2000-08-31

Israeli folk dance course ready to take off



Classes in Israeli folk dance are being offered by the city of Malibu Parks and Recreation Department at Malibu Bluffs Park this fall. Conducted Wednesdays in classes for beginners (7-8 p.m.) and intermediate (8-9 p.m.), three sessions are available: Sept. 6-Oct. 4; Oct. 11-Nov. 8; and Nov. 15-Dec. 13. The cost of each 5-week session is $50. Dancer/choreographer/dance instructor Shlomo […]

Area businesses show they have heart



Ventura County companies and businesses are joining the fight against heart disease and stroke by participating in the American Heart Walk at 9 a.m. on Sat., Oct. 14 at the Westlake Village Inn. Event sponsors include Sav-Ons, Amgen, Health ’n Home, Los Robles Medical Center, Outback Steakhouse and others. Area corporations and businesses, including Amgen, Coldwell Banker and Westlake Village […]

Fall workshops coming to Will Geer



Fall workshops coming to Will Geer The Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum is offering drama workshops for youth this fall. Youth Drama Workshop: Acting/Playwriting/Performing for ages 9-14 meets 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturdays for 10 weeks beginning Sept. 23 and culminating in a performance on Dec. 2. Students work as a team to write a one-act play developed through improvisation, […]

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‘PETS ARE A GIFT TO OUR WORLD’ – The Rev. Irma Oestmann, center, from Unity Center Church conducts a blessing of pets during this ceremony at Old Meadows Park in Thousand Oaks. Pet owners came to honor and give thanks for the loyalty and companionship of their pets. Unity Center Church meets at 10 a.m. every Sunday at the same […]

Opposes new stores What is it going to take for the Agoura Hills City Council to hear our voices? What is it going to take to stop the onslaught of unwanted development in Agoura Hills, in particular, businesses such as Home Depot and Target? Wha



Opposes new stores What is it going to take for the Agoura Hills City Council to hear our voices? What is it going to take to stop the onslaught of unwanted development in Agoura Hills, in particular, businesses such as Home Depot and Target? What is it going to take to make everyone aware of how we feel about the […]

Shirley Richards associate with Fred Sands Brown Realtors of Westlake Village, recently returned from attending the Star Power Annual Conference, top educational opportunity offered in the real estate industry.



Shirley Richards associate with Fred Sands Brown Realtors of Westlake Village, recently returned from attending the Star Power Annual Conference, top educational opportunity offered in the real estate industry. The conference brought together more than 1,500 of the most progressive real estate professionals to share their successful methods. The faculty was comprised of 1 percent of the continent’s top real […]

Free video rentals offered at JCLLA



The Jewish Community Library of Los Angeles’ (JCLLA) Jewish Heritage Video Collection, which features nearly 200 titles, is available for free rental — even by mail. Many of the movies in the collection are popular favorites with widespread appeal, such as "An American Tail," "Annie Hall," "Biloxi Blues," "Blazing Saddles," "Dirty Dancing," "Driving Miss Daisy" and others. Located at 6006 […]

  CHAMBER SUPPORT–



  CHAMBER SUPPORT– The Calabasas Chamber of Commerce kicks off the pumpkin season with an annual golf tournament fundraiser. Golf Classic 2000 was played Monday at the Calabasas Country Club with 135 golfers paying $195 to participate in the fun that included lunch and the awards dinner Monday night. A new Ford Mustang convertible, donated by Vista Ford, was offered […]

High school football in full swing Calabasas hopes to rebound

Acorn Staff Writer

High school football in full swing Calabasas hopes to rebound If two-a-day workouts under a hot August sun aren’t enough to dampen the spirit, try looking at last year’s record; a dismal 3-8 for the Calabasas football team. "It was Murphy’s Law," said Larry Edwards, the Coyote head coach who endured one of his worst seasons in 20 years at […]

Brothers celebrate B’nai Mitzvah



Joel David and Bryan Michael Kodish, sons of Beth and Barry Kodish of Agoura Hills, recently celebrated their B’nai Mitzvah at Temple Beth Haverim in Agoura Hills. Rabbi Gershon Johnson and cantors Kenny Ellis and Ruth Steinberg officiated at the ceremony. Joel and Bryan were presented with their tallits, prayer shawls, by their parents. Their mother made the tallits for […]


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