It feels like fall, finally in the Santa Clarita Valley! I love the crisp evening and morning temperatures. It almost makes a person feel festive, as the holiday season approaches.
It is mid-morning on Thursday, less than 24 hours remain before the 10th annual Festival of Trees opens to the public at Westfield Valencia Town Center.
Nov. 9-21 Festival of Trees at Westfield Valencia Town Center, (between The Patios and Sears). General admission: $6 age 15 and older; $3 age 4 to 14; $4 age 65+; free age 3 and under. Purchase general admission tickets at the door. No online sales. For hours and more information visit www.scvbgc.org. Sunday, Nov. 11 Heads Up Horse Therapy Veteran's Day Tea to benefit a new program dedicated to improving the quality of life ...
The 10th annual Festival of Trees to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley opened its doors Friday for a 13-day run at a space on the Shops at The Patios at Westfield Valencia Town Center.
Hundreds of attendees crowded into Hart Hall in Newhall on Saturday to view the more than 400 entries and nearly 800 blooms competing for prizes at the 19th annual Wild West Roses Rose Show hosted by the Santa Clarita Valley Rose Society.
Three members of the California Association for Paranormal Studies have been selected to build and launch their human-powered flying machine off a 30-foot high ramp on Nov. 10 at the Red Bull Flugtag event in San Francisco.
The XXIII Santa Clarita Artists' Association offered guests food, music, fine art and a chance to bid on silent auction items to raise funds for a student scholarship.
It's time to walk outside and check your garden. Keep your fingers crossed that the wind hasn't damaged your favorite rose bush. More importantly check for wind damage to any of the fragile buds that might be on the way to blossoming into perfect, fragrant specimens of rose growing delight.
The weather should be perfect on Sunday to "Sip, Stroll and Savor the Sounds" at the Soroptimist International of Greater Santa Clarita Valley's fifth annual The Wine Affair.
Beautifully decorated tables set with fine china, hot tea, savories and desserts greeted the 180 guests who attended the ninth annual Circle of Hope Afternoon Tea.
If John and Jameson Scalia have their way, Saugus, a quiet bedroom community in the Santa Clarita Valley, may soon become famous as the home of the Brother Monkeys.
Now that's what I'm talking about! The rain was a beautiful thing to behold this past Thursday and Friday. Hard to believe that the weather report is calling for 90 degree temperatures today and tomorrow. Bring back winter!
The ninth annual Bras for a Cause fundraiser presented by Soroptimist International of Santa Clarita Valley attracted more than 100 attendees on Sunday to the Tournament Players Club in Valencia to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer.
I've always wanted to visit England and Scotland. Half of my ancestors came from the United Kingdom.
I had a wonderful trip to England and Scotland. We had amazing weather and saw so many fabulous sights. The food was much better than I expected! However, I am very happy to be back in the Santa Clarita Valley, triple-digit temperatures and all! I am very pleased that winter is on its way. Perhaps we can have some "pleasant" (cooler) weather here, too!
Seventeen Santa Clarita Valley volunteers were introduced to the community on Tuesday, as candidates for 2013 SCV Man and Woman of the Year.
Kurt Bryant spends his life in front of a camera, but you won't recognize his face.
It's a beautiful weekend in the Santa Clarita Valley! Spring is the best season. I can't wait for the yuccas to begin blooming and for the hills to turn that pretty green. I'm seeing a few wildflowers popping up along the side of the roads, too!
The 46th annual Xi Nu Zeta Lasagna Dinner attracted a sold out crowd of 200 guests on Feb. 23 to feast on homemade lasagna for charity.
Horton heard a Who and the Cat in the Hat came back throughout Santa Clarita Valley elementary schools Friday as Read Across America arrived a day early to celebrate the act, the art, and the enjoyment of reading.
When Six Flags Magic Mountain opens its latest roller coaster, now under construction at the Valencia theme park, it will once again change the Santa Clarita Valley skyline, a Six Flags spokesman said Wednesday during a "hard hat" tour of the coaster site.
Who has money on "Argo to win it all at tonight's 85th annual Academy Awards? This is the first year I've not seen a majority of the Oscar contenders. I am hoping to watch a few on pay-per-few and DVD before the Awards begin tomorrow evening.
It may be a friendly competition for charity, but it's a competition nevertheless.
Ken Pulskamp, retired Santa Clarita city manager, has been selected to be "served up" at the 15th annual Santa Clarita Elks Charity Roast on March 23.
Santa Clarita Valley fashion icon Margo Hudson has a new mission in life: clothes for a cause.
Who's behind that mask? That was the theme Feb. 8 when the Canyon Theatre Guild hosted the Queen of Hearts Masquerade Ball, a new take on its annual "Night of a Thousand Stars" fundraiser.
Love was in the air Feb. 9 in the Grand Ballroom of the Hyatt Valencia as nearly 200 guests gathered to raise funds for cardiac care services at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital in Valencia.