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The Theatricum Botanicum in Topanga Canyon offers a summer Shakespeare Drama Camp. Students will participate in classical theatre classes. The youth classes are ages 4 to 18 will cover armed and unarmed stage combat, improvisation, voice, speech, movement, Elizabethan dance and music, character development, acting, stage make-up and text analysis. The classes will all culminate in a Shakespeare performance. Homeschooling […]
More than 80 teams from the Conejo Valley will walk around the clock at the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life this weekend at Willow Elementary School in Agoura Hills. Starting at 10 a.m. Sat., April 24 and ending 24 hours later on Sun., April 25, the Relay combines fun with a cause that is good. The city of Agoura […]
Col. John Fer will speak at the Westlake Village Rotary Club at noon Wed., April 28 at the North Ranch Country Club, 4761 Valley Spring Drive, Westlake Village. The community is invited to the meeting, during which Fer will share his experiences as a pilot flying 54 combat missions during the Vietnam War. Fer was shot down over North Vietnam in 1967 […]
THURS., APRIL 22 Mary Health 100 Club Annual Spring Luncheon 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Four Seasons Hotel, Two Dole Drive, Westlake Village. “Springtime in Paradise” Polynesian theme. Food, entertainment, fashion show, vendors, silent auction, raffles, quality goods from Merry Hall Tree Thrift Store. Benefits the Sisters of Mary Health of the Sick. Phone: 805.498.3644 Contact: Kathy Tamashiro Email: […]
White Oak Elementary School will present its third annual Science Fair from 6:30 to 8 p.m. today, April 22 in the multipurpose room, 31761 Village School Road, Westlake Village. Science exhibits made by the students will be on display. The students will be present to answer questions. All students, family and friends are welcome.
Before 1986, autism was diagnosed for 1 in 10,000 children. Today, depending on which statistics are used, it is 1 in 91 to 1 in 110 children nationwide and 1 in 67 in California. The numbers continue to rise on a worldwide basis. What could cause this incredible rise of autism spectrum disorders? The answer is genetic, epigenetic and environmental […]
Such a headline would have been laughable 20 years ago when public employee remuneration was substantially lower than that of the private sector. Today, the tables have turned. The total benefits package received by members of the public labor organization, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), easily surpasses what employees of comparable skill in the private sector might reasonably expect […]