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Jun 14, 2018

Brightening someone's day

The group was delivering the blooms as part of the hospice's new Friends and Flowers program. Stores like the Newbury Park Trader Joe's, event venues like the Walnut Grove in Moorpark and local churches donate their unsold floral arrangements to the Thousand Oaks-based nonprofit, which re-bundles them into bouquets for patients in board-and-care homes, assisted living facilities and Los Robles Regional Medical Center. They also accept flowers from weddings and events. Hospice volunteer Judy Bader said the program, which launched in April, was created as a means to regularly visit patients with life-limiting illnesses and to leave a happy, colorful reminder that they are loved. A bouquet is left for a resident of the care facility. Residents of the group home were surprised with flowers from Hospice of the Conejo to help brighten their day, part of hospice's new Friends and Flowers program. The flowers are donated by local businesses. MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers "The flowers are a conduit to conversation," the Thousand Oaks resident said. The proof is in the pudding- or the peonies, as the case may be. When a volunteer handed a bouquet to Gordon "Steve" Stevenson, the 97-year-old England native began to reminisce about the rose garden he once tended outside his home. "I had dozens of varieties," the retired concert pianist said. "Roses are my favorite, but these are nice, too." Stevenson lives in a home run by Compassionate Care Residence RCFE, a company owned by Kathie Flood and her husband, David. Flood is a massage therapist who opened her first assisted-care home in 2012 to take care of her grandmother. Grandma Betty sti...

Jan 12, 2017

Singers fill arts center with holiday cheer

The vocal programs at Conejo Valley high schools are each marked by a particular flavor. Newbury Park High focuses on vocal performance and harmony. Westlake High zeros in on a variety of ensemble groups and flashy packaged show-choir numbers, while Thousand Oaks High is distinguished by exuberant homegrown choreography. The mixed choir began TOHS’ concert with a lively version of the 16th century Finnish carol “Personent Hodie,” followed by a pensively beautiful version of Ruth Morris Gray’s somber “How Like a Winter,” whose melancholy words were drawn from Shakespeare’s 97th sonnet. Also included were the Hebrew blessing “Shiru L’Adonai,” Ruth Morris Gray’s driving spiritual “Sing With the Angel” and a show-choir version of Kelly Clarkson’s Christmas hit, “Underneath the Tree.” The 18-member vocal ensemble presented the secular “Here We Come A-Caroling,” which was followed by a trio consisting of Emma Roth, Desiree Hayden and Alyssa Hernandez singing Craig Hella Johnson’s creative pairing of the 16th century hymn “Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming” with Amanda McBroom’s “The Rose,” made famous by Bette Midler. The ensemble then expanded into show-choir mode for a medley of high-energy production numbers, matching familiar holiday favorites like “Silver Bells” and “Deck the Halls” with lesser-known tunes like Hoagy Carmichael’s “The White World of Winter,” which featured choreography by senior Kristen Wisneski. The concert choir portion of the show began with “God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlem... (Thousand Oaks Acorn)

Oct 27, 2016

Halloween, Day of the Dead fests set

The Thousand Oaks Library will present the following activities. The Newbury Park Library will host a Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration at 2 p.m. Sat., Oct. 29 at 2331 Borchard Road. The program will kick off with music by the Estrada Brothers in front of the library. Inside, participants can paint tortillas, butterflies, skulls and flowers to make an altar in memory of a loved one. Oxnard’s Inlakech Cultural Arts Center will present a mariachi band and Ballet Folklorico from 4 to 5 p.m., followed by an outdoor screening of the animated film “The Book of Life” at 6 p.m. The Grant Brimhall Library will have a Halloween Festival for kids ages 3 to 6 from 4 to 6 p.m. Mon., Oct. 31 at 1401 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. The event will feature crafts, games, story times and costumed characters in a nonscary environment. For more information, visit www.tolibrary.org or call (805) 449-2660, option 7. (Thousand Oaks Acorn)

Apr 22, 2016

Antiques Study Group

THURS., APRIL 21 Antiques Study Group 9:30 a.m. to noon at Stagecoach Inn Museum, Anderson Hall, 51 S. Ventu Park Road, Newbury Park. Rita Faulders presents the history and technique of paper marbling. Bring paisley on fabric or paper for show and tell. Phone: 805.495.3297. Email pen1@verizon.net. WLV Republican Women 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Zin Bistro, 32131 Lindero Canyon Road, Ste. 111, Westlake Village. Happy Elephant Hour. RSVP requested. Email: toni@tonicaruso.com. Trivia Night 6 p.m. at BJ’s Restaurant, 3955 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. No-host dinner at 6 p.m., game begins 7:30 p.m. Teams of four players. Prizes to top teams. Conejo Valley Kiwanis Club sponsors. BJ’s donates portion of sales to charities. Admission: $10. Contact: Roger. Phone: 805.767.2584. Web: www.conejokiwanis.org. Student-directed One-act Plays 7 p.m. at Oak Park High School Pavilion, 899 N. Kanan Road. Also 7 p.m. Friday and 2 and 7 p.m. Saturday. Short dramas and comedies produced, acted and directed by students. Tickets: $5 students, $10 general admission. Conejo Valley Bonsai Society 7:30 p.m. at Westlake Valley Community Center... (Agoura Hills Acorn)

Mar 11, 2016

Enjoying the Santa Monica Mountains: Looking for Wild Flowers

Even without flowers the sight of green hills after the winter rain is magical. To experience these beautiful meadows head to Rancho Sierra Vista in Newbury Park where there are a range of hikes from easy kid-friendly trails to the tough climb up to Mt Boney Peak. (This takes you into Pt Mugu State Park). Or visit the rolling hills of Cheeseboro and Palo Comado Canyons in Agoura Hills. And you can even walk to the ocean from the Conejo Valley. Just follow Sycamore Canyon from Rancho Sierra Vista for eight miles and you can enjoy a picnic at the beach. Wherever you go in the mountains we hope you enjoy spring in this beautiful part of the country! Charlotte Parry is Executive Director of the Santa Monica Mountains Fund, the official non-profit for the National Park Service in the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area supporting wildlife research, education, trails and facilities.  Website: www.samofund.orgFacebook: www.facebook.com/santamonicamountainsfundTwitter: @samofund  You may also like hefo_before: 0 hefo_after: 0 ... (Conejo Valley Happening)

Jan 8, 2016

Joyce Carol Botsford

Joyce is survived by her husband Mike and four sons Jeff (Stephanie) of Spring Creek, NV; Chris( Stacy) of Thousand Oaks, CA; Damon (Erin) of Newbury Park, CA; Matt of Elko, NV. She also has eight grandchildren, Danielle, Bobbie, Tyler, Samantha, Allie, Jessica, Collin and Kaitlin and four great grandchildren Gina, Milo, Kayden and Jazmyne. Joyce has three surviving sisters Joanne, Joleene and Judy and many nieces and nephews. The family is most appreciative of the wonderful care that Joyce received from the physicians, nurses and support staff at Los Robles Hospital in Thousand Oaks. Dr. Eiffrett was particularly caring and helpful during this difficult time. No services are planned at this time, but a memorial service will be held later in the spring. In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to Senior Concerns, 401 Hodencamp, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 or to the charity of choice. (Elko Daily Free Press)