THURS., SEPT. 23 Vat in Vorld Is Virsky? Ukraine folk dance ensemble Virsky will perform at 7:30 p.m. in Kavli Theatre at Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. $23-$43. (805) 449-2787 All About Fraud Mitch Disney from Ventura County District Attorney’s office will discuss "Consumer Fraud" at the 1 p.m. meeting of AARP Simi Chapter No. […]

Last week’s

Top Performers Cory Smits, QB, Agoura: Went 19-for-22 for 261 yards and three touchdowns in victory against Camarillo. The senior grabbed headlines by making mince meat of the Scorpion secondary. His efficiency and poise were almost frightening Jimmy Clausen, QB, Oaks Christian: Went 19-for-26 for a school-record 283 yards. Fabulous sophomore yet to be truly tested. Kevin Mosley, OL, Oak […]

Daughters of American Revolution hosts meeting

The California State Society Daughters of the American Revolution will host its Southern Council meeting on Fri. and Sat., Sept. 24 and 25, at the Irvine Marriott, 18000 Von Karman, Irvine. The Conejo Valley Chapter will be represented and invites interested persons to join them. James Hollabaugh, of James Hollabaugh Law Office in Fremont, will be the keynote speaker. In […]

Register to vote now

If all the rhetoric is to be believed, Nov. 2 will represent one of the most pivotal elections in the history of the country. While the candidates stir the pot and grapple over the issues, the election itself cannot be trivialized. Vote for whom you like, but just vote. Besides Nov. 2, Oct. 18 is the most important date to […]

Commission approves

Agoura Hills office park plan

By Stephanie Bertholdo bertholdo@theacorn.com Three times was the charm for Alesco Development, LLC, a Woodland Hills firm that scaled down their office project enough to win approval from the Agoura Hills Planning Commission to build eight Tuscan-styled office buildings in a "campus-style" design. The development will be located at the intersections of Agoura Road, Chesebro Road, and Palo Comado Canyon […]

Pet therapy a way of life for dog and owner

By Michael Picarella pic@theacorn.com Dogs aren’t called "man’s best friend" for no reason. They’re gentle, loving companions and, in the toughest times, they’ll be there to put a smile on your face. Kolya, a 145-pound Great Pyrenees dog, has been making hospitalized patients and others smile for more than five years. He and his owner, Agoura Hills resident Betty Walsh, […]

Workshop showcases university business programs

California Lutheran University (CLU) will conduct a series of free 90-minute informational sessions (GradQuest) to showcase its bachelor’s degree completion, master’s and MBA programs. The meetings will provide information to prospective students and their families about CLU’s newest programs, admission requirements and financial aid. These are designed to help working adults further develop their managerial skills, enhance their leadership abilities, […]

MON., SEPT. 27

MON., SEPT. 27 Get to Know the Gals Agoura Valley Woman’s Club hosts its annual membership information meeting at 7 p.m. The community service-oriented group supports education and social welfare. For location call Anita Ziegler at (818) 889-4378


Jazzing up the Strauss

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