The Conejo/Las Virgenes Fu- ture Foundation will host the sixth annual CLvFFie Awards on Sun., Nov. 5, at the Janet and Ray Scherr Forum Theater at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. The CLvFFie (pronounced cliffie) Awards honor individuals and groups in the Conejo/Las Vir- genes region in various categories. According to CLvFFie co- chair Jeff Blum, more than 40 […]
FRIENDLY POSE-Scott Prewitt, 16, spied this squirrel at Mae Boyer Park in West Hills. Scott said the little fella spoke kindly of his squirrel friends and also commented on the odd difference in spelling of the Los Angeles County park where he makes his home and Mae Boyar Park in Oak Park, where his Ventura County cousins reside.
There are several intriguing Marmonte League girls’ tennis matchups scheduled today. Calabasas, ranked No. 5 in the latest CIF-SS Division I poll, will be on the road to play an improved Simi Valley squad. Agoura travels to Thousand Oaks to take on a Lancer team that continues to compete with- out the dominating Ritz sisters. In other local action, Westlake […]
IO Design, the new design center in Westlake Village, will kick off Design Celebration 2006 with a two-day event on Fri. and Sat., Oct. 20 and 21. The Ameri- can Heart Association, Ventura County Division is co-sponsor. The event will begin with a private, invitation-only reception in the showroom from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Oct. 20. There will be silent […]
Will someone please tell me who decided to put a playground at Gates Park (Thousand Oaks Boulevard above Parkmor) that is masquerading as a McDonald’s? In a greenbelt park up in the natu- ral hillside beauty we used to be able to enjoy here in Calabasas, “they” have put a monstrosity of a play- ground in bright red and yellow […]
A newly refurbished, ex- panded home that offers many options for living. The easy-flowing floorplan may be used as a 3-bedroom, 2- bath, family room and bonus room, or huge 4-bedroom with master and sitting room, or “granny-in-law quarters.” Lifestyle comforts in- clude newer appliances, breakfast room, cozy fire- place, and covered patio. Enjoy complete privacy or modify landscape to […]
STORYTELLER- Agoura Hills librarian “Miss Grace” Bernard reads to a group of youngsters, including Quinn Dunker, 3, left, and Luke Dalton, 4, center, both Agoura Hills residents, during the weekly Toddler Time reading hour at the library.
Poet Erland Anderson, pro- fessor at Moorpark College, will discuss the difficulty translating literature during a program entitled “Crossing the Border between Darkness and Darkness: Discovering the Works of Swedish Writers Rolf Aggestam and Harry Martinson” at 7:30 p.m. in the Nelson Room on the campus of California Lutheran Univer- sity in Thousand Oaks. The event is open to the […]