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Santa Clarita Top Things To Do – February 27, 2013

SCV Youth Project – Sweet Charity Cake Auction---
Habitat Hearts for Heroes – The Builders Ball 2013---
Silver Spur Award – Barry and Pati Gump---
SCPAC “Improvised Shakespeare Company”---
Santa Clarita Track Club – Mardi Gras Madness---
Fat Burning Secrets Lifestyle Class---
Valley Performing Arts Center “Pipes & Drums of the Black Watch 3rd Battalion”---
And More…

SCV Youth Project – Sweet Charity Cake Auction
When:  Saturday, March 2 from 6:30pm to 10pm
Where:  Tournament Players Club, 26550 Heritage View Drive, Stevenson Ranch
Details:  The SCV Youth Project is holding their 5th Annual Sweet Charity Cake Auction.  This event features uniquely inspired and decorated cakes that reflect a business or organizations theme which is paired with individualized products, gifts and/or services.  Auction guests bid on the cakes.  Cakes will be awarded prizes based on their originality, creativity, and the cake that raises the most money.  A new category has been added for 2013 – Novice, for those who have never designed a cake before.  Jillian Barberie, “Good Day LA” news anchor, will be a guest judge.  Click here to see photographs from the 2012 Sweet Charity Cake Auction.  Tickets are $45 and be purchased online

Habitat Hearts for Heroes – The Builders Ball 2013
When:  Friday, March 1 from 6am to 10pm
Where:  Sheraton Universal Hotel, 333 Universal Drive, Universal City
Details:  Habitat for Humanity San Fernando/Santa Clarita  will be presenting their Hammer of Hope Award to KHTS AM-1220 owners Carl and Jeri Goldman, and the Southern California Gas Company at their Builders Ball.  Each year the Builders Ball recognizes the contributions and accomplishment of corporations and civic leaders.  This year’s event focuses on work with veterans through the Habitat for Heroes.  More information and tickets are available online


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Silver Spur Award – Barry and Pati Gump
When:  Saturday, March 2 beginning at 6pm
Where:  Globe Theater, located inside Universal Studios Hollywood
Details:  Barry and Pati Gump are recipients of this year’s College of the Canyons Foundation Silver Spur Community Service Award.  They are being recognized for their passionate support of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and other Santa Clarita projects and charities.  The evening is ‘black tie optional’ and includes live entertainment, a studio tour; a cocktail party on the park’s British themed Baker Street and catered by Wolfgang Puck Catering.  For more information call the College of the Canyons Foundation at 661-362-3737

Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center “Improvised Shakespeare Company”
When:  Friday, March 1 at 8pm
Where:  Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center, 26455 Rockwell Canyon, Valencia
Details:  “No scripts, no rehearsals, no memorized lines, just a pure fly-by-the-seat-of-their-pants performance by The Improvised Shakespeare Company leaves audiences doubled over in laughter…” at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center.  Tickets are $15/$10 and be purchased online.  

Santa Clarita Track Club – Mardi Gras Madness
When:  Saturday, March 2 starting at 8am
Where:  Bridgeport Marketplace, on Newhall Ranch Road, between McBean Prkwy and Grandview
Details:  Bring your entire family to celebrate Mardi Gras Madness with the Santa Clarita Track Club.  Participate in 5K and 1K events.  The day benefits SOAR of Santa Clarita.  More information can be found online

Fat Burning Secrets Lifestyle Class
When:  Thursday, February 28 at 7pm
Where:  Dr. Thomas Polucki, 25050 Peachland Avenue, Suite 105, Newhall
Details:  Dr. Thomas Polucki is holding a free Fat Burning Secrets Lifestyle Class.  The class focuses on what foods burn or store fat, how to change body chemistry, and why diets fail.  Participants are asked to arrive no later than 6:55pm since the class starts promptly at 7pm.  Classes are limited to eight people per class.  Dr. Polucki has been helping people find simple, affordable, natural and effective solutions to health issues for over 21 years.  For reservations call 661-753-9340. 

Valley Performing Arts Center “Pipes & Drums of the Black Watch 3rd Battalion”
When: Friday, March 1 at 8pm 
Where:  Valley Performing Arts Center at CSUN, 18111 Nordhoff Street, Northridge
Details:  The Valley Performing Arts Center  has “the legendary Pipes, Drums and Highland Dancers of Scotland’s Black Watch join forces with the Band of the Scots Guards for an evening celebrating the music of Scotland, England, Ireland and Wales.  Call 818-677-3000 for tickets or purchase online

And More…

HMNMH Cardiovascular Open House
When:  Thursday, February 28 from 10am to 1pm
Where:  Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital, 23845 Mc Bean Parkway, Valencia
Details:  Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital  has got heart. Learn more at their Cardiovascular Open House.  Meet their team for a Lunch and Learn session.  Heart-healthy refreshments will be served. Keynote speaker is Jack Patterson, MD.  Health screenings will include:  glucose/blood pressure/cholesterol, body composition analysis, and carotid artery check.  There will be presentations on understanding heart and brain attacks, and eating healthy and getting heart healthy. Learn more online  or by calling 661-200-1306.

St. Clare Lenten Fish Fry
When:  Fridays from 4:30-8pm: March 1, 8, 15 and 22
Where:  St. Clare of Assisi, 19606 Calla Way, Canyon Country
Details:  St. Clare of Assisi Catholic Church is holding Fish Fries this Lenten season.  The dinners include beer battered Alaska cod, French fries or rice pilaf, homemade coleslaw, fresh rolls and coffee, tea or milk.  Dessert and other beverages are available for purchase.  Dinners are available for eat-in or take-out.  Prices are $8.50 for a 2-piece dinner and $9.50 for a 3-piece dinner.  All proceeds benefit the community programs for the needy. 

Santa Clarita Shakespeare Festival Fundraiser
When:  Friday, March 1 at 6pm
Where:  Festival’s temporary home in Valencia
Details:  The Santa Clarita Shakespeare Festival will be touring local high schools this spring with a presentation of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”.  There will be a special Sneak Preview night that will feature wine, hors d’oeuvres and a special performance of “Romero and Juliet” with all proceeds going to support the tour and educational outreach efforts.  Tickets are $35 per person.  For tickets call Mary Ferguson at 661-799-3378 or at outreach@scshakespearefest.org.  In an effort to support the tour, Santa Clarita Shakespeare Festival has launched the “Keep Romeo and Juliet ALIVE” campaign.  Sponsorships are available at all levels, from Festival Title Sponsor at $4,000, individual school sponsorships of $650, or other amounts determined by the donor’s generosity. Follow at facebook.com/SCShakespeareFest or follow the tour at facebook.com/ShakespeareTour.

West Ranch High – “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”
When:  March 1 and 2 at 7pm
Where:  West Ranch High School, 26255 Valencia Boulevard, Stevenson Ranch
Details:  West Ranch High Theatre Arts is presenting its winter play, the award-winning musical, “You’re a Good man, Charlie Brown”.  For more information call West Ranch High at 661-222-1220.


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