Homecoming royalty and floats needed for Reyes Adobe Days

Organizers of the Reyes Adobe Days Parade, scheduled for 9 a.m. Sat., Oct. 15, are seeking past homecoming queens and kings of Agoura High School, and also inviting area businesses, schools and civic organizations to design and build parade floats. “We’re searching for past homecoming queens, kings and members of the court from Agoura High School to participate in this […]

Early intervention program opens for children with behavioral issues

Young children with emotional and behavioral problems and their families will benefit from Early Prevention Intervention Collaboration (EPIC), a new, early intervention program offered through Stirling Behavioral Health Institute in Westlake Village. EPIC is designed for 3to 8year-old children with impulse control, anxiety, phobias, attention deficit disorder, attention deficit hyperactive disorder, depression, and bi-polar disorder. Children with difficulty in sensory […]

Study Yiddish at Skirball

The sixth annual winter Yiddish intensive program, “The Art of Yiddish 2005” is scheduled for Dec. 18 to 24. For specifics on the program visit www.yiddishinstitute.org. For general information call (310) 440-5000 or visit the website at www.skirball.org. The Skirball is at 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles.

Family Friendly Floor Plan

This 4-bedroom, 3-bath home with a family friendly floor plan is located in a popular neighborhood in a private location at the end of a cul-de-sac. Highlights include newer dual paned windows, two balconies, smooth ceilings, newer neutral carpet and recessed lighting. The entry contains extensive ceramic tile flooring and brick accents. The large sunken living room has hardwood flooring […]

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In 1975, The Acorn advertised a college course on learning how to use the handheld calculator for scientific purposes. The class was offered by Pierce College’s satellite campus in Westlake Village. This campus opened a year earlier to make higher education more accessible to residents in the outlying areas of Los Angeles County. The state Senate appropriated $500,000 to begin […]

Students participate in Tanglewood Program

Community center to host teen activities Students from area high schools participated in this summer’s Boston University Tanglewood Institute, a program of musical study and performance held in Lenox, Mass. that is recognized internationally as an outstanding educational experience for young artists. The participants included Matthew Bronstein, who has studied French horn for six years and is the son of […]

Na’Amat USA schedules barbecue

Na’Amat USA, Israel’s foremost provider of social services, is having a fundraising barbecue and auction at a private residence in Calabasas on Sun., Aug. 28 at 6 p.m. The cost is $25. Na’Amat provides a broad range of services for the women and children of Israel, including daycare centers, domestic violence shelters, legal aid and assistance to alternative high schools. […]

Top of the Hill Townhome

This gorgeous 3-bedroom townhome is located in the sought after Hidden Canyon complex. It’s completely remodeled with maple flooring throughout the downstairs. The kitchen has bullnose granite counters, tumbled travertine backsplash, topof-the-line stainless appliances, maple cabinets plus a central island with wine rack and butcher blacktop. Other amenities include ceiling fans in all bedrooms, fresh paint and more. For more […]

No election in Westlake

Without any challengers, council race becomes moot

The Westlake Village City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to reappoint three city council members and forgo the city election on Nov. 8. The three reappointed council members are Robert Slavin, Mark Rutherford and Sue McSweeney. It’s the first time in Westlake Village history that there were no challengers in a city election and the incumbents had to be reappointed […]

Brandeis group seeks new members