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Top Things To Do This Weekend, September 16, 2010

This weekend in Santa Clarita brought to you by our Friends at Facey Medical Center

Leaders of Character Recognition Dinner
ZOE Concert and Silent Auction
OLPH Annual BBQ Fair
Kenneally Acupuncture – Seasonal Event
CLWA Landscape Education Class
Feline Conservation Center
Search & Rescue Golf Tournament

Leaders of Character Recognition Dinner
Leaders of Character personify the values, character and leadership demonstrated by the Boy Scout Oath and Law in their daily life.  Total Financial Solutions  and the Boy Scouts of America will be honoring Greg and Chell Amsler and the Honorable Howard “Buck” McKeon and Pat McKeon at the Fifth Annual Leaders of Character Recognition Dinner.  The dinner and reception will be held at The Odyssey in Granada Hills on Saturday from 6:00-10:00pm.  There will be a viral and live auction.  The evening benefits the SCV Boy Scouts Service Center and over 2,000 local Boy Scouts. 
For more information call Jeff at 661-212-1095. 

ZOE Concert and Silent Auction
A free benefit concert and silent auction that helps children – that’s the opportunity that ZOE Children’s Homes is giving us.  Saturday evening’s concert will feature eight talented musicians who will share their gifts on behalf of children in need.  The featured artist for the event is Mandie Pinto, singer, songwriter and music producer.  Pinto helped organize the musicians for the event, and they have been entertaining audiences for more than 150 years combined.  The event will be held at Real Life Church in Valencia.    ZOE Children’s Homes  is a Santa Clarita based non-profit whose mission is to save children from human trafficking. 
RSVP:  YouCanEvent.com


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OLPH Annual BBQ Fair
Family fun is coming to Our Lady of Perpetual Help.  That’s right, it’s time for their 66th Annual BBQ Fair:  game booths,
antique car show, live music, rides and auctions.  Throw in the wide array of international food and you have a party: Italian, Filipino, Mexican and all American BBQ.  Adults can indulge in beer, wine and margaritas.  The kids can look forward to the soda and ice cream fountain, face painting and kiddie rides galore.  To get a discount, get your ride tickets in advance to get a discount.  This year’s raffle grand prize is six nights in Maui, including airfare, hotel and car rental.  Friday, September 17 from 6 to 11pm, Saturday from 3 to 11pm and Sunday 11am to 8pm.  OLPH at 23233 Lyons Avenue in Newhall. 
For information, call fair chairperson, Gary Gutierrez at 373-3734 or the parish at 259-2276.

Kenneally Acupuncture – Seasonal Event
Have you been sniffing and sneezing?  Check out Kenneally Acupuncture seasonal event.  Sunday from 9am-6pm you can boost your immune system to help your body make the transition from one season to the next.  The event doesn’t stop there.  Check out the informational booths on energy psychology, dreamtending, detoxing and more.  Other services offered:  iridology, foot detox, massage, astrology and angel readings.  Vendors with jewelry, scarves, shirts, book, videos and crystals will be filling out the event.  Kenneally Acupuncute is at the intersection of Soledad Canyon Road and Camp Plenty in Canyon Country – the courtyard of the two-story building on the corner.  Call to schedule an appointment:  252-4100. 
Visit:  KenneallyAcupuncture.com

Castaic Lake Water Agency – Landscape Education Class
Saving some green while being green, that’s what the Castaic Lake Water Agency is offering  at their Landscape Education Class.  Saturday from 9am-Noon at CLWA you can learn about water use in and around your home and ways to improve water use efficiency and save money at the same time.  CLWA off of Bouquet, above Central Park.  Call 297-1600.
Visit:  CLWA.org

Feline Conservation Center
What do wild cats do at night?  Find out at the Twilight Tour at the Feline Conservation Center.  You’ll to see one of the world’s largest collections of rare wild feline species during their most active period, and witness animal behaviors nor ordinarily seen during normal zoo experiences.  To add to the evening, the Lancaster Rotary will provide barbeque and home-baked goodies.  The Feline Conservation Center is located in Rosamond.  More information and directions are available on the EFBC Feline Conservation Center website.
Visit:  WildCatZoo.org

Search & Rescue Golf Tournament
We’d be lost without them, so extend your weekend, and hit the links for the Santa Clarita Valley Search and Rescue Team Fourth Annual Golf Tournament at Robinson Ranch.  All are welcome to join them on Monday to benefit these on-call volunteers who risk life and limb to aid Santa Clarita’s citizens on a daily basis.  It’s sure to be a swinging day filled with fun, food and entertainment. 
Visit:  SCVRescue.com

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Mark Your Calendars:  A Look At Upcoming Events

Lombardi Ranch Pumpkin Festival
When:  starts October 3 and runs every weekend through October
Where: Lombardi Ranch on Bouquet Canyon Road
About:  Live entertainment, craft fairs, Scarecrow Contest, bake sales and 5K run
Learn More:
  LombardiRanch.com 

Circus Vargas
When:  September 30 through October 11
Where:  Westfield Valencia Town Center
About:  Circus Vargas – The Big One is Back!  Get children’s discount coupons at KHTS and at KHTS’ kiosk at the Westfield Valencia Town Center, by the food court.  LIsten to KHTS or go on-line at hometownstation.com for winning tickets.
Learn More:  CircusVargas.org 

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Top Things To Do This Weekend, September 16, 2010

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