Teens have an ally in Westlake Village Library

By Lori Porter Acorn Staff Writer Teenagers living in and around Westlake Village and Agoura Hills now have an advocate at the Westlake Village library. Library aide Deborah Farber, 27, of Agoura Hills manages the Young Adult Resource Center at the library. She focuses on teen programs. With a degree in liberal arts from California Lutheran University, Farber is currently […]

Sister-city delegation from Anqing, China meets in Calabasas

A nine-member sister city delegation from Anqing, China visited Calabasas last Thursday during a reception at city hall and discussed with Calabasas officials cultural and educational exchanges between the two cities. The event went well and promoted contact, understanding and cooperative economic, cultural and educational development, according to Calabasas City Councilman Dennis Washburn. In October 2002, Washburn and other city […]

Westlake H.S. to celebrate excellence

Westlake H.S. to celebrate excellence The Westlake High School community will celebrate its "25th Anniversary of Academic Excellence and Warrior Spirit" beginning with a barbecue in the quad at 5 p.m. Fri., Oct. 17 on the campus at 100 N. Lakeview Canyon Road, Westlake Village. There will be an audiovisual "trip down a 25-year memory lane" followed by the homecoming […]

Now’s time to purchase tickets for St. Jude’s ‘October Brunch’ at Westlake Village Inn

Now’s time to purchase tickets for St. Jude’s ‘October Brunch’ at Westlake Village Inn Tickets must be purchased by this Sun., Oct. 12 for the "October Brunch" fundraiser to be hosted by St. Jude the Apostle Catholic Church of Westlake Village from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sun., Oct. 19 in the Provence Room at Westlake Village Inn, 31943 Agoura […]

Name mysteriously is missing

I am a current member of Save Open Space. A few months ago I was looking at the list of supporters for the development of Ahmanson Ranch. Alex Soteras of Agoura Hills was on that list. The other day I checked again and his name is gone. Interesting, now that he is running for a political office and his literature […]

School spirit starts early

Brush up on your Chinese painting and calligraphy

offered in Thousand Oaks

Classes offered in Thousand Oaks Conejo Chinese Cultural Association will teach classes in Chinese brush painting and calligraphy. The classes will take place from 9 to 11 a.m. every other Saturday in Room G2 at Thousand Oaks High School, 2323 N. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. The meeting dates are: Oct. 11 and 25; Nov. 8 and 22; and Dec. 6. […]

Add life to learning and make math fun

Parents can add to a child’s understanding of and success in math by using concepts found in everyday life. Many basic math concepts that children learn in school are reinforced through everyday experiences at home, in the grocery store and in the car. Helping your child gain an understanding of math and a sense that math is enjoyable will help […]

Chabad to celebrate with flags, dancing

Chabad will celebrate the holidays of Sukkot and Simchat Torah with services, festivals and "Hakafot" dancing. The holiday begins Fri., Oct. 10 and continues through Sun., Oct. 19. The Torah refers to this holiday time as the "Season of Rejoicing." Sukkot services are at 6:15 p.m. Friday and Saturday and at 10 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. On Tues., Oct. 14 […]

Edelston is fresh air for Agoura Hills

Edelston is fresh air for Agoura Hills Fore a number of weeks I have been observing and learning all that I can about the candidates for the Agoura Hills City Council. With only two seats open for election on Nov. 4, our votes are very important to the future of our city. Although I am sure that each candidate has […]