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Top Things To Do This Weekend, April 21, 2011

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Easter Services
Cal Arts–Wild Beast Series
Comedy Stop
Canyon Theatre Guild–“Little Women”
And More…

Easter Services
Celebrate Easter Sunday services at local community churches:

NorthPark Community Church
Senior Pastor Dave White welcomes the community to NorthPark Community Church for Good Friday services and then to celebrate the resurrection on Easter Sunday.  Good Friday Services will be held at 6:00pm and 7:30pm.  Easter Sunday services will be held at 8:00am, 9:00am, 10:30am and 12 Noon.  NorthPark Community Church is located at 28310 Kelly Johnson Parkway near the intersection of Copperhill and Newhall Ranch Road.  NorthPark hopes to build a community that is representative of God’s Grace and Truth.  Visit:  NorthPark.com    

The Sanctuary – A Foursquare Church
Pastor Marty Walker invites the community to Easter Sunday services at The Sanctuary.  Sunday services will be held at 9:00am and 11:00am in the Father’s House located in Building A at their location at 26444 Friendly Valley Parkway.  The Sanctuary provides a safe place to grow spiritually.
Visit:  TheSanctuaryChurch.com   

Real Life Church
Lead Pastor Rusty George is pleased to invite your family to Real Life Church for Sunday Services.  This weekend Real Life Church is offering eight services over three days.  On Friday there will be services at 5:00pm and 7:00pm. Saturday services will be held at 5:00pm and 7:00pm.  Their Easter Sunday services at 6:30am will be a Sunrise Service held at the Outdoor Amphitheater.  The other Sunday services will be held at 8:30am, 10:00am and 11:30am.  Real Life Church is located at 23841 Newhall Ranch Road, near McBean in Valencia.  For kids, the church is holding “Camp Easter” with Easter egg hunts and a 30ft inflatable tree house.  The Easter Egg Hunts will be held on Friday at 6:15pm, Saturday at 6:15pm and Sunday at 7:45am.  Real Life Church says they are a “church unchurched people love to attend”.  Visit:  RealLifeChurch.org 

Church on the Way
Senior Pastors Douglas and Christa Andersen ask that you join them this Easter to discover the whole story.  Their Easter Sunday services will be held at 8:00am, 9:30am and 11:30am.  Church on the Way is located at 23415 Cinema Drive.  In addition to Easter services, Church on the Way is holding a free BBQ on Saturday from 11am-4pm at Newhall Park.  The BBQ will include games, a bounce house and a fantastic egg hunt.  Church on the Way’s mission is to be a congregation that exists for the purpose of loving God, serving people and changing lives. 
Visit:  TCOTWSC.org 

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
Pastor Tom Cizmar invites one and all to come worship with Prince of Peace Lutheran on Easter Sunday.  There will be a special appearance by Robbie Robinson, music director of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons.  Easter Sunday service will be held at 10:00am at Castaic Middle School located at 28900 Hillcrest Parkway in Castaic.  Prince of Peace celebrates the message of Easter all year long.  Visit:  POPCastaic.org     

 

Cal Arts–Wild Beast Series
The Cal Arts Wild Beast Series is back!  Their first offering of the year will be Jazz Crossing.  Their website describes the evening as “stirring salsa music and stories about passing through frontiers”.  The Cal Arts’ Latin Jazz Ensemble will be led by composer-pianist David Roitstein, and actress-director Marissa Chibas will be offering her talents.  The evening will be a “live transcontinental TeleConcert, connecting audience and performers in Valencia with those at Yamaha Artists Salon in New York”.  The performance will link accomplished composer-pianists David Rosenbloom and J.B.Floyd and jazz musicians Scott Colley, bass and Ralph Alessi, trumpet.  Jazz Crossing will start at 5:30pm Saturday evening.  This outdoor music series is free to the community and offers afternoon/evening concerts on the lawn.  California Institute of the Arts (Cal Arts) is located at 24700 McBean Parkway in Valencia.
Visit:  CalArts.edu/Wild-Beast       


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Comedy Stop
Get your belly laughs ready!  Comedy Stop brings Hollywood’s comedy world to Santa Clarita.  Every second and fourth of the month, Comedy Stop presents a new comedy show.  This week’s guests comedians are Mike Faverman, with his take no prisoners style, Aiko Tanaka, with her hilarious take as an Asian princess, David “Burger” Burger, with his streetwise flare that keeps you on the edge of your sea, and Joey Marmo, with humorous renditions of his “Mother and Father” and his take on life working in the suburbs.  The shows are held every second and fourth Friday of each month.  They are held inside Hacienda Don Cuco’s located at 27247 Camp Plenty near Soledad Canyon Road. The show Friday starts at 9:00pm.  Come at 8:00pm to eat dinner or eat during the show.    The show cost is $14.50 with a two drink minimum.  Tickets can be purchased on-line.  Take advantage of a special KHTS 30% off ticket offer – when ordering tickets, use the code word:  laugh
Visit:  ComedyInSCV.com     

Canyon Theatre Guild–“Little Women”
You have one last chance to see that wonderful novel, Little Women, come to life on-stage at Canyon Theatre Guild.  The play tells the story of the March family and how they manage life without the father of the family who is serving in the Civil War.  Louisa May Alcott’s novel and movies based on the novel have entertained many generations, and this play will surely please your entire family.  The last show will be held at 2:00pm on Saturday.  Tickets are $10-$12 for juniors/seniors and $12-15 for adults.
Visit:  CanyonTheatre.org     

And More…

Who:  Easter Brunch at various locations
What:  Many of KHTS’ Restaurant Row participants are offering Easter Brunch.
When:  Easter Sunday, April 24
Where:  Hacienda Don Cuco’s, Margarita’s, Salt Creek and Wolf Creek are offering Easter Sunday Brunch. 
Details:  Make reservations.

Who:  Zonta’s LifeForward Workshop
What:  Workshop on completing a job application and creating a resume.
When:  Saturday, April 23 from 10am-12:30pm
Where:  Desert Streams Church at 26873 Ruether Avenue in Canyon Country.
Details:  Zonta’s LifeForward Workshops are offered free to local women.  Email questions to:  lifeforward@scvzonta.org

Who:  Feline Conservation Center
What:  Twilight Tour
When: 
Saturday, April 23 at 5:30pm
Where: 
Exotic Feline Breeding Compound’s Feline Conservation Center in Rosamond.
Details: 
Come eye-to-eye with a leopard, jaguars, lynx and more wild cat species.  Admission is $15 per person and is only for those 18 years and older only – no exceptions.  Advance tickets are available on-line and are recommended.  Visit:  wildcatzoo.org    http://www.cathouse-fcc.org/

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

Add your own event to our Community Calendar.  Please give us at least two weeks notice.

Upcoming Events:
Who:
  Child & Family Center
What:  Taste of the Town
When:  Sunday, May 1 from 1-5pm
Where:  Mann Biomedical Park, 25104 Rye Canyon Loop, near Copperhill & Newhall Ranch Rd
Details:  Child & Family’s premier event is in its 23rd year.  Taste of the Town features 40 restaurants and caterers serving all the food you can eat, all the wine and beer you can drink, plus entertainment, silent and live auctions in a beautiful garden setting.  This is an Adults Only event.  Tickets are $60 for General Admission and $100 for Reserved Seating.  Tickets can be purchased at KHTS AM-1220 studios or on-line at TasteoftheTown.com  All proceeds benefit Child & Family Center.

Top Things To Do This Weekend, April 21, 2011

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