Six Flags Magic Mountain will host a toy drive this weekend and next, offering free admission to any guest who brings a toy worth $20 or more. During the last 27 years, Magic Mountain has collected more than 500,000 toys for needy children.
Several decisions by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors affecting the Hart District, Acton water ratepayers and law enforcement at Six Flags Magic Mountain were on the agenda for Tuesday's board meeting.
There are plenty of Halloween and Fall Festival events planned in the Santa Clarita Valley for residents of all ages, including haunts geared toward adults and kids' carnivals. Many of these events are free.