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OCTOBER 2014 e.NEWS

DATES TO REMEMBER
COME OUT TO THE CALABASAS PUMPKIN FESTIVAL!
FREE BULKY ITEM PICK-UP FOR CALABASAS RESIDENTS
CALABASAS TO CUT RIBBON ON SMART IRRIGATION CONTROL SYSTEM
GET INFORMED ABOUT THE UPCOMING ELECTION
SEE THE CANDIDATE DEBATE ON CTV & REMEMBER TO VOTE ON NOVEMBER 4!
  DROP, COVER & HOLD ON FOR THE GREAT CALIFORNIA SHAKEOUT EVENT
  SIGN UP FOR THE CALABASAS CLASSIC
AMATEUR HAM RADIO STUDY & EXAM SESSION
SENIORS HELPING SENIORS
REGISTER NOW FOR THE 2015 WINTER YOUTH BASKETBALL LEAGUE
  CALIFORNIA PROTECTS CYCLISTS WITH "THREE FEET FOR SAFETY ACT"
CALABASAS REPEALS L.A. COUNTY BUSINESS LICENSE REQUIREMENT
LIBRARY EVENTS IN OCTOBER
"MOW NO MOW" LAWN REPLACEMENT PROGRAM AMENDED
DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR OLD CARPET - RECYCLE IT!
E-WASTE COLLECTION EVENTS 
MALIBU CREEK WATERSHED EWMP & N. SANTA MONICA BAY EWMP PUBLIC WORKSHOP
HAVE YOUR NEXT EVENT AT THE CALABASAS TENNIS & SWIM CENTER 
ARTIST ALLEY AT THE TENNIS & SWIM CENTER  
OCTOBER EVENTS AT MOUNTAINS RESTORATION TRUST
REGISTER TO VOTE TODAY!
LOCAL EVENTS IN THE ARTS
WHAT'S ON CTV
CALABASAS CALENDARS, MEETINGS & HOLIDAYS

Dates to Remember

October 2014 4 - E-Waste Collection

8 - City Council Meeting


16 - Great CA Shakeout Event

18 - E-Waste Collection

18 & 19 - Calabasas Pumpkin Festival

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

22 - City Council Meeting


25 - Free Bulky Item Pick-Up
(Calabasas Residents)

30 - Open House Fright Night - Spotlight the Arts

November 2014

1 - E-Waste Collection

2 - Daylight Saving Time Ends (2:00 a.m.)

4 - General Election

8 - Water Based Paint & Used Oil Round-Up

9 - Calabasas Classic Run

11 - Veterans' Day - City Hall Closed

12 -
City Council Meeting

15 -
E-Waste Collection

26 -
City Council Meeting (Cancelled)

27 - Thanksgiving Day - City Hall Closed

28 - Day After Thanksgiving - City Hall Closed


DON'T MISS THE FUN
OCTOBER 18 & 19


GREAT CA SHAKEOUT EVENT
OCTOBER 16 - 10:16 A.M.


FREE BULKY ITEM PICK-UP
FOR CALABASAS RESIDENTS

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COME OUT TO THE CALABASAS PUMPKIN FESTIVAL!

Did you know that Calabasas got its name from the Spanish word “Calabaza” meaning “pumpkin” or “gourd”? It seems only fitting we celebrate our namesake in a big way! Join us Saturday, October 18 and Sunday, October 19 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for the annual Calabasas Pumpkin Festival at Juan Bautista de Anza Park. You won’t want to miss this weekend event filled with tons of family fun!

Festival admission is only $5 dollars (children under two are free), and includes free parking and shuttle service. Entry price also includes inflatables and a giant slide, reptile, bugs and nature shows, live bands, youth carnival games, contests, Saturday costume parade, a business expo, and car show.

Make sure you stop by the Marketplace for jewelry, harvest items and other crafts. Delicious food, beer and Halloween treats will be available for purchase, as well as children’s craft projects, balloons and face painting. Before you leave, make sure you stop by the Pumpkin Patch to pick out your Halloween pumpkin!

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. For more information, visit www.calabasaspumpkinfestival.com.

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FREE BULKY ITEM PICK-UP FOR CALABASAS RESIDENTS

There will be a free bulky item pick-up by Waste Management, Inc. on Saturday, October 25, 2014. This is available to 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 24. 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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CALABASAS TO CUT RIBBON ON SMART IRRIGATION CONTROL SYSTEM

California continues to feel the effects of the drought, and the City of Calabasas is doing something about it. On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 at 3:00 p.m., Calabasas will host a ribbon-cutting at the intersection of Parkway Calabasas and Park Granada to mark the implementation of a Citywide Smart Irrigation Control System project.

Smart controllers are irrigation clocks that automatically adjust irrigation run times in response to environmental changes and use sensors and weather information to manage watering times and frequency. As conditions vary, the controllers increase or decrease irrigation. The Calabasas system will reduce runoff and total water usage through a central control station that utilizes current evapo-transpiration (ET) and wireless technology.

“Calabasas prides itself on saving money and being good stewards of our environment,” said Mayor David J. Shapiro. “Our smart system will reduce approximately 25% of the City’s water consumption.” In addition, Calabasas will expand reclaimed water irrigation at several parks.

The project is funded primarily by Proposition 84 from the California Department of Water Resources and directly addresses the water conservation and water quality objectives of the proposition.

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GET INFORMED ABOUT THE UPCOMING ELECTION

On November 4, 2014 you will have the opportunity to let your voice be heard on a number of important ballot measures. Do you have all the information you need to make informed choices?

On Wednesday, October 22 at 6:30 p.m. at the Calabasas Library Ellen Pangarliotas, a representative of the League of Women Voters, will lead a non-partisan analysis of the measures on the November ballot. The event is free and refreshments will be served.

The library is located at 200 Civic Center Way in Calabasas. For more information, please call the Library at (818) 225-7616 or visit http://www.cityofcalabasas.com/library.html

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SEE THE CANDIDATE DEBATE ON CTV & REMEMBER TO VOTE ON NOVEMBER 4!

The 33rd Congressional District of California will hold an election for the U.S. House of Representatives on November 4, 2014 in which Elan Carr (R) and Ted Lieu (D) are running to fill the open seat left by the retirement of Rep. Henry Waxman. Recently, Calabasas City Councilmembers James Bozajian and Fred Gaines moderated a debate between the candidates which is currently running on CTV3 the Calabasas Channel. Be sure to catch the show here to learn about the critical issues and hear how the candidates propose to solve them - then be sure to vote on November 4!

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DROP, COVER & HOLD ON FOR THE GREAT CALIFORNIA SHAKEOUT EVENT

Drop, Cover and Hold during the Great California ShakeOut event on Thursday, October 16. At 10:16 a.m., millions of people will participate in this high-profile, disaster preparedness drill. It provides a perfect opportunity for Calabasas families and businesses to make sure they are ready for potentially 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 future possible 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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SIGN UP FOR THE CALABASAS CLASSIC

Come celebrate community, fitness, and fun at the 2014 Calabasas Classic Runs! The Calabasas Classic, benefiting the Community Center Alliance, will be held on Sunday, November 9 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 a 1 Mile Fun Run that starts at 10:30 a.m. After the run, enjoy the post-run party expo! Baby joggers are welcome. For more information about the Calabasas Classic, please visit www.calabasasclassicrun.com.

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AMATEUR HAM RADIO STUDY & EXAM SESSION

The public is invited to attend a one-day Amateur Ham Radio Study and Exam Session for an Entry Level FCC License. The session will take place on Sunday, October 19 at the Lost Hills Sheriff's Station from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. There is a $50.00 class fee that includes class expenses, exam fee and lunch. Please note that registration is required and walk-ins will not be accepted. Participants can register for the class online at www.hamclass.goodkin.net 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, hamclass@goodkin.net.

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SENIORS HELPING SENIORS

Calabasas Savvy Seniors who are interested in helping other seniors with their technology gadgets, such as iPhone or iPad, are invited to participate in our TECH HELP program. In the One to One Program, seniors are paired with other seniors who are willing to help and teach. All services can be arranged between the two parties at mutually convenient times. The Calabasas Library has a room designated as the Senior Corner, where this program will take place. This room is reserved every Wednesday from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 pm. for the One to One program. Sessions usually last 1 hour. In addition, seniors needing help with technology can drop-in to the Senior Corner on Fridays from 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. to receive help from volunteers. If you are interested in participating as a Tech Help Tutor, please contact Charlotte Meyer at (818) 222-5679.

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REGISTER NOW FOR THE 2015 WINTER YOUTH BASKETBALL LEAGUE

Register now for the 2015 Winter Youth Basketball League! Stop by Juan Bautista de Anza Park to sign your child up for this fun and exciting league. Ages are 5-16 and the sign-ups are ongoing until divisions are full. The cost is $145, which includes full uniform, team and individual pictures, trophy, and officials. League play runs January to March, 2015. Register early to avoid the waitlist!

Parents, we need your help! Please volunteer to coach! For details and information, contact Lana Wilhelm at (818) 880-6461 or lwilhelm@cityofcalabasas.com.

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CALIFORNIA PROTECTS CYCLISTS WITH "THREE FEET FOR SAFETY ACT"

Sharing the roadways safely is imperative for motorists and cyclists alike. On September 16, the “Three Feet for Safety Act” became California law, requiring motorists to keep a 3-foot distance from bicyclists when passing them from behind. If three feet is not available, a driver must then slow to a safe speed and pass when no danger is present. A violation of the law is punishable by a fine of $35, and if a collision occurs between a motor vehicle and a bicycle causing bodily injury to the cyclist, and the driver of the motor vehicle is found to be in violation of the new law, the fine rises to $220. For more information, please visit www.dmv.ca.gov/pubs/vctop/d11/vc21760.htm.

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CALABASAS REPEALS LOS ANGELES COUNTY BUSINESS LICENSE REQUIREMENT

As of September 26, 2014 the City of Calabasas has repealed the Los Angeles County Business License requirement. Some Calabasas business owners have mistakenly received renewal letters from the County. Calabasas businesses no longer have this obligation, and can disregard their Los Angeles County Business License renewal bills. 

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LIBRARY EVENTS IN OCTOBER

The fall season means the return of tutoring programs at the Calabasas Library!

Study Buddies is a program that allows elementary and middle-school students to get free help with homework. High School students are available to help with assignments and study skills. Tutoring is available most Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Calabasas Library Meeting Room.

The Love to Learn Tutoring Program meets most Saturdays from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Viewpoint Advanced Placement and Honors High School students tutor elementary school age children in the Children's Library. This month, they will be available October 4, 18 & 25.

Peer Counseling is a program for 9th - 12th graders and takes place in the Young Adult area on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Students can get help with math, English, or the latest school project.

Be informed for the November 4 Election! On Wednesday, October 22 at 6:30 p.m. at the Calabasas Library, Ellen Pangarliotas, a representative of the League of Women Voters, will lead a non-partisan analysis of the measures on the November ballot. The event is free and refreshments will be served.

There is a book club just for 4th - 6th Graders called the Book Work Book Club. The Club will meet on Wednesday, October 8 at 4:00 p.m. to discuss the book Schooled by Gordon Korman. 

Are you an adult interested in joining a book club? Stop by the Library on Thursday, October 9 at 6:00 p.m. for 2nd Thursday Book Club! This month's book discussion will be on The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown. Tea will be served. Membership into the club is free, however a library card is required to participate.

The Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles and the Calabasas Library is hosting a story time and craft for children in kindergarten and 1st grades on Wednesday, October 1 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Learn more about the Daisy troops in the area and what Girls Scouts is all about!

Is your child's reading going to the dogs? Let's hope so! Bring your new and emerging reader (grades K-3) to the library on Saturday, October 4 to share in a unique reading program. Therapy dogs, trained through Paws for Healing, will sit (or lie) and listen as your child experiences the joy of reading aloud.  The program runs from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. with sign-ups beginning at 11:00 a.m. Each child will have fifteen minutes to read to a dog.

Children in 3rd - 5th grades are welcome to celebrate Columbus Day at the Library on Saturday, October 11 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. There will be an activity and talk by Ronald Reis. Mr. Reis is the author of Christopher Columbus and the Age of Exploration for Kids.

Kids are invited to drop in for Game Day on Wednesday, October 22 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Play exciting board games that focus on cognitive processing speed. This is the first in a monthly game series that focuses on different learning skills through play.  

The Writer's Corner Club is off to a good start! If you are a 4th - 8th grader who likes creative writing and hanging out with your friends, then this club is for you! Hosted by the Calabasas Library and run by high school students, members of this club do not require experience in writing - this is just for fun! Join the meeting on October 27 at 3:30 p.m. Plan on the meeting lasting for about one hour.

Come by for Yoga on Thursday, October 2 and Thursday, October 16 at noon. No experience is necessary and all are welcome. Instructor Deanne Wenger, RYT will lead you in relaxing (and free) yoga session. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat/large towel.  

Do you love movies? Consider joining the Film Fanatics on Wednesday, October 15 at 6:00 p.m. Check the Library website for movie details.

For a complete list of Library events, call (818) 225-7616 or visit www.cityofcalabasas.com/calendar/library/calendar-of-events.html.

LVMWD'S "MOW NO MOW" LAWN REPLACEMENT PROGRAM AMENDED TO INCLUDE ARTIFICIAL TURF

The Las Virgenes Municipal Water District (LVMWD) Board of Directors has amended the eligibility requirements of the District’s “Mow No Mow” lawn replacement program to match those of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, effectively adding artificial turf to the list of materials that qualify for a cash rebate.

The lawn replacement program currently offers property owners an incentive of $2 per square foot to permanently remove water-thirsty turf areas. Participants may use the rebate to install new landscaping of their choosing, provided the new configuration complies with the terms of the incentive program.

Prior to participating in the “Mow No Mow” program, property owners need to check the eligibility terms and requirements available at the www.LVMWD.com website under “Conservation,” or call the District to request information at 818-251-2200 during business hours. They should also check with their respective city and homeowner’s association regarding any regulations or restrictions that may apply to landscaping choices.

DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR OLD CARPET - RECYCLE IT!

Are you currently in the middle of redecorating or remodeling, or considering doing so in the near future? Did you know that the choices you make about disposing of your old carpet have a profound impact on the environment?

Discarded carpet is one of the 10 most prevalent waste materials in California landfills, accounting for approximately 3.2 percent of disposed waste volume. Most carpet is made from nylon and other polymers derived from virgin fossil fuel. Fortunately, numerous products can be manufactured from recycled carpets, including carpet backing and backing components, carpet fiber, carpet underlayment, plastics and engineered materials, and erosion control products.

California’s Carpet America Recovery Effort (CARE), helps ensure that discarded carpets become a resource for new products in a manner that is sustainably funded and provides jobs for Californians. For more information, please visit www.carpetrecovery.org. Don’t put your old carpet in the landfill—put it to work for a better California!

E-WASTE COLLECTION EVENTS

The City of Calabasas organizes two free monthly electronic waste collection events. On the first Saturday of the month (October 4, 2014), 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 18, 2014) 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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MALIBU CREEK WATERSHED EWMP & NORTH SANTA MONICA BAY EWMP PUBLIC WORKSHOP

The public is invited to a workshop being held at King Gillette Ranch on Thursday, November 13 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. There will be a discussion on the proposed projects for the Enhanced Watershed Management Programs (EWMPs) for the Malibu Creek Watershed and North Santa Monica Bay Coastal Watersheds as part of the Los Angeles County Municipal Stormwater Discharge Permit. All interested parties are encouraged to attend to be a part of this important and proactive process for our area. You’ll learn about the proposed projects for each of the EWMPs and have an opportunity to provide comments and input regarding the proposed projects and the EWMPs. Comments and input from the workshop will be used in the modification and selection of the proposed projects. Please join the efforts to protect and improve water quality in the region. To sign up, RSVP at www.eventbrite.com.

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HAVE YOUR NEXT EVENT AT THE CALABASAS TENNIS & SWIM CENTER 

From small, intimate affairs to large corporate and private parties, let the Calabasas Tennis & Swim Center and Atmosphere Events & Catering be your one-stop shop for the finest food, superb service, menu planning, staffing, rentals & décor. Our Chefs are professionally-trained with over 20 years of experience and will work with our clients’ nutritional needs as well as with their budgetary confinements. We feel everybody has the right to a great event! On-site catering by Atmosphere Events & Catering. Some tables & chairs are provided. For further information, please contact Kathy Milbrand (818) 222-2782 x 113 or visit www.calabasastsc.com.

ARTIST ALLEY AT THE TENNIS & SWIM CENTER

Every six weeks, the Calabasas Tennis & Swim Center features a local artist to display his/her remarkable artwork. The current artist is Gennady Chernobylsky. Stop by anytime before November 7 to see this stunning artwork display.  For information, contact Kathy Milbrand at (818) 222-2782, ext. 113.

OCTOBER EVENTS AT MOUNTAINS RESTORATION TRUSTOCTOBER EVENTS AT MOUNTAINS RESTORATION TRUST

Mountains Restoration Trust is ready for fall with great opportunities for you to get involved! For individuals needing community service credits, be sure to sign up for our volunteer events!

Join the habitat repair team on Saturday, October 4 from 8:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. in the ongoing fight against invasive non-native plant species that compete for space, soil, nutrients and in some cases, poison the soil. Oak trees, sagebrush, penstemons, roses, and bunch grass that feed and shelter wildlife await your help. Reservations are required by calling (818) 591-1701, extension 202 or volunteer@treepeople.org.

Once, a valley hosted giant oaks that held an ecosystem together. Then, charcoal kilns, farms, cattle ranches and 20th Century Fox moved in. Now, a state park provides a beautiful space for the public's enjoyment. But what about the ecosystem? Since 1992. volunteers have enjoyed a wonderful day in Malibu Creek State Park creating habitat for a multitude of animals by planting and caring for oak trees and their understory plants. There's more to do! Join use on Saturday, October 4 from 8:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. to join in these efforts. Reservations are required at (818) 591-1701, extension 202 or volunteer@treepeople.org.

Come make a difference with MRT and Heal the Bay on Saturday, October 11! From 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., the Arroyo Sequit Creek at Leo Carrillo State Park is being restored so endangered Southern California Steelhead trout can use it for spawning. Reservations are required at www.mountainstrust.eventbrite.com.

MRT is hosting its Rattlesnake Avoidance Clinic on Sunday, October 12 at Headwaters Corner, 3815 Topanga Canyon Road in Calabasas.  This individual, one-on-one training will teach your dog to avoid the scent, sight, and sounds of rattlesnakes. Typically, a training session for one dog takes about 20 minutes. The cost is $75 per dog and a reservation is required. Register for your appointment at www.mountainstrust.org. Proceeds benefit the environmental restoration projects through MRT and the Sierra Pacific Flyfishers.

Come along for the restoration of a hidden gem! You won't find this beauty spot on any map, but MRT and TreePeople will show you the way on Saturday, October 18 from 8:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.! Unseemly land uses created great swaths of invasive weeds but have also created the perfect site for an endangered, very small sunflower, Lyon's Pentachaeta. Bring a snack and water, meet at Peter Struass Ranch, and spend some time caring for this hidden beauty.  Reservations are required by calling (818) 591-1701, extension 202 or volunteer@treepeople.org.

It's a Weed War on Sunday, October 19 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.! Volunteers will be turning a riparian area along Las Virgenes Creek into an oak woodland. With the winter rains, we plant oak trees, mulefat, milkweed, willows, coffeeberries, and other woodland species. Until the rains, invasive non-native plants are removed. The Weed Wars were started by the California Native Plant Society in the early 1980s and has brought diversity and eco-balance back to disturbed lands. Join us for a satisfying habitat building day at White Oak Farm, 2577 Las Virgenes Road in Calabasas (confirm location beforehand as site is subject to change). Reservations are required by calling (818) 348-5910 or volunteer@treepeople.org.

For MRT's complete calendar of events, visit www.mountainstrust.org.

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REGISTER TO VOTE TODAY!

Are you registered to vote? It’s easy to participate in elections if you have the right tools and information. Apply to register to vote today by filling out the online application found at www.sos.ca.gov/elections/elections_vr.htm. You can also pick up a paper voter registration application at your City Hall, county elections office, library, Department of Motor Vehicles office, or U.S. post office.

Don’t remember if you’re registered to vote? Visit www.sos.ca.gov/elections/registration-status/ to check the status of your voter registration. You must be registered 15 days prior to an election if you wish to vote, so be sure to register today! 

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LOCAL EVENTS IN THE ARTS

Conejo Players Theatre - Thousand Oaks

Madrid Theatre - Canoga Park

Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza
- Thousand Oaks

Valley Performing Arts Center - Northridge

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WHAT'S ON CTV?
Watch it on CTV
Author's Night
Calabasas, A Living History
Calabasas Teen Forum
City News
City Spotlight
Library Bound
Library Specials
Preview, Eye on the Arts
Pumpkin Patch Storytime
Special Events
The Buzz
Your City, Your Issues

Be sure to tune in to CTV on cable channel 3 in Calabasas (check the CTV Guide for playback days and times), through live online web-streaming, or watch any meeting or TV program on demand through the CTV archive. CTV programming is also available on the Calabasas3 YouTube Channel!

WATCH THE NEWEST EPISODE OF AUTHOR'S NIGHT!

AUTHOR'S NIGHT, FEATURING LOUIS SPIRITO
Author Louis Spirito (along with Pit Bull, Tanner) discusses his book,
"Gimme Shelter", at the Calabasas Library with host Karyn Foley.

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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, please visit our City Calendar Page.

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