April, 2021 Community Calendar
Friday, March 26 to Thursday, April 1

•  The Happiest Millionaire - The Master's University Theatre Arts Presents "The Happiest Millionaire" Streaming On Demand from March 26 to April 1 - You'll learn about Anthony J. Drexel Biddle, an eccentric millionaire with pet alligators and a boxing Bible club, who pours himself into creating a happy - though chaotic - home. This lively story follows his three children as they navigate growing up, falling in love and possibly even leaving his perfectly-happy home. Don't miss the opportunity to enjoy this wonderful story, the art of theatre and supporting the education of the next generation of artists through this unique medium!

          Phone #: 362-2255

Friday, March 26 to Wednesday, May 26

•  Reimagine Public Art Virtual Exhibit - Reimagine Public Art, part of DCA's COVID-19 Emergency Response Program, reflects on the moment, one year ago, when we drastically altered the ways we interact with each other, and by extension, with art. This virtual public art exhibition launches today and introduces more than 250 local artists working across mediums, who give us a glimpse at a new relationship between public space and art in the digital age, especially during a period of social, economic, and health emergencies. The exhibition shows us that art continues to expand beyond its traditional forms, despite any circumstances, finding new outlets for collective healing, exploring the city, and connecting with other fellow Angelenos and visitors alike. More than 760 artists submitted works for consideration to DCA's $340,000 initiative to provide emergency COVID-19 relief funds to help more than 250 LA artists.

Thursday, April 1

•  Yell B-I-N-G-O - How about this for an April Fools joke? Tell your crew that you're playing Bingo online with strangers - and then... actually do it! The City of Santa Clarita will host a Zoom Bingo Night with gift cards to local businesses going to the big winners. You'll be emailed your card a few days prior to the event, so be sure to sign up at the link. The event is free and you can sign up for up to four additional family and friends when you register.


Friday, April 2

•  Autism Awareness Day - Join advocates from around the world and around the block to raise awareness - and eliminate the stigma - of autism. According to the CDC's Autism & Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network, approximately one in 59 children born in the US will be on the autism spectrum. Want to show your support? Donate to autism organizations that are committed to education, medical research and acceptance - and wear blue! "Light it up blue" is the color theme for autism awareness.

Friday, April 16 to Saturday, April 17

•  Tombstone at the Drive-In - The City of Santa Clarita's City Cinemas Presents "Tombstone" - an American classic - from the comfort of your own vehicle. This drive-in movie experience takes place in one of the city's beautiful open spaces: East Walker Ranch Open Space. A goodie bag is included for the cost of $30 per vehicle.

Monday, May 10 to Wednesday, April 14

•  Bike to Work Challenge - City of Santa Clarita Bike to Work Challenge
Grab your bike and ride to work for a chance to win prizes! This celebration will span over the course of five days, giving residents plenty of opportunities to bike to work. Take the pledge to bike to work and be entered into a raffle. If your business is registered to participate and has the most
participation in their size category, you and your team can win a free lunch, too. Businesses can also register their business team on Don't forget to practice social distancing and follow COVID-19 safety guidelines.
Questions? Call the City of Santa Clarita's Environmental Services Division.
          Phone #: 286-4098

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