Agoura Hills’ 2016 Summer ‘Concerts in the Park’ Series Lineup Announced

(The following is from a press release) The City of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services is pleased to announce the 2016 Summer Concerts in the Park series. The line-up for this year’s concert series is: on Sunday, June 19: “Gold Rush Country;” on Sunday, July 10: “Turn the Page: a tribute to Bob Seger […]

A Community Gathers to Care for Its City

Hundreds of volunteers gathered at Chumash Park early Saturday morning to take part in the 3rd annual Community Service Days. Envisioned by then-Mayor William Koehler in 2014, Community Service Days was developed with  the goal of encouraging civic engagement, fostering a sense of community and enhancing current city beautification efforts to improve upon the Agoura Hills community […]

Dick Van Dyke Dazzles Crowd in Agoura Hills

A standing-room only crowd packed the Agoura Hills Recreation & Event Center to watch legendary performer Dick Van Dyke, 90, sing, dance and tell stories Friday night. The actor-turned bestselling author took center stage as part of the city’s One City One Book event, celebrating his latest work Keep Moving and Other Tips and Truths About […]

The City of Agoura Hills to Celebrate the Men and Women in Our Lives

The City of Agoura Hills will be hosting two events, each celebrating the men and women in our lives. At the Celebration for the Women In Our Lives, “The Pink Lady,” the dynamic Jackie Goldberg, will be giving a presentation. Goldberg began a new chapter in her live at the age of 70 by creating […]

City of Calabasas to Celebrate 25th Anniversary Throughout April

(The following is from the Calabasas city website) April 5, 2016 marks the 25th anniversary of cityhood for the City of Calabasas. We hope you will come out and celebrate with us! Kicking off the celebrations will be a Mayoral Luncheon on Tuesday, April 5 at 11:30 a.m. Mayor Bozajian will be highlighting the City’s 25th Anniversary and […]

Children’s Parade Returns to Conejo Valley Days

Kids can create imaginative costumes, decorate their tricycles and wagons and then take part in the Conejo Valley Days (CVD) children’s parade, Saturday, May 7 at Conejo Creek Park North in Thousand Oaks (behind the Thousand Oaks Library). The parade is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Thousand Oaks. The children’s parade had been a […]

Dick Van Dyke Book to Promote the ‘Joy of Reading’ in Agoura Hills

Each year, Agoura Hills promotes the joy of reading through inspiring books and celebrated authors. The book selected for the 2016 One City One Book (OCOB) community read is Keep Moving, by show-business legend Dick Van Dyke with co-author Todd Gold. Now 90 years old, Van Dyke, a New York Times bestselling author, shares in […]

Agoura Hills Dial-A-Ride Service Adds Expanded Van to Fleet for Disabled Residents

(The following is from a press release) The city of Agoura Hills has added a new, larger van to the community Dial-A-Ride service that will offer improved loading convenience for passengers with mobility devices. “Our new van is part of Agoura Hills’s continuing efforts to meet the transportation needs of residents,” said Amy Brink, director […]

1st Anniversary Celebration for Seniors

(The following is from a press release) The City of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services is having a special 1st Anniversary Celebration for seniors at the Agoura Hills Recreation & Event Center on Thursday, January 21, 2016 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.! Join us!  We will be taking a trip through time, as […]

New Book Spotlights History of Calabasas

A new book chronicling the history of Calabasas is being released Nov. 30. From the Chumash Indians to its Hollywood pedigree, Calabasas takes center stage in Images of America: Calabasas, a pictorial time machine that revisits the people and places that shaped the area. Written by local historian Cim Castellon (Images of America: Agoura Hills‘ contributing editor), […]