Wine reception set for Adobe

The Leonis Adobe Museum will host a membership wine reception from 4 to 6 p.m. this Sat., May 15 to keep the operation alive. The museum relies upon membership dues for support. Leonis Adobe is a nonprofit museum. The membership wine reception will include live entertainment. Sagebrush Cantina will cater the affair. "The purpose of this event is to (attain) […]

Explore magical world of butterflies at upcoming book signing

Author Fred Heath and photographer Herbert Clarke will discuss and sign copies of their new book, "An Introduction to Southern California Butterflies," at 1 p.m. Sun., May 23 at Wild Birds Unlimited, 22110 Ventura Blvd., Woodland Hills. The book is a field guide to butterflies, with more than 250 photographs aiding in identification of 89 species of Southern California butterflies, […]

Women business owners to honor entrepreneurs tomorrow

Event set for Camarillo

Women business owners to honor entrepreneurs tomorrow The Ventura County Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) will honor outstanding women in business at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow, Fri., May 14, at Spanish Hills Golf & Country Club, 999 Crestview Ave., Camarillo. Their sixth annual Bravo Awards will give recognition to women who have excelled in the following […]

Conejo Valley music camp for musical kids

The Conejo Valley Summer Music Camp is designed for musicians ages 11-15 who’ve been playing their instrument for at least one year and are interested in rehearsing and performing with other musicians. The camp is open to all instrumentalists. This is an extensive two-week program available in two separate sessions. Each session includes wind ensemble, small ensemble, harmony and jazz […]

Prayer, politics, citizenship to be topic of Interfaith Council

Prayer, politics, citizenship to be topic of Interfaith Council What is the relationship between religious faith and community activism, prayer and politics? Should religion necessarily draw us away from worldly affairs or is there an inherent spiritual demand for the faithful to participate? Should our religion always determine our point of view or inspire us to make our own thoughtful […]

Litigant against Pony League is on the right side

You guys sure picked the wrong side on the Lupin Hill/Agoura Pony League debacle. The whole project was snuck in years ago, with what seemed like to due process. No advance notice, no hearings. This is a major project which takes up several acres of prime Calabasas real estate belonging to our financially strapped school district. First, you imply that […]

Calabasas collecting digital photos for city’s e-mail newsletter

The city of Calabasas is publishing an electronic monthly newsletter (Calabasas e.News) that will furnish monthly updates of planned events and activities, schedules of city meetings, highlights programs of CTV3 (the Calabasas Channel) and reviews past events. This free electronic monthly publication will be e-mailed to a database of involved Calabasas residents, local businesses and others interested in the city’s […]

Woodward details Bush’s war plan

By Steve Ames Special to The Acorn President Bush’s drive to conduct a war in Iraq—despite having no solid evidence of weapons of mass destruction— has been costly to the United States in terms of lives and prestige and could be damaging to the president’s reelection campaign as well, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bob Woodward told a Thousand Oaks audience last […]

Westlake PR firm adds local client

Westlake Village-based Corridor Communications, Inc., a full-service public relations and marketing firm, recently announced it has added Agoura Hills-based Symark to its list of clientele. Corridor will handle Symark’s international public relations and events to extend the company’s awareness and build preference for their products in Europe and Asia Pacific. Symark is a provider of UNIX and Linux security solutions […]

Viewpoint’s Cum Laude Society inducts local students

Eighteen Viewpoint School students were inducted into the Cum Laude Society in the school’s Rasmussen Family Pavilion on Monday, April 26. The Upper School students received the school’s highest recognition for scholastic achievement. New members included the following seniors. Agoura Hills: Meijin Bruttomesso. Calabasas: Noam Cohen, Sarah Ramirez, Stephanie Shih. Also inducted were the following juniors. Agoura Hills: Elisabeth Braun, […]