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Ojai Valley Historical Society and Museum

130 W. Ojai Avenue
Ojai, California

Phone: 805-640-1390
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Statement of Purpose:

The Ojai Valley Museum dedicates itself to bridging the past and the future through stewardship of our community's heritage.

 

Highlights & Collections:

Cultural history, natural history & environmental education, arts & humanities - Ojai Valley's earliest inhabitants (the Chumash Indians), living botanical gardens that advise the visitor of the uses of native specimens, "Day in the Sespe" natural history & environmental exhibition, Jesse Arms Botke paintings & temporary exhibitions (art, natural history & cultural history, lectures and programs).

The Museum is housed in a 1919 Mead & Requa early Misssion Revival structure, the former St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel - the only building in Ojai on the National Register of Historic Places.

Native American (Chumash), Spanish settlers & pioneer descendants, Jesse Arms Botke paintings, Beatrice Wood ceramics

Exhibits:

Through May 27, 2001 - Beato: The Life and Work of Beatrice Wood; ceramics, drawings, jewelry & sari collection.

Hours:

Wed - Fri: 1 - 4 PM,
Sat & Sun: 10AM - 4PM

Admission & Directions:

$3 admission donation

Across from Starr Market in the former St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel,downtown Ojai


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Key Personnel:

Robin Sim, Executive Director


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