Santa Clarita Transit – Dump the Pump – Banner
SCV Senior Center – Touch A Truck 2015 – Banner
All Americans Bail Bonds – Banner
SCV Chinese School – Banner
Union Bank – Banner
Valencia Town Center – Farmer’s Market – Banner
Action Family Counseling – Banner
College Of The Canyons – Banner
California High Speed Rail – Palmdale – Banner
Hugo Naturals – Banner
IHOP – Banner
San Diego Zoo – Generic – Banner
Facey – Banner
SCV Chinese School – Banner 2
AV Party Rental – Banner
Academy Swim Club – Banner
Santa Clarita Autosound – Banner
Newhall Land – 2015 – Banner
Galpin Motors – Banner
Green Convergence – Sun Power – Banner
Simply Taylored – Banner
Brent’s Carpet One – Banner
SCV Chinese School – Banner 3
Adage IT – Banner
Patterson’s Collision Center – Banner
Nothing Bundt Cakes – Banner
Beyond Harmony – Banner
Newhall Land – Banner
Disneyland – Diamond Celebration – Banner
It is forecast to be Clear at 7:00 PM PDT on May 28, 2015
Home » Santa Clarita News » Events » Things To Do In Santa Clarita » Santa Clarita Top Things To Do – September 25, 2013
Santa Clarita Top Things To Do – September 25, 2013

Santa Clarita Top Things To Do – September 25, 2013

SCV Vietnam Wall
Boy Scouts of America “Leaders of Character Recognition Dinner”
Lombardi Ranch
Canyon Theatre Guild “Dial M For Murder” & “The Miracle Worker”
Evening of Remembrance
LARC Ranch “Sunday In The Park With LARC”
SCV Box City
And More…And Upcoming…

SCV Traveling Vietnam Wall
When:  September 26 through September 29 – 24 hours a day
Where:  on Citrus Street side of the Westfield Valencia Town Center
Details:  Santa Clarita is poised to welcome the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall.  This wall is the largest traveling replica of the actual Vietnam Memorial Wall. It is an 80% replica with 100% of the names of the victims from the Vietnam War. Local resident Chuck Morris plays a definitive part in bringing the wall to Santa Clarita.  Morris helps organize the annual Memorial Day parade with the Friendly Valley Veterans Squad in Friendly Valley.  He heard about the wall but inquiries made him realize that it was much too big for Friendly Valley parade purposes.  But he thought of three important reasons for the traveling wall to come to Santa Clarita.  As Morris says, “The first was for people who have relatives or people who have relatives on the wall and can’t afford to go to Washington, D.C., so they can see the wall,” Morris said.  “The second reason is what an amazing thing this will be for our city,” Morris said, noting that the SCV has one of the highest per capita veteran populations in the state. Finally, “It’s also about education, he said, noting that most schools don’t include the Vietnam War in their history lessons.”  Many opportunities have arisen with the coming of the wall: kids essay contest for grades 4-6, volunteers for a continuous reading of the wall names, and more.  Read more online

Boy Scouts of America “Leaders of Character Recognition Dinner
When:  Saturday, September 28 starting at 6pm  
Where:  Hyatt Regency Valencia, 24500 Town Center Drive at McBean Parkway in Valencia
Details:  The Hart District of Boy Scouts of America will hold their annual “Leaders of Character Recognition Dinner” to recognize honorees from the Santa Clarita Valley.  These honorees exemplify the Character, Values and Leadership espoused by the Boy Scout Oath and the Scout Law in their personal and public lives.  This year’s honorees are: Bob and Margo Hudson, Cary and Kirsten Quashen, and Fred and Kristen Arnold.  Arif Halaby, CEO of Total Financial Solutions in Newhall, started the event in 2006 when he was approached by a local Boy Scout troop that needed to raise money to buy equipment. Read more on the event in a story on the KHTS website.  

Are you interested in events and activities in the Santa Clarita Valley?  Stay informed with a weekly KHTS Top Things To Do This Weekend E-newsletter.

Lombardi Ranch
When:  starting now, the Festival starts this weekend
Where:  29527 Bouquet Canyon Road, just south of Vasquez
Details: Get into the spirit of the changing seasons at Lombardi Ranch.  Lombardi Ranch has been a staple in Santa Clarita for over 30 years, especially at pumpkin time.  Lombardi Ranch is a working farm offering seasonal produce for sale, in addition to Halloween pumpkins. Enjoy Scarecrow Alley, live bands, petting zoos, wagon rides, face paintings, and more.  Bake sales happen every weekend by various Santa Clarita organizations.  As every Santa Clarita school age child knows, no little one leaves empty handed.  There are balloons, stickers and candy for each little hand.  The Lombardi Ranch Scarecrow Contest is perfect for a family, non-profit, scout group and more, to enter.  The Scarecrow Contest will be held Sunday, September 29 awarding cash prizes.  Even if you are not entering, Scarecrow Alley is an enjoyable and sometimes scary, walk through the corn fields.  Come to the Ranch and you’ll be sure to be humming the everlasting Lombardi Ranch song by David Reeves Carpenter. Free parking and admission.  More information is available online.    

Canyon Theatre Guild “Dial M For Murder”
When: 8pm performances:  September 27, October 5, 11, 19, 25, 26;  2pm performances: September 28, October 6, 12, 20, 26
Where:  Canyon Theatre Guild, 24242 Main Street, Old Town Newhall
Details:  Canyon Theatre Guild has the “thrilling whodunit” “Dial M For Murder.  “The story centers around a man who marries his wife for her money, and plans to murder her for the same reason.  Things don’t always work out according to plan and in this case the murderer gets murdered, the victim survives and the audience is in for an evening of thrills and suspense.”  Tickets range from $12-17.  More information is available by calling 661-799-2702 or online.  

Canyon Theatre Guild “The Miracle Worker
When: 8pm performances: October 4, 12, 18, 26;  2pm performances: September 29, October 5, 13, 19, 27
Where:  Canyon Theatre Guild, 24242 Main Street, Old Town Newhall
Details:  “The Miracle Worker” is being performed at the Canyon Theatre Guild.  “’The Miracle Worker’ is the touching, true story of two amazing women: Helen Keller, a child who can neither see nor hear, and her teacher Anne Sullivan who refuses to believe that Helen’s mind and spirit have to remain trapped in silence.  Annie and Helen struggle through a period of intense physical and emotional turmoil until success finally comes to Annie when Helen finally utters a single, glorious word: water.”  Tickets range from $12-17.  More information is available by calling 661-799-2702 or online

Evening of Remembrance
When:  Saturday, September 28 at 7pm
Where:  Central Park, 27150 Bouquet Canyon Road, Saugus
Details:  The City of Santa Clarita invites our community to the annual “Evening of Remembrance”.  “This solemn celebration focuses on teen driving safety and remembers local youth who lost their lives on our street.  There are 84 names represented at the Youth Grove.  The City of Santa Clarita and the Blue Ribbon task force asks, “Join us in a cry that no more names will be added to this memorial.”  More information is available by calling 661-250-3708 or online.

LARC Ranch “Sunday In The Park With LARC
When:  Sunday, September 29 at 1pm
Where:  LARC Ranch, 29890 N. Bouquet Canyon Road, Saugus
Details:  LARC Ranch is holding their annual fundraiser “Sunday in the Park with LARC”.  The afternoon features games, mug shot photo booth, delicious food and music by DJ Bino Bates.  Proceeds benefit the programs, services and facilities of LARC Ranch.  LARC helps developmentally disabled adults thrive.  Tickets are $125 for adults, $50 for children and $325 for a family package (2 adults and 2 children).  More information and tickets are available by calling 661-296-8638 or online

SCV Box City
When:  Saturday, September 28 at 3pm through Sunday, September 29 at 9am
Where:  Bridgeport Park, 23520 Bridgeport Lane, just south of Newhall Ranch Road between McBean and Bouquet
Details:  Family Promise of SCV is again raising awareness of the many homeless families in the Santa Clarita Valley with “SCV Box City”.  Participants raise funds by setting up a cardboard box home and sleeping in it overnight.  There will be bands, activities, and entertainment.  Box City is made up of individuals, families, service groups, youth groups, and others.  More information is available online.  

Lancaster Performing Arts Center “Direct From Budapest, The Hungarian State Folk Ensemble
When:  Saturday, September 28 at 8pm
Where:  Lancaster Performing Arts Center, 750 Lancaster Boulevard, Lancaster
Details:  Lancaster Performing Arts Center has, “Direct From Budapest, The Hungarian State Folk Ensemble – Hungarian Rhapsody.”  “Centuries of Hungarian culture come to life when this acclaimed ensemble brings their rich and colorful dance and music traditions to the LPAC stage.”  More information is available by calling 661-723-5950 or online

SCV Latino Chamber of Commerce “Latino Awards Gala
When:  Friday, September 27 beginning at 6pm
Where:  Hyatt Regency Valencia, 24500 Town Center Drive at McBean Parkway, Valencia
Details:  The SCV Latino Chamber of Commerce is celebrating their Third Annual Awards Gala”.  This year’s theme is “Celebrating Diversity”.  There will be featured speakers, entertainment, dinner and dancing.  More information is available by calling 661-250-4892, extension 979 or online.

Telly’s Castaic “Anniversary Celebration
When:  Saturday, September 28 from 5-9pm
Where:  Telly’s Drive-In, 31703 Castaic, Castaic
Details:  Telly’s Drive-In Castaic is holding their “Five Year Anniversary Celebration”.  There will be a Car Show rewarding Best Classic Car, Best Hot Rod, Best of the Rest, Worst of the Best, Bottom of the Barrel, and Who Would Have Imagined.  The evening includes “rockin’ to the oldies”.  More information is available by calling 661-775-8100 or online.

Grace Baptist Church “Hope For Haiti
When:  Saturday, September 28 at 4pm
Where:  The Miller Ranch, 35105 Trenmar Drive, Acton
Details:  Grace Baptist Church, through Connect2Ministries, sends three teams a year to help with the 2010 earthquake recovery in Haiti.  “Hope For Haiti” will raise funds for materials for reconstruction of Haitian churches, food and supplies to House of Hope Orphanage.  The evening will include dinner and a concert with nationally known Lisa Morales, with special guest Lance Allyn.  More information and tickets are available by calling 661-264-6746 or 661-607-6953 or online

Providence/Facey “Free Community Health Fair
When:  Saturday, September 28 from 9am-1pm
Where:  Facey Medical Group, 11333 Sepulveda Blvd, Mission Hills
Details:  Providence Holy Cross Medical Center and Providence affiliate Facey Medical Group are working together to build healthier communities, will offer free health screenings at a “Community Health Fair”. Experts will administer bone density tests, skin scans to detect skin cancer, carotid artery screenings to check for stroke risk, body mass index calculations to measure body fat and blood pressure, cholesterol and blood glucose tests.  Preventive care is the best way to avoid serious illnesses such as heart disease, stroke and diabetes.

Real Life Church “Celebrate Recovery
When:  starting September 27 from 6-10pm and continuing every Friday night (see below)
Where:  Real Life Church Newhall campus at SaviaCommunity Center, 23780 Newhall Avenue, Newhall
Details:  Real Life Church is offering a new faith-based ministry “Celebrate Recovery” that “provides hope and healing for anyone who may find themselves struggling with life’s hurts, habits and hang-ups.”  An inexpensive BBQ Dinner & Social Hour will be held from 6-7pm.  The Full Group Meeting, featuring live worship music and teaching will run from 7-8pm.  Open Small Groups will break out by gender into issue-specific groups from 8-9pm.  Café Time runs from 9-10pm.  Childcare is available from Birth to 5th Grade. Call (661) 705-4713 for more details.   More information is available online.

Canyon High Dance “Goodwill Fundraiser
When:  Saturday, September 28 from 8am-2pm
Where:  Canyon High School, football field parking lot, 19300 W. Nadal Street, just west of White’s Canyon, Canyon Country
Details:  Canyon High Dance Team is hosting their “2nd Annual Goodwill Drive Fundraiser”.  Clean out your closets and garage for donation items.  Bag your items.  No large furniture or appliance items can be accepted.  

And Upcoming…

Samuel Dixon Family Health Center “Rubber Ducky Festival
When:  Saturday, October 5 from 11am-3pm
Where:  Bridgeport Park, on Newhall Ranch Road near Bridgeport Elementary School
Details:  Samuel Dixon Family Health Center is holding their 11th Annual “Rubber Ducky Festival”.  Adopt your winning ducklings online.  Winning ducks can earn a Grand Prize of $2,500 gift card, second prize of $1,500 gift card and third prize of $500 gift card.  Individual duck adoption is $5, Quack Family (5ducks, plus one free) for $25, Quacker’s Dozen (10 ducks, plus 2 free) for $50, and Duck Flock (20 ducks, plus 4 free) for $100.  To round out the family fun there will be exhibitors and food trucks.  A racetrack waterway will provide regatta heats throughout the day.  Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich will be Honorary Chairman.  Mayor Bob Kellar will be Master of Ceremonies.  All proceeds go toward patient care offering affordable, quality primary health care for residents of the Santa Clarita Valley. More information is available online.  

Domestic Violence Center SCV “Purple Walk of Strength
When: Saturday, October 5 from 9-11am, registration starts at 8:30am
Where:  College of the Canyons, Valencia campus
Details:  The Domestic Violence Center of Santa Clarita Valley invite you to “walk, jog, skip or turbo run” in their “2nd Annual Purple Walk of Strength 5K”.  The trail is part of the 3.5 mile College of the Canyons Cross Country trail.  Wear white T-shirts and sneakers to be playfully decorated or “purpled” by the tossing of colorful pigment along the route.  The morning will also include food, raffles, swag bags and more.  Pre-registration fees are $30/single ($40 day of).  Four-person team/family pre-registration is $100 (no day of registration).  More information is available online.

Soroptimist “Bras For A Cause
When:  Sunday, October 6 from 12-3pm
Where:  Tournament Players Club, 26550 Heritage View, Stevenson Ranch
Details:  Soroptimist of Santa Clarita Valley is holding their “10th Annual Bras for a Cause – Bras on Broadway” fundraiser.  “Bid on blinged-out bras representing Broadway plays, along with baskets full of gift cards for personal services, meals, week-end getaways, home décor and personal items.”  Tickets are $65 and include food stations, complimentary beverage and Broadway-style entertainment.  Funds raised benefit Circle of Hope and Sheila R. Veloz Breast Imaging Center.  More information is available online.

Sheriff’s “Fun In The Sun Chili Cook Off
When:  Saturday, October 5 from 11am-4pm
Where:  Jack Bones Equestrian Center, 26983 Tapia Canyon Road, Castaic
Details:  The Sheriff’s “Fun in the Sun Chili Cook Off” is back with fun for the entire family.  There will be over 20 chili booths, live music, crafter booths, vendors and a kids zone.  The day will also feature a classic car show, military displays and LASD department displays.  A Tasting/Voting card is $5.  All proceeds will benefit Special Olympics Southern California.  More information is available by email or online.  

“Job & Career Fair”
When:  Wednesday, October 9 from 10am-2pm
Where:  College of the Canyons, Valencia campus, East Gym, 26455 Rockwell Canyon Road, Valencia
Details:  College of the Canyons, KHTS AM-1220 and The Signal are partnering for the 2013 “Job & Career Fair” featuring a KHTS sponsored virtual corner for companies that cannot attend the fair in person.  Read more in a story on the KHTS website.    At least 16 employers will be at the fair, representing various industries and career fields.  In preparation for the Job & Career Fair, the COC Career Center is hosting a workshop “Preparing for the Job Fair” on Wednesday, October 2 from 12-1pm and 6-7pm at the Student Center, Room PDR-3, on the Valencia campus.  More information is available by calling 661-362-3286 or online.

Also brought to you by our friends at
 Facey Medical Center.

Looking for more events or want to register your event – check out the KHTS Community Calendar 




Source: Santa Clarita News

Santa Clarita Top Things To Do – September 25, 2013

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

About KHTS AM 1220

Academy Swim Club – News Banner
Hugo Naturals – News Banner
Beyond Harmony – News Banner
Action Family Counseling – News Banner
AV Party Rental – News Banner
All American Bail Bonds – News Banner
College Of The Canyons – News Banner
Adage IT – Tile
Broadscast – Tile
Valencia Town Center – Farmer’s Market – Tile
San Diego Zoo – Generic – Tile
Wicall’s Carpet
Dermacure – Tile