reagan library

It’s the most visited museum on the Central and South Coasts, attracting visitors from around the world since it opened nearly 30 years ago.  The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley has hosted world leaders, presidential debates, and is the final resting place of President Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan. 

A major South Coast museum closed by the coronavirus crisis reports that it’s been flooded by calls because of incorrect reports that it’s been permanently closed. The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley closed because of coronavirus concerns on March 13th. At the time, officials said the closure would be indefinite, because no one knows when it will be safe to reopen.

The coronavirus crisis has led to a number of new museum closures on the Central and South Coasts. The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley announced it is now closed, and will remain closed through at least March 31st. The Santa Barbara Museum of Art has closed its doors through at least April 20th.

The Chairman of the Ventura County based Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation is in Germany, to help commemorate the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Fredrick Ryan was part of ceremonies unveiling a new seven foot tall, 800 pound statue of the late president. It’s located on the rooftop terrace of the U.S. Embassy in Berlin which overlooks the Brandenberg Gate.

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A 400 acre brush fire has forced some evacuations in eastern Ventura County.

No homes have been reported damaged by the Easy Fire, which is between Simi Valley and Moorpark.

It started just after 6 a.m. Wednesday near Easy Street, and has pushed south along Highway 23, in the hills by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.

A new exhibition on the South Coast answers a two thousand year old question: What happened to two lost cities in Egypt? Nearly 300 artifacts make up a new one of a kind exhibition at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley.

He’s a rock star in the worlds of art, and science. People are flocking to see a new exhibition on the South Coast highlighting his creativity. Yet, this year marks the 500th anniversary of his death. The vision, and genius of Leonardo da Vinci are being celebrated with a new exhibition at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, called “The World of da Vinci.”

A new cutting edge exhibition uses hologram technology to bring President Ronald Reagan back to life in Ventura County. The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library has been looking at the hologram idea for four years, and it took nearly two years of actual work to make it happen. The new exhibition features three hologram scenes.

Crews are putting the finishing touches on a new exhibition in Ventura County which takes you back more than 2,000 years in time.

It gives you a taste of one of the most famous disasters in history. The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley is hosting the massive new exhibition “Pompeii.”

The U.S. Secretary of State is going to speak in Ventura County later this week.

Mike Pompeo is scheduled to appear at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, where he is expected to talk about the U.S. role in supporting Iran.

It’s a big week for some Ventura County high school students headed to places like Yale, UCLA, and USC.

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation awarded a total of $50,000 in scholarships to 16 students in the county. 

The high school seniors were honored for their leadership and character in high school.  The Reagan Foundation has been awarding scholarships to college bound students in the county for nearly two decades.

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There’s a special exhibit this weekend on the South Coast that honors service men and women who lost their lives during the War On Terror.

It’s the National Remembering Our Fallen Exhibit at the Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley.

Gold Star mother Noala Fritz, who lost her son Jacob in 2007, is traveling with this national memorial.

The accuracy of what comes from the news media is going to be the focus of a major forum in Ventura County.

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and the Lyndon Johnson Presidential Library are teaming up with Pepperdine University to present “Truth and The News: A Media Literacy Forum.”

The May 6th event at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley will include a number of different sessions related to the subject, as well as speakers from Capitol Public Radio, CNN, the Los Angeles Times, and university professors.

He’s run billion dollar investment companies, served as Chief of Staff for a presidential cabinet member, and written pieces for the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and other major publications.

If you’ve ever been to a major event at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, the odds are good this man is the person who welcomed the crowd, and introduced the event or guest speaker.

Former President George W. Bush is speaking in Ventura County tonight.

Bush is talking about his new book, “Portraits of Courage: A Commander in Chief’s Tribute to America’s Warriors” during an appearance at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, in Simi Valley.

It’s the third book for America’s 43rd President, and is a tribute to those who volunteered to serve America in uniform after 9/11. Tickets are no longer available for the lecture, with Library officials saying it’s sold out.