The Garage Hosts Teen Valentine’s Day Dance Friday February 12



The Garage is the teens-only activity space at The Agoura Hills Recreation Center. This Friday they are hosting a Valentine’s Day Party and Dance!

teen valentine party the garage

Celebrate the Rec Center’s One Year Anniversary January 22

This Friday, January 22, will mark one year since the opening of the new Agoura Hills Recreation Center up on the hill behind the library. All classes and programs have moved over to the new building. It has been a joy for our family going up there twice a week for most of the year to participate in programs and sports classes.

Look how beautiful.

agoura hills recreation center new locationPhoto courtesy of the city of Agoura Hills

The event space is large and looks out over the city. The reception area is spacious and well laid-out. And a new space that opened last year, The Garage, is reserved for teens and pre-teens and gives them a place to hang out after school and play games or just relax.

On Friday there will be a whole schedule of tours and events to celebrate this milestone, capped by a movie night in the event space – showing E.T. and featuring free popcorn and hot chocolate! If you haven’t been up there yet, now is the time to check it out!

one year agoura hills

Wednesday Links: the Hollywood Sign, Poop Dumping, Klout Scores, and Coffee Talk With Bruce Sallan

Photo by Ted VanCleave

Did you know you can send your visiting guests off on a Disney tour of Hollywood?  Get them out of the house for a day.  You’ve been there, done that.  Have someone else show them around.  Also, if they ask where you can see the Hollywood sign – just send them to this article on CBS Los Angeles.

Think the dog poo problem in Agoura Hills is bad?  Some people are dumping adult diapers on the sides of the roads in Orange County.

I’m “almost-famous.”  Groupies can line up outside the front door – this is an article about Klout, an online service that measures your digital influence.  See what I have to say about it.

And then there’s this.  Bruce Sallan, a local blogger whose truck you may have seen around town – it’s hard to miss with its #DadChat logos all over it – made this video of us talking at the new cafe on Thousand Oaks Blvd. at Lake Lindero, The Rabbit Hole.

“San Dimas high school football rules!”  If this were a giveaway post, you’d have to leave a comment with the name of the movie from which that quote is taken in order to enter, but it’s not a giveaway post, so just watch to the end of this video to find the answer just for fun.