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Upcoming Community Events for April

If you like searching for Easter eggs than you've come to the right place. Here are the events happening near you this month!

April 2nd: The Great Race

If I haven't made it clear enough already, here's one more reminder for ya. And would you believe it? You can still sign up to run it!

April 2nd-29th: Spring Time on the Farm

Underwood Farms is celebrating spring! They have more going on than I could mention, best you visit their website for full details.

April 9th: Eggstravaganza | Get Out and Play Day & Summer Camp Fair

10 am to 1 pm at Deerhill Park 6700 Doubletree Road in Oak Park. The Easter Bunny will be in attendance and the hunt for his eggs will start at 10:15. FREE admission.

April 9th: Breakfast with the Bunny

Well this is awkward, which event will you choose?! 10 am to 12 pm enjoy crafts, egg hunts, and the man of the hour, the Easter Bunny at Reyes Adobe Park. May the best bunny win.

April 9th: Arbor Earth Day

This City of Thousand Oaks Annual event will be returning after a forced 2 year hiatus, so you know this is going to be a fun bash! 9 am to 1 pm. FREE event the whole family will enjoy!

April 10th: Spot's Easter Egg Hunt

Hunt eggs for a cause! Event cost $10 per house hold and the donations go to support Delaney's Dog Rescue. Healthy Spot Topanga, 6320 Topanga Canyon Boulevard #1635

April 16th: Oak Park Spring Egg Scramble

I think "scramble" is just a fancy word for "hunt". The fun starts at 9:30 am just around the corner at Mae Boyer Park! Hunts are divided by age, so be sure to look at the flyer.

April 16th: Easter Eggstravanganza

With a run time of 10 am to 2 pm you could easily fit this event in after the Oak Park Egg Scramble. This one sounds like a bonafide party the whole family will enjoy. They had me at food trucks.

April 23rd: Neighborhood Clean Up for Earth Day

Help us take out the trash! Join us in cleaning up the neighborhood in honor of Earth day! Meet at Sumac Park at 8:30 am. We will provide trash bags and gloves (though it is recommended you bring your own gloves if possible). Together we will clean our streets and make mother earth proud!

March 1st through May 31st: Conejo Open Space Challenge

This FREE event encourages Conejo residents to get outside by challenging you to complete a total of 10 local trails within 3 months. Complete all 10 for a chance to win prizes. It's not too late to join in on the fun!


Tried and true, these events will always be there for you

Yoga in the Park

Every Saturday at 10 am in our very own Sumac Park. Our neighbor Chandra is a certified licensed instructor for over 20 years and will guide you through the movements. Suitable for all levels of ability. Donation based, $15 is suggested. Namaste.

Cars and Coffee

Every 1st and 3rd Saturday 7-10 am at Firestone Tire 598 W Hillcrest Dr, Thousand Oaks. Sip coffee and enjoy classic cars. Don't quote me, but I believe this is a free event.

Thousand Oaks Farmers Market

Thursdays from noon until 5pm. Located in the east end parking lot of The Oaks shopping Center. Rain or shine, you'll find local vendors selling their goods. Read all about it here.

Agoura Hills Farmers Market

Every Saturday from 9am to 2 pm at 28914 Roadside Dr, aka, Whizin Market Square. Support local businesses and enjoy the open air shopping experience! More details here.


Take advantage of living in a major travel destination and play tourist in your own city

Hollywood True Crime and Haunted Tales

Every night at 6 pm a 2 hour walking tour explores Hollywood's dark underbelly. A must for any true crime aficionado, like myself! Cost $35 per person, more info here.

MAX (Multimedia Art Expo)

Do it for the 'gram! You might not be an influencer, but you will feel like one at this digital art exhibit. I'm not even going to try and explain it, you've got to see it to believe it. And yes, the photos will make your obnoxious cousin in Wisconsin wildly jealous. $15-$25 per person. 6757 Hollywood Blvd. Here for tickets.

Los Angeles Food Tours

Have your cake and walk it off too! Did you know there are walking food tours? Shut up and take my money, I'm in! There are a few different companies and multiple tours to choose from. This one looks promising, though this one claims to be rated #1. You have options. From $75 and up.

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