Town hall meetings
The Santa Clarita Symphony celebrates its five-year anniversary with a black-tie gala tonight, featuring a rare and intimate classical/jazz performance by piano virtuoso Bryan Pezzone - and friends.
Jim Ventress, chief professional officer of the Santa Clarita Valley Boys and Girls Club, has been at the helm for more than half of the Club's existence.
It started as a directive from Los Angeles County Sheriff Peter Pitchess. In 1968 the Santa Clarita Valley was more small town than sophisticated suburb, with few recreational opportunities for the growing population of latch-key children.
Football Recovery Sessions
Behind the slated white boards of the large riding arena guests to the 12th annual Heart of the West Dinner, Auction and Casino Night, watched as what supporters call "miracles on horseback" were performed by five of the clients assisted by Carousel Therapeutic Riding Ranch.
Saturday night, Aug. 23, the 12th annual Heart of the West fundraiser was held to benefit Carousel Ranch.
Assistance League Back to School
A rare opportunity awaits the fearless and the stout of heart of the Santa Clarita Valley Saturday when the SCV Historical Society and the American Paranormal Research Association host a ghost hunting party at Heritage Junction Park in New-hall.
The area's eighth annual Make A Difference Day will be held this year on Saturday, Oct. 25.
When William S. Hart died in 1946, he left his beloved home, La Loma de los Vientos (The Hill of the Winds) to the residents of Los Angeles County.
Dates to Watch
In the small, nondescript brown building tucked well off a Glendale street is a treasure trove of Los Angeles history. Perhaps the greatest collection of photographic news images in private hands lies within the walls of the Watson Family Photographic Archive. The history of 20th century Los Angeles in still images resides in file cabinets and three-ring binders.
Cal South Soccer Training
THE THEATER - May gave us some great flicks in the form of "X-Men: Days of Future Past," and "Maleficent," but June seems to be offering even more.
Santa Clarita resident Kayla Tinucci has had thousands of shoes in her lifetime: pink ones, black ones, green ones, trendy ones. The list goes on.
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