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Reyes Adobe Days 2016 Announces Festival Highlights

(The following is from a press release) Celebrating the very best of California culture, past and present, the city of Agoura Hills is presenting the 12th Annual Reyes Adobe Days (RAD) with title sponsor Agoura Dental Group. The four-day festival taking place on Oct. 6-9, is centered at the city’s Reyes Adobe Historical Site, an […]

The Carnival For Las Virgenes Schools to Offer Fun For the Whole Family

The Foundation for Las Virgenes Schools is once again hosting their Back to School Carnival next month in Agoura Hills, bringing three days of family fun and entertainment to the community. The event will take place at Whizin Market Square (28914 Roadside Drive) September 9-11. Admission to the event is free and proceeds will benefit the local schools. “Over […]

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 […]

Conejo Valley Days Celebrates 60th Year

by Mira Reverente One of the much-awaited community events of the year is back with a bang, celebrating six decades of fun, fanfare and family atttractions. “It’s bigger and better than ever,” said Mary-Catherine McBride, executive director of Conejo Valley Days. “We have more rides, more events, more sponsors, more things for everyone to look […]

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 […]

Gender-Bending ‘Guys and Dolls’ to Debut at Agoura High Performing Arts Education Center

Many are familiar with Guys and Dolls, the classic gambling musical about a couple of big city, Depression-era gamblers and the women who love them. Few, however, have seen it performed in which some of the “guys” are actually “dolls.” Well hang on to your fedoras, because the Agoura Community Theater (ACT) upcoming production–in partnership with Curtain […]

Where to Ring in the New Year in the Conejo Valley

As 2015 draws to a close, it’s time to start thinking about where to ring in the new year in style!  Here are a few suggestions in and around the Conejo Valley. New Year’s Eve Celebration at Sagebrush Cantina in Calabasas: Get 2016 off to a glowing start at Sagebrush Cantina’s “Light Up Your New Year’s […]

The Event Returning to Calabasas With Big Surprises

The Event, an annual fundraising food and wine-tasting gala for the Las Virgenes Unified School District, is returning to Calabasas in 2016. This year, however, there will be some major changes.‘The Event will be celebrating its fifth year anniversary at a spectacular new venue, a few surprises and as always, an elegant and unforgettable evening of […]

Calabasas Film Festival Opens With Documentary, ‘Mass’ Screening

By Mira Reverente A screening of All Things Must Pass ushered in the 2nd annual Calabasas Film Festival (CFF), which will run through the weekend. The directorial debut of Colin Hanks, the documentary is about the much-talked about rise and fall of the iconic Tower Records and the legacy of founder Russ Solomon. Community members, led […]

2015 Happening List – Time to Vote!

For the past two weeks, you’ve nominated all of your favorites in the Conejo Valley for the 2015 Happening List competition. Now, it’s time to vote! The Happening List is a People’s Choice contest of people, places, events and businesses in and around the Conejo Valley. We have about 200 categories that fall under these 11 […]