2008-02-28

Camarillo Café to host singers



The Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District presents a special performance on Fri., March 21 at the Camarillo Café, 515 Eubanks St. at the Camarillo Airport. Open stage/microphone begins at 8 p.m. Sign-up is required. The feature performers, The MacMammals and Southcoast, begin at 9:30 p.m. The MacMammals, Carol and Ron Bloom, have performed together for more than three years. […]

Offering Upgrades And Amenities Throughout



This home in Agoura Hills has 4 bedrooms plus a loft and 3 bathrooms, and features wood floors, high ceilings, plantation shutters, French doors, recessed lights and crown molding. The upgraded kitchen has granite counters and a large walk-in pantry. There is one bedroom and bath downstairs. The family room has a river rock fireplace and wet bar. The master […]

Power outage



Calabasas City Hall on Mureau Road was left without telephone and Internet service for two days last week when an allegedly drunken driver slammed into a large AT&T utility box. The crash occurred Mon., Feb. 18 and knocked out service to the homes and businesses near the intersection of Mureau and Las Virgenes roads, officials said.

Celebrating liberty, responsibility



Teacher grants available



Pre-kindergarten through grade 12 educators will be awarded $1 million in grants and scholarships through the 2008 A+ For Energy program, which recognizes innovative energy education programs in the classroom. Awardees will receive a cash grant of $5,000 or $10,000 to implement their program, a full scholarship to attend a three-day Energy Educator Training Conference, and a Science of Energy […]

Sheriff’s Blotter



Agoura Hills A vandal caused $200 in damages by shattering the window of a vehicle parked in the 5400 block of Micaela Drive Feb. 18. Someone caused $2,000 in damages while attempting to gain entry into a business in the 29500 block of Canwood Street Feb. 17. They shattered several windows, but nothing was taken. Calabasas A thief stole a […]

Movie filmed in T.O. will premiere



“Wreck the Halls,” a new movie starring Thousand Oaks residents Megan Ashley, 9, and Mickey Rooney, 87, will have its world premiere in competition at the International Family Film Festival on March 2 at Raleigh Studios, 5300 Melrose Ave., Hollywood. The movie was filmed on location in Thousand Oaks at the University Village Retirement Community and at Stagecoach Liquors. The […]

Networking Organization Offers Diversity And Variety



Complete Marketing Advantage, known as “CMA” is one powerful real estate networking group! Formed in late 2000, this group consists of 34 of the Conejo Valley’s finest real estate agents from 16 different offices, all working together to serve their clients’ needs. The agents in this group meet twice a month at a local breakfast café, rain or shine, to […]

Oak Park reading program a success



Every Wednesday morning a special visitor comes to Robbin Lund’s kindergarten class at Red Oak Elementary School in Oak Park. Evelyn Ross, a retiree, is a volunteer reader for the class. Each week she arrives with a new book and a puppet or other accessory to entertain the children with. The children love Ross for her warmth and enthusiasm, according […]

Rotary Club welcomes speakers



The Agoura Hills/Oak Park Rotary Club is seeking new members and welcomes all guests. The club meets for breakfast at 7 a.m. Tuesdays at Brent’s Deli, 2799 Townsgate Road, Westlake Village. Following are the upcoming guest speakers: •March 4: Roberta’s Rules. Dr. Julia Balen of California State University Channel Islands will discuss Roberta’s Rules, which make it easier for leaders […]