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Camarillo Old Town Association’s 4th Annual Beer March Pairs Over 20 Craft Breweries with Downtown Businesses on March 10th for a Fun Community Day by TracySaundersArt.com

 

WHAT:  The Camarillo Old Town Association’s (COTA) 4th Annual Beer March will feature over 20 craft breweries that will partner with local downtown businesses and also offer a fun community day of live entertainment for family and friends who will get their ‘Irish on’. Beer drinkers, 21 years of age and over, will receive a beer glass as a keepsake. Tickets are $35 each, in advance, and $45 each, the day of the event. Buy online tickets at www.camarillo-oldtown.com/beer-march

 

WHO:  Camarillo Old Town Association (COTA) is a volunteer and non-profit organization of member businesses and property owners in the Camarillo Old Town District that also include area residents and stakeholders.

 

WHY:  COTA’s mission is to improve economic vitality and continually enhance its vibrant, friendly, fun, cultural, and clean neighborhood by holding community and business events. It also preserves the heart and soul of downtown while promoting local businesses, tourism, education, community involvement, and investment opportunities.

 

Contact info@Camarillo-OldTown.com and 805-377-0324 for more information on how to become a participating vendor, business sponsor, COTA member, volunteer, and/or to donate to Camarillo Old Town Association. 

 

WHEN:  Sunday, March 10, 2019. 12 PM Check-in and 1-4 PM Beer March.

 

WHERE:   Check-in will be held at 12:00 PM at Studio Channel Islands Art Center, 2222 Ventura Boulevard, Camarillo, CA. Beer March will be from 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM. There is free public parking.

 

BOO FEST will Bring Howling Fun, Tricks, and Treats into the Whole Old Town Camarillo Community on October 27, 2018 by TracySaundersArt.com

 

On the Saturday before Halloween, October 27, 2018, from 1:00 – 4:00 PM, BOO FEST will bring howling fun, tricks, and treats to all ages in downtown Camarillo, CA. Camarillo Old Town Association (COTA) will provide free admission to all mortal beings. The Old Town Camarillo businesses are ready to greet diverse characters in costume, up and down Ventura Boulevard, so they may feast, express themselves, be entertained, and shop into the night. Kids and parents will also be running to Chapel City Church’s carnival where they will play a lot of exciting games and get candy, prizes, and more.

 

COTA is an organization of businesses and property owners in the Camarillo Old Town District that also includes area residents and stakeholders. COTA’s mission is to improve economic vitality and continually enhance its cultural, vibrant, friendly, fun, and clean neighborhood. It is also to preserve the heart and soul of downtown while promoting local businesses, tourism, education, community involvement, and investment opportunities. COTA’s Vice President Juliet Kong states, “COTA enjoys holding family friendly events and bringing our thriving community together.”

Walk This Way by  Lisa McKinnon, VC Eats of Ventura County Star

If you'll walk anywhere for wine, why not in Old Town Camarillo? That's what the Camarillo Old Town Association is hoping you'll do from 1 to 4 p.m., September 30th, 2018. And why not? There will be more than 25 local businesses, up and down Ventura Boulevard, providing dining, entertainment and shopping with live music, art, food, beer, craft beers and wine. Enjoy local shops and eateries while finding out more about updates on historic Camarillo Old Town's developments. Early bird tickets are $40; tickets will be $45 the day of the event. General admission includes a wine glass, wine, beer and entertainment. Attendees must be 21 years or older. Event check-in starts at noon at Studio Channel Islands Art Center, 2222 Ventura Blvd. Street parking is available.

Camarillo Old Town Association’s 5th Annual Wine Walk

Celebrates Downtown & Local Businesses by TracySaundersArt.com

 

On Sunday, September 30, 2018, from 1:00 – 4:00 PM, Camarillo Old Town Association (COTA) is having its 5th Annual Wine Walk in historic downtown Camarillo, California. More than 25 local business stops, up and down Ventura Boulevard, will provide dining, entertainment, and shopping with live music, art, food, beer, craft beers, and wine. This tasting celebration allows the community and businesses to come together to enjoy local shops and eateries while learning updates of historic Camarillo Old Town’s developments.

COTA is an organization of businesses and property owners in the Camarillo Old Town District that also includes area residents and stakeholders. COTA’s mission is to improve economic vitality and continually enhance its cultural, vibrant, friendly, fun, and clean neighborhood. It is also to preserve the heart and soul of downtown while promoting local businesses, tourism, education, community involvement, and investment opportunities. Linda Hunter, owner of The Wine Closet in downtown and also COTA’s Treasurer says, “Our goal is always to have community events and bring people to Camarillo Old Town.”

 

Some sponsors and participants include Premier America FCU, Cantara Cellars, Blvd Brgr, Twenty 88, The Wine Closet, Mister Softee, Old Town Café, Magnavino Cellars, Pantess Cellars, Caveletti Vineyards, Artiste Winery, Bella Capri Inn & Suites, Zander’s Game House, Empty Hangers, Bone Deep Tattoos, Artisfactions Ad Agency, Shearer Designs, Rocket Fizz, Flower Power, Farmers Insurance – Robert Thomson Agency, and Studio Channel Islands Art Center.

 

Early bird tickets are $40 online at www.Camarillo-Oldtown.com or $45 the day of the event (Read ticket disclaimer. To purchase tickets at physical locations, find address list online.). General admission includes wine, wine glass, beer, and entertainment. Attendees Must be 21 years or older. Event check in starts at 12:00 PM at Studio Channel Islands Art Center, 2222 Ventura Boulevard. Street parking is available.