundation.org
   
10 Food Truck Meetup. Moorpark Education Foundation. Moorpark High School, 4500 Tierra Rejada Rd., Moorpark. Fun family event with great selection of food trucks. Admission is free. 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Casual. David Pollock. Click here for more info.
   
13-17 Calabasas Film Festival. The City of Calabasas and Amawaterways. various Calabasas venues. The Calabasas Film Festival, a non-profit headquartered in the heart of where film lives, welcomes avid film goers, studio executives and key players in the entertainment industry to the ultimate festival experience. CFF is also dedicated to honoring the future of the industry by empowering young filmmakers with a platform for outreach through student screenings and events. Various event start times. Business casual. $13-$49. Kelley Fries 818.963.8801; hello@calabasasfilmfestival.com; www.calabasasfilmfestival.com
   
14 BLUE JEAN BALL. FOOD Share of Ventura County. Walnut Grove at Tierra Rejada Farms. Food & drink pairings from local vendors, silent auction, live auction, Jail & Bail & entertainment. Denim Carpet. 5-9 pm. JCaldwell@foodshare.com; www.foodshare.com
   
16 4th ANNUAL HOPE & HARVEST. Interface Children & Family Services. Sherwood Country Club. You will experience a memorable evening under the stars that celebrates community. Enjoy delicious, locally-farmed cuisine, fine wine, entertainment, inspiring program and fabulous auctions with host Andrew Firestone. New this year is an after party to extend evening fun and many more surprises! 6 PM. $300. Katie Tuttle. 805.485.6114; ktuttle@icfs.org; www.icfs.org.
   
16 32nd ANNUAL ULTIMATE DINING EXPERIENCE. Senior Concerns. "Party Like It's 1959" Honoring Philanthropists of the Year David & Linda Catlin. Will feature actor and musician Donny Most, best known for his role in the hit series "Happy Days." Donny and his 7-piece band, Donny Most: Singing & Swinging, Jumpin' & Jivin', will delight with a unique show that fuses the swing era with 50s cool. The Hyatt Westlake Plaza. 5 pm. $210 per person/$395 per couple. 805.497.0189; www.seniorconcerns.com
   
16 4th ANNUAL HOPE & HARVEST. Interface Children & Family Services. Sherwood Country Club. 6 PM. www.icfs.org
   
16 24TH ANNUAL AN EVENING UNDER THE STARS GALA DINNER & CHARITY AUCTION. Michael Hoefflin Foundation. A beautiful, fun-filled evening of dinner, drinks and entertainment, including live and silent auctions – and most importantly, it is an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children battling cancer, and their families. Mann Biomedical Park, 25141 Rye Canyon Loop, Valencia. 5:30 PM. Garden Elegant. www.mhf.org
   
16 36th ANNUAL STAND FOR JUSTICE GALA. Levitt & Quinn Family Law Center. Honoring the Hon Mark Juhas & Mark Minyard, Esq. Skirball Center. 5:30 pm. 213.482.1800; www.levittquinn.org
   
23 Southeast Ventura County YMCA Joel and Frances McCrea Memorial Award Gala. The Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village. The evening features gourmet cuisine, a live band and silent auction. The event will honor Doug and Penny Yarrow with the Joel and Frances McCrea Memorial Award for their leadership and commitment to bringing a new YMCA to Westlake Village. Proceedsf rom the evening will benefit Southeast Ventura County YMCA programs through its four branches that service the Conejo, Simi and Santa Rosa valleys and Moorpark. $250 per person. 805-497-3081, ext. 102, email jwise@sevymca.org or go to www.sevymca.org
   
25 13th ANNUAL VENTURA COUNTY SHERIFF K9 GOLF TOURNAMENT. The Ventura County Sheriff K9 Unit is solely funded through generous donations and fundraisers. The money raised goes towards the purchase of new K9s, K9 training, and K9 equipment. Moorpark Country Club. $175 per golfer or $150 per golfer if purchased as a foursome. 9 am. vcsdk9unit@yahoo.com
   
October
   
1 PIER UNDER THE STARS. Pier Into the Future, a non-profit devoted to preserving and enhancing the historic Ventura Pier. www.pierintothefuture.org
   
3 PAINT THE TOWN PINK. Hosted by The Oaks and Los Robles Hospital benefiting the Cancer Support Community Valley/Ventura/Santa Barbara. The Oaks Mall. 6 pm. $35. www.cancersupportvvsb.org
   
6-8 New West Symphony Presents Season Grand Opening. New West Symphony. The Broad Stage, 1310 11th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401. We open the season celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month on October 6-8 in Santa Monica, Thousand Oaks and Oxnard, featuring acclaimed flamenco dancer Siudy Garrido performing the Spanish ballet, El Amor Brujo composed by Manuel de Falla. The program will also include a selection of Piazzolla's effervescent tango pieces for bandoneon, Mozart's enthusiastic Overture to Cosi fan tutte, and Beethoven's rousing Symphony No.1. 7:30. $34 and up. Tickets are available at www.newwestsymphony.org or by calling 805.497.5800.
   
7 AN EVENING WITH NO LIMITS GALA. No Limits for Deaf Children. Celebrating 20 years of empowering deaf children. www.nolimitsfordeafchildren.org
   
7 HORSES & HORSEPOWER OKTOBERFEST. Reins of H.O.P.E. 4588 Donlon Road, Somis CA - Thiessen Ranch. Annual Fundraiser for Reins of H.O.P.E. 2:00PM - 6:00PM. Casual - Western. 85.00 pefore 9/1, 100 after 9/1. Denise Hughes 805.857.0735; reinsofhopepres@gamil.com; www.reinsofhopevc.org
   
13 REVERSE RETT LA. Rett Syndrome Reseach Trust. Hosted by: Marci & Rudy Valner, Heidi & Jonathan Epstein, Stephanie & Andy Bohn. Fairmont Miramar Hotel, Santa Monica. Raise funds for girls suffering from Rett Syndrome with the goal to find a cure ( of which over 96% of every dollar goes directly toward research). 7 pm. California chic. $300 adult, $150 30 & under. Marci Valner 310.948.1917; marcivalner@maccom; www.ReverseRett.org
   
14 PRESIDENT'S DINNER & CONCERT FEATURING BIG BAD VOODOO DADDY. CSU Channel Islands Foundation and Rabobank. Libbey Bowl, Ojai. CSU Channel Islands Foundation and Rabobank present the President's Dinner & Concert featuring Big Bad Voodoo Daddy! Join us for our annual event that promotes the importance of higher education and raises funds to create opportunities for CSU Channel Islands' students. 7:00 PM. Casual. VIP:$250/General:$40. Alissa Blough. 805.437.8916; alissa.blough@csuci.edu; Click here to RSVP.
   
15 10TH ANNUAL SIGNATURE CHEFS AUCTION. March of Dimes. Union Station, LA. Amanda Sanchez 818.296.6882; ASanchez@marchofdimes.com; www.marchofdimes.com
   
16 4th ANNUAL CAL LUTHERAN VICTORY CLUB GOLF TOURNAMENT. Benefiting all Cal Lutheran Athletics. Moorpark Country Club. Click here for more info.
   
16 20th ANNUAL CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT. Thousand Oaks Police Charitable Foundation. North Ranch Country Club. 8:30 am. $400. www.supportTOPCF.org
   
18 FOR THE KIDS GOLF TOURNAMENT. Boys & Girls Club of Moorpark. Moorpark Country Club. www.bgcmoorpark.org
   
21 15th STAND UP FOR KIDS GALA. Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley. Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village. Becky Fleishman 818.706.0905 x107; www.bgcconejo.org
   
22 POWERSHARES QQQ TENNIS. Sherwood Country Club. www.powersharesseries.com
   
23 2017 Theatre Party. Community Conscience. Conejo Players Theatre, 351 S. Moorpark Rd., Thousand Oaks. A special performance of Agatha Christie's "A Murder is Announced" with a backstage reception featuring champagne, chocolate, cheese, a raffle, & meet & greet with the actors. Proceeds go to Community Conscience, a local non-profit that owns and operates the Human Services Center, providing Free Rent to 14 charities.1:00 pm. Casual. $30.00. Marlene or Robin. 805 494-3543; info@communityconscience.org;Click here for info.
   
23-26 POWERSHARES QQQ CHAMPIONSHIP PRO-AM. PGA TOUR Champions players. Sherwood Country Club. alexmallen@pgatourhq.com; www.PowerSharesQQQChampionship.com
   
24 10th Anniversary Celebration Gala. Yoga Gives Back. www.yogagivesback.org
   
26 MATHEWS LEADERSHIP FORUM. California Lutheran University Community Leaders Association. Networking, dinner, round-table discussion & panel discussion. CLU Lundring Events Center.
5:45 – 9 PM. www.callutheran.edu
   
27-29 POWERSHARES QQQ CHAMPIONSHIP. PGA TOUR Champion players. Sherwood Country Club. alexmallen@pgatourhq.com; www.PowerSharesQQQChampionship.com
   
November
   
5 Bowls of Hope. Many Mansions. Cal Lutheran University. The Bowls of Hope is designed to build awareness about homelessness, the need for affordable housing in our community and the services and programs that Many Mansions provides for its residents. Hundreds of ceramic bowls have been created by community members for guest to keep as a gift of the day. Come and Enjoy gourmet soups, salads & bread that have been donated by local restaurants and bakeries. 11am-2pm. Casual. $45 general admission, $15 for children (2 & Under are free) $100 for family of 4 (additional children $10 each. Bambi Hosaka 805.496.4948; bambi@manymansions.org; www.manymansion.org
   
6 18th ANNUAL SUGAR PLUM TEA. Pacific Festival Ballet's 18th Annual Sugar Plum Tea Party & Luncheon Fundraiser is filled with sugar and spice and everything nice! Lake Sherwood Country Club. 11am - 4pm. $60. 818.707.3267; www.pacfestballet.org
   
16 STARS LUNCHEON. Science, Technology and Research Support. Riviera Country Club. 10:30 am. seholt@roadrunner.com
   
16 2ND ANNUAL POSITIVE IMPACT AWARDS. Positive Coaching Alliance. LA84 Foundation. www.positivecoach.org
   
18-19 New West Symphony Presents Mauceri and Bernstein's 100th. New West Symphony. Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. Famed Hollywood Bowl music director John Mauceri conducts an exciting multimedia program commemorating the 100th birthday of Leonard Bernstein, with selections from West Side Story, Candide, On the Town, Trouble in Tahiti and other fan favorites. 8 pm. From $34. Tickets are available at www.newwestsymphony.org or by calling 866.776.8400
   
December
   
5 THOUSAND OAKS STATE OF THE CITY
   
   
   
   
 


 

 

 
 
 
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