October 15, 2014 Lydia Gable

New Season, New Westlake Village Fall Activities

Westlake Village: A Lovely Place to Work, Live and Visit…

As we usher in the cooler fall season, enjoy the benefits of living in Westlake Village and all that it offers for its residents!

For those of you fortunate enough to live in the Westlake Village area, you probably already know that fall is a time filled with numerous exciting activities for its residents. But for those in the surrounding communities who may be considering a change in venue to match the change in season, here are some of my favorite seasonal local events. For future residents and eager visitors, take a look at what you get to look forward to as part of our community!

  1. The City That Celebrates Together
    City of Westlake Village’s 12th Annual City Celebration

It’s that time of year again, where we celebrate and feature the best that our community has to offer on Saturday, October 18th, 2014.

This is truly a must-attend for residents. I can say with surety as I have memories from the previous eleven that pleasantly linger with me. I was involved in planning the first City Celebration when my kids were at White Oak.

Think of getting to see and do everything “great” that makes up our community in one place and time and you get the picture! With exciting performances, food trucks, special events, and the ever popular Fun Fair from our very own White Oak Elementary School, this event offers fun for residents of all ages. Additional information is available at City of Westlake Village.

  1. What’s Fall without Halloween Goblins
    The Triunfo Y Goblin Gallop 5k Run

The Triunfo Y Goblin Gallop, part of the annual City Celebration, is a Halloween-themed twilight run on October 18th featuring a costume contest that includes a 5K Run followed by a 1-mile Trick or Treat Fun Run. Goblin Gallop runners are encouraged to run/walk wearing their favorite costume. Prizes will be awarded to the best costumes seen on the course. For those of you with little ones, kids who take part in the 1-mile Trick or Treat Fun Run will be able to enjoy numerous Trick or Treat stations along the course – an event the whole family can enjoy together!

Event proceeds will help support the Triunfo Y Teen and Family Programs.

The night starts at 5:30PM at the Westlake Village Civic Center, 31200 Oak Crest Drive. For more info go to Triunfo 5k Run.

  1. Oktoberfest
    Second Annual Oktoberfest at Stonehaus

The Stonehaus, a boutique enoteca reminiscent of Italy, and the newest addition to the Westlake Village Inn, will be celebrating their second annual Oktoberfest Oct 17th-19th. Although Stonehaus is the newest addition to the Westlake Village Inn, Oktoberfest itself is rich in tradition dating back nearly two-hundred years in Munich, Germany.

Although this event may be relatively new to our community, don’t mistake its lack of tenor for a lack of quality. With great food, beer, and live music over the course of three days, Stonehaus does right by Oktoberfest lofty historical standards – a must-attend for residents over twenty-one.

Friday October 17th 4PM-10PM
Saturday October 18th 1PM -10PM
Sunday October 19th Noon – 8PM
Live music every night at 7PM

For more information visit: Stonehaus

  1. A Halloween ‘Treat’

Also for a ‘treat’ Three Springs in Westlake Village is definitely a destination for Trick or Treating and the neighborhood is already decorating and preparing for the annual festivities.

An award-winning Realtor®, Lydia Gable is known for paying special attention to meticulous communication with her clients throughout the buying or selling process. Lydia Gable lives andworks in the community. If you have any questions related to this topic or if you are interested in buying or selling a home in and around Westlake Village, contact Lydia Gable today for an appointment.

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