September, 2018 (Past Events) Calendar
Monday, August 13 to Sunday, September 30

•  Soles4Souls Shoe Drive - Soles4Souls is having a local shoe drive, and ask the community to donate new or gently worn pairs of shoes at Sinatra Real Estate, 25101 The Old Road, Santa Clarita, CA 91381, through the end August September 2018.

Soles4Souls - a nonprofit global social enterprise committed to fighting poverty through the collection and distribution of shoes and clothing. Contact Josh Sinatra with questions.
          Phone #: (661) 713-1036

Friday, August 31 to Wednesday, October 31

•  Jack the Ripper Virtual Reality Immersive Experience - Ready to travel back to 1888 Whitechapel London during the "Autumn of Terror," when the infamous Jack the Ripper had the city paralyzed with fear? You don't need a time machine, but you do need high-tech VR headsets and backpack computers that will allow you to roam freely through an old abandoned, haunted wax museum called The Wax House. The Legend of Jack the Ripper experience, lasting about 30 minutes, includes a media-based pre-show providing guests a glimpse into the history of the murders. Once inside the Wax House, you'll pick up and hold virtual items, open drawers, search for clues and work together as a team of four to find your way out - or become the next victim. The Jack the Ripper Immersive Experience opens August 31 and runs through Halloween night. Tickets are expected to sell out, so snatch yours quickly.

Wednesday, September 5

•  Project Sebastian Wine Tasting - Project Sebastian is proud to partner with Salt Creek Grille to host our annual Wine Tasting Fundraiser. Please join us on Wednesday, September 5th to sample great wines from some of California's best vintners. The chefs at Salt Creek Grille have prepared an extraordinary selection of savory treats for your enjoyment and all proceeds support Project Sebastian. The evening also offers a Guest speaker, silent auction, and raffle. Tickets are limited - $100/ per guest
          Time: 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM

Thursday, September 6 to Saturday, October 6

•  Join the 2018 Walk to End Alzheimer's - Join the 2018 Walk to End Alzheimer's
Held at Bridgeport Park, this walk is our community's first step to a world without Alzheimer's. Walk, fundraise, donate - help!

Saturday, September 8

•  Christopher Titus in Amerigeddon - In this edgy standup comedy show, Titus tackles polarization in politics with humor and snark that will have left, right and middle laughing in the aisles. Fresh, hilarious and, at times, brutally honest, Amerigeddon is a show that finds the humor in today's political and social headlines. For mature audiences only.

•  Major Impact Theater Bowling Fundraiser - Held at Valencia Lanes in Newhall - guests are invited to create a team or sign up individually. $25 per bowler, includes Bowling Shoes & Ball. Food & Beverage will be available for purchase. MAJOR IMPACT THEATER a 501C(3) non profit organization, impacting the lives of Adults with Disabilities through Theater Arts.
          Time: 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
          Phone #: 818 2037817

Saturday, September 15

•  Green Thumb Fall Festival - Join your friends at Green Thumb for the unveiling of their 2018 Department 56 Halloween Village Display while enjoying refreshments, hourly drawings, mini classes and special one-day pricing. Supplies are limited; shop early for best selection.
          Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
          Phone #: 259-1071

•  Bras for a Cause - Co-chairs Denise DaCorsi-Placencio, Missy Carter, Tiffany Grummer and Jen Terry cordially invite you to attend the 15th-annual Bras for a Cause event on Saturday, September 15 from 5:30pm to 10pm at Valencia Country Club. "We're anticipating 300 guests, including leaders of our community. It's a fantastic event that kicks off Breast Cancer Awareness Month," says Grummer. "A large portion of all funds raised will minimize costs for women and men struggling with breast cancer," explains Terry. "We donate locally to Sheila R. Veloz Imaging Center at Henry Mayo Hospital and Circle of Hope."
The event is transitioning to a formal experience this year. "It will be held on the beautiful Valencia Country Club outdoor event pavilion," shares DaCorsi-Placencio. "We'll have wonderful entertainment as well as a new crew of fabulous models." "This is such a special year for Bras for a Cause," explains Carter. "We want to go big for the anniversary and we can't wait for the community to join in the fun!"

Friday, September 21 to Sunday, September 23

•  Santa Clarita Chalk Festival - The Santa Clarita Chalk Festival is presented by the Old Town Newhall Association, Over the course of three days, artists from all over the area - professional, amateur, students and the public - will take to the pavement armed with pastel chalks to create masterpieces. The theme of the event is "Wit, Wonder and Whimsy". This is a family-friendly event to promote community through art making.
(All levels of artists are welcome to participate email social for details)

Saturday, September 22

•  Veronica Swift - This buzz-worthy 20-something vocalist set the jazz world on fire after her second-place finish at the 2015 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition, where she wowed judges. Combining technical skill with a depth of feeling that belies her age, Swift is a jazz superstar in the making.


•  25th Annual Evening Under the Stars - Michael Hoefflin Foundation invites you to join them for their 25th Annual Evening Under the Stars, An elegant evening featuring dinner, drinks, entertainment, live and silent auctions - and helps to make a difference in the lives of children battling cancer, and their families.


Saturday, September 22 to Saturday, October 27

•  Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical - Canyon Theatre Guild Presents "Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical" In an effort to find a chemical breakthrough that can solve some of humankind's most challenging medical dilemmas, Dr. Henry Jekyll accidentally unleashes his inner demons.

Saturday, September 29

•  Santa Clarita Artists Association Art Classic - Join the Santa Clarita Artists Association at William S. Hart Hall for their annual judged art show! Help support your local arts community while enjoying refreshments, music, wine, and silent auction.
The ticketed gala event is Saturday, September 29th from 1:30-5:00 and a free public viewing will be open on Sunday, September 30th from 10:00-4:00.
Proceeds benefit the SCAA's scholarship program and other enrichment projects to encourage our future artists.

Contact: For more information please call 661.313.5216or visit

          Time: 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM

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