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The instructors at Airealistic Circus & Flying know a thing or two about gravity, having defied it on behalf of Cirque de Soleil, De La Guarda, and Franco Dragone productions. For example, program director Carmen Curtis uses a foundation in gymnastics to elevate her cirque routines, which she showcases as a member of Airealistic Theater Company. These experiences grant her the expertise to lead her aerial classes, which are taught alongside gymanstics and yoga classes. Whether teaching family circus or acroyoga classes, all staff members prioritize safety as they introduce kids and adults to aerial apparatuses.

In addition to gymnastics, booty bar, and Vinyasa yoga sessions, the trainers teach AIReal Yoga, Acro and Tumbling, Hatha yoga, Power Barre, Barre Fitness, Contemporary Dance, Pilates and Afro-Brazilian Dance, believing that one's choice of style reflects his or her own unique character. Their aerial and acro-yoga variations also encourage students to test their notions about human flight in a noncompetitive setting. Each class incorporates a fitness component into its exhilarating routine, and the schedule includes classes at all times of day.

4476 Dupont Ct
Ventura,
CA
US

At Java Joe's, guests sip freshly made coffee drinks and graze baked goods, rummage through a collection of eclectic clothing and merchandise, and tap toes to live tunes. Baristas blend aromatic shots of espresso with frothy milk riddled with chocolaty notes to create a 16- or 20-ounce café mocha ($3.85–$4.25). Utilitarian cups of joe ($1.95 for 16 oz.; $2.25 for 20 oz.) fill mugs for on-the-go sippers and bulk beans ($13.95/lb.) allow customers to bring robust flavors and caffeine-jolts home. Pluck a pastry from a bakery filled with treats, such as scones ($2.45), chocolate-filled croissants ($2.95), and cheesecakes ($3.75) that quench food cravings and hush grumbling tummies like a swallowed Paul Simon 8-track.

2950 Johnson Dr
Ventura,
CA
US

The Band Buffet concert series unveils a luminous stage that becomes a magnet for uproarious applause and fist pumps as Pink Floyd and The Cars tribute bands blast throwback tunes during an all-day jam fest that benefits philanthropic endeavors. LA-based Which One’s Pink? celebrates the psychedelic sounds of Pink Floyd with a performance of the landmark prog-rock album Dark Side of the Moon, noted for its extended solos written by a refracting prism. Candy-O captures The Cars' signature lovelorn lyrics and peppy synthesizer beats during a set fueled by '80s cue-card classic such as "Just What I Needed" and "My Best Friend's Girl." Local rocker Brion Shearer warms up the stage with catchy pop-rock tunes and a novelty-size Christmas sweater. Between sets, audience members can browse the exciting prizes at the raffle, which benefits charitable organizations such as Donate Life/ Signatures Across America and South Coast Fellowship’s Open Hands Ministry food pantry.

26 South Chestnut Street
Ventura,
CA
US

Got Rhythm Dance and Performing Arts Center's instructors begin cultivating kids' balance and grace at a young age. Their predance classes welcome pupils as young as 2, the age when humans grow their first pair of legs. Toddlers bounce through the basics of ballet, tap, or hip-hop, as do older children and teens in dance classes. More seasoned students can also tackle contemporary dance or jazz.

2646 Palma Drive #340
Ventura,
CA
US

A frequent finalist for Best Comedy Club according to Ventura County Reporter's readers, Ventura Improv Company offers the only improv comedy in Ventura and has been eliciting chortles and guffaws with family-friendly farce for the past 21 years. The VIC's veteran comedic combatants perform unscripted comedy through scenes, games, and music created on the spot. The VIC performs shows such as Spontaneous Broadway, a full-length musical whose plot is conceived through audience suggestions, and TheatreSports Team Match, a two-team battle where competitors perform a challenge set by the host.

34 N Palm St
Ventura,
CA
US

At Java Joe's, guests sip freshly made coffee drinks and graze baked goods, rummage through a collection of eclectic clothing and merchandise, and tap toes to live tunes. Baristas blend aromatic shots of espresso with frothy milk riddled with chocolaty notes to create a 16- or 20-ounce café mocha ($3.85–$4.25). Utilitarian cups of joe ($1.95 for 16 oz.; $2.25 for 20 oz.) fill mugs for on-the-go sippers and bulk beans ($13.95/lb.) allow customers to bring robust flavors and caffeine-jolts home. Pluck a pastry from a bakery filled with treats, such as scones ($2.45), chocolate-filled croissants ($2.95), and cheesecakes ($3.75) that quench food cravings and hush grumbling tummies like a swallowed Paul Simon 8-track.

2950 Johnson Dr
Ventura,
CA
US