2016-02-18

Complaint about the senior center



I’ve been a resident of the Mulwood area of Calabasas since 1971. I am happy to report that I will be 80 years old this year and am in good health due mainly to the fact that I am able to exercise regularly. I generally travel almost 20 miles per day to get to and from the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community […]

Learn about dinosaurs at Oak Park Library



The Ventura County Library System will host an Education Through Nature presentation titled “Dynamic Dinosaurs!” at 2:30 p.m. Sun., Feb. 21 at the Oak Park Library, 899 N. Kanan Road. The free event is for all ages. Attendees can become paleontologists by examining museum-quality replicas of real dinosaur fossils. They will understand the concept of extinction and have the opportunity […]

Health chats



Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center will present Health Chats, free community health education seminars, at The Oaks mall, Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. Refreshments will be provided during both presentations. Understanding Dementia and Alzheimer’s: Reducing Your Risk?” will run from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Thurs., Feb. 18 in the lower level near Macy’s Men’s and Home Store. The speaker will […]

WILD Hearts

Volunteers’ love of animals keeps California Wildlife Center relevant


Whether she is preparing a meal for an injured possum, checking on an orphaned duckling or tending to the sick raptors in the California Wildlife Center’s intensive care unit, Donna Mahan knows exactly what must be done to keep her feathered and furry patients comfortable and safe. Mahan is one of over 100 volunteers who assist the eight full-time employees […]

Calabasas rolls out catch-basin project



And the Oscar goes to . . .

The Movie Nut

This year, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has assembled an eclectic mix of Best Picture nominees. Below are some reasons why each contender should win—and why it shouldn’t. “The Big Short” It’s a devastating story of destroyed lives, with a cast of A-list stars, told by a director who goes to wacky extremes to make complex financial […]

Author to discuss sex-testing regulations for athletes

Book signing and lecture March 2

Cal Lutheran University will host “An Evening With the Author: Katrina Karkazis,” with a book signing from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Wed., March 2 in the Pearson Library lobby at 135 Chapel Lane on the Thousand Oaks campus, and a lecture from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Lundring Events Center inside the Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center, on Olsen […]

Calabasas City Council tries to rein in costly senior center

Fees lowered, shortfall remains


Calabasas officials lowered a proposed $25 monthly fee to use the city’s new senior center in response to elderly residents who felt the membership cost was too high. Under a revised plan, membership fees will be paid not monthly, but yearly, and will cost $100 for individuals and $125 for couples. The original fee amounted to $300 a year, Space […]

An award-winning rec center

Agoura Hills community facility wins state honor


Local and state officials will convene at the Agoura Hills Recreation and Event Center next month to present the new facility with an award. Amy Brink, director of community services, announced that the center was the recipient of the 2015 California Park and Recreation Society Award of Excellence. The state program recognizes outstanding achievements in the areas of facility design, […]

Calendar



THURS., FEB. 18 Channel Islands Gulls 11 a.m. at Pierpont Inn, 550 San Jon Road, Ventura. Social hour at 11 a.m., luncheon at noon. Wear red or pink for Heart Awareness and Valentine’s Day. Opportunity drawing for prizes. Proceeds benefit local charities. RSVP required. Cost: $25 prepaid. Contact: Shirley. Phone: 805.263.6062. Soroptimist International Of Simi Valley 6 p.m. at Lost […]


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