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Posted: April 7, 2014 2:43 p.m.
Updated: April 7, 2014 2:43 p.m.

Lead singer Jenna Syde of Jenna Syde & The Watchers sings at a past Summer Meltdown Autism Awareness Art and Music Festival at the city of Santa Clarita Skate Park.

 

Watch out for these local events coming up in April. 


School to host Earth Day Carnival and Talent Show

Castaic Elementary School PTA is holding its fifth annual Earth Day Carnival and Talent Show Fundraiser on April 26 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Castaic Elementary School, 30455 Park Vista Drive in Castaic.

The family friendly event includes food, games and prizes, as well as informative presentations for environmentally conscious living.

Presenters include environmentally conscious companies, such as: the Testing Center California, which discusses clean burning cars; Santa Clarita Transit on clean burning buses; Clean LA on water-wise planting and composting; and solar and organic food companies highlighting ways to conserve and preserve the environment and natural resources.

In the vendor village, local products will be available for purchase. There will also be a raffle, fashion show and cake walk.

The Goodwill truck will be available for donations, and Stuffed Animals for Emergencies will accept clean, gently-used stuffed animals for donation.  

Tickets are available for purchase at castaicelementarypta.org. For sponsorship or vendor information, email fundraising@castaicelementarypta.org.


Summer Meltdown to rock the Santa Clarita Skate Park

The 11th annual Summer Meltdown Autism Awareness Art and Music Festival brings 30 bands and four stages to the city of Santa Clarita Skatepark on April 26.

Matisyahu, The Dirty Heads, Seedless, Stick Figure, Cisco Adler, Krooked Trees, Katastro, Badfish, Hirie and more will perform.

Offering more than music, 14 artists will paint and draw live on stage as bands perform.

The event also promises food trucks for even the most critical of palettes, as well as handcrafted goods for purchase from local and regional artisans.

Founders and students of the Yes I Can program, many of whom are teens living on the spectrum of autism, co-produced the event.

YIC began as a pilot program in the William S. Hart Union High School District in 1999, with the help of the city of Santa Clarita. In the program, students learn about disabilities, self-advocacy, goal setting, self-determination, collaboration, communication skills and the appreciation of diversity in a year-long elective class.

For more information, visit SummerMeltdownSCV.com. For advanced ticket purchases, visit etixs.com.


Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival to kick off

The 21st annual Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival rounds up fun, food and events at the Melody Ranch Motion Picture Studio in Newhall on April 26 and 27.

Each year, thousands of guests attend the festival to celebrate cowboy culture with a musical lineup, Dutch-oven peach cobbler, trick ropers, shopping, activities and more.

A real working movie ranch, Melody Ranch is the former home of Gene Autry and backdrop for Quentin Tarantino’s film “Django Unchained.”

For the lineup or more information, visit cowboyfestival.org or call 661-250-3735.

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