Action #1 – Can you sing? First rehearsal for the MLK Celebration Choir starts tonight!
“Lift Every Voice and Sing” – This is one of the songs that will be performed…
Singers from the tri-counties (Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo) are welcome to join in the MLK Celebration Choir to perform at the amazing MLK Day celebration on Monday, Jan 21st!
There are three rehearsals, at the Bethel AME Church at 855 South “F” Street, Oxnard.
- Tuesday (TONIGHT), 1/8, at 7 pm.
- Saturday 1/12, at 11:00 am
- Saturday, 1/19th at 11:00 am
Can’t hold a note but you still want to be inspired, to cheer, to sing, to clap?
Contribute to this historic, tightly choreographed and cool-as-hell 33-year-old multi-city event. (Facebook link here) Send the MLK Committee a donation, old school, any size with this form or directly to P.O. Box 294, Oxnard, CA, 93032. Make the check out to the “Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee of Ventura County“.
Then go buy a ticket online here
for $8.13 or $7 at the door.
- Freedom March – Starts at 8 am at Plaza Park at Fifth and “C” Streets with speeches by our legislators!. Transport provided for those who can’t march.
- Can’t get up that early? The Celebration Program starts at 9:00 at the Oxnard Performing Arts Center.
Action #2 – Go to the Oxnard City Council tonight and cheer them on!
Continue reading “Tues 1/8: Can you sing? Can you clap and cheer? Here are some much better things to do tonight than watching an angry man lie on TV.”
There are two extremely important issues being addressed tomorrow at the Ventura County Board of Supervisors Meeting, at the Hall of Administration at 800 S. Victoria Ave.
Gun Shows at the Fairgrounds – 1:30 pm.
An addendum agenda has been added which includes an recommendation for the Board to request the Ventura Country Fairgrounds cease contracting for new gun shows at the request of Board member Steve Bennet.
His letter is here.
Rally & Press Conference for Sheriff – ICE collaboration – 2:30
The location is currently planned for the entrance of the County Administration building. Get there a little early. If it’s moved, there will be signs redirecting you. Continue reading “Tues – Dec. 4: Update on the Ventura County Board of Supervisors meeting. It’s going to be a busy day…”