Crash your computer properly

Oak Park residents may discard items of electronic waste from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sat., July 9 in the parking lot at Oak Park High School, 899 N. Kanan Road, Oak Park. The program is the Oak Park Community Beautification and Electronic Waste Day, sponsored by Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks, Ventura County Environmental and Energy Resources Division, Ventura […]

It’s time to ‘Take Your Acorn on Vacation’

Whether you’re going to Santa Barbara or the Barbary Coast, be sure to Take Your Acorn on Vacation. It’s easy and fun. Send a color print that shows scenery and a front page of any edition of The Acorn. Tape a 3×5 card on the back describing the location, names of the people (left to right) and the name, address […]

Local students selected for Legal Heritage Institute

Michael Soter of Calabasas High School and Adam Sowlati of Viewpoint High School have been selected to participate in the Foundation of the State Bar of California’s Legal Heritage Institute, a one-week, all-expenses paid legal literacy summer program for high school seniors scheduled for July 10 through 16 in Sacramento. Along with 23 other students from throughout California, Soter and […]

Violinmaker shares his work at Solstice Fest

Backs To Open Space

This updated 4-bedroom, 3-bath home in Newbury Park backs to open space with a large backyard featuring an inground spa and brick BBQ with a paved and covered patio. The convenient kitchen has been remodeled with granite counters and refaced cabinets, garden window and new appliances. The family room has a bay window and fireplace. The living room has a […]

State restricts alcohol at P6 restaurant

by Sophia Fischersfischer@theacorn.com The state’s Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) agreed with an administrative judge’s ruling last week that the P6 restaurant and lounge in Westlake Village can have a permanent license to serve alcohol, but only under certain conditions. According to the ruling, the restaurant can serve alcohol between 9 a.m. and 11 p.m. on weekdays and 9 […]

And the awards go to . . .

AWARD WINNERS—Recipients of the Soroptimists awards for June are: Community Conscience Under One Roof,George Hutchison; Hospice of the Conejo, Jean Duffy; Interface Safe Haven Shelter, Charles Watson; RAIN Project Transitional Living Center, Debbie Hyde; Ride on Therapeutic Horsemanship, Sara Jones; Senior Concerns, Sandra Bishop; and President of the Soroptimist Club, Jacque Turner. The mission and code of the Soroptimist organization […]

School district seeking Technology Support Committee members

By Stephanie Bertholdobertholdo@theacorn.com The Las Virgenes Unified School District Board of Education announced last week that it is seeking members for a communitybased Technology Support Committee. The board said it hopes to recruit between five to seven community members who will join district staff in determining the district’s technology needs and implementing new programs. The committee will be working with […]

Emmy winner to star in Malibu play

Two-time Emmy Award winning actor Daniel J. Travanti of “Hill Street Blues” fame will star in the world premiere of Oren Safdie’s play “The Last Word” at the Malibu Stage Company from Sat., July 9 through Sun., July 31. Travanti portrays an elderly, retired advertising executive pursuing his dream of writing the next great Broadway play. Peter Smith will appear […]

Dan Adivi

Dan Adivi of Re/Max on the Boulevard in Oak Park/ Agoura was recently congratulated for an extraordinary month of May 2005. Specializing in Agoura, Old Agoura, Oak Park and Westlake, Adivi is deeply involved in the community and understands the nuances of each neighborhood. “Dan’s knowledge of the area and his utmost commitment to balancing his client’s present needs and […]