More Than 2000 Coats Donated to Casa Pacifica

Coats for Casa Coat DriveMore Coats Donated to Casa…

The Coat Drive was a great success!  Saturday’s coat drive at Three Springs Park in Westlake Village, brought in over 2200 pieces of winter clothes for the kids at Casa Pacifica.  The sixth annual event was not only a big success, but the children and visitors who showed up were treated to hot chocolate and smoothies, supplied by Apollos Espresso and Shaved Ice, along with some winter activities. We had a great turnout during the four hour event. Many folks stayed to sled, play in the snow, created by Arctic Glacier, and enjoy the treats.  It was a perfect SoCal winter day and at least in this case, the cool and cloudy weather worked perfectly for the winter theme.  We can’t forget to send a big thank you out to the thirty volunteers that helped greet guests, collect items, sort and count clothing and help with the sledding area. Additionally we owe a giant debt of thanks to our sponsors, Zwaag Termite, Michael Lang Designs, and Costco and Macaroni Kids, who also helped with winter crafts.  We could not have made this happen without them. The Ventura County Star ran a wonderful piece about the Coats for Casa event in which they quoted me. It reads in part.

‘We serve children that are abused and neglected and kids that are suffering from mental health challenges — kids that are at the deepest end of our system that really need all of our help,’ said Vicki Murphy, chief advancement officer of Casa Pacifica, a nonprofit that serves 585 individuals a day ranging from 6 to 21 years old. Saturday’s event was inspired by local residents Lydia Gable, who works for Keller Williams Realty, and Rick Winters, a financial adviser at Winters Financial Group. ‘We do a lot of business in the community, and it’s a nice way of giving back to the community,’ Gable said. ‘Casa Pacifica has done a tremendous job for kids. They help the kids that are in need and they are a good local resource for families to be able to rely on.’

I am so proud to be a part of this beautiful event every year especially knowing how many children and families it helps. Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart and from all of us at Lydia Gable Realty Group for all who came by, volunteered and donated.

 

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HOLIDAY HOME DECORATING TIPS

HOLIDAY HOME DECORATINGHum-Drum to Holiday Happy

It’s holiday time again and when there are holidays, you can bet there are homeowners thinking up new holiday home decorating ideas. Some folks really embrace the idea of holiday decorating but for some, it’s not as easy either because of a lack of ideas or a lack of funds. But you don’t have to spend a ton of money nor does it have to be complicated. There are simple ways to decorate your home so that it reflects the joy of the season! With a few of the following tips, you can go from hum-drum to holiday happy in just minutes. Take a look at the following list of holiday home decorating ideas.

A Festive Centerpiece

An article on RealSimple offers some great tips. I particularly like the five-second centerpiece. The idea here is to use what you to make a gorgeous decoration with simplicity. It’s not only simple but it makes for an elegant centerpiece for any holiday party.

Mix clementines or oranges and peppermint balls in a single glass compote (or a grouping of three).

Holiday Garland for Decorating

Do you have columns at your entrance or maybe a trellis? This could work with both or even just a fence. Wrap the columns or drape the fence with white lights and green garland. The entrance is the perfect holiday starting point for decorating because guests will feel the holiday spirit as soon as they step on your property.

Hanukkah Holiday Decorating

Hanukkah is the first week in December this year. Decorating isn’t just for Christmas. If you celebrate Hanukkah and want to add some festive flavor to your home, SFGate has some ideas for you. One of the best ones involves window decorating. Says the piece:

Set up a raised platform on the sill of the central bow window during Hanukkah and cover it with a silver-and-blue velvet cloth. Place a large menorah — one that holds candles or a decorative menorah with powered lights — on the platform so its light is clearly visible through the window.

Holiday Home Decorating: Curb Appeal

Don’t forget holiday curb appeal – your mailbox can be covered in red bows and wreathes which is small decoration that packs a big punch. It’s just a simple way to add a touch of holiday decorating without doing too much and being called the Griswolds of the cul de sac. I also like the idea that Southern Living had which if done well can add such a classy touch. They decorated the window sill with a view varied vintage-looking Christmas lanterns. It’s the small touches really and that doesn’t cost much. You can paint some old lanterns you may already have or pick up a few interesting pieces at the local flea market.  Says the article:

Arrange a grouping of festive lanterns at your entryway for quick-and-easy holiday style. Consider using flameless candles as a worry-free alternative to regular pillars.

The Smell of a Christmas Home Sale 

Maybe you are putting your home up for sale, decorating might be a bit much. But you would be surprised how the smell of gingerbread cookies baking in the oven, hot apple cider, the smell of pine in the entrance or even a scented hot chocolate candle, can evoke the emotions of home. If you are staying in your home over the holidays and want to still enjoy the feeling of the festive season, but you don’t want to go overboard with decorating because you plan on listing it during the holiday season, don’t forget the smells of Christmas. It can make all the difference. A gorgeous homemade wreath on the door and the smells of Christmas past, could be just the added touches of staging you need.

The Home is the Hearth

Let’s be honest we all decorate for our guests and neighbors to enjoy. But don’t forget, your home is your hearth. When you walk in, it’s the place to leave all your cares from the outside world on the doormat. So set a tone that is comforting and even festive. Maybe you are from family this holiday year or perhaps you just moved into a new home. Turn on some holiday music, grab a few friends and family members and start decorating. It’s a fun way to bond with others but also a lovely way to make your house feel like the home you always dreamt it could be. You take such good care of your home, let it take care of you.

Oh and last but not least… A happy and safe holiday season from all of us here at Lydia Gable Realty Group. From my home to yours, I wish you joy and happy holiday home decorating!

 

 

 

 

 

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Conejo Valley – Zombies, Ghosts and Ghouls!

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Conejo Valley ideas for Halloween

Live in the Conejo Valley and want some ideas for Halloween? Whether you live here or you are courting the idea of relocating, what better way to get to know your neighbors and have some fun than to be scared out of your wits by ghouls and goblins? But seriously if you have never ventured out in the Valley on Halloween, there are so many organized activities. There is no excuse not to have fun! Take a look at just a few of the splendid goings-on.

Zombie Walk?!! Ahhh!

The Stagecoach Inn Museum at 51 South Ventura Park Road, Newbury Park, does something awesome every year forGhouls1 Halloween. This year is no exception. On Saturday, October 31st from 12:30pm and 4pm the museum is hosting Halloween crafts, games and storytelling for the kiddies and even a pre-carved pumpkin contest. So get to carving – you could win big and it’s a fun event that the whole family can enjoy together. The museum states on their website that costumes are optional but highly encouraged. Of course – Halloween is all about costumes but I guess they want have too much of a ‘fright’ if you decide to go sans costume. But the best part is the museum sponsors a Zombie walk! That’s right you read that right – you can take part in a Zombie Walk! How fun is that?

Admission $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and students (not to mention senior students and student seniors) and $2 for kids ages 5 to 12. Under 5 is free! www.stagecoachmuseum.org

Visit an Enchanted Forest!

Prefer to stay in with your little ones on Halloween? Why not head on over to the Oak Park’s 10th Annual Indoor Halloween Carnival? The Oak Park Community Center does it big every year for Halloween and this year is no exception. The event will take place at Oak Park Community Center, 1000 Kanan Road, on Saturday, October 31st from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Only $2 for 2 and up and $1 for under age 2. Parents are free when accompanied by children.

Ghouls2The Halloween Carnival is for so fun for children but kids and their parents will enjoy games, attractions, food and even prizes. Costumes are encouraged. If you haven’t been to this carnival before, you are in for a ‘treat’. They will display a Trick or Treat Village and even an Enchanted Forest! They also have fun stuff like face painting, game booths and of course food for all. The best part – the entrance fee covers UNLIMITED use of all games and attractions. If you have children, The Halloween Carnival in Oak Park is definite must-do.

For more information visit www.rsrpd.org or call 818.865.9304.

Hempstead Halloween Tour

If you just moved to Agoura Hills or to one of the surrounding neighborhoods in the Conejo Valley, you may not be aware of this beloved Halloween tradition. A cul-de-sac, on the 5700 Block of Hempstead Drive, does it HUGE for Halloween. The Hempstead Halloween is famous that it attracts several thousands of visitors each year both from the Conejo and San Fernando Valleys and Los Angeles

The neighbors on the block take this 20 year old tradition very seriously. In fact, according to the website, “Themes are established each year and the residents carry out the design work, lighting, props, and music or sounds to make the surreal scenes come to life.”

So take your family for a night or terror and torture and then when you are sufficiently scared out of your gourd, head over for some comfort food at The Shoppes in Westlake Village. Sounds like the perfect evening. If you dare…

Note: From the City of Agoura Hills: To ensure the safety of residents and visitors to the annual Halloween festivities on Hempstead Drive, all access points will be closed (open only to pedestrians and/or residents who will need to present verifiable identification) on Monday, October 31, between the hours of 5 through 9 p.m.  http://ci.agoura-hills.ca.us/

Reign of Terror – Are You Brave Enough

Are you a “Freddie” fan? Is gore and horror your favorite Halloween activity? Then look no further! The Reign of Terror Haunted House at Janss Marketplace is waiting for you… Gahahaha, if you can stand it! Halloween weekend for two nights of horror on Friday 7-10 p.m. and Saturday 7-11 p.m. you can test your mettle. This haunted house is the real deal. In fact it was voted the best walk through attraction in SoCal.Ghouls3

Buy tickets, RSVP and get the details at the link below. Plus, enter for your chance to WIN a FREE VIP Ticket and “I SURVIVED” T-shirt. See you there! http://bit.ly/ROT15

This is just a small smattering of the Halloween activities availed to you in the Conejo Valley.  If you haven’t figured it out yet, living here is all about a sense of community. This is why I love and feel privileged to live and work as a Real Estate Agent in Westlake Village. If you are a home buyer and looking for an award winning real estate agent, contact Lydia Gable Realty Group today to view current listings in Westlake Village and surrounding communities. Happy Halloween!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Conejo Valley: There’s So Much to Do!

CONEJOVALLEYThe Conejo Valley : Doin’ It!

The Conejo Valley is an activity haven. If you are seeking a new neighborhood chalk full of things to do or if you currently live here, check out the local happenings. It doesn’t get much better than this eclectic mix of things to do for you and the whole family. And of course if you are on the hunt for a new home, taking part in some of these happenings is a fantastic way to test-drive a potential neighborhood.

The Taste of Conejo

The Taste of Conejo is an annual fave especially among the Westlake Village locals. The seventh Taste of Conejo will be presented by the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, October 1, 5-8 p.m., at the Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village.

If you are a foodie or a wine aficionado, you will be in your glory at this event. But in any case, who doesn’t love good eats? The Taste of Conejo is an all-inclusive evening of gourmet food, wine, beer and spirits. Enjoy tastings from over sixty local restaurants, breweries and wineries.

VIP tickets are available at TasteofConejo.com for $100 a person, which includes complimentary valet parking and a one hour early entry into the event from 4-5 p.m.

General admission tickets are available until Oct. 1st, tickets online for $75. There are a limited number of tickets that will be sold at the door. 21 and over only will be allowed admittance.

For more on the events and its participants visit TasteofConejo.

The 11th Annual Reyes Adobe Days Festival

The Reyes Adobe Historical Site at 5464 Reyes Adobe Road, Agoura Hills holds an annual festival. This is good time for the whole family. And if your pre-teens are Disney fans, well you will make them quite happy if you plan on attending the parade. While the event runs from October 1 – 4, 2015. The weekend festival will take place 10/3 & 4 from 11am – 4pm.  But on 10/3 the Reyes Adobe Day Parade with celebrity grand marshal, Corey Fogelmanis, who plays Farkle Minkus on Disney’s “Girl Meets World”, starts at 10 am. RAD is not only fun but educational. The whole family can celebrate unique California culture and history on the grounds of an original 1845 California rancho. Rancho activities include pony rides and a petting zoo; art boutique and gallery featuring local artists; local craft beer; food; museum tours and more.

TICKETS: The family weekend festival admission is FREE of charge.  For select events (Senior Fiesta, Night@Adobe, RADrun, Gymkhana), purchase tickets at reyesadobedays.org 

Celebrate Westlake Village – More to Do!

Do not miss the City of Westlake Village’s 13th Annual City Celebration on Saturday, October 17, 2015 from 3pm to 8pm. If you aren’t from the area, this is the best way to find out what we already know. Westlake Village is the best community to live and work in – I can attest to that. At the celebration which features local performers, food trucks, and even a twilight run, your whole family will enjoy tons of fun. Be sure to check out the Goblin Gallop, magic show at 6pm and the popular White Oak Elementary Family Festival which features rides, a cake walk, inflatables, and a bake sale and silent auction. The Triunfo YMCA Twilight Goblin Gallop 5K starts at 5:30pm. There is also a one Mile Trick or Treat Fun Run at 6:15pm for kids. How fun is that? Kids who participate can stop at the numerous Trick or Treat stations along the course. Not only just for the little ones, this annual city event offers exciting performances and scrumptious food for all who attend. Free admission. For more information visit the festival website.

Booh! You Better Run! 

Haunted Trails of the Night 5K/10K Family Run/Walk is Saturday, October 17th at Paramount Ranch. Packet pickup at 6pm; race starts at 7pm. Runners of all levels and abilities are invited to experience trail running at night. This is open to the whole family. Those who are running or walking on the moonlit trails, will have a unique experience in the historic motion picture town of Paramount Ranch. If you are feeling extra social, stay after the run for a haunted post run hang in the historic old ghost town of paramount ranch. Drinks, food and fun. Also dress up in your best costume, there are awards!

Address: Paramount Ranch

2903 Cornell Road Agoura Hills

Parking and restrooms on site. Children MUST be accompanied by an adult. For more on the event visit the socalultrarunning site to sign up.

Home is Where the Heart Is…

Last but not least, don’t miss the 41st Conejo Valley Home Remodeling & RV Show. Homeowners, if you are planning fall and winter home improvement projects, now is your chance to talk with professionals for ideas and tips. The fall show is Saturday and Sunday, October 10 and 11 at the Hyatt Westlake Plaza (880 S. Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village). And it may be local, but this is no small production. Attendees will have access to over 170 vendors with information on everything from kitchen and bath remodeling to interior decorating and landscaping as well as advice for pools and spas. The latest RVs and offroad vehicles will also be on display from Simi RV & Offroad. In case you are a foodie, this event has you covered. Gourmet food trucks will be on site at the show on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., October 10.

Home Show hours: Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free passes are available online at The Conejo Valley Home Show site. Admission at the door is $4 per person. For more information, call 805-529-0760 or e-mail showkase9@gmail.com. 

Bluegrass Music, Fire Engines, and Pumpkins!

The Underwood Family Farms’ 18th Annual Fall Harvest Festival will take place October 3rd to October 31st.  Here are only some of the highlights… 

  • Friends of the Farm Weekend on October 3rd & 4th. Proceeds will help benefit The Ventura County Sheriff’s Charity Organization Cops Running for Charity and The Ventura County Fire Department’s Charity Groups. Not only is this a worthwhile cause to support, your kids will love the demonstrations including fire trucks, ambulances, tank type vehicle, bomb squad with their bomb robot, police car/motorcycle and much more.
  • October 10 & October 11 listen to the best country and bluegrass music. And if you are a pumpkin lover, there will be a Giant Pumpkin Contest on Sunday, October 11!
  • Antique Tractor Weekend is October 17 & 18 (10am-4pm) with antique tractors and a tractor parade!
  • October 24 & 25 is Western Weekend – from 11am – 3pm, there will be stunt ropers, a covered wagon, music, magic and much more! At 3:00, the cowboys ride off, but the festival continues until 6:00pm with music, games, rides, races and tons of family fun.
  • The final day of the festival is Saturday, October 31, “All About Pumpkins” weekend, with live entertainment from 10:30-5:30! Also on the weekends, food vendors serve up the Lion’s Club hot dogs, hamburgers, roasted corn on the cob, pie, Spencer/MacKenzie’s Mexican food, shave ice, kettle corn, cookies and more.

The 2015 festival will be open from 9:00 am until 6:00 pm. Admission to the festival is $15.00 on Saturdays and Sundays and $6.00 per person Monday through Friday. Children under 2 are free PLUS parking is FREE! For more info visit the website at Underwood Family Farms.

This is just a small taste of why I love living and working as Real Estate Agent in Westlake Village. If you are a home buyer and looking for an award winning real estate agent, contact Lydia Gable Realty today to view current listings in Westlake Village and surrounding communities.

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Summers by the Pool: Tips to Stay Safe!

For many of us, especially in Southern California, a pool is not only a valuable part of a luxury home purchase, but a more-common-than-not expectation at most properties in this part of the nation. Many of us prefer living in a home with a pool, beyond just for the added luxury it affords, but also because we are so lucky to enjoy year-round warm weather. And from a realtor’s point of view, a pool adds real value to a home’s appraisal price. Prospective buyers in Southern California particularly in the Conejo Valley area, expect to view homes that have swimming pools in the backyards. According to the Wall Street Journal, in Southern California, a pool is a must-have. Says WSJ according to the National Association of Realtors statistics:

Regionally, in-ground pools will add about 5% to the value of a home in the Northeast part of the country, about 6% in the Midwest and 7.5% in the Southeast and West. In the Southwest, a swimming pool will add nearly 11% to the home’s value.

However, with all this in mind, the sad fact remains that tragically, according to The American Red Cross, over 200 young children drown in backyard swimming pools each year. The truth is that these tragedies can be prevented. So as we approach the summer months and the kids are on school vacation, I thought it the perfect time to talk about pool safety. This might also be especially valuable information to you if you have recently moved into your first home or aren’t completely familiar with pool safety. At this peak time when we’ll all be spending lazy days at pool-side barbeques or hosting pool parties, having fun is important, but it’s also vital that you make safety a number one priority. When you do, you’ll feel free to laze and enjoy the luxury that the pool offers without having to worry about safeguards being in place.

Below are three all-too-common pool safety hazards and some very valuable tips to avoid falling victim to these accidents:

1.Drain Entrapment

  • An increasing common accident and pool safety hazard is drain entrapment. Children are getting too close to the suction valves on the sides of the pool and getting injured or even drowning. Long hair can get caught and in some cases, limbs. Says Pool Safety.Gov:

Consider installing a Safety Vacuum Release System (SVRS)—a device that will automatically shut off a pump if a blockage is detected—or any other automatic shut-off systems in your own pool or spa.

2.Accidental Pool Drowning

  • Install an automatic pool cover. Although the high end automatic pool covers can be a bit costly, they can be quite attractive and more importantly save lives in the end. But if that’s not an option, there are manual covers that also roll over the top.

3.Pool Gates and Alarms: Another Layer of Defense

  • Gates are also a great deterrent, but in the case of a small child somehow falling in, a pool alarm is a great second layer of protection. And depending on what state you live in, there may already be legislation on the books requiring this. According to an article in Good Housekeeping, alarms can alert parents to emergencies before it’s too late. Said the article:

We recommend using both pool and gate alarms. The more layers of protection, the better…

Now that you know the steps to take to keep your pool safe this summer, you’ll feel better knowing your family is safe. It’s time to relax – you’ve earned it! Now that we’ve gotten all of the safety talk out of the way, here’s wishing you an awesome summer full of lazy sun-filled days that you will cherish for years to come!

For more on Westlake Village Real Estate or any information in this article, contact Lydia Gable. Whether you’re relocating to the Conejo Valley area, a first-time buyer or seller, you will be in the best hands with a realtor who is not only a top ranked in Conejo Valley, but is also a long time resident. Contact Lydia Gabletoday for a consultation today.

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New Parents: Buying a Family Home?

Buying a Home for a New Family

Starting a new family and buying a new home can be daunting tasks on their own respectively. But doing both at the same time, for some can be an overwhelming process. Where do you start? What do you look for when purchasing a new home that must not only meet your needs, but now must meet the needs of your new family? Should you plan to stay for a few years? And even if you plan on selling in a year – if you cannot sell for some reason—will this home work for your new family long term?

Here are some important steps to take when taking your first steps into your new family home.

A Professional and Personal Inspection

The U.S. HUD portal suggests in their article 100 Questions & Answers About Buying A New Home that it’s important to be present at a both the professional inspection so that you may ask questions, but also to you do a very thorough personal walk-through—and most especially if you have a new family—consider the present and future. HUD calls this the ‘HUD Home Scorecard’.

  • Is there enough room for both the present and the future?
  • Are there enough bedrooms and bathrooms?
  • Is the house structurally sound?
  • Do the mechanical systems and appliances work?
  • Is the yard big enough?

Finding a Safe Neighborhood

Do due diligence when researching the safety of the neighborhood if you intend to raise a family there. The house might be beautiful or the street might be picturesque, straight from a postcard, but are surrounding neighborhoods safe? Do a walk-through of the neighborhood both during the day and night. Also ask people and do research. There are reputable resources that rank safety yearly – see my article from 2013 Thousand Oaks Ranked 4th in Safety. As a resident of the Conejo Valley and a realtor in Westlake Village and its surrounding communities, I said in the feature:

If you are considering buying a home in the city of Thousand Oaks, you should know that you will not only be living in one the safest areas of the country, but unlike some other communities which border somewhat sketchy neighborhoods, Thousand Oaks has as its neighboring cities, some California’s most affluent and often gated communities like Westlake Village, Calabasas and Agoura Hills.

Good School Districts

When buying a home, look at the school district both in around your area. If you end up buying a house, you may not stay in the actual neighborhood for years but it’s likely that you will stay in the area. Keeping that in mind, inspect the entire district. If you are just starting your family, prepare for a long term stay in the community even if you plan on selling in a year or two. For a good example of a great school district, see my article from earlier this year 2014-15 School Tours in the Conejo Valley. Conejo Valley has one of the best school districts in the country.

If you are new to the area, planning on a buying a home in and around the Conejo Valley, or you want your children to attend school at any of these top ranked educational locales…

A Local Realtor Who Lives and Thrives in the Community

I am not only a Westlake Village realtor, but I live and thrive in this community – I care! So when you ask a question about the schools or homes in the area, I can answer you from my real life experience. Ask your realtor if they live in the community, do they have a family there, kids in school?

If you are looking for a beautiful home in a good community in a safe neighborhood with good schools and great activity for the entire family, Conejo Valley is a great choice. For more information on any topic covered in this article or looking at homes for your new family, contact Lydia Gable today.

Take your time and think carefully about each house you see. Ask your real estate agent to point out the pros and cons of each home from a professional standpoint:

  • Safety
  • School
  • Fun
  • Proximity to Thriving City for Work
  • A Trusted Real Estate Agent Who Knows the Area
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Spring & Summer Fun in Conejo Valley

If you live in the Conejo Valley or you are planning on buying a home in Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village or the surrounding communities, now’s the time to explore all the summer recreation available. There are a myriad of activities here for children, adults and entire families. While the wonderful Southern California climate contributes to year-round outdoor fun, the community particularly comes alive in Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village and the vicinity during the spring and summer months. So don’t miss out! Some of these events have already started registration. Take a look at just a few of the ‘best’ summer activities that Conejo Valley has to offer.

Conejo Spring Fest & More at the Park!

Registration has begun already for the Conejo Recreation Park District – there are programs for adults and kids alike. The Recreation Program Guides are published five times a year. The guides include detailed information about various classes, programs and special sponsored events happening at the Conejo Recreation & Park District. While priority is given to district residents, programs and classes are open to non-residents as well. They have so many classes and programs for the whole family including dance, camp, arts & crafts, dog training and more. So take advantage! And don’t miss the Conejo Spring Fest on Saturday April 12th from noon-3PM at the park at Conejo Creek South Playfield. The event is for children ages 2-12 and includes egg hunts, face painting, entertainment, food and beverages.

Signed Up for Summer Camp?

Camp registration has already begun among the many camps in the area. Camp Keystone is a popular choice among residents. Keystone offers a variety of activities for campers of all ages. The Agoura Hills summer camp offers programs in water sports, leadership training, junior counselor programs and more. The camp also offers flexible scheduling and flexible transportation options to accommodate parents’ needs. Additionally, the Agoura Hills day camp location is about 25 minutes north of Los Angeles and offers transportation for campers who live between Toluca Lake and Camarillo. This is a great choice for your child especially if you are planning a move to the area or buying a summer home in the Conejo Valley any time in the near future. Open house has already begun. See more information below.

Camp Keystone 2014 Open House Dates

Sundays from 11:30am-3:30pm:
April 6th, 13th, and 27th

The Benefits of Living in Lake Sherwood

If you have just moved to Lake Sherwood, CA or are planning on buying home there, you will discover rather quickly that the area is surrounded by beauty and has so much to offer in terms of family activity. Particularly, Sherwood Lake Club offers a terrific country club environment for the entire family as well as its guests. The club offers members golf, tennis, swimming, dining and entertaining – plus a variety of daily activities – all set among the beautiful post-card setting of Lake Sherwood. As stated on its website, the Sherwood Lake Club is an “elegant clubhouse, spanning 14,000 square feet and a distinguished playground for those who appreciate the rewards that come with exclusivity.

Sherwood Lake Club
341 Williamsburg Way
Thousand Oaks, CA 91361
(805) 497-3037
jdimino@sherwooddc.com

Find Your Home in Conejo Valley

If you have ever considered buying a home in or around Sherwood Lake, Agoura Hills or Thousand Oaks, think of all the great perks you’ll enjoy. In addition to the aforementioned, there’s the Agoura Hills Summer Concert Series, top horseback riding and running trails, local road races and events for the whole family, close proximity to Malibu Beach and the mountains, and just a short commute to Los Angeles museums and Hollywood movie events.

For more information on any events listed in this blog or to view home listings in Ventura or Los Angeles County, contact Lydia Gable today at Westlake Village Realty.

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