Elvis in the LARC House
The Canyon Theatre Guild in Newhall will offer up "intrigue, excitement and adventure" at its annual gala fundraiser to be held Sept. 26 at the CTG.
The final riff of the Lexus Jazz and Blues series echoed down Town Center Drive in Valencia on Sept. 5 signaling the end of the popular summer concerts. The annual event, held adjacent to the Hyatt Valencia, has attracted hundreds of Santa Clarita Valley residents during the hot summer nights to dance, eat, socialize and listen to a different performer each week.
Mobuhay! Years before there was a city of Santa Clarita, Stevenson Ranch or the Westfield Valencia Town Center Mall, the Filipino-American Association of Santa Clarita Valley was a strong, family-oriented group dedicated to making their community a better place for everyone.
The Valencia Country Club Ladies Golf Association is getting ready to hit the links in support of "Rally for the Cure," a breast cancer awareness campaign and the nation's largest grassroots women's golf program. More than 1.4 million people have participated in Rally for the Cure events since its inception in 1996.
Residents of Sunset Heights in Santa Clarita recently held their annual neighborhood block party, but this year they added a special event.
In an attempt to renovate the pool facility that was damaged in last years Buckweed Fire, funds raised at LARC Ranch's annual fundraiser will be applied toward its Disaster Relief Fund.
One of the most rewarding duties of being named SCV Man and Woman of the Year is the chance to bestow cash donations on favorite charities.
Have you ever wondered where the art is in Santa Clarita?
The William S. Hart High School Show Choir program, led by choral director Gail Hart, has a long and successful history of highly attended programs and award winning competition appearances.
The Saugus High School Dance Team will offer a special dance clinic on Saturday for grades K-12.
A Valencia neighborhood received an unexpected concert recently when a slimmed down version of the Santa Clarita Master Chorale treated an invited audience to a selection of chorale music that wafted from the backyard of Sherry and Don Klahs.
It was a perfect day of wine, cheese and chocolates as Vino 100 and host committee launched a month-long fundraising campaign benefiting the Santa Clarita Autism Asperger Network on Aug.10. More than 50 guests came in support of the event hosted by state assemblyman Cameron Smyth and wife, Lena, city councilmember Laurie Ender and her husband, Chris, and Don and Cheri Fleming.