Mall Category: Thousand Oaks CA Mall

The Oaks Mall

350 West Hillcrest Drive
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Phone Number: 805-495-2032 

REGULAR MALL HOURS
Monday to Friday 10am – 9pm
Saturday 10am – 9pm
Sunday 11am – 7pm

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The Oaks Mall in Thousand Oaks – If you are looking for a fun place to go shopping in Thousand Oaks. CA., check out the Oaks Mall. This hybrid indoor/outdoor shopping experience in Thousand Oaks is a boon to area residents. Before The Oaks Mall, residents of Thousand Oaks CA were forced to endure the massive traffic while driving to LA to get any worthwhile retail shopping therapy. Recently expanded and remodeled, The Oaks Mall is an ideal place to spend a sunny afternoon or an entertaining night out in Thousand Oaks.

JCPenney, Macy’s and Nordstrom are the three department stores anchoring this popular Thousand Oaks mall known as The Oaks.

The Oaks Mall. The ultimate Thousand Oaks, CA shopping experience!

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News & Events

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Join Us every Thursday from 1:30PM-6:00PM at the Thousand Oaks Farmers Market located in the East Parking Lot! Since 1991, Conejo Valley residents wanting the freshest in California produce have been coming to this location at The Oaks. It’s a great place for the whole family to discover new tastes! Enjoy a wonderful outdoor shopping experience with California farmers bringing you the freshest, vine and tree ripened fruits and vegetables.

Other California agricultural items include: fresh meat products, herbs, honey, eggs, whole and shelled nuts, olive oil, fruit juices, jams, jellies, cut flowers and potted plants. Since the market is open during the dinner hour, patrons will not only find fresh produce and beautiful flower arrangements, they can also enjoy tasty food prepared onsite. Each Thursday, the market welcomes several cooked food vendors who can provide a warm meal, artisan bakeries, cold salads and the kids will love sampling the fresh kettle corn. Ocean fish fresh from the boat is also a real treat offered here. Open almost all year-round, rain or shine, with over 50 California farmers and food vendors.

The market is closed every year between Thanksgiving and New Years Day. SNAP/EBT customers welcome. Redemptions authorized at Market Information Booth. Sorry No Pets! California state health laws restrict all animals from the markets, except service animals.

For more information on the Ventura Certified Farmers Markets, please click here.



Market Tips

Top 10 Consumer Tips for the Farmers’ Market
1. Show Up Early!
Arriving too late means big crowds and picked-over produce. Beat the rush by coming early and getting the best of the season. Morning light (if you happen to be attending a morning market) is also the best for snapping pictures, if you’re into that sort of thing.

2. Remember to BYOB (Bring Your Own Bag!)
Vendors at the Ventura County Certified Farmers’ Markets do provide small plastic or paper bags for your convenience. However, in the spirit of being “green,” remember to bring along reusable bags – the vendors are sure to appreciate your effort! You definitely want to have a larger bag to carry your bounty or you’ll be heading home prematurely.

3. Don’t Be Afraid to Try Something New
One of the advantages of shopping at a farmers’ market is that you get the best of the season from Certified California farmers – a likely difference from your local grocery store purchases. There’s nothing wrong with buying foods you know you like, but try to be adventurous with new produce. You may be pleasantly surprised!

4. Ask Questions
You may not know everything there is to know about seasonal produce, but the farmers who grow it certainly do. Walk up to each vendor with a smile and ask them what their favorites are this week. Most vendors have sample recipes, preparation tips, and serving suggestions for their products – all you need to do is ask!

5. Remember to Bring Cash
At this time, the VCCFMA does not provide on-site ATM machines and most vendors are not equipped to accept credit cards. Although there could be an ATM nearby, depending on the market location, farmers’ market veterans know better than to show up at the market without cash in our wallets. Pick up some cash on your way to avoid the headache.

6. Don’t Forget Your Veggies
Fruit is great but it can also put a dent in your wallet. If you fear farmers’ markets because of the price, redirect your attention to vegetables. Veggies are often cheaper and when picked fresh and in season, they can be almost as sweet as candy.

7. Remember the Eggs and Meat
Our farmers’ markets are some of the best places to find farmers from sustainable farms with eco-friendly practices. Don’t forget to pick up your eggs, meat, and cheese products from our local producers to reduce environmental impact (you’ll find that the quality is far superior as well!)

8. Leave Your Pets at Home
Due to current California State health regulations, it is illegal to bring dogs to farmers’ markets unless they are service animals. Please remember to find appropriate accommodations for your furry friend before arriving at the market.

9. Remember Your Farmers’ Market Etiquette
Farmers’ markets are not flea markets, and haggling or negotiating a price is generally not part of the etiquette. Sometimes very late in the day, farmers will offer discounts, but it’s generally best practice to respect set prices. Farmers work harder than most of us can imagine, and their asking prices are more than fair.

10. Shop Around
Samples are commonplace at farmers’ markets and allow you to find the produce that best suits your taste. Shop around a bit before deciding on the best purchases. You know you’ve picked the right stuff if you can barely get it home without eating it all!

Written for EcoSalon for Yahoo! ® Green. Adapted for VCCFMA.
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Farmers Market at The Oaks

May 25, 1:30pm

The Oaks

Join Us every Thursday from 1:30PM-6:00PM at the Thousand Oaks Farmers Market located in the East Parking Lot! Since 1991, Conejo Valley residents wanting the freshest in California produce have been...

The Oaks added an event.

FREE Electric Waste Recycling Event!

E-Waste is any consumer electronic equipment that has reached its ‘end-of-life’ or ‘end-of-usage,’ whether in full or non-working condition. It includes most electronics or electric appliances with a cord or circuit board such as:

Computer Monitors, Television Sets, PC Systems, Printers, Laptops, Copiers, Scanners, Fax Machines, Toner Cartridges, UPS & PDAs, Power Supplies, Main Frame Units, Networking Equipment, Mother Board Systems, VCR/VCD/DVD Players, Home Entertainment Systems, Landline and Cellular Phones, & Small Portable Devices. We also accept Car and Forklift Batteries. There is a $5 service charge for Microwave Ovens & A/C units. We do not accept: Fluorescent Light Bulbs and Household Batteries.
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E-Waste Recycling Event

May 27, 9:00am

The Oaks

FREE Electric Waste Recycling Event! E-Waste is any consumer electronic equipment that has reached its ‘end-of-life’ or ‘end-of-usage,’ whether in full or non-working condition. It includes ...

The Oaks added an event.

Stroke 101: Learn the latest treatment options and how to think FAST in recognizing the symptoms of a stroke

at The Oaks Shopping Center (Food Court Patio) with special guest speaker Meia Scida, RN, BSN, Stroke Coordinator, Los Robles Hospital
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Health Chat Happy Hour

May 25, 6:00pm

The Oaks

Stroke 101: Learn the latest treatment options and how to think FAST in recognizing the symptoms of a stroke at The Oaks Shopping Center (Food Court Patio) with special guest speaker Meia Scida, RN,...

The Oaks added an event.

Visit the Outdoor Village on Saturday 5/27 at 2pm for a special performance from Cabrillo Music Theatre's show, Peter Pan.

Cabrillo Music Theatre's Peter Pan at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, July 14 - 27, 2017

This classic musical for all ages gets a brand new production by Cabrillo Music Theatre! Based on J.M. Barrie's classic tale and featuring an unforgettable score by Morris "Moose" Charlap and Jule Styne with lyrics by Carolyn Leigh and Betty Comden and Adolph Green, PETER PAN is more than just a family favorite - it's one of the most beloved musicals of all time. In this high-flying Tony Award-winning musical, Peter and his mischievous fairy sidekick Tinkerbell visit the nursery of the Darling children late one night and with a sprinkle of pixie dust begin a magical journey across the stars that none of them will ever forget. Featuring the iconic songs "I'm Flying," "I've Gotta Crow," "I Won't Grow Up," and "Never Never Land," and a rousing book full of magic, warmth, and adventure, PETER PAN is the perfect show for the child in all of us who dreamed of soaring high and never growing up. Cabrillo Music Theatre's PETER PAN will have audiences flying!
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Cabrillo Music Theatre Performance

May 27, 2:00pm

The Oaks

Visit the Outdoor Village on Saturday 5/27 at 2pm for a special performance from Cabrillo Music Theatre's show, Peter Pan. Cabrillo Music Theatre's Peter Pan at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, J...

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