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November, 2017 Community Calendar
Wednesday, November 15 to Monday, January 15

•  Soup for SCV Seniors Food Drive - When mobility, energy and resources are limited, it becomes especially difficult to fix yourself something tasty and nutritious to eat. That's why convenient cans of soup are such a blessing to many SCV seniors; they can make a hot, healthy bowl quickly and easily. The next time you're at the grocery store, could you put a few extra cans of soup in the cart for a senior in need? Or maybe your kids can share holiday greetings while collecting soup from neighbors. Once you're "canned," take your donations to Visiting Angels now through January 15th. (Special thanks to Camelot Moving & Storage for delivering all that soup to its final destination, too!). Call to arrange a donation time.
          Phone #: 263-2273

Thursday, November 23

•  SCV Senior Center Thanksgiving Day Feast - On Thanksgiving Day at the SCV Senior Center, SCV seniors are invited to partake in a free gourmet holiday meal. Some of Santa Clarita's finest restaurants, including Salt Creek Grille, Marston's Restaurant, The Vines at the Hyatt Regency Valencia, Oaks Grille at Tournament Players Club and more will donate delectable menu selections while hundreds of teens from the William S. Hart school district staff the event. This event is entirely free for seniors; the community is asked to help spread the word.
Doors open at 10am.
          Time: 10:00 AM
          Phone #: 661-259-9444
          Website: myscvcoa.org/

Friday, November 24 to Thursday, December 21

•  A Christmas Story - Join Ralphie on his Christmas quest for the greatest present any kid could want -- a Red Ryder BB Gun. A classic that's so much fun, you might "shoot your eye out!"
          Website: www.canyontheatre.org

Monday, November 27

•  Free SCV Estate Planning Event for Veterans - In honor of local military veterans, US Air Force veteran Edward O'Hare of O'Hare Law is providing free Estate Planning services for military veterans. To qualify, you must provide your DD214 or other proof of service, have gross assets totaling $750,000 or less and you must reside in the Santa Clarita Valley. This event is by appointment only. Call for more information or to schedule your appointment.

          Phone #: 284-5000

Wednesday, November 29

•  Electronica & Multimedia Concert - Twelve up-and-coming composers, DJs and producers from College of the Canyons will feature a variety of music, dance and lights that will expand and challenge the audience's expectations, leaving them with a sense of wonder and a new appreciation for this timeless medium.
          Website: www.canyonspac.com

Thursday, November 30

•  General Richard A. Cody - Mckeon Leadership Forum Presents General Richard A. Cody, United States Army (Ret.)

College of the Canyons is proud to partner with Congressman McKeon to present the McKeon Leadership Forum, a speaker series that promotes civic engagement and reminds every citizen that a healthy democracy requires personal involvement. Whether it's exercising the right to vote, making time to volunteer, or even running for office, every resident has an opportunity to provide personal leadership.

The McKeon Leadership Forum endeavors to promote learning, foster dialog and inspire involvement by bringing thought leaders from the world of politics, government, the military, and social action together with the community to examine today's most pressing issues. Conceived as an engaging, thought-provoking exchange, the Forum proposes to not merely entertain, but encourage attendees to shape the future of their community.

This event is free and open to the public.
          Website: www.canyonspac.com

Thursday, November 30 to Saturday, December 2

•  Come ChristmasSing - Celebrate Christmastime around the world! Featuring international holiday favorites, Christmas scenes and light refreshments, this concert will also include McCullough's "Canite Tuba." All music is performed and directed by students and faculty of the School of Music at the event, which is in its 34th year. Held in the MacArthur Center, tickets - $12 to $36, plus fees.
          Phone #: 362-2262
          Website: www.masters.edu/performingarts/music#!

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