* June Events


Events Calendar – Note all events are subject to change and cancellation due to COVID-19.


Memorial Day, Monday, May 31, 2021 

2–8 p.m.


Join us for an afternoon and evening of BBQ, workshops with top pros, social dancing (WCS, Country Two Step, Line Dancing, Tango, Night Club), entertainment, special line dance class for kids, and Raffle & Prizes. 

DATE: Memorial Day, Monday, May 31, 2021 

TIME: 2–8 p.m. 

LOCATION: 14339 White Sage Road, Moorpark, CA 

INFORMATION: If you have any questions, please call (805) 732-4622. 


Multiple Dates beginning on Memorial Day, May 31, 2021

5–7 p.m. 


Sit back and relax to the sounds of summer!  

Come join us at Conejo Recreation & Park District for this summer’s family-friendly event featuring five highly acclaimed national touring bands. Talent on the stage includes top-notch tribute bands, an Independence Day Concert featuring a New Orleans style Dixieland band, and an original folk band from Los Angeles. 

This Year’s Lineup: 

Memorial Day, Monday, May 31 


Tickets for the Memorial Day concert will go on sale Monday, May 3, at 9:00 a.m. Beaches, boats, bars, & tropical drinks with those little umbrellas. That’s what you think of while watching  and listening to GARRATT WILKIN & THE PARROTHEADS performing “A Celebration of Jimmy  Buffett’s Music.” Billed as the #1 Jimmy Buffett tribute band in the nation, Garratt Wilkin & The  Parrotheads bring a special blend of talent and musical greatness to every show. The musicians of  Garratt Wilkin & The Parrotheads have shared the stage with members of Jimmy Buffett and The Coral  Reefers, The Doobie Brothers, John Fogerty, Pablo Cruise, Tesla, Eddie Money, Montrose, Dale Watson, Lucinda Williams, Y&T, The Guess Who, and others. From Parrothead costume contests to bare feet and flip flops, take a journey to Margaritaville – you may even find the lost shaker of salt along the way! www.theparrotheads.com; Facebook 

PLUS: Featured again this year will be five vintage T-34 Navy planes conducting three flyovers at the beginning of the concert and the majestic playing of “Taps” by Jonathan Dane.

Sunday, July 4 


Join us for some energizing, toe-tapping fun! One of Los Angeles’s longest-running New Orleans-type bands, the ANGEL CITY DIXIELAND BAND performs all the songs from the city people call “The Big Easy.” Formed by trumpeter Chris Tedesco 33 years ago in 1987, the band soon became in demand at Disneyland, as well as other Southern California theme parks, and can be found performing all the way from San Diego to Santa Barbara. Yearly, they are the LA Dodgers’ Dixieland band of choice for opening day and whenever the team is in the World Series. The Angel City Dixieland Band performs all of the most memorable, upbeat Dixieland tunes such as “When Saints Go Marching In,” “Sweet Georgia Brown,” “Hello Dolly,” and many other tunes made famous by trumpeter/vocalist Louis Armstrong, The Firehouse Five, trumpeter Al Hirt, and clarinetist Pete Fountain. In true patriotic style, the show begins with the “Star-Spangled Banner” and concludes with the traditional Conejo Stars & Stripes Parade! Plus patriotic-themed crafts for kids! www.angelcitymusic.com

Sunday, July 25


Creating a magical and organic vibe that translates into the feeling of the music, members of The Riverside often sing and play around a single old-fashioned microphone, seamlessly blending the musical composition of their harmonies and instruments. Since 2012, the band has released four homegrown records and an EP; more songs and albums are currently in the works. “The Riverside is a  traditional melodic and harmony-driven folk string band hailing from Southern California, founded by husband and wife Jake and Lorien Jeanson in 2012. The highly engaging four-piece [band] dynamically performs around one microphone, where each instrument and voice crafts a specific part of each story creating intimate, savory folk music that warms the heart and feeds the soul.” – Nicholas Edward Williams,  Earthtone Booking. www.theriversidefolk.com; Facebook 

Sunday, August 15


Bob Seger. The name alone brings back a flood of memories. Memories of growing up and a time when music helped define who you were. Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band truly provided the soundtrack to a generation, especially those growing up in the Midwest. Turn the Page – A Celebration of Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band faithfully recreates all the classic Bob Seger material, including “Old Time Rock and Roll,” “Night Moves,” “Against The Wind,” and, of course, “Turn the Page.” If there ever was a pure Rock and Roll fact, it’s that Bob Seger’s music is at its BEST when performed LIVE! For the last 12 years, Turn The Page has been capturing and delivering that excitement and passion to audiences all over the country. The only way to get closer to Bob Seger’s Live show would be to have Seger himself. www.turnthepageonline.com; Facebook 

Labor Day, Monday, September 8


The final concert of the summer brings the Jack of Hearts Band – Tribute to Bob Dylan & the Band to the Conejo Valley. Bob Dylan has remained one of the most important figures in modern American music for over five decades. Since 2010, the Jack of Hearts Band has authentically replicated the sound of  Dylan – from the early ‘60s folk scene to his radical electric conversion culminating in “Blonde on Blonde,” the Woodstock years, and through the ’70s to masterpieces such as “Blood on the Tracks,” the “Rolling Thunder Revue” and beyond. Dylan’s legendary collaborators – The Band – who famously backed him on his ’66 and ’74 tours, as well as on “The Basement Tapes,” are also heavily featured. Having performed across the United States, the Jack of Hearts Band continues to perform a spectacular live experience showcasing the very best of American folk-rock. www.jackofheartsband.com; Facebook 

DATES: Multiple Dates 

TIME: Concerts begin at approximately 5 p.m. 

COST: Tickets are $20 for a physically distanced, assigned space that allows up to four guests. Concert tickets will be available about four weeks prior to each event. LOCATION: Conejo Community Park, 1175 Hendrix Avenue, Thousand Oaks, CA. Street parking only.  Parking lot areas are reserved for those with handicap plates or placards. 



Visit https://www.crpd.org/events/summer-concerts-in-the-park for more information. 


Thursdays, June 3, 2021–July 22, 2021 (Eight-week course)

7:00 p.m.


The AWAKENING has begun! By popular demand, the highly anticipated BIBLICAL CITIZENSHIP IN MODERN AMERICA course launches June 3 in Newbury Park!  This interactive series features a long list of experts, including Kirk Cameron, America’s Foremost Historian David Barton, America’s Constitution Coach Rick Green & More!  Our nation needs citizens to AWAKEN to the urgent need for restoration of Biblical values and liberty at the local level and beyond.

This course offers the Quick-Start Guide to the US Constitution, complete with an overview of all the Articles and Amendments in interactive & fast-paced presentations.  Learn how the Founders relied on their Biblical worldview to secure the blessings of liberty.  Immerse yourself in encouraging historical facts and inspirational true stories that are not taught in our educational institutions today.

Through this class, you will be inspired and equipped like never before to put your faith into action at such a time as this! 

DATES: Thursday evenings, June 3, 2021–July 22, 2021 (eight-week course)

TIME: 7 p.m.

COST: $20 per person, which includes a workbook and eight live classes

LOCATION: Godspeak Calvary Chapel, 320 Via Las Brisas, Thousand Oaks, CA 91320.

INFORMATION: Register and view the class overview at www.Godspeak.com


Ongoing Mondays in 2021 

5–6:30 p.m. 


Join fellow book lovers in a celebration of reading and the titles we love. In a new take on Book Clubs, join fellow Thousand Oaks readers as they bring their current or recent read to discuss with others who share their passion for books. Whether it be mystery, biography, graphic novel, fantasy, romance, thriller, history, science, or anything else, it is welcome at the Bring Your Own Book Club

Participants must download, read, and agree to the online code of conduct before attending the class. 

DATE: Ongoing Mondays Online 

TIME: 5–6:30 p.m. 


REGISTRATION: https://libcal.tolibrary.org/event/7692015


Ongoing Dates in 2021 

NAVY SEAL & SPEC. OPS. TRAINING & MENTORING Los Angeles (by Coach Mac – Navy SEAL candidate & civilian mentor)

U.S. Navy SEAL Candidate Training Program. Bring your A-game! 

This program is for those who are interested in the U.S. Navy SEALs. The program is designed for high-level success in the BUD/s program. We also invite Air Force PJ’s, Law  Enforcement, Marines or Army special forces hopefuls to train with us as well. If you can make it in BUD/s, you can make it in any one of those programs. Eagle One is also for ALL of you who are motivated civilians who are physically capable, willing, and wish to leave the land of mere mortals behind. We have a saying at Eagle One: What civilians call an A; we call a C. If you’re going to train for Tier I success, Eagle One is for you! 

NOTE: This program is not sponsored or funded by the U.S. Military, and in fact, it is a voluntary effort by former U.S. Navy SEALs. The Eagle One program is designed to develop those who wish to succeed in the field of military special operations. We set a high standard Morally, Ethically, and Physically, and you will meet or exceed those standards during our training and in your personal life if you choose to join our group. Feel free to “Try it on for size” a time or two, but consistent, reasonable attendance is required if you join the team. 

DATE: Multiple Dates 

TIME: Various Times (See registration online – link below) 

COST: FREE – ***DONATIONS WELCOMED at https://www.directaction.us 

LOCATION: Slackline Park, 1748 Ocean Front Walk, Santa Monica, CA 90401 REGISTRATION: Register online: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/navy-seal-spec-ops-training mentoring-los-angeles-tickets-107601777814?aff=ebdssbdestsearch 

If you have any questions, please call Coach Mac at (310) 367-3860.


Ongoing Mondays and Fridays 

11 a.m.–12 noon


Join us for Yogalates – a combination of core work (yoga) and strength and flexibility training (pilates) for a whole body workout. Modifications will be offered for beginners. Deep breathing and relaxation at the end provide fantastic stress relief. 

Due to restrictions, space is limited. Please text or call to reserve your spot. 

Try it once, and you’ll be hooked! 

DATES: Ongoing Mondays and Fridays 

TIME: 11 a.m.–12 noon 

COST: $10 per class 

LOCATION: 14339 White Sage Road, Moorpark, CA 

INFORMATION: If you have any questions, please call (805) 732-4622. 


Now through June 12, 2021


The HUNT continues all spring through June 12, when we kick off summer activities with our Annual Pioneer Jamboree. Welcome spring and bring the kids and grandchildren to “hunt” for conejos (Spanish for rabbits) around the beautiful Stagecoach Inn Museum complex while the whole family enjoys doorway viewing of several historic structures and informative presentations by costumed docents. In this fun twist on the traditional egg hunt, the “conejo” is the star, with visitors trying to spot bunnies in this frolicking hunt with historical hints. Children will leave with a surprise treat if they spot a number of the hidden conejos hiding around the Museum Complex. 

Guests can return Saturdays 1–4 p.m. to see how many rabbits they can find, organize their own competitions with friends, and have some good old-fashioned fun while enjoying the complete outdoor museum experience. Over 25 rabbits may be found throughout the complex, including the Nature Trail, Rose Garden, Timber School, Carriage House, Blacksmith Shop, Pioneer Home, California Adobe, Chumash Ap and at the Inn. 

Gizmos & Gadgets ongoing  

Costumed docents will be demonstrating tools, machinery, gadgets and various “modern conveniences” that households and businesses enjoyed in the mid-late 1800s and early 1900s. Some of the items that may be demonstrated include a sausage stuffer, butter churner, miniature sewing machine for travel, iron and laundry equipment, woodworking tools and blacksmith forge.  

Experience what life was like in the early days of the Conejo Valley. Several exhibits are augmented with new QR code signage, offering “Virtual Tour” video enhancements via your smartphone. 

DATES: Ongoing 

TIME: Check the website for complete details. 

COST: $7 per person. Children ages 5-12 are $5. Children under five and Conejo Valley Historical Society Members are free.

LOCATION: Stagecoach Inn Museum, 51 S. Ventu Park Rd., Newbury Park, CA 91320  

INFORMATION/RESERVATIONS: Website: stagecoachinnmuseum.com or call (805) 498-9441. 


Saturday, June 12, 2021

10 a.m.4 p.m.


Bring the whole family to pan for gold, lasso like a cowgirl or cowboy, see a blacksmith fire up the forge and play pioneer games. Wear your Western costumes and lasso up some fun! 

Activities include storytelling, cursive writing, panning for gold, butter churning, fossil digging, rock painting, giant bubble making, and more! You can even try your hand at using a washboard … Who knew laundry could be so much fun? 

In addition to the show, guests may enjoy our beautiful four-acre property, designated by the City of Thousand Oaks as Historical Landmark No. 1. Built in 1876 as the Grand Union Hotel, the Stagecoach Inn Museum Complex boasts a one-room schoolhouse, Carriage House (stagecoaches), working Blacksmith Shop, Pioneer Home, California Adobe, Chumash Ap, Heritage Rose Garden, Nature Trail, and Heritage Farm Trail. 

Docents will bring to life through stories and demonstrations how life was for original settlers of the Conejo Valley. Visitors will get a close-up view of furnishings and tools typically found in homes of the period.

DATE: Saturday, June 12, 2021 

TIME: Two options: 10 a.m.–1 p.m. or 1–4 p.m. 

COST: $5 per person – Must purchase tickets online prior to the event. 

LOCATION: Stagecoach Inn Museum, 51 S. Ventu Park Rd., Newbury Park, CA 91320  

INFORMATION/RESERVATIONS: Website: stagecoachinnmuseum.com or call (805) 498-9441.


Thursday, June 17

6:00 p.m.



Terry Paulson, PhD, is a psychologist, award-winning professional speaker, and author of The Optimism Advantage: 50 Simple Truths to Transform Your Attitudes and Actions into Results and They Shoot Managers Don’t They.

Dr. Paulson continues to conduct practical and engaging programs for organizations such as IBM, 3M, HBO, KPMG, Merck, SONY, and Starbucks. 

DATE: Thursday, June 17, 2021

TIME: 6:00 p.m.

COST: Catered dinner: CVRWF Members $27 and Non-members $32.

LOCATION: Los Robles Greens, 229 South Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 

INFORMATION: Contact cvrwf@outlook.com


Various Dates in June (see website below)


The Simi Valley Moorpark Republican Women Federated are planning a couple of events for June.  Due to the uncertainty of available venues, dates and venues are not yet guaranteed.  Please check the SVMRWF.com website for details and RSVP information.  Hope you will join us.  Some interesting speakers will be joining us.

Thank you,

Jessica Freeman

1860 Crater St.

Simi Valley, CA 93063

(805) 520-3460

DATES: Various dates in June. See website below.

LOCATION: Dates and venues are not yet guaranteed. Please check the website below for details.

INFORMATION/REGISTRATION: Due to the uncertainty of available venues, dates and venues are not yet guaranteed.  Please check the SVMRWF.com website for details and RSVP information.


June 14, 2021–August 13, 2021 

8 a.m.–5 p.m. 


It’s almost time for Summer fun! Sports Camps – Enrichment Camps – Swimming Lessons – and More!  You choose the weeks at various locations throughout the District. Register today – Space is limited.  

DATES: Starts June 14, 2021–August 13, 2021 

TIME: Various Times 

COST: Depends on the camp/class 

LOCATION: Multiple Locations 

REGISTRATION/INFORMATION: www.crpd.org/camp or call (805) 495-2163.



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