Where to Volunteer In and Around the Conejo Valley
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With the new year comes new opportunities to give. If you are looking to volunteer in the Conejo Valley, you’ve…

Where to Volunteer In and Around the Conejo V…
Pet Spotlight
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by Helen Hartel

Dallas is a two-and-a-half-year-old male pit bull that was loved by his family but had trouble getting along with…

Pet Spotlight: Choose Dallas As Your One and …
Conejo Community Outreach
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The concept for Conejo Community Outreach (CCO) was born in September of 2015 out of a desire to give back to…

Philanthropic Moms Band Together to Give Back…
Photo of the Week
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Recognize this view? It's the 101 entering the Conejo Valley.

Have a favorite view of your own you'd like to share?…

Photo of the Week: The Road Home
Pet Spotlight
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by Helen Hartel

Cuteness alert! This beyond-adorable Chihuahua is Ben! At nine years old, he arrived at the shelter as a…

Pet Spotlight: Lil’ Ben is Looking for a Home
MomFair Empowers Moms in the Workforce
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Finding a new career or starting a business can be daunting for anyone, but it's particularly challenging for moms who've…

MomFair Empowers Moms in the Workforce
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Where to Volunteer In and Around the Conejo Valley

Where to Volunteer In and Around the Conejo Valley

With the new year comes new opportunities to give. If you are looking to volunteer in the Conejo Valley, you’ve come to the right place. We are keeping a running list of volunteer opportunities throughout the area. Have we missed someone? Please let us know if you have volunteer opportunities you’d like to be listed. […]

Weekend Guide:  Wilderness Survival, Rein of Terror and Valentine’s Day Fun!

Weekend Guide: Wilderness Survival, Rein of Terror and Valentine’s Day Fun!

So much fun, so little time! Here are our Happening’s picks for the weekend and as always, don’t forget to check out our calendar daily for lots of fresh ideas.      A Bit of Local History Walk at Santa Monica Mountains Interagency Visitor Center: Take a leisurely stroll around the visitor center and adjacent grounds while we learn […]

Pet Spotlight: Choose Dallas As Your One and Only

Pet Spotlight: Choose Dallas As Your One and Only

by Helen Hartel Dallas is a two-and-a-half-year-old male pit bull that was loved by his family but had trouble getting along with the other dogs living with him. It seems that he was be meant to be an “only child,” wanting his people all to himself. Here are some things you should know about Dallas: He is […]

This Week in Astrology With Nick Newmont: February 11-16, Valentine’s Day

This Week in Astrology With Nick Newmont: February 11-16, Valentine’s Day

by Nick Newmont   This Sunday love is in the air as Cupid’s arrow is released. It will explode, sending streams of fiery love and passion like fireworks across the sky showering romance upon the world. What, is this a Hallmark commercial? Nope. This celebration of love is not a contrived excuse for people to buy […]

So easy for toddlers to mouth every two seconds, but such a tough word to master for adults.

The Money Savvy Mommy: Know When to Say “No”

by Mira Reverente At the beginning of the year, I deliberately shied away from making New Year’s resolutions–not to be a rebel, although I have a bit of that in me. Instead, I just made a promise to myself to eat cleaner, hike more, work smarter and practice saying “no.” No? So easy for toddlers […]

Philanthropic Moms Band Together to Give Back to Community

Philanthropic Moms Band Together to Give Back to Community

The concept for Conejo Community Outreach (CCO) was born in September of 2015 out of a desire to give back to the community by a group of local moms who all met online through social media channels. The initial idea was to create a Thanksgiving food drive for which volunteers would gather food to distribute to […]

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Lindero Canyon Middle School Named ‘Model’ School

Lindero Canyon Middle School in Agoura Hills has been named a model middle school by the Department of Education’s “School’s to Watch” program, according to a report in the Ventura County Star. Click here to read the full story.

Senior Concerns Presents Free Seminar on Legal Information for Elders (LIFE)

(The following is from a press release) Senior Concerns, as part of its commitment to provide support for family caregivers of aging loved ones, will present a community seminar on “Legal Information for Elders (LIFE),” on Tuesday, March, 2016, 4-6 p.m. at Senior Concerns, 401 Hodencamp Road, Thousand Oaks. This seminar will be presented by […]

Ladin Subaru 23rd Annual Love Run - Sunday, June 5th

Senior Concerns Seeks Volunteer Groups to Help Staff the Ladin Subaru 23rd Annual Love Run

(The following is from a press release) Would you like to have fun while supporting an amazing cause? Are you looking for a way to give back to the community? Here is a great opportunity to make the difference in the lives of our elder friends and neighbors! In preparation for the Ladin Subaru 23rd […]

Free Carnival Ride Tickets Offered Through Conejo Valley Days/RCS ‘Read & Ride’ Program

Free Carnival Ride Tickets Offered Through Conejo Valley Days/RCS ‘Read & Ride’ Program

(The following is from a press release) For the second year, Conejo Valley Days (CVD) is offering free carnival ride passes for students who take part in its “Read & Ride” literacy program. CVD, in conjunction with carnival operator RCS, is encouraging kids in kindergarten through fifth grade to read by offering the ride passes […]

Photo of the Week: The Road Home

Photo of the Week: The Road Home

  Recognize this view? It’s the 101 entering the Conejo Valley. Have a favorite view of your own you’d like to share? Submit your photos here.