About The Holiday Homes

Learn more about this year’s must-see properties that will be adorned with floral inspirations created by local designers.

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This historical landmark in Ojai’s charming neighborhood, the Arbolada, designed by George Washington Smith, is a classic example of the Spanish Colonial Revival style reminiscent of simple Andalusian farmhouses. Commissioned by Edward Drummond Libbey in the early 1920s as “Spec House A” the house has hosted many fascinating residents, including mafioso Jimmy (the Weasel) Fratiano, the Huyler family of chocolate factory renown, and the son of spy novelist John LeCarre.

Owners Tiese and Robert Quinn describe it in more picturesque terms – ¨elegant simplicity.¨ There is a feeling of understated sophistication with many original architectural details such as the tile roof over high beam ceilings, polished rich wood and old world imported Spanish tile floors that grace the rooms of the home.

The Native American-themed art throughout creates the perfect artistic atmosphere. There are bronzes in several rooms by Allan Houser, Cyrus Edwin Dallin, and Charles Russell. On the walls are a watercolor by actor/artist Buck Taylor and oils by Z.S. Liang as well as local favorite and friend of the owners, Sharon Butler. 

The upstairs, now the master suite, has been created from the two original upstairs rooms. Looking down from the wrought iron balcony, or passing through the trio of French doors below, you feel transported to the Spanish countryside. The centerpiece courtyard fountain, adorned by bright Tunisian tiles imported from Spain 100 years ago, welcomes you to a tranquil setting. A saltwater pool is lined with tile by local artisans RTK Tiles.  A separate weaving studio completes the sanctuary, making it the ideal home for the owners, who moved to Ojai after instantly falling in love with a picture as seen in a magazine. When you see this beautiful abode, you will understand why!

Footnotes from the owners Tiese & Bob Quinn:

SPEC HOUSE “A” — Passing through the wrought iron gate covered by Cecil Brunner roses opens a view of the front of the house sheltered by the majestic oaks which fill the property.  For many years this property was known as “Kathy’s Oaks” for the daughter of Harry Finley, a successful Beverly Hills florist who owned the property at the time.  Many long time Ojai residents still refer to the property this way.  The Peace Guy quietly watches visitors approach.

The approach to the house is on original brick walkways passing the fountain which was placed in front of the covered cloister and the front door.  Although the jar on the fountain is not original, the tile is just as placed in 1921 – 1922 when the house was built.  This tile, along with that of the living room floor and the tile which circles the living room, is original to the house and already old when imported from Spain for the home.

On the east side of the cloister is one of two Hillside Pottery vases belonging to the owners.  Hillside Pottery was a local company located up Foothill Road.  Adjacent to the entry is the official plaque for Ojai Historical Landmark No. 16.  At the west end of the cloister is a bronze sculpture by Francisco Zuniga.

LIVING ROOM — Enter one of the three sets of French doors facing the cloister to be met by the expanse of living room that remains as designed by George Washington Smith with its vaulted and beamed ceiling and fireplace, protected by the large bronze created by Cyrus Edwin Dallin in 1910, called “The Scout.”  The large collection of Native American art is visible throughout the home, much of which is historical.  In a place of honor over the fireplace is an oil painting by contemporary artist, Z.S. Liang, while an oil by Roy Anderson on the facing wall provides a splash of color and action.  An antique bronze of wolves is supported by a Stickley Library Table, one of several pieces in the living room handed down from the owner’s grandparents.

LIBRARY — This cozy room was added in about 1996 along with the three bedrooms and two baths behind it.  Although designed to complement the original, it is just enough different to not be confused as original to the house.  The room contains an oil collage by local artist and friend Sharon Butler which is over the fireplace and an oil by Francis Livingston over the couch. 

DINING ROOM — Featuring French doors to the patio and many gardens, the dining room showcases the Steven Handelman lighting fixtures which are throughout the house, the small alcove with a 17th century figure, a printer’s cabinet that was in the owner’s father’s print shop in Los Angeles, and an oil painting featuring Harvest by Tim Soliday over the Stickley sideboard.

The table is set for a time of harvest Thanksgiving during the period of the Harvest Moon.  Wedgwood China “Cream Color on Celedon,” Wallace sterling silver “Lily” from the early 1900’s and inherited from the owner’s grandmother, and Libbey “Mosque Rose” glassware also from early 1900 and hand cut in the basement of the Libbey Glass.  The owners always include an unused place setting for those who have walked on.

MASTER BEDROOM — The master suite was created from the two bedrooms and bathroom that originally were the only bedrooms in the home with the exception of the maid’s quarters.  A Billy Scheck oil faces the bed while dolls made by the owner’s mother during WWII are above the bed.  Over the bathtub is a painting by Bill Bender called Bringing home Christmas.  

OUTDOORS — The Pool is salt water and the pool tile is by local RTK Tile Studio.

After receiving the prestigious Rome Prize in 2008, architect Fred Fisher and his wife, Jennie Prebor, along with sons Henry and Eugene, spent a transformative year in Rome. Returning to Los Angeles, they found nine acres with an olive grove hidden away at the edge of Ojai with gorgeous mountain and valley views that inspired them to choose the site despite its derelict condition. While the house was being planned Jennie established a store on the Arcade, BlancheSylvia, and the boys attended Ojai Valley School.

This is the home a renowned architect designs for his own family – an oasis of comfort for their friends as well as a gorgeous venue for community fundraisers.  The three-story “box on a hill.” covered with rusted corrugated metal, is reminiscent of the Tuscan villas on hilltops that left such an impression on them. From this perch, the views on all sides are breathtaking, and the light dances throughout – the perfect spot to savor a Pink Moment.

Unique touches abound in every corner – brightly colored rugs and pillows delight the eye, accenting the bright primary colors – a fire-engine red kitchen island, custom cabinetry by artist Roy McMakin, a yellow Dutch door, and purple sofas.  The home is adorned with an eclectic collection of works by Ojai artists including John Nava, Guy Webster, and Beatrice Wood. The furnishings were carefully curated for aesthetics and ambiance. A cozy upstairs nook with fireplace and bookshelf-lined sitting area invites quiet reflection or family interaction. The laser-cut steel stair railing is a work of art in itself. A stargazing deck adjoins the bedroom. The home respects the ¨legacy¨ property that they are committed to preserve for the Ojai we all value so dearly.

Footnotes from the owners, Fred Fisher and Jennie Prebor:

ARTWORK — The Cougar & Bird painting in vestibule is by Tim Ebner, and the tapestry is by Ojai artist John Nava. The piece is a test weaving for a Commission in Princeton’s Firestone Library, for which we designed the renovation.

The flag is a family heirloom, an 1874 ensign. My great grandmother (Fred’s) was married under it. The map is a print of a high resolution scan made by the “Nolli Map project “ of University of Oregon and Stanford led by Erik Steiner. The photo on metal in the vestibule is by William Bailey and small Chuck Arnoldi by window.  

The green photo in the library is by Guy Webster & used for a Procol Harum album cover, next to Karl Blosfeld flower photo.  

Over the living room fireplace blue painting by Eric Orr. Pair of Donald Judd prints left of fireplace. Kim McCarty watercolors of boys in stairwell.

Ed Ruscha print over kitchen fireplace. Richard Hamilton print over library fireplace. Sam Watters ink drawings beside my desk. Marc Swanson drape sculpture over main bedroom fireplace. Guy Dill figure drawing next to our bed.

(Fred’s) My watercolor of house concept on black chest next to dining table. 

In 1929, Austen Pierpont designed this Spanish Colonial style home on four of the original 60 acres of Country Club Estates, to recreate the look of Santa Barbara in Ojai. Original owners Mary and Roger Bard, who christened the place La Tranquilidad, planted many oaks, as well as the pomegranate tree which still adorns the courtyard. Pierpont recreated the traditional Monterrey style of whitewashed walls, with balconies running the full length of the house in front and back. Large windows set in thick adobe walls make the bedrooms bright and offer splendid views of the scenic mountains and upper Ojai Valley, framed by lush trees and bright landscaping. Contrasting the white walls are dark hardwood floors and bannisters, built-in cabinetry and bold original tiles, all adding to the charm and authenticity of the home.

The house is currently home to Linda Granat. She and her late husband Frank purchased the home in 1991 when they were looking for a retreat from their life in New York where they own the legendary Knickerbocker Restaurant. Linda knew the minute she walked up to the house it was where she wanted to live. Around every corner are serendipitous spots inviting moments of peaceful respite or social gatherings – coffee patios, outdoor dining and picnic spots, book nook window seats, four swings suspended from huge trees – and stone pathways meandering in every direction, beckoning you to wander and discover. An old rock oven sits sentinel over the tranquil view, while notes from the Steinway grand piano waft on the breeze.

Linda has brought a bit of French flavor to the Spanish home, including a collection of French posters collected by her husband Frank. The poster once hung in their New York apartment but now lines the elegant stairwell of the home. Whimsical folk art adds color and charm to every room. Not far from the center of town, but feeling like miles away from everything, this iconic piece of Ojai architecture personifies its original name, La Tranquilidad.

Footnotes from the owner, Linda Granat:

The painting in the living room is by local Ojai artist Mick Reinman, also in the living room above the fireplace is a painting by Robert Guerra which we (Linda and late husband Frank) commissioned for that particular spot.

In the dressing room art by Ojai artist Elisse Pogofsky-Harris and her work is also in the dining room between the windows. 

ABOUT FRANK GRANAT — Born in San Francisco, Frank was the son of one of the founders of Granat Brothers Jewelers. After graduating from Stanford University in 1950, Frank went on to a long and successful career as a Broadway producer and restauranteur in New York City, establishing the famous Knickerbocker Bar & Grill. A favorite in Greenwich Village, the Knickerbocker was known for its jazz and was a favorite among many celebrities from Alec Baldwin and Chris Noth to Ben Stiller, Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon. 



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Meet the 2018 Holiday Home Tour Designers

Each year the Ojai Holiday Home Tour welcomes designers and florists, each of whom are assigned a home and tasked with bringing their own vision of décor and the holidays to life. This year (November 10-11), we have lined up the following designers Bruce Abbott, Angela’s Flowers, Carolyn Bennett of cdb gardens, Laurel Crary, Brooke Giannetti of Giannetti Home, and Ojai Blooms. If you haven’t yet purchased your tickets, call our box office at 805 646 2053, or go online here >>

Ojai Musicians Perform at the Ojai Holiday Home Tour

Helping get guests into the festive mood at the Ojai Holiday Home Tour will be performances by Ojai’s talented artists and ensembles, who have generously donated their time during the annual fundraising event. Enjoy music from a mix of performers during the weekend of November 16-17 at all the four homes throughout the day.

Saturday, November 16

Foothill Farms    
10 AM               Fern Barishman, piano
11 AM               Ray Magee and Friends, country western swing
1   PM               Joan Enguita Willingham, vocal
2   PM               Craig Lincoln, guitar vocal
3   PM               Fern Barishman, piano 

Tuscan Ranch 
10  AM              Paul Harkins, vocal & guitar
12  PM              Celtic Nut with Byle Family
2    PM                              

El Sombrero       
10  AM              Licity Collins, guitar & vocal
12  PM              Audrey McPherson, flute & Fran Malinoff, violin
2    PM              Zed Fries, guitar

Wall House          
10  AM             Sierra Farrar, violin
12  PM              Lorin Hart, vocal & guitar
2    PM              Ruby Skye, acoustic duo

Libbey Park 
10  AM             Santa Barbara Community Flute Ensemble
12  PM             Madrigali
2-3 PM             Lyra Quartet, vocal

Sunday, November 17

Foothill Farms   
10   AM             Timothy Pearson
12   PM             Fern Barishman, piano
2     PM             Lizzy Gilbert, flute     

Tuscan Ranch  
10    AM           Kylie Cloutier, flute
12    PM           Ray Magee and Friends, country western swing
2      PM           Babette and Bob, folk

El Sombrero     
10   AM            David Cosby, guitar
12   PM            Licity Collins, guitar & vocal
2     PM            Zed Fries, guitar

Wall House           
10  AM             Louis Grace, oboe
12  PM              Lorraine MacDonald, shamisen
2    PM              Sierra Farrar, violin  

Libbey Park
10  AM              Ruby Skye, acoustic duo
12  PM              Ray Sullivan, guitar
2    PM              Jess Wayne, vocal & guitar

**Schedule and artists subject to change **

Meet the 2017 Holiday Home Designers

Liz Samia Cohn, Forage Ojai

Elizabeth Samia Cohn is new to Ojai but not new to floral design. For the past 20 years, east coast to west coast, Elizabeth has been designing florals and event venues, and homes ranging from mountain bungalows to coastal interiors. She moved from Boston to Ventura County just three years ago and fell in love with Ojai. She recently purchased the floral design shop formerly known as Digs, and has transformed it into Forage, a beautiful juxtaposition of interior design and florals. 

Her work has been seen in Martha Stewart Weddings, Elle Décor, Style Me Pretty and many others. Some of her past clients have included Niche Media, Boston Red Sox, New England Patriots, and Neiman Marcus. Her design approach is to create a full experience for her clients using responsibly sourced florals and design elements, which has given her the opportunity to work in interior and exterior landscape construction, and design for luxury homes and commercial buildings.
Address: 25 Baldwin Road, Ojai, CA; Phone: (805) 646-3447; Web: forageojai.com

Louesa Roebeck, Foraged Flora

Louesa was born in the middle of Ohio in the middle of the 1960s. She grew up there and Kentucky. After studying printmaking at the Rhode Island School of Design she moved to California and began working at Chez Panisse, where she learned Californian culture and its beauty working closely with Erica Tanov. Louesa then went on to open August, a seminal fashion, art, and community hub which became an early proponent of the intersection of luxury apparel and green socially responsible textile practices. In 200, she returned to her lifelong love of foraged and gleaned floral work. 

She divides her time between the Bay Area and Los Angeles, and currently lived in Ojai. She has created floral installations for Vivienne Westwood, John Baldesarri, Michael Pollan, Alice Waters, and Carolyn Murphy for Vogue and House Beautiful. Her floral work has been featured in a number of national and international magazines and media, including Vogue, C magazine, Sunset, and Martha Stewart Living. Her latest venture, Foraged Flora (Ten Speed Press/Random House) is now available for purchase. 
Web: LouesaRoebuck.com


Janelle Kandziora, Janelle Interiors Design Showroom

Janelle is the owner and lead designer at Janelle Interiors Design Showroom in Ojai. She specializes in construction design, color consulting, custom furniture, lighting and much more. Janelle has a successful design career furnishing homes all over the greater Los Angeles area, Santa Barbara, and Palm Springs Desert communities.

Janelle received her BA from Metropolitan State University of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Her degree concentrations were specifically in Fine Arts, Art History and Psychology. Her career began with 550 Design of Minneapolis where she trained under a senior staff of highly experienced designers. Specializing in residential and hospitality design, her experience quickly brought her to Palm Desert, California in early 2004. Her desert career began with Ambiance Unlimited where she refined her residential design skills and completed the model homes for PGA West’s Greg Norman Estates Country Club. With an interest in construction design she then joined the luxurious Andalusia Country Club design team and assisted owners in the creation of their dream homes. In 2009 she then opened Janelle Interiors as an independent design corporation and has since designed homes in some of the desert’s premier clubs.

Relocating to Ojai in 2012 she opened up her design showroom where clients can view the extensive home furnishing resources. Janelle’s design approach is, “Simple but Elegant,” with attention to the planning of space and style. She prides herself in creating a look and feel that coincides with her clients
dream or vision in any project. 
Showroom: (805) 640-0194; Web: JanelleInteriors.com

Irma C. Murrillo, Angela’s Flowers

Angela’s Flowers was originally started by Angela Mc Elroy in Ventura. She decided to move to beautiful Ojai Valley, where she continued to live until recently. Angela then sold the business to Joanne Moore approximately in 1989, who owned it until about 2006, until she decided to sell it to friend Laurie Barnett who then sold it to Irma. Irma began working for Angela’s Flowers when she was just a sophomore at the local high school. It was her first job and honestly believes it will be her last. She loves what she does so much it doesn’t seem like work, and has been with the business for over 20 years. 
Address: 226 W Ojai Ave #102, Ojai; Phone: (805) 646-5404; Web: AngelasFlowersOjai.com


Be Prepared: Read The HHTM Fact Sheet


Here are several reminders to make your tour experience more enjoyable!

  • Your ticket is valid for either or both days (November 12-13) to visit each house once. Hours are 10am-4pm. 
  • Shuttle transportation will be provided to all homes. Shuttles will depart from Ojai Valley School (723 El Paseo Rd.) and San Antonio Elementary School (650 Carne Rd.) approximately every 20 minutes. Your ticket will have the locations of the shuttle stops. Last shuttle is 3:30pm. 
  • Homes may be visited in any order. Please keep in mind that the last shuttle will depart at 3:30pm and if you begin the tour in the late afternoon you may not be able to visit all the homes. 
  • The homes are not wheelchair accessible. If you have special needs, please contact Sherry at the Ojai Music Festival office for further information: 805-646-2094.
  •  Flat shoes are required and closed-toe shoes recommended. If you wear high-heeled shoes, you will be asked to remove your shoes. Booties will be distributed at the homes. 
  • Public restrooms will be available at the Holiday Marketplace at 703 El Paseo Rd. 
  • Children under the age of 12 will not be admitted into the homes
  • Docents will help guide the tour and answer any questions about the homes.
  •  There will be entertainment at various homes provided by students and Ojai musicians. 
  • Tickets will be sold during the weekend of the event at the Holiday Marketplace, located at 703 El Paseo Road and at the homes. Tickets will be $45 the day of the event. 
  • Please join us at the Holiday Marketplace, rain or shine! Admission is free and open to the public. Hours are Saturday 10am-5:30pm and Sunday 10:00am-4:30pm. 
  • There are no refunds on tickets. But if you turn your tickets back, we will issue a receipt to you for a tax-deductible donation in the amount of the value of your tickets.
  • In case of heavy rain, the event will be canceled. Your ticket will be considered a donation to the Ojai Music Festival.

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Meet the 2016 Ojai Holiday Home Designers

An essential part of the annual Ojai Holiday Home Tour is the festive inspirations created by the select floral designers who work with each homeowner. Meet the 2017 designers: 

Angela’s Flowers
Irma Murillo, owner 
Home: Carroll House 
Since 2010, Irma Murillo has been the proud owner of Angela’s Flowers although she had been working at the shop when she was just a sophomore attending Nordhoff High School. At that time, she learned from the original owner Joanne Moore. Irma has made Angela’s Flowers a continued success, nominated Best Florist in Ojai for several years in a row. She is a proud resident of the valley with her husband Juan Murillo, her children Carlos, Natali and Gabriel as well as her “adopted children,” her chinchilla Chinch and her cat Lulu.

Address: 226 W Ojai Ave #102
Phone: (805) 646-5404
Web: angelasflowersojai.com

Digs Design
Lynn Malone, owner
Home: El Toro 
lynn-malone-10-6-14_0013-correctedWith over 20 years managing fundraising events for various Ojai nonprofits including the Ojai Music Festival, Lynn Malone, owner and lead designer at Digs, has made an art of creating exquisite event designs on a budget, a befitting skill to help benefit the annual Holiday Home Look In fundraiser.

For the past three years, Digs has strived to bring joyous Holiday designs to showcased homes on the tour much to the delight of guests who were excited and inspired by creative décor for the holidays. This year, Lynn and her team look forward to embellishing a historic Spanish revival home steeped in rich memories of bygone eras. 

The Digs team is excited to work with the homeowners of the El Toro house to create holiday designs honoring the home’s historic significance, as well as the many fond memories of Christmases past as shared by the homeowner and the design team. Don’t be surprised to see a few that you grew up with too.  Departing from traditional reds and greens, however, this year’s designs will incorporate winter whites, and the bountiful fruits and greens of the season and of the property itself. You’ll see many of the lush landscape elements found on the property incorporated into the Holiday floral designs.

As has come to be expected of Team Digs, you’ll also be treated to a bit of whimsy and some modern holiday touches too, including, of course, “Grace,” our signature holiday mannequin who, once again, will be dressed in her finest Holiday greenery for the season. As always, Digs hopes to inspire excitement to decorate your home for the upcoming holidays. However, if time runs short for DIY decorating or gifting, we are always happy to help.  Some of the creations you’ll see on the tour will be available at Digs throughout the holiday season. 

Address: On the corner of Baldwin Road and Highway 33
Phone: (805) 646-3447
Web: YourDigsDesigns.com

Janelle Interiors Design Showroom
Janelle Kandziora, owner
Home: Ladera Ranch Home
Janelle is the owner and lead designer at Janelle Interiors Design Showroom in Ojai. She specializes in construction design, color consulting, custom furniture, lighting and much more. Janelle has a successful design career furnishing homes all over the greater Los Angeles area, Santa Barbara, and Palm Springs Desert communities. 

Her career began with 550 Design of Minneapolis where she trained under a senior staff of highly experienced designers. Specializing in residential and hospitality design, her experience quickly brought her to Palm Desert, California in early 2004. Her desert career began with Ambiance Unlimited where she refined her residential design skills and completed the model homes for PGA West’s Greg Norman Estates Country Club.  With an interest in construction design she then joined the luxurious Andalusia Country Club design team and assisted owners in the creation of their dream homes. In 2009 she then opened Janelle Interiors as an independent design corporation and has since designed homes in some of the desert’s premier clubs.

Relocating to Ojai in 2012 she opened up her design showroom where clients can view the extensive home furnishing resources. Janelle’s design approach is, “Simple but Elegant,” with attention to the planning of space and style. She prides herself in creating a look and feel that coincides with her clients dream or vision in any project.

Address: 987 W Ojai Ave
Showroom: (805) 640-0194
Email: [email protected]
Web: janelleinteriors.com

Passion Flowers
Michelle Rein, owner 
Home: Libbey House 

passion-flowersFounder and entrepreneur of Passion Flowers Ventura Michelle Rein has been passionate about flowers her whole life. In business for over 35 years, Michelle still loves creating with the gift of nature and all its colors and elements. Her shop is open daily and one of the great enjoyments is her customers. Besides the daily routine of the floral shop, Michelle loves working with clients for special events, celebrations, and tributes. Every piece is created heartfelt.

Address: 920 E Main St., Ventura
Phone: (805)641-1076
Web: passionflowersventura.com


Meet The 2015 Holiday Home Look In Designers

Each year the Holiday Home Look In welcomes local designers and florists, each of whom are assigned a home on the tour and tasked with bringing their own vision of décor and the holidays to life. This year, designers Digs Floral and Botanical Designs, Angela’s Flowers, Kitty Bartholomew, and Teri Formanek and Sandy Sylslack will be showcased. And if you haven’t yet purchased your tickets, you can do so online here >>

2015 Holiday Home Look In Musician Schedule


Oak View Sanctuary
10am – David Henderson, piano
12pm – Fern Barishman, piano and vocal
2pm – Ray Powers, keyboard

Rancho Sunset
10am – Rachel Holdt, vocal and ukelele
11am – Smitty and Julija, piano and vocal
1pm – David Cosby, guitar
3pm – Hatter’s Tea, guitar and vocal

Blue Heron

10am – Ray Sullivan, guitar
12pm – Bonnie Griffin, flute
2pm – Audrey McPherson and Dori Riggs, flute duet

Team Digs At Work


Lynn Malone and the design team at Digs Floral and Botanic Designs in Ojai is thrilled to once again put their talents and imagination to work for the Holiday Home Look In.  New to the tour last year, Digs went all out to create masterful holiday floral designs for a Rancho Matilija home. This year, the Digs design team returns by popular demand, to embellish  Blue Heron, another beautiful home in Rancho Matilija – this time with an array of multicultural holiday decor. When asked which holiday they would like to focus on, Digs’ designers agreed that they are truly inspired by them all. The florals throughout the home will honor several holiday traditions, some of which have roots in other parts of the world. The homeowner’s travels, experiences and interior design aesthetic have also inspired the floral décor.

Once again, Digs designers hope to inspire guests with unique decorating ideas for the upcoming holidays. And, if DIY is not your idea of holiday fun, their designers are always happy to be of assistance. Some of the creations you’ll see on the tour will be available at Digs throughout the Holiday Season.

Purchase tickets to the 19th Holiday Home Look In >>

Learn more about the houses featured on the tour >>

Thank You For Another Successful Holiday Home Look In & Marketplace!

Gridley exterior pink moment

With beautiful houses, incredible weather, and a record number of attendees, this year’s Holiday Home Look In and Marketplace weekend looks to be one of the most successful yet! Thank you to everyone who joined us to tour distinctive Ojai homes and supported the Festival and its BRAVO! music education program.

And special congratulations and thanks to the countless volunteers, and members of the Ojai Festivals Women’s Committee, who planned and produced the event:

Holiday Home Look In Committee

Event Chair:  Sharon McClung
Holiday Marketplace:  Joyce Greene, Lynn Munnikhuis
Creative Liaison: Susan Scott
House Acquisitions: Barbara Hirsch, Susan Scott, Aryna Swope
House Hostesses: Mary McConnel, Terry Royce
Docents:  Cheree Edwards, Shirley McClung, Joyce Robinson
Sponsorships: Susan Scott
Publicity:  Laura Reynolds
Marketing:  Merrill Williams
Editor and Treasurer: Rena Randall
Holiday Marketplace Ambiance: Christine Drucker
Advertising: Lynn Munnikhuis
Transportation: Don Law