Westlake Village Discovers
WLV Discovers 2022 "The Great OUtDoors"
The City of Westlake Village and Westlake Village Library present Westlake Village Discovers 2022: The Great Outdoors! Save the date for Saturday, February 12, 2022. This free program aims to encourage continued learning and reading through interactive and educational programs. This year all programs are centered around the theme of getting outside!
All programs take place at the Westlake Village Civic Center located at 31200 Oak Crest Dr., Westlake Village CA 91361.
Backyard Wildlife & Safety with Teranga Ranch
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. @ Westlake Village Civic Center Courtyard
- Learn about the history and behaviors of local wildlife, what attracts them and what deters them from your home. Topics include pet safety, humane hazing techniques, and ways to co-exist with native wildlife.
Valley Hive Honey & Beekeeping Presentation
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. @ Westlake Village Civic Center Courtyard
- Why are bees so important? The Valley Hive is here to show us! Learn about the history of beekeeping, bee biology, why bees sting, how they make honey, and the importance of pollination! Stick around after the presentation to buy some local honey and products.
Saving Wildlife International Animal Show
3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. @ Westlake Village Civic Center Courtyard
- Join us for a wildlife show with Saving Wildlife International. Meet their animal ambassadors, including mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians, to learn about wildlife conservation!
For more information or questions on any of these program, please contact the Community Services Department at (818) 706-1613.
Formerly Westlake Village Reads is now Westlake Village Discovers. The City of Westlake Village, the Westlake Village Library, and Friends of the Westlake Village Library co-sponsor Westlake Village Discovers, the City’s version of a One City One Book Program. Westlake Village Discovers has established a program that places focus on a main theme rather than a single book. The City continues to "discover" new themes and explore new programs each year.