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March, 2019 Community Calendar
Saturday, January 12 to Friday, May 31

•  Knights of Improv & Comedy - Canyon Theatre Guild Hosts Knights of Improv & Comedy Laughter is the best medicine at these select performances throughout the 2018/19 season. Don't miss CTG's Knights of Improv, where comedy is king and anything can happen.
          Website: www.canyontheatre.org

Saturday, March 9

•  Hope & a Future Run - Hope & a Future Run Benefiting children with developmental disabilities, with kid fun zone and expo. Held at West Creek Park 24247 Village Circle Valencia
          Website: hopeandafuturerun.com

•  In Care of Hope K9 Bowling Tournament - Join In Care of Hope for their "Vest Our K9's Bowling Tournament" at Santa Clarita Lanes - guests will enjoy 3 games, shoe rental, food, drinks, raffles, prizes and surprise guests. Register for your team of four, or sign up as a single or double player today for $20 per player; must be 10 years or older.
          Phone #: 803-1197
          Website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/vest-our-k9s-bowling-tournament-tickets-54952191484?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-term=eventcard

•  Santa Clarita Optimist Foundation Charity Auction - Santa Clarita Optimist Foundation's Charity Auction
Featuring silent and live auctions, held at Santa Clarita Sports Complex.
          Phone #: http://www.santaclaritaoptimistfoundation.org/

Friday, March 15 to Friday, April 12

•  Looking Forward/Looking Back - Beloved Santa Barbara artist Tony Askew, Westmont professor emeritus, offers a retrospective of new and old creations in an exhibition, "Looking Forward/Looking Back." Askew, who teaches art at the Santa Barbara School of Extended Learning, retired Westmont professor, has exhibited works at a number of galleries, including Delphine Gallery, Cabrillo Arts Center, Montecito Frame and Gallery, and the Print Arts Northwest Gallery in Portland, Oregon.

Tufenkian Fine Arts is open Tuesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Saturdays by appointment, 216 S. Louise St., Glendale.
          Phone #: (818) 288-4635

Saturday, March 16

•  Catapult - An "America's Got Talent" finalist from Season 8, Catapult features dancers behind a screen creating silhouettes - packed with hundreds of shape transformations, the show is full of humor, emotion and engaging stories.
          Website: www.canyonspac.com

•  Silver Spur Celebration - In recognition of their unwavering support to College of the Canyons and the Santa Clarita Valley, the college's Foundation has named Don and Cheri Fleming as the recipients of the prestigious "Silver Spur" Community Service Award. Guests will enjoy cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and a display of unique vintage automobiles. The evening will also include dinner, a live auction and a personal video tribute created for the Flemings. Held at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.
          Time: 6:30 PM
          Phone #: 362-3737

Monday, March 18

•  Watercolor Demonstration - Join Santa Clarita Artists Association (SCAA) for their monthly meeting featuring a watercolor demonstration from David Deyell,an active plein air artist, author, demonstrator and teacher of weekly classes/ workshops - as well as the judge of SCAA's 2018 Art Classic. Learn more here ( https://sites.google.com/site/daviddeyellwatercolor/)

Held at Barnes & Noble Valencia
          Time: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
          Website: https://www.santaclaritaartists.org/

Friday, March 22

•  Assistance League Casino Night - Assistance League Santa Clarita Hosts Casino Night
Support philanthropic programs that benefit local families and individuals while enjoying a three-course plated meal along with Lady Luck gaming entertainment.

          Website: www.assistanceleaguesantaclarita.org

Friday, March 22 to Saturday, March 30

•  Sabrina Fair - Swoon with "Sabrina Fair" at The Master's University
A delightful romantic comedy set in 1950s Long Island, "Sabrina Fair" ushers you into the luxurious life of the Larrabees - a family accustomed to leisure, power and influence. All is calm and as it should be until Sabrina Fairchild, the chauffeur's daughter, arrives home from Paris. She returns to the apartment above the garage a refined woman, but unsure of one thing. Could a French suitor have a chance to win her heart? Or is she still in love with charismatic and charming David Larrabee? While many would doubt the suitability of their relationship, what would David's older brother Linus think? In fact, is Linus himself immune to Sabrina's charm, excitement and love of life? Can the Larabee family survive Sabrina's reappearance in their lives? Or - maybe - they will wonder how they ever survived without her? "Sabrina Fair" is a beautiful story that sparkles with wit and humor, love and family.
Playing at The Master's University Music Recital Hall on Fridays and Saturdays,
March 22 through March 30, tickets start at $10.
          Website: www.masters.edu/theatre

Friday, March 22 to Sunday, March 31

•  Mousetrap - "Mousetrap" A group of strangers is stranded in a boarding house during a storm. Just before the phone lines go dead, the police call to inform them that they fear a murderer may be among them.
          Website: www.canyonspac.com

Saturday, March 23

•  College of the Canyons Women's Conference - College of the Canyons Women's Conference Women of all ages are invited to attend this annual conference including your choice of breakout workshops, keynote speaker presentation, buffet breakfast and luncheon, boutique shopping and raffle prizes.
          Website: www.canyons.edu/wc

•  Youth Arts Showcase - City of Santa Clarita Hosts Santa Clarita Youth Arts Showcase Held at The Centre, this free event showcases the talents of local students.
          Website: www.insidescv.com/youthartshowcase

Saturday, March 23 to Saturday, April 27

•  Sister Act - Time travel back to 1970s Philadelphia where disco is alive in the feel-good musical comedy "Sister Act" playing at The Canyon Theatre Guild in Old Town Newhall. What happens when talented disco diva Delores Van Cartier witnesses a murder and finds herself in the witness protection program stuck in a convent full of tone-deaf nuns? Hilarity ensues! Along her journey, she helps her fellow sisters discover their voices as she reclaims her own. Based off of the 1992 movie with the same name with phenomenal music written by Alan Menken and lyrics by Glenn Slater, "Sister Act" is guaranteed to leave audiences dancing and singing along in their seats at the Canyon Theatre Guild.
Playing from March 23 to April 27,
tickets for "Sister Act" start at $17.

          Website: canyontheatre.org

Sunday, March 24

•  The Wine Affair - Sip, Stroll & Savor the Sounds on Main Street with Soroptimist of Greater Santa Clarita Valley (SIGSCV) at the 11th-annual Wine Affair fundraiser.
General-admission ticket holders will enjoy appetizers, live music and three wine tastings at each venue. VIP ticket holders start their adventure an hour earlier at the VIP venue featuring premium wines, beer and non-alcoholic beverages as well as gourmet cuisine - in addition to all other Wine Affair venues. Guests are able to dance to the music from the band outside or sit at one of the tables to kick back and relax.
General admission tickets to the event are $60; VIP tickets are $110. Both can be purchased online.
          Website: www.thewineaffair.org

Wednesday, March 27

•  An Evening with Dr. Wolfson - Congregation Beth Shalom Hosts An Evening
with Dr. Wolfson, enjoy a special evening as Dr. Wolfson discusses the principles of Relational Judaism. Dr. Wolfson is among the most preeminent contemporary American Jewish scholars and educators and a leading visionary of the synagogue of the future. As a prolific writer he has authored or co-authored more than 20 books. He pioneered the concept of "Relational Judaism" - a key tenant of Congregation Beth Shalom - and authored and co-authored two books on this subject. He currently serves as the Fingerhut Professor of Education at American Jewish University. Dr. Wolfson will be available after the presentation for a book signing and some of his books will be available for sale at the event. Admission is free; please RSVP.
254-2411
          Time: 7:00 PM
          Phone #: 254-2411

Saturday, March 30

•  America - Founding members Gerry Beckley and Dewey Bunnell have been making music since meeting in high school in the late 1960s. They quickly harmonized their way to the top of the charts with their signature song, "A Horse with No Name." A string of hits followed, including "I Need You," "Ventura Highway," "Tin Man," "Sister Golden Hair" and "You Can Do Magic."
          Website: www.canyonspac.com

•  AR Workshop's 1 Year Celebration - AR Workshop Celebrates 1 Year of DIY Bliss
The place to go to handcraft something you'll want to display in your home, AR Workshop is celebrating one year in business! Get in on the crafty fun and sign up for their celebratory workshop on Saturday, March 30, from 2pm to 5pm for raffles, food, giveaways, projects and more.
Sign up online for this event!
          Time: 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM
          Phone #: 288-1903
          Website: www.arworkshop.com/santaclarita

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