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Arts and Entertainment

Santa Clarita Arts and Entertainment

Art and Entertainment news form around the Santa Clarita Valley.  Santa Clarita provides great fun and entertainment with events including music in the park, a unique art exhibit, a national cycling tour, outdoor recreation and more.

    2014 KHTS Local Winner Of Country Showdown Announced

    Marie Wise-Hawkins was announced as the 2014 KHTS Santa Clarita Valley winner of Saturday’s 33rd annual Country Showdown at Concerts in the Park.

    The seven-person country group competed against two other winners of the preliminary rounds at the show, which was headlined by last year’s winner, Suzanne Harper.

    Circle Of Hope Offers Dozens Of Wines For Vine 2 Wine Event

    Circle of Hope’s 13th annual Vine 2 Wine Classic officials posted a list of some of the wines offered at the Santa Clarita Valley’s premiere wine event, which will accompany dozens of beers and food offerings, event organizers said. CalArts’ campus is transforming into the place to be from 6:30-10:30 p.m. on Aug. 16, said Ray Tippet, executive director for the Circle of Hope. On the Circle of Hope’s Facebook page, the nonprofit’s volunteers gave a sneak peak at a few of the vineyards offering unlimited tastings as part of the $75 presale or $95 at the gate ticket, including: Opolo Vineyards; J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines; Aqua Dulce Winery;Bridlewood Estate Winery; Clayhouse Wines; Dry Creek Vineyard; Eberle Winery; Francoli USA; Golden Star Vineyards & Winery; Hug Cellars; J&J Cellars; Kiamie Wine Cellars; Champagne Lanson; Lucy Wines; Rob Murray Vineyards; Nuggucciet Cellars; Nadeau Family Vintners; Pulchella Winery and Tasting Room; Quady Winery; Reyes Winery; Riverstar Vineyards; Shannon Ridge Winery; Tolo Cellars; Tackitt Family Vineyards; and William Hill Estate Winery.

    Painter Holding Art Exhibit Fundraiser For Alzheimer’s Foundation In Valencia

    A 93-year-old painter is planning an art exhibit in Valencia to raise funds for a cause that is very personal to him, the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America, event officials announced Saturday.

    Irwin Weiner is set to display his paintings available for sale at the Sunrise Sterling Canyon Retirement Villa August 15 through 17 in honor of his wife of more than 40 years, who was recently diagnosed with early onset Alzeheimer’s, according to a news release.

    Kern County Outlets At Tejon To Open In August

    A Kern County $90 million new outlet retail center is receiving the finishing touches for the opening on Aug. 7.

    Blues Festival Hosted By Santa Clarita Blues Society, LA SummerFest At Rivendale

    Santa Clarita Blues Society and LA SummerFest at Rivendale officials are planning to host a Blues Festival on Aug. 2.

    Congressional Art Competition Exhibit Now On Display In Newhall Library

    City of Santa Clarita officials unveiled the new art exhibit "Congressional Art Competition: An Artistic Discovery," at the Old Town Newhall Library.

    Acton Teen To Compete In World Horse Barrel Racing Championship

    While many families are going to the beach and spending their summer relaxing by the poolside, one Acton teen will be entering a world horse racing championship.

    Santa Clarita Aquatic Center Holding First Dive-In Movie Of Series

    Santa Clarita Aquatic Center officials are holding the first Dive-In Movie of the summer on Friday.

    Friends Of Santa Clarita Public Library To Host Best-Selling Author

    Friends of Santa Clarita Public Library has scheduled events such as the Santa Clarita Public Library Bag Sale to raise funds for the libraries in the community and a book signing with New York Times best-selling author W. Bruce Cameron.

    Santa Clarita Has Record-Breaking Film Year For TV Shows, Feature Films

    Filming in Santa Clarita reached an all-time high for the 2013-2014 fiscal year, city officials announced Wednesday.

    Dramatic increases in film permits and film days generated an estimated $33.5 million in local economic impact -- a 31 percent increase from the previous year -- and marked the best year ever for the Santa Clarita Film Office, city officials said.