Night volleyball at Conejo Sports Club

The Conejo Ski and Sports Club has more than 400 members and offers year-round events, many of which welcome guests. Monday Night Volleyball (outdoor sand) on two courts with up to nine people per side takes place from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on July 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 at the sand courts at Dos Vientos Park in Newbury […]

Talks tackle temptation

The Rev. Bob Bjerkaas, pastor of Church in the Canyon in Calabasas, is addressing the issues from Matthew 4:1-11 on “The Temptation of Jesus” in a miniseries during the 10:45 a.m. Sunday services at the church, 4235 Las Virgenes Road, Calabasas. The series will help people become better equipped to resist temptation. The series is for those who are tempted […]

Passing the test

It’s only June, but local high school football players approached the Conejo Classic Passing Tournament like the Super Bowl. Players didn’t hold anything back at the 7-on-7 passing tournament hosted by Westlake, Thousand Oaks and Newbury Park high schools last weekend. Perennial powerhouses Oaks Christian and Westlake made the final four, with the Lions falling to Alemany in the final. […]

Eco legislation is hurting the state

I am hopeful the November elections will usher in rational representation for California. After following the state’s provision of Pavley and Nunez’s extreme measure (SB32), I have given up on Fran Pavley as well as any liberal representative at the county, state and federal level. America, especially California, will not experience prosperity and growth by taxation and endless regulation. Unfortunately, […]

Disney exhibit at Reagan Library

Disney’s official fan club, D23, will present “Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives” from Fri., July 6 through April 2013 at the Reagan Library, 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley. At 12,000 square feet, this exhibit of more than 500 historic artifacts from nearly nine decades of Disney history will be the largest ever curated by the Walt Disney Archives. From […]

Program for seniors

Adat Elohim Seniors will present Michael Sackett, pianist, and Lillian Boyd, vocalist, performing favorite upbeat songs at 2 p.m. Tues., July 17 in the temple social hall, 2420 E. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. All are welcome at no charge. For details, call Bill Berger at (818) 889-1370.

Lady Outlaws ready for rugby

Ashley Palmer doesn’t make excuses. She’ s hobbling on a high-ankle sprain at Woodside Park in Camarillo for a recent practice with the Ventura County Rugby Club. Palmer’s dressed in street clothes, but she’s optimistic about playing through the pain. Her throbbing ankle looks like one of those California Raisins singers. Miguel Jimenez, a coach, shakes his head in disbelief […]

HOA squabble

The Calabasas Park property owners are surrounded by lovely common areas that they once owned and controlled through their homeowners association, the Calabasas Park Homeowners Association (CPHA). Their association has been taken over by people who are also members of other homeowners associations in Calabasas and thus do not live in Calabasas Park. Though the Calabasas Park property owners have […]

Finding 4 a.m. on the El Camino Real

A DASH OF YOUTH I don’t think 4 a.m. exists. For me, seeing is believing, and I’ve never stayed up long enough to see 4 a.m. on a clock. I did some research at UC Berkeley’s science department on the subject last winter. I walked into a lab and asked a professor, “Does 4 a.m. exist?” He gave me a […]

City appreciates veterinary hospital

The doctors and staff at Conejo Valley Veterinary Hospital take in and treat injured and orphaned wild animals that are brought to them by the public. On June 12, Mayor Pro Tem Claudia Bill-de la Peña presented a certificate of appreciation from the City of Thousand Oaks to the animal hospital. For more than five decades, the doctors of Conejo […]

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