2007-03-01

Community groups rise to the occasion



When Oak Park students attend music classes each day, they can thank their parents and others for the program. A small group of Oak Park residents raises thousands of dollars annually to help create and retain new programs in local schools, including music education. Friends of Oak Park Schools, a 13-member board made up mostly of parents with children in […]

St. Max Casino Night deals a good hand



HEDGING BETS- From left, Marc and Lisa Pollon of Westlake Village and Chris and Alex Cuilty of Moorpark enjoy a hand dealt by Gold Coast Casinos dealer Jerry Philips at the St. Maximilian Kolbe Catholic Church’s Casino Night held Saturday in Westlake Village.

A tree and his friend



FRUITFUL ENDEAVOR- Eric Winikoff as The Boy gathers apples that have fallen from the branches of his selfless friend The Tree, played by Ryan Rosenheim, in a performance of Shel Silverstein’s “The Giving Tree” at Sumac Elementary School recently. The show was one of five popular children’s books brought to life by Hilary Boss’ combined fourth- and fifth-grade class at […]

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Agoura Hills There were three car burglaries on Lake Lindero Drive on Feb. 20. Altogether the burglars stole a $2,500 laptop computer and a GPS worth $200. Three car windows were also shattered that day. Someone stole a computer valued at $4,500 from an office in the 8200 block of Dorothy Drive on Feb. 17. Someone stole a purse containing […]

One- man show



MAGIC BANJO- Michael Miles will bring his one-man show to the Scherr Forum Theater at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza at 7:30 p.m. Sat., March 17. The evening of music and poetry, wit and politics, which includes the writings of Mark Twain, Walt Whitman and Pete Seeger, is a social and political journey into Americana. For tickets, call (805) […]

Vote for Keeler



I have been a longtime resident in Calabasas. I have been a big supporter of preserving the natural beauty of Calabasas. I have participated in the growth of the arts in the community. I have attended City Council meetings on several occasions. When I attend the Calabasas City Council meetings and listen to the council and concerned citizens, I constantly […]

Tri-level In Agoura



This trilevel, 3bedroom, 2.5-bath home in Agoura Hills has large rooms, high wood beams, open decks and views. The .8-acre lot has heritage oak, orchard and horse pasture with room for a herd. The bonus room could be a studio or guest quarters. Schools and riding trails are nearby. For more information on this property listed at $1,090,000, call Nona […]

Filmmaker delves into world of autism



A free screening of “Normal People Scare Me,” a film about autism made by a teenager with autism, will be presented at 7 p.m. Mon., March 5 at the Westlake Village Twin Theater, 4711 Lakeview Canyon Road. The screening will be followed by a questionandanswer session with the teen, Taylor Cross, and his mother and director of the film, Keri […]

Juried art show coming to Thousand Oaks

Paintings, photos, sculptures needed

Westlake Village Art Guild’s annual Open Juried Show will be March 22 through April 13 at the Thousand Oaks Community Gallery, 2331 Borchard Road, Newbury Park. The show is open to all painters, photographers and sculptors. Take-in day will be from noon to 4 p.m. Sun., March 18. A reception and awards presentation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. […]

Kindergarten registration to begin for Las Virgenes district

April 4 at all eight elementary schools

Registration for the September 2007 kindergarten class will begin Wed., April 4 at all eight elementary schools in the Las Virgenes Unified School District. Registration for students entering grades 1 through 5 will start Mon., April 16. Parents may sign up between 9 and 11 a.m. and 1 and 3 p.m. weekdays. Parents need to bring two proofs of residence […]


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