2006-09-28

Diver to speak at Maritime Museum



Diver Tom Kendrick will give a special presentation on the California sea urchin fishing indus- ry at 7 p.m. Thurs., Oct. 5 in the Munger Theater of the Santa Bar- bara Maritime Museum, 113 Har- bor Way, Ste. 190. Kendrick will discuss the highs and lows of the sea urchin ishing industry with a focus on he sea urchin boom […]

Robin McAfee



Top Selling Agent honors for June, 2006 went to Robin McAfee at PrudentiaCalifornia Realty’s North Ranch/Westlake Village office. McAfee has been a resident of the Conejo Valley since 1979. As such, she is a qualified local area expert, with knowledge of the community, schools & neighborhoods. McAfee has extensive experience in marketing and negotiating successful sales & purchases. She is […]

Demystifying sensory dysfunction



Children with short attention spans who can’t sit still for long and experience frequent “melt- down” temper tantrums are often diagnosed with ADD or another spectrum disorder, but the diag- nosis may be incorrect, some ex- perts say. Spectrum disorders include attention deficit disorder, hyper- activity or both; obsessive com- pulsive disorder; oppositional de- fiance disorder, and even autism. To […]

Wellness community seeks Homes Tour sponsors



Local organizations can support The Wellness Commu- nity Valley/Ventura’s pro- grams of support for people fighting cancer by signing up as a sponsor or advertiser for the 15th anniversary Holiday Homes Tour, which will take place Dec. 2 and 3. Capgemini, Intel and HP are this year’s title sponsors. “This is a favorite commu- nity event which holds even more […]

Parents on the court, too



The public is invited to join a monthly “Tennis Anyone?” mixer at the Pacific Tennis Club at Westlake Village Inn, 4700 Lakeview Canyon Road in Westlake Village. This event is for parents of schoolchildren interested in playing tennis. It’s a way for parents to meet and mingle and get some exercise while donat- ing money to their child’s school (fundraiser, […]

Area Muslims confirm faith



Memories of Sept. 11, 2001 re- cently resurfaced on its fifth anni- versary. The tragedy initially caused some suspicion about Islam, but Muslims in Conejo Valley said they have found that for them, not much has changed. When it became known that those responsible for the World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks were followers of Islam, Muslims in America were […]

Go inside artists’ studios



The annual Valley Artists Studio Tour, scheduled from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat. and Sun., Oct. 14 and 15, will showcase the art- works of 45 fine artists working in a variety of media. The event is sponsored by the San Fernando Valley Arts Council. Since many artist’s studios are not generally open to the public, the self-guided tour […]

Master Series North Ranch Home



Master Series North Ranch customized four bedroom home. There is a private master suite down- stairs with retreat plus separate guest bedroom. Second story has two bed- rooms plus cozy loft. Gour- met kitchen slab granite counters and garden win- dow. Breakfast area leads to landscaped patio with built-in barbecue. Formal dining room plus family room includes built-in en- tertainment […]

Learn art of networking



The Thousand Oaks/Westlake Village Regional Chamber of Commerce will have a breakfast on Fri., Oct. 6. This month’s topic is “Who are you and what do you do?” Effective networking tech- niques will be discussed. Anyone can improve and de- velop his or her networking skills. Guests will learn how to use their networking time effectively and efficiently. Three guest […]

Pavley organizes women’s forum



Assemblymember Fran Pavley and Kaiser Permanente will host a free Women’s Health Forum from 10 a.m. to noon Sat., Sept. 30 at Pierce College, 6201 Complementary parking will be available in Lot 7 at he Mason Street entrance off Victory Boulevard. The event will include skin cancer screenings, tips on pre- paring nutritious snacks, and health care experts discussing healthy […]


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