January 5, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Calabasas mayor pro tem earns Van Gieson award

The Calabasas Chamber of Commerce will present Calabasas Mayor Pro Tem Fred Gaines with the Bill Van Gieson Spirit of Calabasas Award during the Chamber’s board installation gala Jan. 27 at the Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village.  More...

Celebrating with light and love

TRADITION—Auna Simon and children from the Calabasas Schul Jewish learning program take part in the schul’s annual menorah lighting and Hanukkah celebration Dec. 28 at The Commons in Calabasas. More...

LVUSD wants to credential own teachers

Plans are underway for Las Virgenes Unified School District to operate its own in-house teacher credential program, a cost-saving move that will help the district make sure it retains the best educators possible.  More...

AT THE LIBRARY

The City of Westlake Village, the Westlake Village Library and the Friends of the Westlake Village Library will present the eighth annual Westlake Village Reads: One City, One Book program in January and February at the Civic Center, 31200 Oak Crest More...

Local residents take out their 2017 CRYSTAL BALL

The New Year is upon us, so The Acorn thought what better time than now to ask 10 residents about some of their highlights in 2016 and what they look forward to in the coming year. More...

Triunfo seeks board member

The Triunfo Sanitation District board of directors is seeking a member to fill the vacancy created by the recent departure of Mike McReynolds, who resigned from the board and is moving out of the area. More...

New parkand ride open

51 parking spaces

The City of Calabasas completed construction of a new parkand ride facility in Old Town.  The 51 new parking spaces next to the Leonis Adobe at 23537 Calabasas Road will bridge a 23-mile gap in the existing parkand ride network north of Los Ange More...

Party like it's 2017

NEW YEAR’S EVE BASH—Groove Kitty’s guitarist Matt Rice performs with his band during the New Year’s Eve celebration at The Canyon club in Agoura Hills. More...

Take a journey into Jungleland

For those too young or too new to the area to remember the days when lions and tigers roamed Thousand Oaks, a new exhibit at the Civic Arts Plaza offers a history lesson. More...

Bots, droids invade Reagan Library

Interactive exhibit includes display devoted to innovators

Exploring what is known as “popnology,” the Reagan Library’s newest exhibit focuses on popular culture and its influence on real-world science and technology. More...

Bridal show features latest trends

Over 80 wedding specialists will showcase their services

What are the latest wedding trends in gowns, photography, makeup and more?  Brides-to-be can find out at the 34th annual Bridal Premiere show Sun., Jan. More...