SBA expands veterans’ services

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) recently announced the expansion of programs and services available to assist veterans in starting or growing a business through the signing of a partnership agreement with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Association of Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs). The agreement was signed as part of the implementation of the Veterans […]

New classes open for toddlers at Tot Tot Tot in Agoura Hills

A group of 3 year olds at Tot Tot Tot Mommy, Daddy and Me groups in Agoura graduated last week. Matthew Cook, Jordan Hobba, Max Kennedy, Alexa Kernan, Mason Markel, Marisa Pippin and Erik Winikoff shared in the festivities and lunch. Summer registration is in progress for 1 and 2 year olds at Tot Tot Tot, conveniently located at 28220 […]

Archaeology summer camp planned for Skirball Cultural Center

Skirball Cultural Center will present "Adventures in Archaeology" Summer Camp in which participants will learn how archaeologists uncovered the mysteries of ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia and the Levant. They’ll also get hands-on experience with real artifacts and practice the techniques used to make them. Two sessions are offered: For ages 5-9, Session I is July 11-13, Session II is Aug. 15-17, […]

All sides are guilty of being rude at social gatherings

All sides are guilty of being rude at social gatherings I, as well as Mr. Johnson, attended the Senior Awards Night at Calabasas High School on June 14. This was my first year at the high school, and I was looking forward to the assembly as an opportunity to see students be recognized and to present awards in journalism to […]

Oak Park student sets off to learn about government, leadership

Acorn Staff Writer

While most students are relaxing by the pool this holiday week, Oak Park High School junior Eamonn Carr is in Washington, D.C., learning about government and leadership. He was selected to attend the National Young Leaders Conference (NYLC) from July 3 to July 13. The NYLC is a unique leadership development program for high school students who’ve demonstrated leadership potential […]



City library

to launch its summer reading program The Calabasas Library’s summer reading program will offer young readers (age 4 and up) a series of special events to entertain them this summer. All programs are free and at 4 p.m. in City Council Chambers, 26135 Mureau Road, second floor. The schedule of events is as follows: July 12: Magician Bob Stone leads […]

Joggers: Please remember to stay out of roadway bicycle lanes

Joggers: Please remember to stay out of roadway bicycle lanes I’m writing in response to the June 15 letter by Robert Brady regarding bike and pedestrian safety. In his letter Mr. Brady states that he was hit by a car while jogging in the bike lane on Lindero Canyon Road. Mr. Brady: Why were you running in the bike lane […]


LISA ADAMS/The Acorn A GREAT PLACE TO MEET Tracy Estrin, left, of Calabasas, with Mishelle Pridmore and Aaron Gold of Westlake Village and Jennifer Robinson from Oak Park and their dogs enjoy the city of Calabasas Park & Bark across the street from A.E. Wright Middle School on Las Virgenes Road.

Dance for fitness

Workshops and classes in swing and salsa dancing at the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center, 27040 Malibu Hills Road, Calabasas, are currently open for summer registration. Participants will learn new dance moves while getting great exercise. No partner is required. One day workshops are $16 each and classes are $40 per five-week session. For more detailed information please call (818) 880-2159; […]

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