There’s much to do and much to see in the SCV this month, so get ready for a busy May! Over the last decade we have seen a remarkable growth in population. Just as the city continues to grow, the need for updated services, state of the art equipment, and hospital...read more
Santa Clarita’s chapter of Junior Chamber International (JCI) and The Magazine of Santa Clarita are pleased to host the annual SCV 40 Under Forty Awards. The award ceremony celebration will take place at the Hyatt Regency Valencia on November 17. This year marks the...read more
West Ranch High School’s Wildcat Colorguard team finished 14th in the Scholastic A Division of the Winter Guard International’s World Championships in Dayton, Ohio. The 27 students making up the group scored the highest score in school history during the semi-finals,...read more
Submit Names Now for Youth Grove Evening of Remembrance Annual Event to Honor Youth Victims of Traffic-Related Incidents this Fall
The City of Santa Clarita is now accepting names of youth ages 24 and younger who lost their lives in traffic-related incidents for inclusion in the annual Youth Grove Evening of Remembrance. The event will be hosted at 7:15 p.m. on Wednesday, September 6, 2017, at...read more
This month at the Canyon Theatre Guild, Guys and Dolls sends you back in time to the Broadway of the 1940’s, a world populated by eccentrics, nightclub performers, non-conformists, gamesters and Salvation Army do-gooders. It’s a world where a fly-by-night gambler...read more
“The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.” — William A. Ward As a parent, I connect deeply with this statement. It is something I strive to achieve daily in my journey as a mother. And as a...read more
One thing that makes our community so special is that our City councilmembers have made it a priority to retain the Western charm and heritage our City is known for, while blending in the modern amenities which contribute to the high quality of life our residents...read more
Winners Announced for “cArt aRt” Competition Entries Judged and Selected at City’s 2017 Earth Arbor Day Festival
The City of Santa Clarita announced today the winners of the 2017 “cArt aRt” competition, held in conjunction with the City’s annual Earth Arbor Day Festival, held April 29-30. The creative contest prompts residents to transform ordinary trash or recycling carts into...read more
The ground is officially broken on the multimillion dollar project that will widen Newhall Ranch Road Bridge to add an additional traffic lane in each direction. There will also be several safety additions including a raised median, protected sidewalk and bike trail...read more
Celebrating a Remarkable Humanitarian: Nancy Coulter News from the American Cancer Society, SCV Unit
Receiving the American Cancer Society’s 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award makes a grand statement about who you are as a volunteer and human being. It says that you have selflessly devoted your time and energies to helping the ACS in its mission to save lives and cure...read more
Valencia High School’s Vocal Jazz Program, which features the group Two N’ Four, has been named the No. 1 Vocal Jazz Program in the nation by Downbeat Magazine. “I am so proud of these students who not only are exceptionally talented, but driven and hard working,”...read more
Fall down the rabbit hole with the Santa Clarita Ballet Academy and Company as it stages its third tremendously popular production of Alice in Wonderland on Saturday, June 10 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center at College of the...read more
In the latest edition of the Santa Clarita Business Minute, hear the story of Airbolt Industries’ relocation to Santa Clarita with the help of the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation and the employee training programs offered by College of the...read more
Each month we run a photo contest, and each contest has a specific theme. In June we celebrate Dads—you know those guys who fix stuff, find stuff, make us laugh and hold our hearts. I may be a mommy, but I am also a daughter and I know one thing, I could not live my...read more
Country Music Festival The Producers of the Legendary California Beer Festival are proud to bring this event to beautiful Central Park in Santa Clarita on Saturday, June 17!
Boots & Brews is all about celebrating friends, beer and great Country music! Dust off your dancing boots and get ready for an amazing Country lineup including Easton Corbin, Maddie & Tae and Midland. We have planned a day of good ‘ole country music, so grab...read more
June is the month for Motown-mania in Santa Clarita! The most-awaited musical event Motown in Town2, a Dinner Show & Dancing event is coming to the Hyatt Valencia Grand Ballroom on Sunday, June 25, from 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. benefitting the SCV Senior Center!...read more
May is National Bicycle Safety Month Los Angeles County Sheriff Department (LASD) and the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) announced that may was the month for bicycle safety and awareness. The national Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported that...read more
LUNAFEST® Short Films By, For, About Women™ presented by Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley at the Canyon Theater Guild May 11, was a huge success! This event marked Zonta’s sixth year of screening LUNAFEST selected short films. An inquiry “What film impressed you...read more
REMAX of Valencia and Santa Clarita Augusta Financial are proud sponsors of the 4th Annual Golf Classic! A day of great food, great people, a beautiful golf course and of course a very worthwhile charity. Golfers will compete in an 18 hole four-player scramble as...read more
Change is good. You go first. Like most groups, Assistance League Santa Clarita has been facing this dilemma for 28 years since its founding in 1989. How do you get people to agree to make changes? The answer was to bring 80 of the organization’s member volunteers...read more
The Intermissions, a free art exhibit featuring the works of Lucas Novak, is coming to the Town Center Art Space at Westfield Valencia Town Center, located at 24201 W. Valencia Blvd. The pieces will be on display from May 16 to September 15, and a free public...read more
Spotlighting Our Youth – Mackenzie Krestul High School Student Donates 4,000 New Books to Children in Need
High school student Mackenzie Krestul’s charity, Code Read, held its second book fair May 3, at Tamarisk Elementary in Palmdale. Students, who have had the opportunity to earn “Book Bucks,” were able to trade them in for new books and book bags provided by Code Read....read more
Late last month, numerous local and regional dignitaries, as well as key members of Santa Clarita Valley Committee on Aging’s (SCVCOA) board of directors, over a dozen SCV seniors, campaign donors and public supporters gathered at the future location of the new Santa...read more
The Magazine of Santa Clarita is pleased to sponsor the 2017 Valencia Jazz and Blues Concert Series, so get ready for the sounds of live Jazz and Blues bands to once again fill Town Center Drive in Valencia. Established 18 years ago, the series will once again...read more
The Magazine of Santa Clarita is a proud sponsor of Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital and on our cover we are pleased to feature hospital staff and supporters: Left to right, seated: Dustin Ashenfelter, RN, Director, Emergency Services; Marlee Lauffer, President, Henry...read more
Don’t miss Child & Family Center’s 29th annual Taste of the Town coming Sunday, May 7. Held at the beautiful gardens of Mann Biomedical Park, guests enjoy delectable samples from 50 restaurants, caterers, and beer & wine purveyors for one all-inclusive price. ...read more
Come out and “Give Cancer The Boot” at this year’s SCV Relay For Life. The American Cancer Society’s 2017 SCV Relay For Life is taking place May 20 and 21 starting at 9 a.m. at Central Park. It will be 24 hours dedicated to “Finishing the Fight Against Cancer.”...read more
As America’s most successful cycling race, the 2017 Amgen Tour of California, presented by AEG, is one of the nation’s largest and most recognized annual sporting events, bringing the drama and excitement of professional cycling to California. This prestigious...read more
Santa Clarita Cowboys youth ages six through 14-years tackle football registration is now open. Cowboy Football is structured to accommodate both inexperienced and experienced athletes. Register for Santa Clarita Cowboys now and get to practicing with your team! The...read more
The College of the Canyons athletics department annually hosts a variety of youth sports camps for children ages six to 14 of all skill levels, with camps traditionally running during dates in June and July. Scheduled for summer 2017 are six camp sessions in the...read more
Fine wine lovers; mark your calendars for Saturday, June 10, for the annual Pine Mountain Club “Wine in the Pines” in the Pine Mountain Village Center, an easy and scenic 55-minute drive north of Magic Mountain. From 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. (noon to 4 p.m. with a VIP...read more
One of the best kept secrets in California remains the quaint “Aspen like” village of Pine Mountain Club (PMC). Located in the Los Padres National Forest at a little over one mile above sea level and nestled between Mt. Pinos and San Emegdio Mountain, Pine Mountain...read more
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