AV Wall - The Mobile Vietnam Memorial Wall at Rancho Tapo Community Park in Simi Valley May 24 through 28

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The AV Wall - The Mobile Vietnam Memorial Wall - is coming to Rancho Tapo Community Park, 3700 Avenida Simi, Simi Valley on Memorial Weekend 2019. The wall is a half-scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington D.C.

The structure will be installed for an opening ceremony at 4pm on May 24th. Public viewing will be 24 hours a day until 8am on May 28th. There will be a Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday, May 27th at 4pm.

Local veterans will be on hand to meet with visitors and answer questions for many of the hours the wall is open for viewing.

Taps will be played nightly at 10pm.

Learn more about the wall at AVWall.org.

Holiday Ice Rink at The Lakes at Thousand Oaks to Return November 8, 2018 through January 27, 2019

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The Holiday Ice Rink at The Lakes at Thousand Oaks, 2200 E. Thousand Oaks Boulevard is coming back yet again this year, beginning on Thursday, November 8, 2018 through January 27, 2019.

Tickets to the rink can be purchased onsite at the ice rink ticket window. All tickets priced at $15, including admission and skate rental.

For a limited time, get ice skating for two, including rentals, plus hot chocolate, for $29 (regular price $40) at bit.ly/IceRinkTO (affiliate link).

Hours: Mon-Thurs 12-9PM, Fri 12-10PM, Sat 10AM-11PM and Sun 10AM-9PM

Special holiday hours: 11/17-11/25 and 12/21-1/6 opens at 10am daily

shoplakes.com/events/annual-holiday-ice-rink

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50,000 Light Residential Holiday Light Display in Newbury Park Back for a 4th Year

Brian Fuchs will be bringing back his fantastic 50,000+ light synchronized light display for a 4th year at his residence on Via Patricia in the Dos Vientos section of Newbury Park. The show will take place most nights from 5pm to 10pm, beginning I believe the first weekend of December.

Fuchs hand crafts the entire amazing display himself, welding together trees, wreaths and other decorations. It takes him over 400 hours to put this display together!

There are no "physically" moving parts to this display...but there are moving, flashing, blinking light displays that will mesmerize you.  The display is synchronized with fun holiday music played on FM 99.1 (listen in car or bring a small radio).

Display will be closed on rainy nights. Please be mindful of the neighbors. Below are some photos from the display last year.

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Here's what it looks like during daylight hours...quite complex looking!

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