Grand opening for Foxfield Park scheduled for June 28

Final preparations for the Grand Opening of Foxfield Park are underway in the city of Westlake Village. The new park will be dedicated on Sat., June 28. The celebration will begin at 11 a.m. and conclude at 3 p.m. Foxfield Park is Westlake Village’s fifth park, located next to Fire Station No. 44 on Foxfield Drive near Lindero Canyon Road. […]

Oak View grads ready for challenges

By Lori Porter Acorn Staff Writer The Oak View High School (OVHS)commencement for the class of 2003 took place last Thurs., June 12 at Red Oaks Elementary School in Oak Park. It was the largest graduating class in the history of Oak View, which was established in 1982. Of 23 proud graduates, six received scholarships which ranged from $500 to […]


Useful Info for Moms La Leche League of Agoura Hills meets 2 p.m. at Westlake Village City Hall, 31200 Oak Crest Drive, offering breastfeeding support and information for moms, moms-to-be. (818) 597-2674 Guest Speaker Cancer survivor Barbara Brown, who works with the San Diego Trauma Intervention Program, is guest speaker at West Valley Christian Women’s Club luncheon from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 […]

Agoura Hills resident graduates from UC Davis

David Ross Zimring, the son of Donald and Carolyn Zimring of Agoura Hills and a 1999 graduate of Agoura High School, graduates this summer from the University of California at Davis with a major in history and a minor in biology. He earned a 3.8 GPA and was recently inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa honor society. David spent last […]

Agoura Hills Library offers summer reading for kids

The theme of the Agoura Hills Library’s summer reading program for children is "It’s a Jungle Out There, Swing into Your Library!" From June through August, the library will introduce children to reading adventures, sponsored by the Los Angeles Times "Reading by Nine" initiative. After reading one book, a child may become a "Library Kid" and receive a free bookcard. […]

It’s time to be wary of —and smart about— rattlesnakes

L.A. Animal Services is urging the public to take safety precautions this rattlesnake season. The species most likely to be encountered is the Southern Pacific Rattlesnake, which has a triangular-shaped head and a series of horny rings at the tip of its tail that shake against each other (the "rattle"). During the day, rattlers may be encountered sunning themselves on […]

Viewpoint seniors say goodbye

On Sat., June 7 Viewpoint School’s headmaster, Dr. Robert J. Dworkoski, presented diplomas to the Upper School’s Class of 2003 at graduation ceremonies in the Rasmussen Family Pavilion on the campus at 23620 Mulholland Highway in Calabasas. The Class of 2003 earned an average (mean) score of 1,320 on the SAT. Valedictorian Ryan Marrinan of Calabasas will be attending Princeton […]

New device helps heal heel pain

Calabasas grad joins collegiate organization

Jessica Mara Sachs of Calabasas, a 2002 graduate of Calabasas High School (CHS), has accepted membership in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS). Sachs will be honored during a ceremony this fall on the campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, where she is a dual major in dance and communications, with a minor in Spanish. NSCS […]

Fun for families at Autry Museum

From July through September, families are invited to visit the Autry Museum of Western Heritage at 4700 Western Heritage Way in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park (across from the L.A. Zoo) to participate in a series of workshops, classes and special programs including the following. From noon-3 p.m. on Fri., July 4 in the museum’s Mary Pickford Education Center, a family […]

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