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June, 2018 (Past Events) Calendar
Saturday, June 2

•  SCV Summer Games - The SCV Summer Games will feature free events like child ID fingerprinting, Zumba, interactive CPR demonstrations, a ninja warrior course, cornhole, facepainting, story time, a braid bar, Grind Flipp skateboard ramp/quarter pipe and more! Plus, Manuel White, former Valencia High School/UCLA/Washington Redskins standout will be there! Sign up online to play in the three-on-three basketball tournament, track and field competition and regional football event while having a blast as a family. The Santa Clarita Summer Games brings athletes and families together to compete and learn about sports safety, healthy nutrition and proper exercise. It's all brought to the community by The DylanKeith & Laurie Foundation (DK&L Foundation), which is committed to helping our communities be more knowledgeable about window safety and accident prevention. Both Doris Laurie and Kristin Best, founders of the DK&L Foundation, lost a child due to a window fall. Through the foundation, Doris and Kristin want to educate and inform the community of the importance of securing windows in their homes.

          Website: www.scvsummergames.com

•  All that Glitters is Gold - Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley
Celebrates 50 Years with Annual Auction
On Saturday, June 2, support Santa Clarita's youth at the the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley auction! Featuring hundreds of exciting live and silent auction items, gourmet food, raffle, entertainment and dancing at the Hyatt Regency Valencia, this is an event that will have you smiling from ear to ear. Don't miss the "Glitter Raffle" - you could win any live auction item of your choice! Get your tickets - and more details - online.
          Website: www.scvbgc.org/gold-auction

•  It's All About The Music! - Santa Clarita Master Chorale Presents "It's All About the Music!" Bass, treble, and everything in between will be ringing from the stage as the Chorale and its youth choirs celebrate the gift that keeps on giving - music itself. Handel, Elgar, Rutter, Memley - even some Allan Petker - will be on the bill. It'll be a grand night for singing sweet music and filling your heart.
          Website: www.canyonspac.com

Saturday, June 2 to Sunday, June 3

•  Montrose Arts & Crafts Festival - Take the Family to the 35th Annual Montrose Arts & Crafts Festival where each year, more than 300 artists and craftspeople share their wares in the quaint community of Montrose. Families flock to the friendly spot, taking advantage of the International Food Court, Montrose Harvest Market, live entertainment and access to 200 unique stores and restaurants. There's free admission and parking, too. Enjoy a special day in the sun with your crew on Saturday, June 2 from 10am to 6pm and Sunday, June 3, from 10am to 5pm.

          Website: www.shopmontrose.com

Sunday, June 3

•  Youth and Romance - The Santa Clarita Philharmonic Presents "Youth and Romance" Enjoy music from the Romantic period (1830-1900) of classical music. The orchestra will feature Robert Schumann's Symphony No. 1, "Spring," and Max Reger's Concerto for Orchestra in the Old Style. While written after 1900, Reger's Concerto retains the broad, melodic passages as the works of the Romantic period.
          Website: www.canyonspac.com

Saturday, June 9

•  Coppelia - Santa Clarita Ballet presents Coppelia, Originally presented by Paris Opera in 1870, Coppelia is considered to be the great comedy of all ballets. Set to the beautiful and recognizable music, of Leo Delibes, this ballet tells the tale of Dr. Coppelius and his life-size doll Coppelia. Coppelia, mistaken as a real woman, enchants our main character Franz. Swanhilda, his fiance, breaks their engagement as a result of his flirtation with beautiful Copelia, and pandemonium ensues! Held at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center at COC.

          Website: www.SANTACLARITABALLET.NET

Monday, June 11

•  SCV Youth Project Golf Classic - 5th Annual Golf Classic Benefiting The Youth Project
Held at The Oaks Club at Valencia, Golfers will compete in an 18-hole four-player scramble as well as have a chance to win a car at the Frontier Toyota Hole In One challenge - plus lots of other prizes in the live and silent auction! Golfers will receive access to golf cart and range balls, continental breakfast, on-course lunch, refreshments and post-round buffet and awards reception. Have a chance to bid on access to a Lakers suite with limo ride, get a chance to win up to $4,000 in the massive 800 golf-ball drop and more. The Youth Project is a non-profit agency that provides free one-one counseling, support groups, outreach, education and crisis intervention to teens all across the Santa Clarita Valley.
          Website: helpnothassle.org

Saturday, June 16

•  Gardening Class: Shrubs and Native Plants - Looking for ways to add a little more green into your landscape? Find inspiration and a variety of water-conserving shrubs, natives and vines that thrive in the SCV and will add those beautiful shades of green, too!
          Website: www.yourscvwater.com

Every Thursday

•  Nar-Anon Meeting at The Recovery Room - Every Thursday night, held at 17714 Sierra Highway in Canyon Country, this program has helped thousands cope with and learn about drug addiction and the disease.
          Time: 6:00 PM
          Website: mailto:embracingchangescv@gmail.com

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