Teens organize show-stopping event for seniors

Seniors and teenagers shared a memorable musical journey last weekend at a Best of Broadway presentation organized by the Calabasas Teen Activities Council. The free performance for seniors at Calabasas Library Founder’s Hall featured musical theater numbers performed by Woodland Hills residents Raymond Saar and Diane Ketchie, a married couple who have performed around the world. “This was the most […]

Green Scene Faire

In celebration of Earth Day, the United Methodist Church of Westlake Village will host a Green Scene Faire from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sun., April 10 on the church patio and parking lot, 1049 S. Westlake Blvd. The eco-friendly, informative event for all ages will have displays, tree dedications, used sport shoe collection for Sole Purpose Homeless Shoe Relief, […]

Soccer camp announced

Calabasas High School boys’ varsity soccer coach Brett Nowlin and former coach John Reich have announced the start of a soccer camp for children ages 6 to 12. The camp will run Mon. through Fri., April 18 to 22 on the Calabasas High School campus. Summer camps will take place at Round Meadow Elementary School near Hidden Hills. The camp, […]

Calabasas Chamber breakfast in April

‘Unlock your motivation and grow your business’

The Calabasas Chamber Networking Breakfast will be from 7:15 to 8:45 a.m. Thurs., April 14 at Hilton Garden Inn, 24150 Park Sorrento, Calabasas. Allison Miler, PhD, will speak on “ Unlock your motivation and grow your business to the next level.” The charge is $ 15 for members and $20 for firsttime visitors. No shows will be charged. On the […]

City and its residents in a foul mood

California’s environmental laws are not forgiving. Among other things, they’re meant to keep the state’s waterways clean, something we all support. But the compliance always comes at a cost. Last year, the City of Calabasas required 130 homes with septic tanks to have their systems inspected and, if necessary, to make the sometimes expensive repairs. To be sure, the city […]

Make-A-Wish Foundation shines a ray of hope on local family’s life

A 4-year-old girl whose life has been continual hospital visits for painful leukemia treatments had a chance to enjoy a weekend in the snow last month when her wish was granted by a local nonprofit. Quinn McMurtry of West Hills has been undergoing treatment for leukemia, a cancer that affects the blood and bone marrow, at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles […]

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Volunteers needed for Curriculum Council

The Las Virgenes Unified School District is seeking applicants who resident within the district’s attendance area to serve on the district’s Curriculum Council. Three positions are available, each for a twoyear term ending June 2013. Applicants should have a strong interest in cur- riculum and instruction in the district. College degree or teaching credential is not required. The council meets […]