Thousand Oaks Arts Festival
Posted 10 hours ago

Lovers of local arts, crafts, music and theater strolled the grounds of the Thousand Oaks Civic Center and The Lakes…

The Arts Come Alive at 11th Annual Thousand O…
Calabasas Teacher Selected as One of County’s Best
Posted 24 hours ago

Bill Garrett, a 14-year veteran Calabasas teacher, was honored Friday at a ceremony at Universal Studios as a Los Angeles…

Calabasas Teacher Honored as One of County’s …
Pet Spotlight
Posted 5 days ago

By Helen Hartel

Although the photo of Muffin may not portray him as the most glamorous of Cocker Spaniels, he will…

Pet Spotlight: Muffin Seeks a Brighter Future
Stars Shine on the Calabasas Film Festival Red Carpet
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Celebrities and local dignitaries walked the red carpet last Friday on opening night of the Calabasas Film Festival. The Sony…

Photo Gallery: Stars Shine on the Red Carpet …
Back to School Carnival Brings in Fun, Smiles, Big Donations
Posted 6 days ago

The first Back to School Carnival, presented by The Foundation for Las Virgenes Schools, has been deemed a big success,…

Photo Gallery: Back to School Carnival Brings…
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Original Conejo Valley YMCA sign is raised in 1964.

Western Hoedown to Celebrate the YMCA’s 50 Year Anniversary

(The following is a press release) The Southeast Ventura County YMCA’s 50th anniversary and the Conejo Valley’s country roots will be celebrated at a western hoedown, Thursday, October 2 at 6 p.m. at the Conejo Valley YMCA (4031 N. Moorpark Rd., Thousand Oaks). Country music artist, Justin Honsinger, and his band will perform. The evening […]

Festival co-chair Richard Williams (left) introduces honorary chairs Catherine and Patrick Warburton.

The Arts Come Alive at 11th Annual Thousand Oaks Arts Festival

Lovers of local arts, crafts, music and theater strolled the grounds of the Thousand Oaks Civic Center and The Lakes Friday and Saturday to take in the sights and sounds of the Thousand Oaks Arts Festival. The 11th annual event featured over 60 visual artists. The work of iconic Conejo Valley photographer Ed Lawrence was […]

Calabasas Teacher Honored as One of County’s Best

Calabasas Teacher Honored as One of County’s Best

Bill Garrett, a 14-year veteran Calabasas teacher, was honored Friday at a ceremony at Universal Studios as a Los Angeles County Teacher of the Year. Sixteen honorees were chosen from among the county’s 75,000 teachers, according to the county Office of Education. Garrett, a drama teacher, was also selected as LVUSD Teacher of the Year. “He […]

What’s Playing in the Conejo Valley?

What’s Playing in the Conejo Valley?

  Here’s a look at new movies and movie showtimes this week in the Conejo Valley. Click on the above box to find your selections.

Friends-Ride-Free Fare in Agoura on Dial-A-Ride

Friends-Ride-Free Fare in Agoura on Dial-A-Ride

(The following is from a press release) To promote the city’s convenient door-to-door Dial-A-Ride transportation service, Agoura Hills announced it will give residents a “friends-ride-free” fare on September 26 and October 13, which are local school holidays. “As many working parents don’t have these holidays off, kids can take Dial-a-Ride to get to the movies, […]

Top 5 Things to Do With Your Kids This Weekend

Top 5 Things to Do With Your Kids This Weekend

by Laura Nickerson Homework. Activities. Begging your children to eat. Begging your children NOT to eat. Practice. Sitting on the soccer field in temperatures only fit for wildlife in Death Valley. Repeat. Weekends getting a little predictable? Try something new! Here are my top 5 picks for some family fun this weekend: 1) Family Festival […]

Historical Society Gets New Name, New Goals

Historical Society Gets New Name, New Goals

(The following is from a press release) The Calabasas Historical Society (CHS) announced that Las Virgenes will be added to the name of the Calabasas Historical Society for the official name of the organization to become Calabasas–Las Virgenes Historical Society, Inc. (CLVHS) “The primary purpose of our organization is to promote and preserve the historical […]

Weekend Guide: Thousand Oaks Arts Festival, Autumnfest and a Family Luau

Weekend Guide: Thousand Oaks Arts Festival, Autumnfest and a Family Luau

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.        Thousand Oaks Police Dept “Coffee with the Chief” Event: The Thousand Oaks Police Department is pleased to announce a “Coffee with the Chief” event […]

Own a Piece of Movie History

Own a Piece of Movie History

One of the most recognizable motorcycles in Americana is going up for auction, according to a report from the Associated Press. Profiles in History, located in Calabasas, will be auctioning off the Captain America chopper Peter Fonda rode in Easy Rider on Oct. 18, the report said. Click here to read the full story.

Become a Member of Agoura’s Teen Advisory Committee

Become a Member of Agoura’s Teen Advisory Committee

(The following is from a press release) The Agoura Hills Recreation Department is seeking members for our Teen Advisory Committee that are in grades 6-8 and grades 9-12 for the 2014-15 year. The Teen Committee is active throughout the calendar year. Applications will be accepted until 6 p.m. on October 8. Meetings are held once […]