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Join us for a day of remembrance, music, arts and activities

Join us for a celebration of perseverance, community and continued recovery. Ventura County help and assistance agencies from throughout Ventura County will come together on December 1st at the Libbey Park & Bowl in Ojai to host the 1-Year Thomas Fire Remembrance Event.

Arts, activities, support, food and more

Libbey Park will be transformed into the Togetherness Village, offering FREE ACCESS to an Art & Makers Market, book signings, food trucks and numerous fun community activities. There will also be fire support and recovery resources from throughout Ventura County to provide information on help offerings available to those affected by the fires. The Ventura County arts community will host booths, creating a great way to support artists who were affected by the fire and to kick off your holiday shopping. Join us for community drumming, juggling, art-making, crafts, service dog-petting, reflecting or just relaxing in the park.

We celebrate with music

We’re holding a concert in the Libbey Bowl.  The concert features the roots-rocking Charles Law Band, blues virtuoso Guy Martin, folk contemporaries Todd Hannigan and Sleeping Chief and the swinging sounds of the one and only Big Bad Voodoo Daddy!

Get your tickets now to make sure you get the seats you want.

This great event will take place

RAIN or SHINE

Date: Saturday, Dec 1, 2018
Time: Togetherness Village:
11:00 – 5:00 pm
Concert/Food: 12:30-7:00pm
Location: Libbey Park & Bowl
210 S Signal St
Ojai, CA 93023
Cost: Togetherness Village: Free
Concert: $35-65; Free to fire/slide survivors (space permitting)

Tickets also available at the door while supplies last

Ticketing Information

The booth and vendor area at Togetherness Village in Libbey Park will be free to the community. Tickets are required for the music portion of the event and are available here.

Proceeds from the event will go to Help of Ojai’s fire relief fund and The Local Love Project‘s fire relief fund.

Survivors. Get your free tickets!

Thomas Fire and Montecito mudslide survivors will be gifted free entrance into all areas of the event. Thomas Fire survivors will need to bring proof of their affected residence along with a picture ID to receive access to the concert at the event (as capacity allows).

Gifted tickets for Survivors are available at the door with required ID and proof of residence while supplies last

The Day’s Schedule

Togetherness Village at Libbey Park
11:00 am – 5:00 pm

Libbey Park will be transformed into the Togetherness Village, offering FREE ACCESS to an Art & Makers Market, book signings, food trucks, fire support and recovery resources, artists booths, community drumming, juggling, art-making, crafts, service dog-petting, reflecting or just relaxing in the park.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Drum Circle
1:00 pm, 2:00 pm, 3:00 pm Story Circles at Gazebo – weaving us together by sharing and listening to stories about how we or are sense of community has been touched by fire

Libbey Bowl Music Festival
Gates open at 12:00 pm, Music starts at 2:00 pm
Tickets available at TotallyLocalVC.com and at the door while supplies last

1:45 pm The Vonnets & Fish Fry Live Band perform the National Anthem. Welcome from speakers Supervisor Kelly Long and Supervisor Steve Bennett
2:00 pm Charles Law Band
2:45 pm Prayer led by speaker Councilman Clint Garman. Speaker Otto Schimmel presents Heroes
3:00 pm Todd Hannigan & Sleeping Chief
3:45 pm Speaker Councilman Matt LaVere 
4:00 pm Guy Martin Band
4:45 pm INTERMISSION – Santa is coming to town
5:05 pm Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
5:50 pm Thomas Fire Remembrance candle lighting led by speaker Battalion Chief Joe Williams
6:05 pm Big Bad Voodoo Daddy 
6:35 pm Speaker Kat Merrick with Thank Yous and recognitions

The 1-Year Thomas Fire Remembrance

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Join us

Come be a part of this community group hug and let Thomas Fire survivors know that we are here for them and that we can get through this together. We want all those affected by the Thomas Fire to know that we are all here standing together to help as we continue to heal and work toward recovery. We hope that everyone will join us for a day of remembrance, music and community support.

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