Around town & online: September event calendar

More than 40 ways to get out and play throughout the month of September.*


Ongoing
Westlake Village Art Guild
The guild’s new virtual art gallery showcases works by its member artists. On sale are oils and acrylics, watercolors, pastels and graphics, mixed media, photography and sculpture. Ten percent of all sales benefit the guild.

Ongoing
Ventura Potters Guild
The nonprofit guild, founded in 1957, spotlights the work of local potters and ceramicists. On view are sgraffito works by Genie Thompson and “kooks, creeps and feather heads” by Drew Lurie.

Photo courtesy of Stagecoach Inn Museum

Ongoing
Stagecoach Inn Museum 
Visit this Historic Landmark Saturday afternoons 1-4 p.m. to enjoy outdoor exhibits, including the Nature Trail, Rose Garden and doorway viewing into the Chumash ap, adobe, pioneer, carriage, school houses, working blacksmith shop and inn originally built in 1876, where docents provide stories of our region’s local history. Masks required, $5/guest suggested donation (exact change or card only).
Stagecoach Inn Museum, Newbury Park 

Ongoing
Channel Islands trips
Island Packers Cruises offers day trips and camping adventures to all five islands: Anacapa, Santa Cruz, Santa Rosa, Santa Barbara and San Miguel.

Photo courtesy of Chuck Graham/Island Packers

Ongoing
Valley Relics Museum
Located in two giant airplane hangars at Van Nuys Airport, the museum showcases pieces from the San Fernando Valley’s past, including neon signs from Ben Frank’s and The Palomino; a Kiss pinball machine; clothing designer Nudie Cohn’s white Cadillac; and even the sticker-covered bedroom door from Eve Plumb’s home when she was filming “The Brady Bunch” in the 1970s. Every Friday and Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m., the museum opens its giant hangar doors to give visitors an “open-air” experience. Temperatures will be taken at the door and masks are mandatory.
Van Nuys Airport, Hangars C3 and C4, Van Nuys

Photo courtesy of Stagecoach Inn Museum

Through Nov. 28
Centennial Celebration of Women’s Right to Vote Exhibit
Peek into the parlor of the historic Stagecoach Inn Museum Saturday afternoons and step back in time to a Suffragette meeting in progress. View vignettes of activist women in the museum’s other buildings. Learn about the Suffrage movement and celebrate passage of the 19th Amendment. Masks required, donations suggested (exact change or card only).
Stagecoach Inn Museum, Newbury Park

Through Dec. 31
“Women of Astronomy”
To celebrate 100 years of women’s suffrage, the Ventura County Astronomical Society has put together a list of notable female astronomers who were “making discoveries and observations long before male counterparts.” Among those you’ll meet: Susan Jocelyn Bell Burnell, an astrophysicist who co-discovered the first radio pulsars in 1967; Atonia Maury and Henrietta Swan Leavitt, who worked as “human computers” at Harvard College Observatory; Nancy Grace Roman, who became known as the “Mother of Hubble” for her role in planning the Hubble Space Telescope; and Vera Florence Cooper Rubin, who pioneered work on galaxy rotation rates.

Sept. 1
“Die Hard”
Yippee-ki-yay  . . . Bruce Willis is ready to save Nakatomi Tower from East German terrorists in this 1988 action flick, which is being screened as part of the Movies in Your Car series.
Ventura County Fairgrounds parking lot, Ventura

Sept. 1

Showstopping dessert

The New West Symphony League fires up its “Pleasure of Your Company” series with a virtual cooking demo by Mary Bergin, the chef who taught Julia Child how to wield a blowtorch. Bergin will teach viewers how to make the dessert that wowed Child: Crème Brûléed Chocolate Bundt Cake with Fresh Raspberries. To finish it off, she’ll use a blowtorch to caramelize the sugar. During the demo, New West violinist Christian Fatu plays a selection inspired by the action in the kitchen.

Sept. 2
“My Big Fat Greek Wedding”
A woman’s rocky road to the altar generates lots of laughs in this 2002 romantic comedy hit written by and starring Nia Vardalos.
Ventura County Fairgrounds parking lot, Ventura

Sept. 4
Jamel Wright
The president of Eureka College, Ronald Reagan’s alma mater, will discuss the president’s formative years at Eureka, his early advocacy for racial equality and the challenges to higher education posed by COVID-19. The virtual conversation is presented by Simi Valley’s Reagan Library.

Sept. 4
Led Zepagain
If it’s been a long time since you’ve rock ’n’ rolled, ditch the pandemic blues and groove to classics like “Stairway to Heaven,” “Whole Lotta Love,” “Immigrant Song” and “Kashmir” when this Led Zeppelin tribute band performs a drive-in concert.
Oxnard Performing Arts and Convention Center parking lot, Oxnard

Sept. 4
“Bridesmaids”
Say “I do” to matrimonial mayhem when this laugh-out-loud comedy starring Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Melissa McCarthy is screened. Some of the film’s key scenes were filmed at Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks and on Gonzales Road in Oxnard. Food trucks will be on-site. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
King Gillette Ranch, Malibu

Photo by Richard Gillard/ACORN NEWSPAPERS

Sept. 4
“Zootopia”
In this animated hit, a rookie bunny cop (Ginnifer Goodwin) and a cynical con artist fox (Jason Bateman) must work together to uncover a conspiracy. Food trucks on-site. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
Brandeis-Bardin campus, Simi Valley

Sept. 5
Great American Food Drive and Mini Parade
The Kiwanis Club of Simi Valley is looking to collect canned items such as tuna, chicken, soup, fruits and vegetables as well as dried beans, rice, peanut butter, jelly, pasta and sauce. Residents can schedule curbside pickup, drop food off at participating grocery stores or decorate their cars and take part in a drive-thru food drop-off parade.
Simi Valley Senior Center, Simi Valley 

Sept. 5
Let’s Taco About Alzheimer’s
At this drive-thru fundraiser, buy a three-taco meal—complete with rice, beans, soda and a churro—to help raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association. Purchase raffle tickets and listen to live mariachi music while you wait. Cash or check only.
AlmaVia of Camarillo, Camarillo

Sept. 5
Doors tribute
The band Strange Days performs classic Doors hits like “‘Touch Me” and “Love Me Two Times” as part of The Canyon’s Carpool Jam concert series.
Oxnard Performing Arts and Convention Center parking lot, Oxnard

Sept. 5
“Jurassic Park”
Food trucks will be on-site during this drive-in screening . . . just don’t get stomped on by a T. rex. Food trucks will be on-site. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
King Gillette Ranch, Malibu

Sept. 5
“Labyrinth”
A teenager has just 13 hours to solve a labyrinth and rescue her baby brother in this 1986 musical fantasy starring Jennifer Connelly and David Bowie. Food trucks will be on-site.
Brandeis-Bardin campus, Simi Valley

Sept. 6
Tower of Power and Los Lobos
This drive-in concert spotlights the horn-drenched hits of Bay Area band Tower of Power and the rock/Tex-Mex  sounds of East L.A.’s Los Lobos. Vintage cars—including low-riders, antique roadsters, coupes, hot rods and muscle cars—will be displayed on giant screens.
Ventura County Fairgrounds parking lot, Ventura

Sept. 6
“Purple Rain”
Prince made a huge splash in his movie debut, playing a Detroit musician struggling with family issues and internal band strife as his own star begins to rise. Food trucks will be on-site.
King Gillette Ranch, Malibu

Sept. 6
“La La Land”
In this Oscar-winning musical, a pianist (Ryan Gosling) and an actress (Emma Stone) fall in love while pursuing their dreams in Los Angeles. Food trucks will be on-site at this drive-in screening.
Brandeis-Bardin campus, Simi Valley

Sept. 7
Doors tribute at The Oaks
Wild Child celebrates the mystical music of Jim Morrison and the Doors during a drive-in concert presented by the Thousand Oaks Acorn and The Oaks mall. Classics like “Riders on the Storm,” “Break on Through” and “Hello, I Love You” are sure to be on the set list. The 90-minute show features amplified sound and no intermission. Bring picnic items or order take-out from restaurants at The Oaks; alcohol not permitted. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Use keyword ‘WildChild’ when registering.
The Oaks mall, east parking lot across from Olive Garden, Thousand Oaks

Dave Brock will perform with Doors tribute band Wild Child in a drive-in concert on Labor Day at The Oaks mall. Courtesy of CRPD

Sept. 7
Gerald Seib
The Wall Street Journal’s Washington editor discusses his new book, “We Should Have Seen It Coming: From Reagan to Trump—A Front Row Seat to a Political Revolution.” The virtual conversation is presented by the Reagan Library in Simi Valley.

Sept. 7
“Music of the Knights”
Rubicon Theatre Company celebrates the royally entertaining tunes of three British knights: Paul McCartney, Elton John and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Singer David Burnham, “Jesus Christ Superstar” icon Ted Neeley and “Phantom of the Opera” stars Teri Bibb and Davis Gaines will bring tunes like “Hey Jude,” “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” and “The Phantom of the Opera” to life during this drive-in concert.
Ventura County Fairgrounds parking lot, Ventura

Sept. 10
Picnic in the Park
Join the Conejo Recreation & Park District and Conejo Chamber of Commerce every Thursday in September for an al fresco, socially-distanced dining experience that supports local eateries, starting with Barone’s Pizza and Smokin’ Steve’s Barbecue. Must preorder online.
Conejo Creek North Park, Thousand Oaks

Sept. 10
Metalachi
The Los Angeles quintet, which calls itself the “world’s first and only heavy metal mariachi band,” wants to rock your face off by mixing hard-driving classics by Metallica and Slayer with traditional mariachi standards by Vicente Fernandez and Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlan.
Ventura County Fairgrounds parking lot, Ventura

Sept. 10-13
“Annie”
Rubicon Theatre’s Summer Youth Program performs this classic musical about a red-headed orphan looking for a home. Coree Kotula plays Annie, Anna Demaria is Miss Hannigan and Frank Gress portrays Daddy Warbucks. Stream it on demand through Sept. 13.

Sept. 11
Billy Idol tribute
You’ll be crying for more, more, more when tribute band Generation Idol starts playing hits like “Rebel Yell,” “Eyes Without a Face,” “White Wedding” and “Dancing With Myself” during this drive-in concert.
Oxnard Performing Arts and Convention Center parking lot, Oxnard

Sept. 12
The Long Run
The tribute band salutes the music of the Eagles, from “Lyin’ Eyes” to “Heartache Tonight.” This drive-in show is part of The Canyon’s Carpool Jam concert series.
Oxnard Performing Arts and Convention Center parking lot, Oxnard

Sept. 12
Stand Up for Kids Gala
Presented via livestream, this 18th annual fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley includes shared stories, performances from club members and the recognition of individuals who have made a significant impact on the organization. Proceeds benefit the clubs, which support more than 4,300 youths in Ventura and Los Angeles counties.

Sept. 12
Hope and Light
Interface Children & Family Services’ virtual gala features silent and live auctions, interviews with Interface staff and music by the Westlake High School Alumni Choir and REO Speedwagon’s Kevin Cronin. Residents can pre-order dinner and cocktails to enjoy during the event.

Sept. 12
A Taste of Camarillo Live Auction
This online-only event helps raise money for local charities supported by Meadowlark Service League, which was forced to cancel its biggest fundraiser of the year, A Taste of Camarillo, due to COVID-19.

Sept. 12-13
“The Missing Fairy Light”
The children’s theater group A Faery Hunt presents a virtual screening of this musical film about the search for the Faery Queen’s enchanted necklace.

Sept. 12-13
“Gulf View Drive”
In the final play of Arlene Hutton’s “Nibroc” trilogy, May and Raleigh’s peaceful home is turned upside-down when Raleigh’s cheerless mother arrives for an open-ended visit. Rubicon Theatre is streaming the play at 7 p.m. Sept. 12 and 2 p.m. Sept. 13.

Sept. 13
“Silver Linings and Songs of Resilience & Change”
Five-Star Theatricals drive-in concert promises an evening of “uplifting” music from Trent Mills, Brittany Anderson, Jonalyn Saxer, Melissa Lyons, Casey Comstock and Mitchell Johnson.
Palm Garden Hotel, Thousand Oaks

Sept. 13
Regulo Caro
Radio Lazer presents a triple bill featuring Mexican singer-songwriter Regulo Caro, SoCal norteño quintet Los Originales de San Juan and regional Mexican group Jesus Ojeda y sus Parientes. This drive-in concert is part of the Concerts in Your Car series.
Ventura County Fairgrounds parking lot, Ventura

Courtesy of CLU

Sept. 13
“Conversations: Korean Oral Histories & Folk Music”
Undergraduate student Courtney Buchanan and grandmother Katie Lee share their histories, traditions and culture in this film, produced by Cal Lutheran University as part of Thousand Oaks’ One County, One Book program. CLU music faculty members Keum Hwa and Soon Kim will perform two Korean folk songs and an original song by an ancestor.

Sept. 13
“George Gershwin Alone”
Hershey Felder brings the famed composer to life in this play with music presented live from Florence, Italy, by Ventura’s Rubicon Theatre Company and other arts organizations. The livestreamed broadcast incorporates some of the composer’s best-known songs, including “The Man I Love,” “Someone to Watch Over Me” and “Rhapsody in Blue.”

Sept. 14
Sarah Huckabee Sanders
The former White House press secretary discusses her new book, “Speaking for Myself: Faith, Freedom, and the Fight of Our Lives Inside the Trump White.” The virtual talk, presented by the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, is free; signed copies of the book are $35.99.

Sept. 15
Mike Pompeo

The Secretary of State takes part in the virtual launch of the Reagan Library’s new Center for Freedom and Democracy, which was created to evaluate U.S. efforts to advance freedom and examine how that quest is being both helped and hampered by high-tech advancements like social media and artificial intelligence.

Sept. 15
Four at Four Forum
Joe Garner, a bestselling author and former Disney screenwriter, teams up with Michael Ashley, a bestselling ghostwriter, to lead a 40-minute online forum titled “So You Want to Write a Book?” 4 p.m. Sept. 15.

Sept. 16
Heroes of Hospice
Novelist/travel writer Pico Iyer, a close confidant of the Dalai Lama for more than four decades, reflects on the “opportunities that might lie hidden within this season of sadness” when he speaks at Hospice of Santa Barbara’s online Heroes of Hospice event, which is honoring individuals and organizations for their work related to COVID-19. Honorees are Steve Ortiz, president and CEO of United Way of Santa Barbara County, who will receive the Philanthropy Award; Liliana Encinas and Jose Fierros, who will get the Partnership Award; Zoomers to Boomers, which will receive the Volunteer Award; and Dr. Lynn Fitzgibbons, who will be presented with the Medical Award.

Sept. 16
Exploring Antarctica
Dr. Kathleen Roos discusses the frozen continent during a virtual talk presented by the Channel Islands Maritime Museum in Oxnard.

Sept. 17
“The Future of Work: Automation and Employment”
Are traditional methods of identifying, developing and retaining an organization’s best employees still appropriate in the age of digitalization, artificial intelligence and robotization?  Cal Lutheran University’s Executive Talent Management Forum ponders the question in this online presentation.

Sept. 17
U2 tribute
Joe Hier, who got to sing “The Sweetest Thing” with Bono and U2 at the L.A. Forum in 2015, is the lead singer of Hollywood U2, a tribute band that’s performing a livestreamed concert from The Canyon in Agoura Hills. Expect
hits like “Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me,” “Vertigo” and “One.”

Sept. 17
Robby Krieger
The Doors guitarist performs a drive-in concert that is sure to feature Doors hits and tunes from his latest solo album, “The Ritual Begins at Sundown.” Attendees must stay inside/by their vehicle; they can sit in folding chairs by their vehicle but must wear a face covering and maintain social distancing.
Ventura County Fairgrounds parking lot, Ventura

Sept. 18
Metallica tribute
Hits like “Enter Sandman” and “One” will come hard and heavy when tribute band Masters of Puppets performs a drive-in concert.
Oxnard Performing Arts and Convention Center parking lot, Oxnard

Sept. 18
Book Talk: “The Opium Lord’s Daughter”
Author Robert Wang discusses his historical fiction novel in a free online talk presented by the UCLA Center for Chinese Studies.

Sept. 18
“Coco”
In this animated musical tale from Disney/Pixar, an aspiring young musician named Miguel journeys to the magical land of his ancestors. Food trucks will be on-site. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
King Gillette Ranch, Malibu

Sept. 18
Michael Jackson tribute
The 14-piece Foreverland band mixes early Jackson 5 hits and latter-day Michael Jackson masterpieces at this drive-in show. Group members, including the three lead vocalists, don’t attempt impersonations; rather, they focus on“honoring his incredible music.”
Ventura County Fairgrounds parking lot, Ventura

Moorpark residents eat pizza in the back of their truck before the start of the movie at Drive in Movies in the Park presented by the City of Moorpark. Photo by Richard Gillard/ACORN NEWSPAPERS

Sept. 19
“Frozen II”
Climb into your car and journey into the chilly unknown as Elsa and Anna tangle with the elemental spirits of Earth, Fire, Water and Air. This Disney sequel, part of Moorpark’s drive-in Movies in the Park series, grossed over $1 billion worldwide.
Arroyo Vista Community Park, Moorpark

Sept. 19
Punk Rock Carpool Jam
Powerhouse Simi Valley band Pulley, led by original members Scott Radinsky and Mike Harder, headline a punk rock drive-in concert featuring Stalag 13 from Oxnard, Bad Samaritans and Sidekick.
Oxnard Performing Arts and Convention Center parking lot, Oxnard

Sept. 19
Thousand Oaks BrewFest
The Thousand Oaks Kiwanis Club’s ninth annual fundraiser is going virtual this year. To take part in the craft beer fest, order a Festival Box packed with snacks, a collector’s glass and brews from 14 Cannons, Five Threads, Braveheart Brewing, Figueroa Mountain and Pedals & Pints. The featured beer is Tarantula Hill’s 4Sam3 golden ale honoring the late Sgt. Ron Helus. As you sip and nosh, watch the Brew- Fest’s livestream featuring comedy by Jason Love, music by Ignition, trivia and live and silent auctions.

Sept. 19
“Get Out”
In this Oscar-nominated horror film, a young Black man uncovers a disturbing secret when he meets the family of his white girlfriend. Food trucks will be on-site. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
King Gillette Ranch, Malibu

Sept. 19
“Saturday Afternoon Live”
Actor Michael Worden leads an online “Intro to Improv” class presented by Conejo Players Theatre in Thousand Oaks. For ages 14 and up. Free, but donations are accepted.

Sept. 19-20
“A Song”
Taylor Figins’ new one-act play with music is about a young Black man named Gil struggling to find peace and purpose in a world wracked by civil unrest, racial injustice and the coronavirus pandemic. Rubicon Theatre is
livestreaming the play.

Sept. 19 and 22
“Macbeth”
Thirteen young performers from Rubicon Theatre’s Fearless Shakespeare program are featured in this online re-broadcast of the Bard’s epic tragedy about a Scottish general who murders the king, ascends to the throne and is
destroyed by guilt and paranoia.

Sept. 20
Walk 3 to 9
Take part in a virtual 3-, 6- or 9-mile walk, run or dance to raise money for the Dr. Susan Love Foundation and help put an end to breast cancer. Participants receive a shirt, walker bib and a social media toolkit. 8 a.m. Sept. 20.

Sept. 20
“La La Land”
In this Oscar-winning musical, a pianist (Ryan Gosling) and an actress (Emma Stone) fall in love while pursuing their dreams in Los Angeles. Food trucks will be on-site at this drive-in screening.
King Gillette Ranch, Malibu

Photo by Richard Gillard/ACORN NEWSPAPERS

Sept. 20
Walk 3 to 9
Take part in a virtual 3-, 6- or 9-mile walk, run or dance to raise money for the Dr. Susan Love Foundation and help put an end to breast cancer. Participants receive a shirt, walker bib and a social media toolkit.

Sept. 22
The Power of Opera
Los Angeles Opera’s Steve Kohn discusses how opera can lift your spirits, and soprano Alaysha Fox performs, during the New West Symphony League’s latest “Pleasure of Your Company” online presentation.

Sept. 23
“The Rocky Horror Picture Show”
Throwing toast might be frowned upon—we’re in a pandemic, after all—but go ahead and snap those rubber gloves all you want during the drive-in screening of this gender-bending cult musical.
Ventura County Fairgrounds parking lot, Ventura

Sept. 23-25
California Native American Day Celebration
The 53rd annual event is going virtual this year with online performances showcasing songs and dances, comedy performances, cooking demos and legislative updates from tribal nations in Southern California and across the state. This year’s theme is “Healing Nations: Protecting Elders, Women and Children.”

Sept. 24
Gordon Goodwin’s Little Phat Band
The Ventura Music Festival presents a swingin’ jazz concert led by Thousand Oaks pianist/sax player Gordon Goodwin. The group plays everything from covers everything from Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” to the cartoon-inspired “Hunting Wabbits 3.”Attendees must stay inside or by their vehicle; if they sit in chairs next to their vehicle, they must wear a face covering and maintain social distancing.
Ventura County Fairgrounds parking lot, Ventura

Sept. 25
Drive-in Comedy Show
Ian Bagg went to school to become an explosives engineer but wound up becoming a stand-up star instead. The Canadian-born comic will be joined at this show by Jen Murphy. John Wynn hosts. Copa Cubana offers a catered meal.
Oxnard Performing Arts and Convention Center parking lot, Oxnard

Sept. 25
Cypress Hill
The groundbreaking Latin hip-hip group performs hits like “Insane in the Brain,” “Throw Your Set in the Air” and “Dr. Greenthumb,” plus songs from their latest album, 2018’s “Elephants on Acid,” during a pair of drive-in
concerts at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m.
Ventura County Fairgrounds parking lot, Ventura

Sept. 25-26
Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation
The foundation’s Gold Ribbon Campaign to raise funds and awareness for pediatric cancer includes a silent auction featuring a two-night stay in Palm Springs, a Field and Fort gift basket, children’s formalwear from Macy’s, items from Gucci and Prada and a chance to get Tim Allen to record your outgoing voicemail.

Sept. 25-27
“20 Questions”
A game of questions leads to surprising answers in Allie Costa’s two-person romantic comedy, which is being performed virtually by Oxnard’s Elite Theatre Company.

Sept. 26

Virtual Wag ’n Walk
Animal Rescue Volunteers’ annual Wag ’n Walk fundraiser at Rancho Simi Community Park is being turned into a virtual event this year due to COVID-19.

Sept. 26
Journey tribute
Journey cover band Don’t Stop Believin’ performs Top 10 hits like  “Only the Young,” “Be Good to Yourself,” “Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)” and “Open Arms” during this drive-in concert.
Oxnard Performing Arts and Convention Center parking lot, Oxnard

Sept. 26
“Polite Conversations and Wine”
In Michael Perlmutter’s new memory play, performed online by Camarillo
Skyway Playhouse, Alice and Lisa are young, married and ready to plunge into
motherhood. To celebrate, they invite their mothers over for a party. What
could possibly go wrong?

Sept. 26 and 29
“Journey of the Noble Gnarble”
Sixteen kids, ages 5 to 12, from Rubicon Theatre’s Stinky Feet Theatre Workshop perform this story about a little creature living at the bottom of the sea who dreams of someday seeing the sky above the ocean. Watch a
rebroadcast at 2 p.m. Sept. 26 and 29.

Sept. 26 to 29
“Voices of America”
Rubicon Theatre Company’s concert contemplates conflict, crisis, hope and healing. It mixes songs (“America the Beautiful,” with additional lyrics by Peter, Paul and Mary member Noel Paul Stookey), poetry (by Maya Angelou,
Langston Hughes, Walt Whitman) and a memorial tribute to Peter Hunt, the Tony-winning director of the musical “1776.” Performers include Stephen Schwartz (creator of “Wicked”), George Ball, Amanda McBroom, William
Daniels, Lauren Patten and Brian Stokes Mitchell. Watch it on-demand Sept. 26 to 29.

Sept. 29
“How Harmony Heals”

The New West Symphony League presents a virtual workshop about the ways music can help tune the mind and body.

Sept. 30
Matt Pottinger
In a virtual conversation presented by the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, the deputy national security adviser will discuss the United States’ increasingly tense relationship with China.

*Due to COVID-19, changes in scheduling may occur. Please visit websites for exact details. 

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