Directions and Venue Information

Ojai Valley Woman’s Club is in beautiful downtown Ojai at 441 E. Ojai Avenue, Ojai, CA. If you are coming from Los Angeles/East Ventura County go North on the 101 freeway to HWY 33 (just north of Ventura), and go 17 miles into the heart of Ojai. Just after Montgomery St., in downtown, you will find the Woman’s Club on the right. There is plenty of free parking on the street and along the side of the building  If you are coming from the Santa Barbara area, go South on the 101 freeway and take HWY 150 (just south of Carpinteria) 16 miles until it hits HWY 33. Turn left and follow the above directions into Ojai.

Dancing Oak Ranch is located halfway between Ojai & Carpinteria on west Highway 150. Coming from the coast, we are on the left, 6 miles from US 101. Coming from Ojai, we are on the right, 10 miles from Highway 33. For GPS mapping, our address is: 4585 Casitas Pass Rd. Ventura 93001. Watch for the concert sign (and our neighbors American Flag) on the north side of the road. There will also be a security person to assist you. We are a mile back on a paved road. Please respect the neighbors on our driveway and always keep your speed under 15 MPH (especially in the 1/4 mile closest to the highway). You can park around the big warehouse or anywhere alongside the road (be sure to not block any other vehicle or road access).

What to bring: This is an outdoor concert with seating on gently sloping grass and under shady oaks, so you will need a blanket or low back deck chairs, a camera, plus anything else you might bring on a picnic. Bring a small flashlight (to help find your car after the concert). The afternoon temperatures are expected to be warm, but it does cool down after dark so please be prepared. There will be a bonfire in the fire-pit at the break.

Potluck: All our summer shows are potlucks, so please bring a dish to share (one per couple is appreciated). We have a special screened in area for the food and we will supply water, juice, coffee, plates, cups and plastic-ware (but feel free to bring your own to help cut down on waste and recycling). B.Y.O.B. Please drink responsibly!

Kids and Dogs: Children 7 to 15- $10, 6 and under are free, but please be considerate of others and ask your kids to keep their noise down if they play on the trampoline, fireman’s pole, or swing. Friendly, well behaved dogs on a leash, are welcome.

Questions: Call Shane at 805-665-8852.


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