The Santa Clarita Valley Education Foundation officials hosted the Last Sip of Summer event at Robinson Ranch on Sunday. Santa Clarita residents met at 3:00 p.m. to participate in the wine tasting contest and for those who are not wine fans, Wolf Creek provided beer to taste.
The Repertory East Playhouse presents the hilarious comedy 9 to 5 The Musical. The musical opened on July 12 and will run until August 17. Set in the late 1970s, the comedy features musical numbers, hilarious jokes, and three women who want to get rid of their sexist boss.
SunPower by Green Convergence opened their brand new Solar Design Center in Valencia on Saturday. We are very excited about this Grand Opening. This is our first showroom and we hope to build more of these in retail locations,” said DJ Schramm, president of Sunpower. More than 100 people from all over the Santa Clarita Valley attended the event.
Concerts in the Park was groovin' with the band Boogie Nights and Saturday. Thousands came out to dance and hang out with friends. The KHTS AM 1220 booth had more customers than ever with more facepaainting requests than ever.
Thousands came out Saturday for the weekly Concerts in the Park event. This week, the band Incendio performed. People of all ages came ot the KHTS AM 1220 booth for facepainting and free coupons to local restaurants.
The first Santa Clarita Hot Import Car Show on Saturday, sponsored by Valencia Kia at College of the Canyons, was a success. “More than 100 cars were brought to the event by people from all over the Santa Clarita Valley and beyond,” said Amanda Fox manager of Valencia Kia. Every type of car was there, from the Ford Mustang to the Ariel Atom.
Santa Clarita's Platinum Groove played at Concerts in the Park this weekend where thousands of locals gathered to hear the wide variety of music the band had to offer. They played the most popular music from every decade from fifties rock and oldies to today's most popular songs and everything in between. Everyone was able to sing along and dance to each song allowing every member in the family to feel included for a very fun night. Some oldies included songs like My Girl by the Temptations and Shake Your Groove Thing by Peaches & Herb, while more current songs included Forget You by Cee Lo Green and Firework by Katy Perry. Platinum Groove was an overall hit on this Saturday summer night as the grassy dance floor in front of the stage was packed all night long. The KHTS Face painting booth was also a hit for the fourth weekend in a row at Concerts in the Park.
Concerts in the Park is a tradition for many SCV families. Thousands turned out to see the band Bostyx preform this weekend. The band takes music from Boston and the Styx to create a unique, but classic sound. The KHTS AM 1220 booth offered facepainting to anyone for free. Everybody was dancing and having a good time with the show was one to remember.
The Texaco Country Showdown took place on Saturday at Concerts in the Park, where three finalists performed including Suzanne Harper, Marie Wise-Hawkins, and Bourbon County. Last year's Texaco Country Showdown winner, Poor Man's Poison, headlined at the concert continuing to play country music all night long as people lounged in their chairs danced barefoot on the grass of Central Park. At the end of the night this year's Texaco Country Showdown winner was announced, and Suzanne Harper took the title with her California-country style.