Santa Clarita residents of all ages are invited to enjoy a variety of free events at several Santa Clarita Public Library branches in May.
“Anything that’s fun that draws families in so they can see the other resources we offer (is important),” said Shannon Lane, children’s librarian at the Canyon Country Jo Anne Darcy Library. “It’s a good way to build relationships with the community that might not come in otherwise, as well as provide cultural events for patrons that do already come in.”
Santa Clarita residents of all faiths and perspectives can come together for a prayer circle May 1 on the National Day of Prayer.
Members of the Santa Clarita Valley Interfaith Council, which has representatives from a variety of religions, are holding their annual National Day of Prayer Interfaith Prayer Circle, council officials announced Wednesday.
Soroptimist International of the Americas Camino Real Region will install Santa Clarita Valley resident Dora Zavala as its new governor on Saturday during ceremonies at its 2014 Spring Conference to be held in Valencia.
Local nonprofits have nominated 29 men and women for the honor of 2014 Man and Woman of the Year. The winners will be announced at the Recognition Dinner on May 2 at the Valencia Hyatt. Tickets are available online.
Come dressed in togas for the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley's "When in Rome" Benefit Auction in June. The event will be Jim Ventress' last with the club, and Development Director Rhonda Chobanian said it promises to be a special night.
The city of Santa Clarita will be accepting hazardous and electronic waste for disposal, during a free E-Waste Roundup on Saturday at College of the Canyons. The county Sanitation Districts and Department of Public Works are partnering with the city.
Circle of Hope, a Santa Clarita Valley nonprofit supporting breast cancer survivors and their families, is hosting its 10th annual Run/Walk For Their Lives on April 5 at Castaic Lake’s Lower Lagoon. Circle of Hope’s purpose is to provide financial, emotional and educational support for breast cancer patients and their families. And while popular Santa Clarita Valley events like Vine 2 Wine and the run/walk are a big part of their success, the real story is the people behind these events, said Ray Tippet, executive director for Circle of Hope.