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DATES TO REMEMBER
THE FUN RETURNS WITH THE 2012 CALABASAS PUMPKIN FESTIVAL!
  CALABASAS WALK-IN FLU VACCINE CLINIC 
CALABASAS CITY SCHOOLS TO CELEBRATE INTERNATIONAL WALK TO SCHOOL DAY 
GET INFORMED ON THE BALLOT ISSUES
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS NIGHT
DROP, COVER & HOLD ON DURING THE GREAT CALIFORNIA SHAKEOUT
SUBMIT A VIDEO TO CELEBRATE EPA'S CLEAN WATER ACT 40TH ANNIVERSARY
HAM RADIO LICENSE STUDY SESSION
  LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE IS OCTOBER 22 
FREE BULKY ITEM PICK-UP FOR CALABASAS RESIDENTS
OCTOBER EVENTS WITH MOUNTAINS RESTORATION TRUST
NATIONAL PARK FOUNDATION GRANT TO BRING
LOCAL STUDENTS TO THE SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS
ENTER THE ANNUAL CALABASAS ENVIRONMENTALLY-THEMED DRAWING CONTEST
LIBRARY EVENTS IN OCTOBER
REGISTER FOR THE CALABASAS CLASSIC 5K/10K RUNS 
RANCHO LAS VIRGENES COMMUNITY COMPOST PROGRAM 
HALLOWEEN SAFETY TIPS  
  E-WASTE COLLECTION EVENTS 
LOCAL EVENTS IN THE ARTS
WHAT'S ON CTV
CALABASAS CALENDARS, MEETINGS & HOLIDAYS

Dates to Remember

October 2012:  

3 - International Walk to School Day

6 E-Waste Collection

10 - Non-Partisan Analysis of the Measures on the November Ballot

10 - City Council Meeting

11 - Emergency Preparedness Night

17 - Emergency Preparedness Night

18 - Great Southern California ShakeOut

18 - Deadline to Submit EPA Video

20 - Calabasas Pumpkin Festival

21 - Calabasas Pumpkin Festival

22 - Last Day to Register to Vote for the 2012 Election

24 - City Council Meeting

25 - Emergency Preparedness Night

27 - Walk-In Flu Vaccine Clinic (for Calabasas Residents Only)

27 - Free Bulky Item Pick-Up
(for Calabasas Residents Only)

November 2012: 2 - Deadline to Enter the Environmentally-Themed Drawing Contest

3 -  E-Waste Collection


4 - Daylight Saving Time Ends

6 - National General Election

10 - Water Base Paint & Used Oil Round-Up

11 - Calabasas Classic 5k/10k Runs

12 - Veterans' Day (Observed) - City Hall Closed

14 - City Council Meeting

17 -  E-Waste Collection


22 - Thanksgiving Day - City Hall Closed

23 - Day After Thanksgiving - City Hall Closed

28 - City Council Meeting

The Fun Returns!
CALABASAS
PUMPKIN FESTIVAL
OCTOBER 20 & 21

 

 

Drop, Cover & Hold On!
GREAT CALIFORNIA
SHAKEOUT

OCTOBER 18 AT 10:18 A.M.

 

 

 
For Calabasas Residents Only
WALK-IN FLU VACCINE CLINIC
October 27

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Attention Calabasas Residents:
FREE BULKY ITEM PICK-UP
OCTOBER 27

 

 

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THE FUN RETURNS WITH THE 2012 CALABASAS PUMPKIN FESTIVAL!

Music, excitement, and great, affordable family fun - the 2012 Calabasas Pumpkin Festival is here! Come join the excitement on Saturday, October 20 and Sunday, October 21 from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. at Juan Bautista de Anza Park. Admission is only $5 dollars (children under two are free), including free parking and shuttle service! Entry price also includes inflatables and a giant slide, reptile and bug shows, participation in pumpkin pie eating, mummy wrap and pumpkin seed spitting contests, a Business Expo and Sunday car show. Also included will be live entertainment from the ultimate eighties group “The Spazmatics”, Bruce Springsteen tribute “The Rising” and more great bands!

Stroll through the corridor of vendors and shop for jewelry, home and garden items, baby clothes, and Harvest & Halloween treats. Visit the food court and sample a variety of delicious food and beverages. Enjoy children's craft projects, balloon animals, face painting, and pumpkins! The festival offers pumpkin painting for the kids and adults will find pumpkin beer in the beer garden. Plus, don’t forget to pick your Halloween pumpkin in the pumpkin patch!

Parking and entrance begins at the corner of Lost Hills Road & Agoura Road. Please note that there is no parking along Las Virgenes/Malibu Canyon Rd. There are ATMs on site, and credit card sales are limited to select Marketplace vendors. Don’t miss this great weekend outdoors with the entire community!

For more information, www.calabasaspumpkinfestival.com.

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CALABASAS WALK-IN FLU VACCINE CLINIC

The Calabasas Walk-In Flu Vaccine Clinic will be held on Saturday, October 27, 2012 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Founders Hall (200 Civic Center Way) in Calabasas. Free seasonal flu shots will be offered on a first come, first served basis (while supplies last) to Calabasas residents only. Flu shots will be administered by Passport Health, the largest provider of travel medical/immunization services in the United States. The minimum age to receive a flu shot at the clinic is 6 months. No pets will be allowed on-site for the clinic. For additional information, please call (818) 224-1620.

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CALABASAS CITY SCHOOLS TO CELEBRATE INTERNATIONAL WALK TO SCHOOL DAY 

Three elementary and two middle schools within the Las Virgenes Unified School District, located in the City of Calabasas, will be joining schools from around the world to celebrate International Walk to School Day on Wednesday, October 3, 2012.

Approximately two thousand students from Bay Laurel, Chaparral, Lupin Hill, A.C. Stelle, and A.E. Wright will be walking to school along with parents, teachers and community leaders. In the past, the Mayor, Council Members, City Commissioners, Principals, Teachers, Representatives of the School Board and School District have participated by giving encouragement and distributing incentives along the routes. This event is being organized by the City of Calabasas and the Las Virgenes Unified School District. The event will begin at 7:30 a.m. with students, parents and community leaders walking to school from home or designated drop-off areas. This event will kick off a year-long program of “Walk to School on Wednesdays”.

In the U.S., International Walk to School Day is expected to include 5,000 schools from all 50 states. Walkers from the U.S. will join children and adults in 40 countries around the world. Walk to School events work to create safer routes for walking, bicycling, and to emphasize the importance of issues such as increasing physical activity among children, pedestrian safety, traffic congestion, concern for the environment and building connections between families, schools and the broader community.

For additional local information, please contact Anna Ford at 818-224-1600, or the PFA Traffic Representative at your specific school.

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GET INFORMED ON THE BALLOT ISSUES

Confused by all the clutter and hype surrounding the ballot issues on the upcoming November ballot? On Wednesday, October 10 at 6:30 p.m., join the League of Women Voters representative Ellen Pangarliotas at the Calabasas Library (200 Civic Center Way) for a non-partisan analysis of these important measures. The event is free and refreshments will be served. For more information, visit www.cityofcalabasas.com/events/library/be-informed.html. Be an informed voter! 

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EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS NIGHT

Are you ready for an earthquake? Emergency services may not be able to respond to you in a disaster. Learn what you can do to prepare for emergencies by attending Emergency Preparedness Night during the month of October. A County of Los Angeles Fire Department CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) trained representative will be on hand to discuss how you can prepare yourself and your family for potential disasters. The City of Calabasas will promote the “Map Your Neighborhood” program and provide important materials while Pet Safe will have information on how to keep your pets safe. S.O.S. Survival Products will have a great selection of emergency supplies for you to purchase. Three nights and locations to choose from, this could be the most important thing you do for your family this month:

  • Thursday, October 11 at Lupin Hill Elementary - 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

  • Wednesday, October 17 at A.E. Wright Middle School - 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

  • Thursday, October 25 at Chaparral Elementary - 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

For additional information, call Debbie Larson at (818) 224-1620.

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DROP, COVER & HOLD ON DURING THE GREAT CALIFORNIA SHAKEOUT

You are invited to join millions of people who will drop, cover, and hold on during the 2012 Great California ShakeOut, scheduled for 10:18 a.m. on Thursday, October 18.  This high-profile, disaster preparedness drill provides a perfect opportunity for Calabasas families and businesses to make sure they are ready for potential disruptive earthquakes.   A full calendar of ShakeOut activities is available online at www.shakeout.org. The drill and other Shakeout activities are being organized to inspire people to prepare for potentially large and damaging earthquakes and to prevent disasters from becoming catastrophes. Local officials will be participating in the ShakeOut and anyone can register their participation on the official Great California ShakeOut website.  For additional information, please visit www.shakeout.org.

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SUBMIT A VIDEO TO CELEBRATE EPA'S CLEAN WATER ACT 40TH ANNIVERSARY

As a part of EPA's (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency) Clean Water Act’s 40th Anniversary celebration, the Agency is hosting a video project asking Americans everywhere to send in a 15-second video clip explaining the important role that water plays in their lives. The City of Calabasas is participating and you should too! To view the video submission by City of Calabasas, visit www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyw28Y9vzlc.

EPA will feature selected video clips on its website and "Water Is Worth It" Facebook page as part of its anniversary celebration. So grab your friends, family, coworkers, neighbors, classmates, and pets and join in. Each video should include the phrase "Water is worth it..." but the rest is up to you! Videos will be accepted through October 18, 2012. Submit your video clips today! To register, visit http://water.epa.gov/action/cleanwater40/video-project.cfm.

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HAM RADIO LICENSE STUDY SESSION

The City of Calabasas and the Lost Hills Disaster Communications Service invite the public to attend a one-day Amateur Ham Radio Study and Exam Session for an Entry Level FCC License.  The one-day session will take place Sunday, October 21 at the Lost Hills Sheriff's Station from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  There is a $30.00 class fee that includes class expenses and a hot lunch.  Please note that registration is required and walk-ins will not be accepted.  There will be two free follow-up classes from 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on dates after the exam, offering information on which ham radio to buy and how to program a radio and get it on air.  Participants can now register for classes online or  by sending a check to Norm Goodkin, 22287 Mulholland Drive #162, Calabasas, CA 91302.  Please include the name of the participant, the class date, an email address and a phone number with the registration.  For more information, please contact Norm Goodkin at (818) 222-7893 or Debbie Larson at (818) 224-1620.

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LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE IS OCTOBER 22 

Nearly 3 million eligible citizens are not registered to vote in LA County. Are you? In order to vote in this year's election, you must register by Monday, October 22, 2012. To register online, or to check the status of your registration, visit www.LAVote.net. Register. Vote. Count.

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FREE BULKY ITEM PICK-UP

On Saturday, October 27, 2012 there will be a free bulky item pick-up by Waste Management, Inc. for City of Calabasas residents only. Furniture, mattresses, carpet, refrigerators and other appliances can be picked up by scheduling an appointment with Waste Management no later than noon on Friday, October 26. Please call (800) 675-1171 to schedule your appointment or to obtain additional information. Unaccepted items include tires, electronic waste, yard waste, construction material and debris, chemicals and any kind of hazardous waste.

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OCTOBER EVENTS WITH MOUNTAINS RESTORATION TRUST

October is a great time to get involved with Mountains Restoration Trust! They will be hosting a variety of programs throughout the month for people of all ages.  From ongoing restoration projects, beautiful nature walks, and educational programs, there is an opportunity for everybody to get out and enjoy nature!

Have you ever seen a decorated gourd or a bird house made from a gourd? You have an opportunity to make your own by attending Senior Program - Gourd Design on Tuesday, October 9 from 9:00 a.m. - Noon. Participants will meet at the Historical Masson House at Headwaters Corner. Space is limited and registration is required by calling Susan Haugland at (818) 591-1701, ext. 212 or online at http://com3.govtsystems.com/ResPCalabasas/.

Youth ages 8-12 are invited to join the Youth Naturalist Program: Nighttime in Nature on Saturday, October 13 from 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Discover the nightlife of wildlife in the mountains and learn why some animals stay up all night. Enjoy a pizza dinner before the evening hike and craft. This is a free event, but please register by calling Susan Haugland at (818) 591-1701, ext. 212.

Enjoy the Autumn Allure with an easy downhill hike through rock-studded chaparral, grassland, and riparian habitats on Sunday, October 14 from 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Be sure to bring water and a snack. For information, contact Cold Creek Docents at (818) 591-9363.

On Saturday, October 20 from 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., seniors are invited to learn about the night sky with the aid of deep space telescopes at the Senior Program - Astronomy. There will be a guest speaker to guide you through the stars, planets, nebulae, and constellations. Dress warm! Space is limited and pre-registration is required by calling Susan Haugland at (818) 591-1701, ext. 212 or online at http://com3.govtsystems.com/ResPCalabasas/.

Be a volunteer at the Lower Topanga Park Restoration project! Native plants are working hard to bring a natural eco-balance to the lower Topanga Creek area of the park. But they need a boost! On Sunday, October 21 from 8:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m., volunteers will be watering and removing noxious weeds. If you are interested in participating, please make a reservation by emailing volunteer@treepeople.org or calling (818) 591-1701, ext. 203. Be sure to bring water and a snack, and wear sturdy footwear.

For additional information on any of these programs, or to obtain a complete list of MRT's calendar of events in October, visit www.mountainstrust.org.

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NATIONAL PARK FOUNDATION GRANT TO BRING LOCAL STUDENTS TO THE SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS

For many kids, the chance to breathe fresh air and explore the beauty of nature is something they rarely, if ever, experience. Now, thanks to a National Park Foundation grant, the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area will receive nearly $7,000 in transportation funding that will allow approximately 700 students and family members to experience a ranger-led program in the Santa Monica Mountains.  "Our park is unique in that we're in the backyard of millions of Southern Californians, but of course not all local residents have the resources or ability to come and visit us," said Lorenza Fong, acting superintendent for Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. "This grant provides bus transportation for residents in park-poor communities to experience the beauty and recreational value of the Santa Monica Mountains."

Through these field trips, young people discover their natural, cultural and historical heritage, participate in volunteer and service-learning activities, enjoy recreational opportunities and most importantly, begin a lifelong relationship with their national parks. For more information and to discover ways to support this and the other National Park Foundation programs, please visit www.nationalparks.org.

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ENTER THE ANNUAL CALABASAS ENVIRONMENTALLY-THEMED DRAWING CONTEST

Elementary and middle-school students are invited to submit their hand-created drawings to the annual environmentally-themed drawing contest, hosted by the Calabasas Environmental Commission. This year’s theme is the “Benefits of Bottle and Can Recycling.” Entries are due by Friday, November 2, 2012 and can be delivered to Calabasas City Hall at 100 Civic Center Way. Drawings must be done on 8 ˝” x 11” format in landscape orientation. Fourteen winners will be chosen based on the creativity and theme of their illustration. The winning drawings will be printed in the 2013 City of Calabasas Community Recycling Awareness calendar, with the first-place winner’s drawing as the cover. All fourteen winners will receive a $25 gift certificate. For additional information, call (818) 224-1600.

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LIBRARY EVENTS IN OCTOBER

It's another busy and exciting month at the Calabasas Library! Be sure to check out our full calendar of events for a program that's right for you!

Peer Counseling returns this month! Available to 9th through 12th graders, this program allows students to drop in between 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. to get help on math, English, or the latest school project. There are also tutoring opportunities for younger students. Viewpoint Advanced Placement and Honors high school students will be tutoring elementary school aged children most Saturdays between 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. In addition, the Study Buddies program allows Calabasas elementary and middle school students to get free help with homework and work on study skills most Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30 p.m. -  4:30 p.m. For more information and schedules, contact the library at (818) 225-7616.

Bring your new and emerging reader (grades K-3) to the Calabasas Library on Saturday, October 6 from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. to share in a unique reading program. Therapy dogs, trained through Paws 4 Healing, will sit (or lie!) and listen while your child experiences the joy of reading aloud. Sign-ups will begin at 10:30 a.m. at the library and each child will have 15 minutes to read to a dog. For additional information, contact Jill Nevins at (818) 225-7616, ext. 2.

The Book Worm Book Club for 3rd & 4th Graders will be meeting this month on Wednesday, October 17 at 2:00 p.m. to discuss The Lemonade War by Jacqueline Davies. The Dog-Eared Book Club, a club for 5th-7th graders, will be meeting Wednesday, October 10 at 4:00 p.m.  They will be discussing Number the Stars by Lois Lowry. 2nd Thursday Book Club, a book club for adults at the Calabasas Library, will be meeting on Thursday, October 11 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and Fall of the Most Powerful Indian Tribe in American History by S.C. Gwynne. Membership into all the book clubs are free, however a library card is required to participate.

Join Nilli Grutman, a nationally recognized nutrition and alternative health expert for Healthy Roots Nutrition, on Thursday, October 11 from Noon - 1:00 p.m. to discuss her program, Ensuring Great Health Until 120. Designed to nourish, heal, and strengthen the human body, her nutrition approach is to provide a completely natural, non-synthetic guide to optimal health. Free to attend and all in attendance will receive a gift certificate for one free consultation.

On Thursday, October 25, The Calabasas Historical Society will present The St. Francis Dam and the Story of Water for Los Angeles. Examine the failure of the St. Francis Dam and the controversy about the cause of the disaster that took over 400 lives in 1928. The CHS monthly series is presented free of charge to the public.

Do you love movies? Film Fanatics is the club for you! This month, we will be watching a classic Hitchcock movie (rated PG) on Wednesday, October 17 at 6:00 p.m. For more information, call Karilyn Steward at (818) 225-7616 or email ksteward@cityofcalabasas.com.  

Stop by for yoga twice a month at the Library! Join the class on Thursday, October 4 and Thursday, October 18 from noon to 1:00 p.m.  Instructed by Deanne Wenger, RYT, you will feel refreshed and relaxed. No experience is necessary, all are welcome, and the classes are free of charge. Just be sure you wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat/large towel. 

For additional information on any of the above events, please visit www.cityofcalabasas.com/library.html or contact Library Staff at (818) 225-1616.

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REGISTER FOR THE CALABASAS CLASSIC 5K/10K RUNS

There is still time to register for the 2012 Calabasas Classic 5k/10k Runs! The 9th Annual Calabasas Classic, benefiting the Talbert Family Foundation, will be held on Sunday, November 11, 2012 in Calabasas on a scenic course that is certified and sanctioned by USATF. The event will feature a 5k run that begins at 8:00 a.m., a 10k run that begins at 9:00 a.m. and the Family Fun Run that starts at 10:30 a.m. All finishers will receive a commemorative medal. The Calabasas Classic also features an official Expo with a number of local businesses and health information. Baby joggers and 4-legged family members are always welcome. For more information about the Calabasas Classic, please visit www.calabasasclassic.com.

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RANCHO LAS VIRGENES COMMUNITY COMPOST PROGRAM

Autumn is an ideal time to apply compost to help replenish soil nutrients lost during the long summer growing season. The winter months provide some time for the compost to work with nature in making the soil ready for next year's growth. After major maintenance, the Rancho Las Virgenes Compost Facility (RLV) has reopened, making high-grade compost once again available to the region.

RLV Compost is a blend of dewatered, "Class A, Exceptional Quality" USEPA classification biosolids and recycled woodchips. Its excellent organic soil conditioning properties aid water retention in light soils and it helps to break up and aerate heavier soils, so less watering is needed. RLV Community Compost contains both readily available and long-term, slow release nutrients for greener plants.

At Rancho Las Virgenes Composting Facility, RLV Community Compost is available FREE OF CHARGE to anyone who wants to come and load it themselves.

  • When: Every Saturday, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (except holidays)

  • Where: Rancho Las Virgenes, at the intersection of Las Virgenes Road and Lost Hills Road in Calabasas

  • Information: www.lvmwd.com

Customers planning to pick up free compost on Saturdays should bring a supply of heavy plastic bags, sealable containers, or tarp to cover pickup truck beds. RLV will have a supply of shovels for customers to load the material. Commercial landscape contractors can pick up material weekdays but must pay a loading fee. Information on commercial pickups can be obtained by calling (818) 251-2200 during regular business hours.

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HALLOWEEN SAFETY TIPS

Halloween may be a fun holiday for kids, but for parents, trick-or-treat time can be a little tricky. Concerns about children's safety - whether they are out in the neighborhood or back home with bountiful bags of goodies - can darken the day more quickly than a black cat. But not to worry! Following a few Halloween safety tips will be a howling good time for all!

 Make sure your kids dress up safely.

  • Check that costumes are flame-retardant so your children are not in danger near burning jack-o-lanterns and other fire hazards.

  • Keep costumes short to prevent trips, falls, and other bumps in the night. 

  • Use make-up instead of a mask. Masks can be hot, uncomfortable, and they can obstruct a child's vision. This can be dangerous when kids are crossing the street and going up and down steps.

  • Make sure kids wear light colors or use reflective tape on their costumes.

  • Trick-or-treaters should always be in groups and parents should accompany young children.

Make trick-or-treating trouble free!

  • Make sure older kids trick-or-treat with friends. Together, map out a safe route so parents know where they'll be. Tell them to stop only at familiar homes where the outside lights are on.

  • Try to get your kids to trick-or-treat while its still light out. If it's dark, make sure someone has a flashlight and pick well lit streets.

  • Make sure kids know not to enter strangers' cars.

Treat Safety

  • Remind kids not to eat their treats until they get home.

  • Check out all treats at home in a well lit place.

  • Only eat unopened candies in their original wrappers. Don't forget to inspect all fruit and homemade goodies for anything suspicious.

  • Remind kids not to eat everything at once or they'll be feeling pretty ghoulish for a while!

Halloween costumes and props are harmless for the most part. But sometimes dressing up as a super hero, a scary monster, or an alien from outer space - coupled with the excitement of Halloween - brings out aggressive behavior. Even fake knives, swords, guns, and other costume accessories can hurt people. If these objects are part of a child's costume, make sure they are made from cardboard or other flexible material. Better yet, challenge kids to create costumes that don't need "weapons" to be scary and fun.

Consider this - parents and kids can avoid trick-or-treating troubles entirely by organizing a Halloween costume party with treats, games, contests, music, scary stories, and much more! Make your Halloween party the place to be! Schools, fire stations, libraries, or civic groups in many communities organize haunted houses and other festivities for families.

Halloween can be a lot of fun for parents and kids alike. Just remember the tricks and the treats of playing it safe! For questions, please contact Deputy Shawn Brownell with the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff's Station at (818) 878-5506.

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E-WASTE COLLECTION EVENTS

The City of Calabasas organizes two free monthly electronic waste collection events. On  the first Saturday of the month (October 6, 2012), an electronic waste collection will take place at the Albertson’s parking lot, 26521 Agoura Road (at Las Virgenes Road) in Calabasas from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  A second monthly electronic waste event will take place on the 3rd Saturday of the month (October 20, 2012) in the Vons Shopping Center parking lot at 23381 Mulholland Drive in Woodland Hills from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  Acceptable items include but are not limited to CD players, laptops and personal computers, microwave ovens, printers, radios, stereos, telephones, and VCR’s.  For more information, please contact the City of Calabasas Recycling and Solid Waste Coordinator at (818) 224-1600.

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LOCAL EVENTS IN THE ARTS

Conejo Players Theatre - Thousand Oaks
Thurs. - Sat. at 8:00 p.m., Sun. at 2:00 p.m.
Bad Seed - Performances through October 6
Disney's The Little Mermaid - Performances October 20-28

Madrid Theatre - Canoga Park

Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza - Thousand Oaks

Valley Performing Arts Center - Northridge

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WHAT'S ON CTV?

Be sure to tune in to CTV on cable channel 3 in Calabasas, through live online web-streaming, or watch any meeting or TV program on demand through the CTV archive.

Select CTV programming is now available on YouTube!

Check out these new shows on CTV:

Calabasas Author's Night:
Rosalee Jaeger "Finding Zoe"

City Spotlight:
David Brass Vintage Books

Check the
CTV Guide for playback days and times.  You can watch archived episodes of CTV programs on-line anytime with CTV Archives.

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CALABASAS CALENDARS, MEETINGS & HOLIDAYS

City Council Agenda Items are available online the Thursday prior to a City Council Meeting. Agendas for all commissions are available online the Friday prior to the commission meeting.  All City Council meetings and commission meetings take place in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 100 Civic Center Way in Calabasas. 

 

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For a complete calendar of events and meetings at City Hall during October, please visit our City Calendar Page. 

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