Top Five Things To Do This Weekend, November 28, 2008
This Weekend in Santa Clarita;
--Rock out with the best of local bands while helping out a fellow musician in need at the “Concert for Stephen,” on Sunday, November 30. The concert is a fundraiser for local musician Stephen Sorenson who is currently battling an advanced stage of liver cancer. Featured bands include, “The LadyKillers,” “The Nowhere Band,” and “Acoustic Soul,” along with a set performed by John Dolmayan from “System of a Down.”
For the full story, visit http://www.hometownstation.com/local-news/concert-for-stephen-2008-11-17-12-54.html
And check out the website at http://www.concertforstephen.com/Welcome.html
--It’s the time of the year when holiday classics fill your home--and your local community theatre stage! The Canyon Theatre Presents, “It’s a Wonderful Life,” opening Friday, November 28 with a champagne and wine reception. The show will run through the month of December, and is Frank Capra’s classic heart-warming story of despair, hope, and second chances.
--When the weather is dark and grey, there is no better way to spend the day than at a play! College of the Canyons presents, “I Love a Piano,” a musical journey through the eyes of a young Irving Berlin. Saturday, November 29 is your only opportunity to catch this endearing play that spans decades and covers the best of the musical age in America.
--Be sure to drop by the Valencia Town Center anytime between 1:00 and 4:00 on Saturday for your restaurant row certificates! Pick them up at the KHTS kiosk located in the food court. And remember that with Restaurant Row, everything is half price.
--This Thanksgiving weekend, just remember to enjoy the spirit of the holiday, and give thanks for the blessings in your life.
And be sure to listen to the “Phil Katz Get The Heck Out Of The House And Do Something Already Calendar Of Events” for more great ways on how to spend your weekends here in Santa Clarita.
You can catch Phil Katz on KHTS Thursdays and Fridays at 6:00, 7:00 and 8:00 am, and either 20 or 50 minutes past the hour at 3, 4, 5, and 6 pm.