Looking for fun things to do in Santa Clarita? Check out these Santa Clarita events: GraceFest SCV 2014, Water Safety Expo, SCVi Charter Express Con, Canyon Theatre Guild Singing In The Rain, Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center Hal Holbrook As Mark Twain, and much more!
GraceFest SCV 2014
Water Safety Expo “Children Drown Without A Sound”
SCVi Charter School “Express Con”
Canyon Theatre Guild “Singing In The Rain”
Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center “Hal Holbrook As Mark Twain”
And More...And Upcoming…
GraceFest SCV 2014
When: Saturday, May 31 from 1-9pm, gates open at noon
Where: Central Park, 27150 Bouquet Canyon Road, Saugus
Details: The First Annual GraceFest SCV is Santa Clarita Valley’s premier music and message festival. GraceFest SCV will feature Building 429 with songs from their new album “Listen to the Sound.” Other bands in the line up: Worship Jam, Matterband, Truth Jones, Imagine Tomorrow, and Andy Gregory. The festival will also include: children’s play area, prayer tent, and food & vendor booths. Read more in an article on the KHTS website: GraceFest SCV Bringing Santa Clarita Believers Together For Music, Worship . Carry-in food and coolers are permitted but not alcoholic drinks. Blankets, beach chairs and beach umbrellas are welcome, though the umbrellas must be down by 5pm. Pets and smoking will not be permitted. Tickets are available through KHTS. Adult tickets through KHTS are valued at $20 and sold for $15. Children's tickets are for ages 11-19 years and are $10 each. Come to the KHTS studios at 27225 Camp Plenty, Suite 8, at the intersection of Camp Plenty and Soledad Canyon Road. Kid’s Charities in the SCV will benefit from GraceFest SCV with financial support and scholarships for local youth programs and schools. More information is available online .
Water Safety Expo “Children Drown Without A Sound”
When: Saturday, May 31 from 10am-2pm
Where: Fire Station 126, 26320 Citrus Street, Valencia - between Valencia Boulevard and Magic Mountain Parkway
Details: The simplest reason to attend the Water Safety Expo is: “Children Drown Without a Sound.” Drowning is still the leading cause of death in children under four years of age. This free event includes informative workshops and fun activities for the entire family. There will be demonstrations, games, food trucks, giveaways, and interactive activities. There will be paramedic pool rescue demonstrations, presentations from ER physicians, and an opportunity to sign up for swim lessons and CPR. This safety event is sponsored by L.A. County Fire Department, City of Santa Clarita , and Academy Swim Club , and others.
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SCVi Charter School  “Express Con”
When: Saturday, May 31 from 10am-2pm
Where: SCVi Charter School, 28060 Halsley Canyon Road, Castaic 
Details: SCVi Charter School has an event your whole family can enjoy. “Express Con” is SCViCharterSchool’s expression and innovation convention. Express Con, is a day of live music, drama, dance performances, Taekwondo demonstrations, T-shirt painting, and street art. Don’t miss the interactive arts activities including recycled art construction, and Lego robotics. There will be a young entrepreneur marketplace. Express Con admission is free but there is a $5 fee for participating in the Imaginarium where students/learners can personalize their Express Con T-shirt, play life sized chess, build an automaton, create chalk art and much more. Tickets for $2, allow participation in the teacher/facilitators dunk tank, a try at maneuvering in the dark spider room, or paint the walls in the splatter room. More information and tickets are available online .
Canyon Theatre Guild  "Singing In The Rain"
When: 8pm Fridays: May 30, June 6, 13, 20, 27; 8pm on Saturdays: May 31, June 7, 14, 21, and 28; 2pm Saturdays: June 14 and 22; 2pm Sundays: May 25, June 1, 8, 15 and 22
Where: Canyon Theatre Guild, 24242 Main Street, Old Town Newhall
Details: Canyon Theatre Guild has the classic musical “Singing In The Rain.” “Based on the classic Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film, Singing In The Rain has been faithfully adapted from the movie. Each unforgettable scene, song and dance, is accounted for, including the show stopping title number, complete with an onstage rainstorm!” “You remember the plot. You love the characters. You know ‘the song’.” Tickets are $15-17 for juniors/seniors and $17-$19 for adults. For tickets call 661-799-2702. More information is available online .
Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center  “Hal Holbrook As Mark Twain”
When: Saturday, May 31 at 8pm
Where: Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center, 26455 Rockwell Canyon Road – on the COC Valencia Campus
Details: “Hal Holbrook As Mark Twain” is at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center. This show is the longest running show in theatre history with close to 2,500 performances. “Holbrook adds to his Twain material every year, editing and changing it to fit the times.” Tickets are $75/$65/$60. More information and tickets are available by calling 6616-362-5304 or online .
SCV Youth Project  “ Golf Classic”
When: Thursday, May 29 registration begins at 7am
Where: Tournament Players Club (TCP), 26550 Heritage View Lane, Stevenson Ranch
Details: The SCV Youth Project is holding their “Golf Classic.” Shot gun start is at 9am. Fees includes 18 Hole Four Player Scramble, golf cart and range balls, continental breakfast, on-course lunch, post round buffet, and an awards reception. Individual players $200 and Foursome is $700. Proceeds benefit the SCV Youth Project. More information on the event, SCV Youth Project, and tickets are available by calling 661-257-9688 or online .
College Of The Canyons  “Comedians Of The Canyons”
When: Friday, May 30 at 8pm
Where: College of the Canyons, Valencia Campus, Pico Canyon Hall, Room 202
Details: College of the Canyons is hosting “Comedians of the Canyons.” The show is performed by students that are enrolled in the college’s Advanced Improvisational Performance Theatre Class. Read more in an article on the KHTS website: Comedians Of The Canyons Hosting Semester’s Final Evening Of Improv . The show is free and open to the public. Seating is limited.
Domestic Violence Center  “Boys Night Out”
When: Friday, May 30 at 6pm
Where: Kellar home, 26166 Ravenhill Road – Sand Canyon/Placerita area
Details: Councilman Bob Kellar is hosting the DomesticViolenceCenter event, “Boys Night Out.” The evening encourages men to take a stand against domestic violence. The event is limited to 100 people and includes a barbeque dinner, drinks, and cigars. Read more in an article on the KHTS website: Bob Kellar Hosts “Boys Night Out” To Support Domestic Violence Center. Proceeds Benefit The Domestic Violence Center Of Santa Clarita Valley . More information and tickets are available online .
And Upcoming Events…
Santa Clarita Ballet  “Snow White”
When: Saturday, June 7 at 2pm and 7:30pm
Where: Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center  on the COC Valencia Campus, 26455 Rockwell Canyon Road, Valencia
Details: The Santa Clarita Ballet has the production “Snow White.” The Santa Clarita Ballet is known for producing both classic and original ballets with elegant sets, colorful costumes, and beautiful choreography. Under the leadership of Corinne Glover, Executive Director, and Pamela Sosa, Choreographer, the Santa Clarita Ballet will again captivate audiences with “Snow White”. Tickets are now on sale through Santa Clarita Ballet by coming into the studio on Oak Avenue during Box Office Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 3-6pm; Wednesday from 4-6pm; and Saturday from 9:30am-1:30pm. You may also call 661-251-0366 and leave a message and your call will be returned. Learn more about Santa Clarita Ballet and tickets online .
Country Showdown – 33rd Annual
Where: KHTS AM-1220, 27225 Camp Plenty Road, Suite 8, Canyon Country – Camp Plenty at Soledad Canyon
Details: Enter the 33rd Annual Country Showdown with KHTS AM-1220. Local radio stations throughout the United States give upcoming artists a way to win the Country Showdown. GarthBrooks, Martina McBride, LeAnn Rimes, Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert and Brad Paisley are a few of the many talented performers that have competed in Country Showdown. There is a Grand Prize of $100,000 and cash prizes at various levels. Country Showdown is the biggest competition in country music. Enter by coming into the KHTS studios for an application form or online . Country Showdown is a series of competitions on several levels: Local, State, Regional, and National. In 2012, Poor Man’s Poison won the National competition and the band was a KHTS contestant. In 2013, Suzanne Harper was a National competitor and was a KHTS contestant. Read more on the KHTS website: Poor Man’s Poison Wins Texaco Country Showdown In Nashville  and Texaco Country Showdown Winner Crystal Yates Named At Thursday’s Final . The KHTS local competition involves a semi-final that pares down the field to three competitors. The final local competition happens at the City of Santa Clarita’s Concerts In The Park. More information is available by calling KHTS at 661-298-1220 or online .
Dr. Thomas Polucki  “Foam Rolling Class”
When: Wednesdays at 7pm
Where: 25050 Peachland, Suite 5, Newhall
Details: Dr. Thomas Polucki is holding a free “Foam Rolling Class” every Wednesday. Learn the secret that top athletes use to erase muscle and joint pain without drugs. The free class is limited to six. Please call to reserve a spot 661-753-9340. Learn more about Dr. Thomas Polucki and his radio show “Dr. Polucki Family Health Hour” on KHTS AM-1220 online .
Canyon Theatre Guild  “Summer Youth Workshops”
When: see below
Where: Canyon Theatre Guild, 21242 Main Street, Old Town Newhall
Details: Canyon Theatre Guild offers Summer Youth Workshops. These workshops are perfect in a variety of ways to suit almost all kids. Previous acting experience is not necessary. The workshops are about learning and group cooperation while having fun, and making and meeting new friends. Kids will learn from professionals and put on a show on a real stage. More information on each workshop, play information, and pricing are available by calling 661-799-2702 or onlin e.
CTG Kids is for ages 6-10.
The CTG Kids will work on “Super Heroes & Social Smarts, or How to Interact with Human Beings.”
Session 1 - June 23 - July 3
Session 2 - July 7 - July 18
Session 3 - July 21 - August 2.
All CTG Kids sessions meet Monday through Friday from 9am-noon.
CTG Juniors is for ages 10-13.
The CTG Juniors will work on “The Magical Land of Oz.”
Session 1 – June 23 - July 11
Session 2 – July 14 – August 2
Both sessions meet Monday through Friday from 12:30pm-4:30pm.
These workshops are limited to 25 students.
CTG Stars is for ages 13-17.
The CTG Stars will work on “Disney’s Aladdin, Jr.”
Workshop runs: June 9 – July 11
Public performances (2-4) on: July 11 and July 13
The workshop is limited to 30 students.
Saugus High Class of 2004 Reunion
When: Saturday, August 23 from 7-11pm
Where: Robinson Ranch Golf Clubhouse, 27734 Sand Canyon Road, Santa Clarita
Details: The Saugus High School Class of 2004 will be celebrating their 10th High School Reunion. The evening includes visiting with classmates, Italian buffet dinner, drinks and dancing. More details and tickets are available online . More information is also available by contacting Kathleen Huff or Becky Medina email@example.com  or call 213-220-0077.
Also brought to you by our friends at Facey Medical Center .
Looking for more events or want to register your event – check out the KHTS Community Calendar