The Domestic Violence Center of Santa Clarita Valley is planning a dance party leading up to the center’s participation in the August charity event, “Dancing With Our Stars,” center officials announced Wednesday.
GraceFest is coming to the Santa Clarita Valley for the first time in its eight-year history, giving Santa Clarita believers from a variety of churches the opportunity to come together for a day of music and worship at Central Park while benefiting local charities.
Hart High School students displayed their work at the school’s annual art show this week, culminating up to a year of work in art classes.
The gallery, which was organized by Hart High art teacher Mary Ann Fragodt, featured a variety of student artwork selected by teachers from both the beginning and advanced two-dimensional art classes at the school.
City of Santa Clarita officials are hosting another free Art SLAM event on June 5, with plans to incorporate a unique culinary art theme centered entirely around garlic.
Art SLAM, which is part of the city’s free Thursdays at Newhall event series, will feature free food tastings, cooking demonstrations and an open-air gallery that will showcase an array of artists, photographers, models, designers and musicians-- all with the common theme of garlic, city officials announced Wednesday.
Santa Clarita Valley’s nonprofit organizations are invited to the 10th annual Meet the Grant Makers event June 5, hosted by College of the Canyons Office of Grants Development officials.
The event will feature a panel presentation and seminar offering nonprofits the opportunity to learn how to enhance their fundraising efforts and see their organizations thrive, according to a COC news release.
Officials from the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita and the Painted Turtle children’s camp are partnering with the Outlets at Tejon, a retail destination set to open in August, for a fundraising event, officials announced Monday.