Reyes Adobe Days to start tomorrow in Agoura Hills

In the grand tradition of the rancho-period fiestas, the city of Agoura Hills will host Reyes Adobe Days, a three-day event offering educational and cultural experiences for all ages from Fri. to Sun., Oct. 14 to 16. The Adobe is at Reyes Adobe Park, 5464 Reyes Adobe Road at Rainbow Crest in Agoura Hills. Celebrating the one-year anniversary of the […]

Be a part of Make a Difference Day

Last year, three million people accomplished thousands of goodwill projects in hundreds of towns across America on Make a Difference Day. Make a Difference Day, starting at 9 a.m. on Sat., Oct. 22, is an annual, nationwide celebration of neighbors helping neighbors. This year, volunteers will come together to help restore and enhance the natural habitats of birds and animals […]

Annual sale of native plants to be presented by wildflower enthusiasts

The California Native Plant Society’s (CNPS) Los AngelesSanta Monica Mountains Chapter will host its annual California Native Plant Sale and Fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat. and Sun., Oct. 15 and 16 at the Sepulveda Garden Center, 16633 Magnolia Blvd., Encino. Hundreds of California native plants will be available for purchase. The sale will include plants, seeds, shrubs, […]

Ovarian cancer to be discussed

Local women fighting ovarian cancer and their families can explore ways to educate and empower themselves at a free workshop hosted by The Wellness Community Valley/Ventura from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Thurs., Oct. 27 at The Wellness Community Valley/ Ventura, 530 Hampshire Road, Westlake Village. Gynecologic oncologist Dr. W. Michael Hogan will discuss ways to improve the quality of life […]

Weekend Schedule

Agoura at Royal Friday, 7 p.m. Oaks Christian at Fillmore Friday, 7:30 p.m. Calabasas at Moorpark Friday, 7 p.m. Oak Park at Carpinteria Friday, 7:30 p.m. Simi Valley at Newbury Park Friday, 7 p.m.

A big thank you

As the fires blazed through Oak Park, Simi Valley and the west San Fernando Valley last week, firefighters from all over the state came to our rescue. I would like to thank the Ventura and Los Angeles County firefighters for their tireless efforts to control the fires and protect our homes. Another big thanks goes to Harvey Kern and Brett […]

Planning leader for city council

This November, the citizens of Agoura Hills have a rare opportunity to elect to our Agoura Hills City Council a person of proven experience who has given valuable service to our community. That person is William D. Koehler. A decade ago, the residents of Morrison Ranch were faced with disaster. Heavy rains had caused serious land slippage in several areas. […]

Private Patio with Fountain and Views

This 3-bedroom, 2.5bath townhome has a very large, desirable floorplan in Hidden Canyon. Located on a secluded pathway with mature trees, this home offers a private patio with fountain and great views. Features include custom paint, adorable nursery, tile floor in kitchen, family room and baths, marble entry living room with fireplace, vaulted ceilings, and formal dining room. The charming […]

Officials try to keep civic center on budget

The Calabasas Civic Center design remains on time and on budget, officials said at last week’s city council meeting. The civic center, which will include a 27,700-square-foot city hall, a 25,700-square-foot library and a 3,000-square-foot assembly hall, will be built on Park Sorrento near The Commons shopping center. “The civic center task force went to New York (the week before […]

LVUSD employees paid high tribute

Two Las Virgenes Unified School District employees were paid the highest tribute at the school board meeting last month for their dedication to their students and school. Deborah Frank, an English teacher at Agoura High School, was presented with the Certificated Employee of the Year award, and Jo Karnofsky earned the Classified Employee of the Year award. Steve Hanke, assistant […]

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