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Saturday

Mostly Sunny
Mostly Sunny
High: 92 °F
Low: 67 °F

Sunday

Hot
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High: 100 °F
Low: 72 °F

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Hot
Hot
High: 97 °F
Low: 70 °F

Top Things To Do This Weekend, August 26, 2010

This weekend in Santa Clarita brought to you by our Friends at Facey Medical Center

California Kids Consignment
CTG - “Odd Couple”
Six Flags – “Mormon Day”
Carousel Ranch – “Heart of the West”
Northpark Church – “Signing Time”
and more…

California Kids Consignment
Saving money – always a good thing.  California Kids Consignment has new and gently used children’s clothing, toys, furniture and more.  If you are shopping for bargains or want to sell your children’s outgrown items, California Kids Consignment does it all.  They’re the perfect place to find those extra toys and clothing for grandma’s house or maternity items and infant gear like strollers and high chairs.  California Kids Consignment Friday through Sunday from 9am to 5pm.  Held at Avenue Stanford Warehouse at 25583 Avenue Stanford in Valencia just east of Rye Canyon.
Visit:  CalKidsConsignment.com

Canyon Theatre Guild – “Odd Couple”
Neil Simon hilarious comedy “Odd Couple” closes this weekend.  You still have time to get your special ticket offer for Friday’s performance.  The “Odd Couple” at the Canyon Theatre Guild in Old Town Newhall.  Click here for special Friday ticket offer.

Six Flags Magic Mountain – “Mormon Family Day”
Six Flags Magic Mountain is hosting “Mormon Family Day” this Saturday.  There will be concert performances by Jericho Road and Alex Boye and all the Six Flags Magic Mountain fun you can pack in from 10:30am to 6:00pm.  Tickets are $22.  For an addition $10 you can get tickets that include a catered meal from 11:30am to 1:30pm in the picnic area. 
Visit:  SixFlags.com

 


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Carousel Ranch –“Heart of the West”
Head out to the 14th Annual Carousel Ranch “Heart of the West”.  You’ll enjoy dinner, live and silent auctions, a casino and dancing under the stars.  Hearten your soul watching the Children’s Demonstrations where five amazing children will perform horseback moves they learned at Carousel Ranch.    Heart of the West will be held Saturday, August 28 beginning at 6:00pm at Agua Dulce Airport.  Proceeds enable Carousel Ranch to provide horseback therapy to over  100 children with disabilities. 
Visit:  CarouselRanch.org

Northpark Church – “Signing Time”
Emmy nominated “Signing Time” star Rachel Coleman is coming to Northpark Church.  Don’t miss the opportunity to experience her fun performance live.  There will be a meet and greet after the performance.  Signing Time is widely used by educators, pediatricians, home-schoolers, speech therapists, public schools, daycare centers, libraries and families as the most fun and easy way to introduce children to sign language.  Signing Time has been instrumental in empowering communication with young children, children with special needs such as Down syndrome or Autism, stroke patients and older children adopted from other countries.
Visit:  Northpark.com

Concerts In The Park – “Don’t Stop Believing”
Get ready for an incredible night of music featuring the songs and sounds of “Journey”.  Concerts in the Park is bringing back the popular “Don’t Stop Believing” for their closing concert.  Spend one last rockin’ evening of the Concerts in the Park season at Central Park on Bouquet.
Visit:  Santa-Clarita.com

Golden Valley High School Band
Extend your weekend by supporting Golden Valley High School Band Night.  Forget cooking and come to Chili’s Monday from 11am to 11pm.  The band will benefit from 15% of the sales that day.  Click here for a coupon to the event.

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Mark Your Calendars:  A Look At Upcoming Events

Betty Ferguson Foundation’s Woman of Honor Dinner
When:  Saturday, September 11
Where:  Hyatt Regency Valencia
About:  Betty Ferguson Foundation’s mission is to “Train, Develop & Empower” woman and youth to be a vital force in society.  The Woman of Honor Dinner will recognize Ms Jacqulyn Petersen in appreciation and recognition of her service as a philanthropist and visionary within the SCV community.
Learn More:  BettyFerguson.org  

 

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