Wants different approach to the WLV water tank

Last fall, the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District Board of Directors moved forward in approving the design budget for the water storage tank. Since the vote to design, LVMWD has publicly said that the cost to build the tank is 35 percent higher and that the design is more flexible—two pipes to it instead of one. LVMWD has not, publicly […]

The original organic weed eaters

Young voices blossom at end-of-year show


“Who says music doesn’t change lives?” Alan Rose, longtime director of Westlake High School’s Choral Music Department, asks that question at almost every one of the school’s concerts. Many of his students stay in the program for the entire four years they spend at WHS, despite the fact that, as Rose candidly admits with a twinkle in his eye, “It’s […]

Viewpoint grad inspired by robots

One of 109 seniors graduating from Viewpoint School on June 15, class valedictorian Christopher “Chris” Wakefield Kimes, explored a variety of subjects during his time at the private campus in Calabasas. Chris excelled in academics, music and athletics, but found his calling early on when he joined the Viewpoint robotics team in his freshman year. “Robotics is my biggest passion. […]

Get ready for Kanan Bowl II

Agoura prepares for Oak Park in Friday’s alumni football game

Kanan Bowl II is here. It’s not quite the Super Bowl, but it’s bigger than Tecmo Bowl. Former football players from Agoura and Oak Park high schools will battle each other in a full-contact alumni game at 7 p.m. Friday at Oak Park High. This isn’t about geezers going toe-to-toe on the gridiron. It’s a fundraiser. The schools hope to […]

Helpful article

Thank you to Gloria Glasser for her recent column in last week’s paper outlining all the great activities and events in and around the Santa Monica Mountains and surrounding parklands. It was so helpful to have the hiking, plant lectures and family events for June noted in her column this past week. I’m an avid hiker in the area but […]

Curling in Simi Valley

SoCal Curling will present a curling open house at 7 p. m. Sat., June 8 at the ice arena, 131 W. Easy St., Simi Valley. Curling is a Winter Olympic event in which teams of four take turns sliding 42-pound stones across the ice toward a target. Beginners will be taught the rules of the game. All equipment will be […]


THURS., JUNE 6 ‘Ah, Yes, I Remember It Well’ 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at Simi Valley Senior Center, 3900 Avenida Simi. Musical written and directed by local seniors about elderly couple celebrating a milestone wedding anniversary. Free admission. Refreshments served. Contact: Marcia. Phone: 805.495.9608. Mysteries To Die For Book Discussion Group 6:45 p.m. at Super Tommy’s, 3085 E. Thousand Oaks […]

Agoura High School celebrates feminine side

Agoura High School seniors graduate on June 13. Five of the graduates are outstanding young women whose futures appear to be bright. As commencement approaches, The Acorn is proud to introduce these leaders of tomorrow. Jordana “Jordi” Baraad Jordi’s list of achievements run the gamut of academics, athletics and community service. Scholastically, Jordi has nabbed a slew of awards, including […]

Rugby club to host Saturday shootout

Ventura County Rugby Club is hosting a big event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. The second annual Outlaw Rugby 7’s Shootout will be at Conejo Creek Park South, 1300 E. Janss Road in Thousand Oaks. The club expects 27 men’s and women’s teams from across the state to participate in the tournament, which is free to the […]

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