The City of Camarillo Public Library is located at 4101 Las Posas Road and is open Monday through Thursday from 10 am to 9 pm and Friday through Sunday 10 am to 5 pm. It can be reached at 805.388.5222. The library hosts year-round free activities and programs for the general public, many of which will be highlighted right here (for a complete rundown, visit the library's website at www.camarillolibrary.org.
Upcoming Programs (prior events periodically removed):
Must See Movies (Thursdays at 6:30PM; doors open at 6:15PM)
3/21: Old Man and the Gun (PG-13)
3/28: First Man (PG-13)
4/4: Sisters Brothers (R)
4/11: Bohemian Rhapsody (PG-13)
4/18: Green Book (PG-13)
4/25: If Beale Street Could Talk (R)
Special Events / Programs for Adults
Thursday, Mar. 7 & Apr. 4, 6pm Conference Room - A Path to Home Ownership - Join us for this educational workshop sponsored by The Area Housing Authority and The Camarillo Public Library. Learn about planning and budgeting to determine what you can afford with safe, responsible loan options. Call to reserve a seat (805) 480-9991 ext. 235
Sunday, Mar. 31 from 2 – 3 pm Community Room - Jamaal “Silk” Wilkes, Author Talk & Book Signing - Jamaal Wilkes, author of “Jamaal Wilkes: Memoirs of The Original Smooth As Silk” was a key player at UCLA on the team’s record 88 game winning streak. A three-time all-star, whatever team he was on, he won. Hall of Fame Laker owner Jerry Buss said of Wilkes, “A rare combination of selflessness and grace, Jamaal made the game look effortless.” Jamaal’s story inspires, uplifts and amuses young and old alike as well as basketball and non-basketball fans, as he shares his unique perspectives. A book signing is to follow the talk.
Monday, April 8 from 6:30 -7:30pm, Conference Room - Cam Reads - Library Ghost Stories with Richard Senate - Night Vale Public Library is not the only library to be the home of a ghost. Richard Senate will share stories of other libraries that have their own ghosts. He will also talk about ghosts who haunt Ventura County. Join us for an evening of ghost stories.
Mon 3/18 3-4pm: Charged Particles Children’s Jazz Concert
Tue 4/16 11am: Magician Shawn McMaster
Wed 4/17 11am: Mad Tea Party
Thu 4/18 11am: Spring Crafts with Recycled Crayons
Tue 4/18 10am: Diversity in Action Storytime
Teen Programs (ages 12-17)
Mondays from 6:30 - 8pm Community Room
A craft project workshop for Adults and Teens!
Crafty teens and adults can join us for a new craft each month!
Monday, 4/8: DIY Welcome to Night Vale Tote Bags