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Pat Zumbrun
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Email Pat at patz4re@aol.com  
Cell: (805) 340-9338
BRE #01229401


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Email Dave  at zman4re@aol.com
Cell: (805) 340-9339
BRE #01227683

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Monthly Archives: January 2016

Weekday Ventura Group Walks Keep You in Shape

Need a fun way to stay in shape? Join one of the weekday Ventura group walks on Wednesdays near the Ventura Pier. They're FREE and open to everyone.Was getting in shape at the top of your New Year’s resolutions list?  You’re not alone.  Luckily, weekday Ventura group walks help keep you in shape.  Instead of working out in a stuffy gym, head outdoors with other like-minded individuals and take a hike.  It’s fun and it’s free.

Weekday Ventura Group Walks

What: Ventura Pier Walk
Where: Anacapa Brewing Co (472 Main St)
When: Wednesdays at 12pm
Cost: FREE
Contact: FreshRealm Facebook page

Do you work near the Ventura Pier?  Instead of grabbing a bite to eat at lunchtime, grab your walking shoes for one of the weekday Ventura group walks.  The group meets every Wednesday at noon right in front of the Anacapa Brewing Co.  Everyone then walks to the pier.  You can pick up lunch once you reach your destination or just stay for the afternoon.  It’s up to you.  No tickets or reservations are needed.  Just show up.

Click here to search for Ventura County homes for saleWhat: Ventura Evening Urban Hike
Where: Across the street from the Mission
When: Wednesdays at 6pm
Cost: FREE
Contact: Kurt Pressler (805) 643-5902

The second of the weekday Ventura group walks is not for the faint of heart.  This group meets up across the street from the Mission every Wednesday evening at 6pm.  That is where you’ll begin your 4 1/2 mile total trek that takes you up to Father Serra’s Cross.  You will have a chance to catch your breath as you gaze upon the beauty of the Channel Islands and Ventura Harbor.  Then, the group continues down the hill to the ocean, across the pier, traveling along the promenade and ending up back at the Mission.  Make sure you wear your best walking shoes and bring a bottle of water to stay hydrated.

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Ventura Botanical Gardens Sow in the New Year Event

Guests at the Ventura Botanical Gardens Sow in the New Year event will be spreading wildflower seeds along the hillside. Everyone is welcome.Was one of your New Year’s resolutions to start a garden this year?  Our Ventura community has the perfect climate to cultivate many different plants, fruits and vegetables.  You can learn all about them at the Ventura Botanical Gardens Sow in the New Year event this Saturday.

What: Ventura Botanical Gardens Sow in the New Year
Where: Ventura Botanical Gardens (Grant Park
When: Saturday, January 9th, 2016 9am to 11am
Cost: FREE
Contact: Ventura Botanical Gardens (805) 216-7173 or via email

Ventura Botanical Gardens Sow in the New Year

Search homes for sale in Ventura CountyThe Ventura Botanical Gardens Sow in the New Year event is meant to be a great way for families to get outdoors and learn more about nature.  Guests will be scattering wildflower seeds along the hillsides.  Be patient.  You will see the fruits of your labor this spring, when the hillsides explode in a plethora of color.  While you’re out soaking in the brisk sea air, you will learn more about plants that are native to our Southern California climate.  Other topics to be discussed include water conservation (a very hot topic in our drought-ridden state right now), how to control erosion of the soil and sustainability.  Any questions you have about the Ventura Botanical Gardens will be answered as well.

It’s been quite a soggy few days here in Southern California.  Looks like we’re going to get a bit of a break from it tomorrow.  But there is a chance of showers in the morning on Saturday.  Make sure you dress warmly but comfortably.  Leave the flip-flops at home.  Closed-toe shoes will be a much better choice.  Bring gardening gloves to protect your hands and a water bottle to stay hydrated.  Yes, even in cold, wet weather, you must always stay hydrated.

Have you ever visited the Ventura Botanical Gardens?  When?  What did you think of the grounds?  Please share your stories in the comments below.

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