Stacey Zarazua, Ventura Recreation Manager, speaks with Sandra Siepak about local parks and recreation opportunities.
The Ventura Botanical Gardens (VBG) is a 109 acre world-class site with spectacular views of the California coastline, verdant agricultural vistas, the Channel Islands and Ojai’s Topa Topa peak.
Jonell McLain speaks with MB Hanrahan about the Ventura Botanical Gardens.
The Director of Ventura’s Parks/Recreation and Community Partnerships Department, Nancy O’Connor, speaks with Our Ventura TV host, Sandra Siepak.
Ventura Community Recreation Division Manager, Judy Devine, speaks with Our Ventura TV host, Sandra Siepak. In this discussion, Devine provides an overview of the parks and recreation opportunities for youth, adults and seniors in Ventura, CA.
Doug Halter is a Board Member of the Ventura Botanical Gardens. In this interview with Our Ventura TV host, Lyn Fairly, he discusses the founding of the nonprofit Ventura Botanical Gardens and its development since 2005.
Many people regularly visit Foster Park for camping, hiking and picnics along the Ventura River. However, the nearby town of Foster Park was bulldozed and replaced by Highway 33 in the mid-1960’s.
Stacey Zarazua discusses the Ventura Aquatic Center with Our Ventura TV host, Marlyss Auster. The aquatic center features a 50 meter competition pool, a 25 meter recreation pool, an activity pool, and two water slides. The Ventura Aquatic Center is
President of the Ventura Botanical Gardens, Doug Halter, speaks about the progress and plans regarding the Ventura Botanical Gardens. Ultimately the gardens will represent the earth’s five Mediterranean climate zones. Additionally, the gardens will serve as public gathering areas and
Ventura Youth Programs Supervisor, Mario Robinson, talks about the City of Ventura’s Parks and Recreation Department, with Our Ventura host, Elena Brokaw.