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

Weekend Guide IconSo 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. 

 

 

 

Friday

Thousand Oaks Police Dept “Coffee with the Chief” Event: The Thousand Oaks Police Department is pleased to announce a “Coffee with the Chief” event on Friday, September 19, 2014. Thousand Oaks Police Chief Tim Hagel will be at Brent’s Deli, located at 2799 Townsgate Road. Chief Hagel believes these events are an excellent opportunity to continue building on existing partnerships with the community. He would like to hear any questions or concerns from the public. The chief will be available from 8:30-10 a.m.

Whose Hoo? at Paramount Ranch: Join a ranger and discover the tricks of identifying the different owls that maybe found within the area on this 1.5-mile hike. Bring sturdy shoes, water, hat and sunscreen.

Pants Off Racing’s First Annual 10K/5K Again Pancreatic Cancer: Pants Off Racing’s First Annual 10K/5K Again at Malibu Creek State Park is planned for September 20th. This (almost) 10K/5K trail race features FREE shirts, sunglasses, event tickets, and more. Breakfast and beverages will be provided. There will also be a food truck, a DJ, music, THE LAKER GIRLS, $500 cash prizes to the men’s and women’s winners of the 10K. Learn more and register at www.pantsoffracing.com/#!por10k/c1hc2.

 

 Saturday

11th Annual Thousand Oaks Arts Festival: The festival features more than 60 local art exhibitors. There will be live performances. Admission and parking is free. For more information, visit www.toartsfestival.com. For the full story about the festival, click here.

CLU Presents Chinese Moon Festival ConcertThe evening of traditional Chinese and Western music will feature local groups including the Thousand Oaks Folk Ensemble, the Westlake Village Symphony, the Dancing String Chamber, the Yang Sheng Choir and the In-Harmony Chorus. The program is appropriate for ages 8 to adult. For more information, contact Debby Chang at [email protected]eran.edu or 818-309-7254.

Drive In Movie at Oak Park High School Featuring ‘Planes’: Take the family to see Planes at Oak Park High School, 899 Kanan Rd. from 7:30-9:30 p.m. 

 

 Sunday 

Annual Autumnfest Marknad and Swedish Meatball Contest in Agoura: The annual Scandinavian Autumnfest and Marknad Celebration takes place on Sunday, September 21st from 9AM to 6PM at Vasa Park, 2854 Triunfo Canyon Road, Agoura Hills. This event is a wonderful, family fun day with our Swedish and Nordic friends. You will not find another event like this one around here. And it is FREE, other than a parking donation of only $8 per car for parking ($5 for Vasa members). 

11th Annual Thousand Oaks Arts FestivalThe festival features more than 60 local art exhibitors. There will be live performances. Admission and parking is free. For more information, visit www.toartsfestival.com. For the full story about the festival, click here.

Free Open House and Luau at Conejo Y: A family luau, exercise classes and swimming are part of a free community open house at the Conejo Valley YMCA on Sunday, September 21 from 12-3 p.m.

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