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City’s Council on Aging Hosts “Movie History in the Conejo Valley” Presentation

Post Date:11/08/2019 11:58 AM

CONTACT:       Francine Sprigel, Thousand Oaks Library,; 805.381-7362

                             Melissa Hurtado, Media Liaison,; 805.449.2117

City’s Council on Aging Hosts “Movie History in the Conejo Valley” Presentation

The City of Thousand Oaks Council on Aging will host Mike Malone on Wednesday, December 4, 2019, at 1:00 pm in the Civic Arts Plaza Boardroom. 2100 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd, Thousand Oaks, CA

Mike Malone is a retired National Park Service Ranger who finished up his career here in the Santa Monica mountains. When Mike accepted his position at Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area in 1996, he found a park he came to love and stayed for 16 years.  Part of that reason was his love of film history.  And what a better place to be, here in Hollywood’s backyard.  He has spent 20 years researching the film history of the Santa Monica Mountains and the Conejo Valley.  And now he shares that history with us.

A “Question and Answer” period will take place at the conclusion of the televised meeting. This presentation is part of the Council on Aging’s monthly televised speaker series.  All citizens are invited to attend and encouraged to share announcements, concerns or suggestions during the Public Comment period.

Free parking is available in the Civic Arts Plaza Parking Structure. Park on Level Three and walk toward the Box Office.  The Boardroom is across the sidewalk from the Box Office.

This meeting will be broadcast live on TOTV and on the City’s website at For more information or to watch archived videos, please visit



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