High School Hi Lights

Agoura ChargersFri., Oct. 25: First quarter endsAAC meeting/ faculty diningroom/11 a.m.Dodgeball tournament/gym/5p.m.ComedySportz/performingarts education center/6 p.mMon., Oct. 28: TAB meeting/faculty dining room/7 p.m.Start of Red Ribbon WeekWed., Oct. 30: Late start day Calabasas CoyotesFri., Oct. 25: First quarter endsSat., Oct. 26: DTASC fall festival/ 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.ACT/8 a.m. Oak Park EaglesFri., Oct. 25: Black box production/ pavilion/7 p.m.Sat., Oct. […]

Agoura High parking mess

Regarding the street parking around Agoura High School, why not have parking permits for all the neighborhoods completely surrounding the school? The school parking spaces that do exist should be awarded only to seniors. If there are not enough parking spaces even for that one grade level, then they should be awarded first to those who can prove they are […]

CLU hosts Dia los Muertos event

California Lutheran University’s Latin American Student Organization will present a Día de Los Muertos event from 6 to 8 p.m. Wed., Oct. 30 on the lawn of the Swenson Center on Faculty Street on the Thousand Oaks campus. As part of the Latin celebration of All Saints’ and All Souls’ days, a Day of the Dead altar will be built […]

Gala guests support kids

Donors raise funds for Boys & Girls Clubs

More than 600 guests came to last weekend’s gala fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley and opened their hearts and wallets to one of the fastest-growing, youth-serving organizations in the region. The Boys & Girls Clubs now serve more than 3,100 children at elementary and middle school campuses from Calabasas to Thousand Oaks, an increase […]

Theologian to discuss Christian activism

Activist theologian Ched Myers will present a vision of Christian discipleship that opens alternative paths to justice and equality during a presentation titled “Radical Christianity: Contemporary Anarchism and the Church” at 7 p.m. Wed., Nov 6 in Samuelson Chapel, south of Olsen Road near Campus Drive, California Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks. Historically in the U.S., people of faith have been […]

ASB students receive generous gift

Safety first

The newest project in Westlake Village is redoing the green strip separating Lindero Canyon Road from the spillway. We so badly need sidewalks the length of Lindero. Is the project walkable? The designs say the pathways are “6 feet wide typical.” More truthfully, it goes from 4 feet with bushes on each side, which crowd it down to less, to […]

Food and fashion

A FULL TABLE—Oak Park resident Elizabeth Quon, left, Madison Reid and Megan McWilliams sample food provided by the Loteria Grill at a trunk show and fundaiser for the Westlake Village Junior Women’s Club on Oct. 16. The designer boutique Madison from the Promenade shopping center hosted the event. Left, Michelle Shiloni shops for jewelry and clothing.

City’s annual fall festival celebrates all things orange

CROWD PLEASER— Above, Riviera Romeo, 8, of Camarillo prepares for a big bite at the festival’s pumpkin pie eating contest. Below, professional carver Doug Goodreau creates a jack-o’-lantern at his booth during the two-day festival Juan De Anza Park. Bottom, Agoura resident Dan Tamkin hangs onto to his 1-year-old as they speed down the Fun Slide. Pumpkin seed spitting contests […]

Shabbat is filled with music

Temple Aliyah in Woodland Hills will host a musicallyinfused Shabbat Live at 7:30 p.m. Fri., Nov. 1 at the Hyatt Westlake Plaza, 880 S. Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village. The community is invited to join in song and prayer. Rabbi Stewart Vogel and Hazzan Mimi Haselkorn will be leading the musically infused service with guitar and percussion. Following the service, everyone […]

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