2000-09-21

Water-wise artists show their stuff



Fourth-grader Erin Horland of Round Meadow Elementary School in Calabasas won the 2000 Las Virgenes Municipal Water District Poster Contest, an annual competition that invites students to submit paintings and drawings on the importance of water in our community. Horland’s colorful two-part poster declares, "Save Our Water," and shows two young girls and their teddy bears practicing wise water use. […]

New library facilities are moving forward in Conejo-Las Virgenes CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn LIBRARY SITES NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION



New library facilities are moving forward in Conejo-Las Virgenes CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn LIBRARY SITES NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION The brand new libaries are in progress locally. Preparing to shovel the first turning of soil in preparation for the city of Westlake Village City Hall and Library, above, are (from left to right): City Manager Ray Taylor; City Councilwoman Kris Carraway-Bowman; Mayor […]

Breast cancer walk scheduled for Rose Bowl



Join the fight against breast cancer by forming a team with co-workers, members of your community, religious congregation, student group or social organization to collect pledges and participate in the fourth annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K Walk. Proceeds will fund cancer research and services for breast cancer patients. The walk will be from 9 a.m. to noon on […]

Holiday art workshop planned for Skirball



"Greet the New Year" Holiday Art Workshop at Skirball Cultural Center at 2 p.m. Sun., Sept. 24 will offer participants the opportunity to create handmade Rosh Hashanah greeting cards with linoleum blocks. The workshop is recommended for children ages 4 and up. Reservations are suggested by calling (310) 440-4636. Admission is $5 per child. Skirball is at 2701 N. Sepulveda […]

This Week in Footbal

Acorn Sports Writer
Hart (2-0)
at Westlake (1-1)


Acorn Sports Writer Hart (2-0) at Westlake (1-1) 7 p.m. Thursday Westlake should send a thank you card across town to rival Thousand Oaks. The Lancers softened up Division III power Hart last Friday. First they knocked Hart running back Tim Gregory out of the game with a knee injury late in the first half. Then the Lancers pressured All […]

Trip planned to Knotts ‘Scary Farm’



The cities of Agoura Hills and Westlake Village are accepting registrations for a trip to Knotts Scary Farm at Knotts Berry Farm, open to youth ages 12 to 17, from 4 p.m. to midnight on Fri., Oct. 13. The $38 registration includes unlimited rides, shows and special guests in a Halloween-themed extravaganza. The bus departs from the Agoura Hills Recreation […]

Robin Rick of the Agoura Hills office of Fred Sands Realtors recently was congratulated for her outstanding production by Fred Sands, founder and CEO, and Kathy Mehringer, vice president and regional manager.



Robin Rick of the Agoura Hills office of Fred Sands Realtors recently was congratulated for her outstanding production by Fred Sands, founder and CEO, and Kathy Mehringer, vice president and regional manager. Rick, who specializes in equestrian properties in Old Agoura, achieved more than $20 million in sales and listing volume. She is currently ranked among the top 15 percent […]

An Equestrian Estate On More Than 40 Acres



An Equestrian Estate On More Than 40 Acres Springer Pond Farm, a 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath equestrian/tennis court estate nestled among oaks on about 40 acres in the exclusive community of Hidden Valley, has been listed for sale by Rob Werner of Young Realtors for $4,495,000. The main residence is highlighted by a study with a fireplace, a master suite […]

Audience loves Agoura Hills Harmony Chorus

Acorn Staff Writer

The talented women of the Agoura Hills Harmony Chorus (AHH!) and their guest performers showed off their impressive singing skills at "That’s Entertainment," at the Scherr Forum Theater at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza on Saturday. The 77-member chorus began the show with a rousing version of "That’s Entertainment" and proceeded to sing a wide variety of music in […]

Scandinavian Autumnfest




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