Ojai is a popular tourist town in the Ventura County. Ojai is situated in the Ojai Valley. The valley was home to the Chumash Indians. Ojai became a city in 1874. The original name was Nordhoff.
Ojai has a rich cultural life. It is home to many artist. There are many festivals throughout the year. And ending the season with the Ojai Days.
Ojai is a spa town with wonderful opportunities to relax in spas and parks or to enjoy nature in the Los Padres National Forest or Lake Casitas Recreational Area.
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Links About Ojai
The Ojai Valley News, Wikipedia - Ojai, Ojai Film Festival, Ojai Music Festival, Ojai Tennis Tournament, Ojai Shakespeare Festival, Ojai Wine Festival, Ojai Art Center, Ojai Day, Los Padres National Forest, Lake Casitas Recreational Area, Taste of Ojai, Ojai Concierge, Ojai Center For The Arts - Theater, Theater 150, Garrett Lemire memorial Grand Prix
Beatrice Wood Center For
The he history of the Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts is largely the story of Happy Valley. The Center is closely affiliated to the Besant Hill School (formerly the Happy Valley School). You can find in the Beatrice Wood Center For the Art regular exhibition (see schedule), artist workshops and performances.
Auberge at Ojai, Azu Mediterranean Tapas Bar & Deli, Boccali's Pizza and Pasta, Bodee's Restaurant, Feast Bistro of Ojai, Giorgio's -- The Pizza, Sub and Sports Bar of Ojai, California, Iron Pan Bistro, Jimmy's Pub, Los Caporales Restaurant, Maravilla Restaurant, Movino Wine Bar & Gallery, Oak Cafe Restaurant, Ojai Café Emporium, Sea Fresh Seafood Ojai, Suzanne's Cuisine, The Farmer and the Cook, The Ranch House
Best Western Casa Ojai, Blue Iguana Inn, Emerald Iguana Inn, Hummingbird Inn, Lavender Inn, Oakridge Inn, Ojai Capri Motel, Ojai Rancho Inn, Ojai Retreat, Ojai Valley Inn & Spa, Su Nido Inn, The Oaks, Theodore Woolsey House
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