CHS traffic to be investigated

Acorn Staff Writer

After listening to public feedback last week regarding traffic control on Old Topanga Road at Bluebird Street, the Calabasas City Council gave city traffic engineers a list of items to investigate. The answers will return to the council for further review. Opinions varied during the council meeting. Four-way stop signs were installed on Topanga Canyon Road at Bluebird Street about […]

Crisis specialist to discuss lessons of 9-11

Robert T. Scott, Ph.D., director of International Crisis Specialists, will give a presentation on "Preparing the Best for the Worst—Lessons Learned from the World Trade Center Attack" at 7:30 p.m. on Mon., April 15 at the Calabasas Emergency Response Program (CERP) meeting in the Calabasas City Hall Council Chambers. A psychologist who deals with stress management, Scott accompanied the L.A. […]

Time to rock out

The Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center will be offering a night of music and entertainment. "The Rock Show" is planned for Fri., June 7 in the Banquet Hall of the Community Center. Four teen bands will be chosen by the Teen Advisory Committee in Calabasas to play. Bands of all genres of music are welcome to participate. If you’re interested in […]

Bay Laurel student honored for art

A traveling exhibit showcasing the work of Southland students grades K-12 whose winning entries in the 2001 "Water is Life" poster contest are featured in Metropolitan Water District’s 2002 calendar will be on display from April 15 through 23 at Calleguas Municipal Water District, 2100 Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks. Sharon Levanon, a fifth grader at Bay Laurel Elementary School in […]

Skating star to be MC

Olympic gold medalist Scott Hamilton will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the New West Symphony League’s second annual "Symphony on Ice" event from 4 to 8 p.m. on Sun., April 14 at the Oxnard Ice Skating Center, 830 Wagon Wheel Road, Oxnard. Activities include wine and hors d’oeuvres, an ice skating performance with nationally recognized competitive skaters, an art […]

Leaders of Girl Scouts saluted

On April 22 Girl Scouts of the USA will celebrate the accomplishments of its nearly 1 million Girl Scout leaders and other volunteers during National Volunteer Week. On behalf of the entire Tres Condados Council, I would like to thank all of our local volunteers for contributing so much time and effort to the Girl Scouts—you truly make a difference […]

Daycare center abruptly closes

Acorn Staff Writer

Many local area parents and Thousand Oaks Tutor Time employees were upset after showing up to the Lindero Canyon and Kanan Road Tutor Time childcare learning center on Mon., April 1and finding the doors locked and the facility empty. Staff members were left unemployed without notice and parents had no place to take their children, ages 1 to 5, to […]

Weathering a good cause

SNOW BIRDS–Kimberly Doder of Westlake Village, left, joins Candy Beaver, Carrie Tilton and Jody Adair in front of 75 tons of snow at Calamigos Ranch in rural Agoura. More than 500 parents and kids enjoyed winter-like festivities at a recent fundraising event to benefit Children’s Bureau, a nonprofit organization for the prevention of child abuse. The event, which was titled […]

Tango lessons now available

Tuesday night dance classes for all ages—teens, adults, seniors—are ongoing at the West Valley Jewish Community Center (JCC) at 22622 Vanowen St., West Hills. Lessons for beginners in ballroom dance including swing, salsa, tango, waltz, cha-cha, foxtrot and more are presented from 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays at a cost of $9 per session or $30 for four weeks. From […]

Sumac Elementary to host spring carnival on Sun., April 21

Sumac Elementary to host spring carnival on Sun., April 21 Sumac Elementary School will host its Spring Carnival from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sun., April 21 on the Sumac campus on Calmfield Avenue, north of Thousand Oaks Boulevard and east of Kanan Road, Agoura Hills. The event’s theme is "Building For a Better Tomorrow" to reflect the improvements […]