Local residents attend Health Fair Expo

‘Kids Night Out’ helps parents

Razzle Dazzle Kids, in cooperation with the Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District, offers "Kids’ Night Out" from 6 to 10:30 p.m. on Saturdays at Mae Boyar Park, Oak Park. While parents get to enjoy a much-needed night out themselves, kids are entertained with arts and crafts, games, sports, movies and popcorn. A supervised kitchen features a cooking class where […]

City beach bus is off and running again

The city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services has announced that the Beach Bus program will run Mondays through Saturdays, from June 17 to Aug. 24, with four round trips daily. Pick up points are at Lindero Canyon Middle School, Agoura High School and at the corner of Liberty Canyon and Agoura roads. The bus deposits riders at Zuma […]

AHS math whiz kids are honored for talents, tutoring

The Agoura High School Math Honors Society (and math tutoring program) have completed another successful year. With the support and encouragement of Principal Larry Misel, the students participated in two math competitions and traveled to UCLA for a math field trip. The officers of the AHS Math Honors Society were Lisa Martin, president; Jeremy Greene and Linnet Zia, vice presidents; […]

Interactive tour of night sky set for CSUN

The public is invited to explore the mysteries of a summer night at 7 p.m. on Sat., June 15 as Cal State Northridge (CSUN) hosts "First Light!"––a live, interactive tour of the night sky in the Donald E. Bianchi Planetarium in Science Building II, near the center of campus at 18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge. The presentation includes a look at […]

Some deputies get busier in summer

Acorn Staff Writer

Some deputies get busier in summer School’s out tomorrow and kids are back on the streets—at least those who aren’t busy with jobs or summer camps, that is. But students being out of school isn’t the only concern for Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station during the summer months; people in general tend to become more active, stay out later and go […]

Stress may affect your digestion

The UCLA Center for Integrative Medicine—dedicated to the practice, teaching and science of mind-body, complementary and alternative medicine—will sponsor a free public lecture from 5 to 6 p.m. on Mon., June 24 at UCLA Medical Center, room 23-105. Guest speaker Mary Perdue, M.D., director of the Intestinal Disease Research Program at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, will present the latest […]

Seniors invited to sing for fun

The Encore/Oasis Older Adult Education program will offer a "Singing for Fun" class from June 17 to Aug. 26 on Mondays at Pierce College, 6201 Winnetka Ave., Woodland Hills. Irene Zorn will lead the class. Zorn provides programs for retirement hotels, nursing homes and charitable organizations. She has five years of orchestral training at the piano and vocal and choral […]

Conejo Valley YMCA offers camp fun The Conejo Valley YMCA will conduct a number of specialty camps this summer including the following:

Conejo Valley YMCA offers camp fun The Conejo Valley YMCA will conduct a number of specialty camps this summer including the following: "Sport-tastic Camp" for children in grades 1 to 3 runs from June 17 to 21. Participants will have a chance to sample a variety of sports and learn the fundamentals of soccer, basketball and softball. The cost is […]

Pizazz accepts applications

Students entering grades one through eight in the fall are eligible to apply for "Pizazz 2002," a summer musical arts program. This year’s "Traveling Freedom’s Road" theme will highlight a variety of music about methods of travel and the freedoms Americans enjoy. Sponsored by the music program of United Methodist Church of Westlake Village, the week of musical experiences is […]