March 29, 2012 RSS feed / Community

Cell tower critics are dropping the call What’s

one thing the San Fernando Valley has on the Conejo  Valley?  Great cellphone coverage.  More...

Nurturing Nature

UPSTART—Shenley Puterbaugh of Calabasas helps her son, Joshua, 2, plant an oak tree sapling during Arbor Day Celebration at Gates Canyon Park on Sat., March 24. More...

Oak Park Community garden preps for the growing season

SPRING CLEANING—Adrian Weills, 8, of Calabasas and Fiona McDonald, 10, of Oak Park gather weeds during Spring Clean Up Day at The Oak Park Community Garden on Sat., March 10. Below, Bob DeLeo of Oak Park prepares a vacant plot. More...

Agoura Hills oers spring activities for students

The City of Agoura Hills is offering several activities for kids and teens in April.  •“Kidz Lov Soccer:” The Agoura Hills Recreation Center will hold soccer classes Fridays from 3:45 to 4:30 p.m. More...

YMCA Strongkids campaign a big success

The Southeast Ventura County YMCA and its four branches raised $266,619 during it annual Strong Kids fundraising campaign.  Funds help make YMCA activities available to those in financial need and enhance its youth and adult programs.  Mor More...

Assistance League makes a move

The Assistance League of San Fernando Valley has moved its office to a new location on the grounds of the First United Methodist Church of Canoga Park, 22700 Sherman Way, West Hills,  The league had outgrown its old office and needed larger quar More...

A talented group

FOR ART’S SAKE—Westlake Village Art Guild’s Poen Juried Show first place winners and Best in Show gather at the festivities. More...

On the Trail

The silver rings of Zuma

That day, there was a great big ring around the sun, too, a huge prismatic circle bleeding color into a streaky whitewash of cirrus clouds. That day, it was hotter than average for fall and windier than heck. More...

Calabasas designer tries to sew up the competition

Orly Shani, a fashion designer who grew up in Calabasas, was among 14 contestants chosen to participate in a new television series that will cloak the winner in a $6-million contract and place their clothing collections in three of America’s la More...

Art fundraiser features work of local artists

The Greater Conejo Valley Community Foundation will host an art auction from 6 to 8 p.m. Thurs., March 29 at the Best Western Plus Thousand Oaks Inn, 75 W. Thousand Oaks Blvd.  The free event will feature both live and silent auctions.  More...

The Movie Nut

This is a movie that’s making its millions the old-fashioned way: It’s earning them. A well-made, thoroughly entertaining film, it deserves to be a hit.  More...

Musical tribute pays homage to past

TIGHT HARMONY—The group Swing Dames performs songs from the 1940s during their musical tribute to the Andrew Sisters as part of a March 24 show that honored American’s “Greatest Gen More...

Discover science and nature at Paramount Ranch

The National Park Service will host the third annual science festival from 7 to 10 p.m. Fri., April 27 and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. More...

At The Library

Agoura   The Agoura Hills Library, at 29901 Ladyface Court is offering the following activities. Call (818) 889-2276 for information.  •The City of Agoura Hills’ third annual One City, One Book program concludes Sat., March 31. More...

Yarrow appointed to Boys & Girls Clubs

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Conejo & Las Virgenes recently appointed Patrick A. More...

Speakers to share ideas, explore connections of the world

Tickets are sold out for the TEDxConejo presentation at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza on Sat., March 31 but a live webcast will be available for viewing at http://tedxconejo.com.  This year ’ s theme is “Together.” Speaker More...