March, 2023 (Past Events) Calendar
Monday, March 6

•  12th Annual KHTS Home & Garden Show, KHTS Emergency Expo & Craft Fair - The largest trade show in Santa Clarita will be happening on Saturday and Sunday, April 29 and April 30 at Central Park as the KHTS Home & Garden Show and KHTS Emergency Expo & Craft Fair is unveiled. Admission is free to the public for all activities. Visitors can climb aboard a fire truck, hit the siren on a sheriff patrol vehicle, watch a Jaws of Life demonstration by the LA County Fire Department and more. Homeowners will discover design, decorating and innovations while connecting with top SCV home-and-garden experts. Everyone will love shopping local crafts - and don't forget to check out the classic cars brought on site by the Corvette Club on Sunday. The KHTS Emergency Expo will be happening all day Saturday from 10am to 5pm in conjunction with the KHTS Home and Garden Show. There'll be many exciting demonstrations from the Los Angeles County Fire Department, Southern California Edison, City of Hope, Southern California Gas Company, California Highway Patrol, the Santa Clarita Sheriffs, Southern California Edison, the City of Santa Clarita and more emergency and safety businesses and organizations. Show times are Saturday, April 29 from 10am to 5pm and Sunday, April 30 from 10am to 4pm. The Emergency Expo is held Saturday only, but many Emergency vendors will also be displaying and selling their products and services on Sunday, as well. Vendor opportunities are still available.


Friday, March 10

•  Downs/Fischer Jazz Festival - A Long-Standing Tradition in the SCV this festival was established to recognize the immense musical contributions of Robert K. Downs & Dirk Fischer featuring performances from local junior high and high schools with special performances from Go Jazz Big Band & the COC Jazz Band. Held at Golden Valley High School.
          Time: 5:00 PM

Saturday, March 11

•  31st Annual Silver Spur Celebration - The annual celebration is considered to be one of the community's most popular and elegant evening events. This year's event honors Randy Moberg and Mitzi Like Moberg for their considerable contributions to College of the Canyons and the community.
Held at Zachari Dunes on Mandalay Beach, Ballroom 2101 Mandalay Beach Road Oxnard CA
          Time: 6:00 PM

•  Free To Be Me Festival - This FREE community event celebrates our special needs community and their families through a series of inclusive and adaptive activities. Enjoy live sensory-friendly entertainment, arts and crafts, recreational activities, sensory play and more. A chill zone will also be available for those that need a calming space. The event is held outdoors with an indoor sensory safe space. A select number of headphones will be available for check out. Sign language interpreters will be at the stage. Stickers with phone numbers will be available for identification purposes. Held at the Canyon Country Community Center.
          Time: 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM

Tuesday, March 14

•  Glenn Miller Orchestra - The most sought-after big band in the world will take the stage performing beloved hits from their extensive library which includes In the Mood, Moonlight Serenade and Pennsylvania 6-5000. Hosted by West Ranch High School's music program, the concert will be an event for all ages and offers the chance to experience history, enjoy the magical melodies and walk away knowing you're supporting a new generation of talented musicians in the process.
          Time: 7:00 PM
          Phone #: (661) 222-1220 x645

Thursday, March 16

•  SENSES Block Party - City of Santa Clarita Hosts SENSES Block Party
The wildly-popular SENSES Block Party brings live music, food trucks, themed activities and adult beverages to Main Street every Third Thursday from March to October.  Grab a drink from the on-street bar, dance the night away to high energy performers and order a bite from the food trucks or local restaurants. Don't miss this fun and festive adult setting right here in Santa Clarita! March's theme is St. Patrick's Day.

Friday, March 17 to Sunday, March 26

•  1984 - Based on the novel by George Orwell, 1984 tells the story of Winston Smith, a cog in the giant machine state of Oceania. This ferocious and provocative adaptation is directed by Eric Clarke with showings Friday and Saturday at 8pm and matinees Saturday & Sunday at 2pm. Held at The Main in Old Town Newhall.

Tuesday, March 21

•  U.S. Navy Band Chorus Sea Chanters - The Navy's official chorus, the Sea Chanters have appeared at the Kennedy Center Honors, with the National Symphony Orchestra for the National Memorial Day Concerts, and many more. Throughout its history, they have remained true to the Navy's watchwords of pride and professionalism.
          Time: 7:00 PM

Saturday, March 25

•   Zonta Women in Service Celebration - This 38th annual event honors dynamic and outstanding women volunteers throughout the Santa Clarita Valley, recognizing their contributions to other nonprofit organizations that share Zonta's mission. The celebration will be held at Canyon Country Community Center.
          Time: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

•  College of the Canyons' Annual Women's Conference - Held at the Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook University Center, this year's in-person conference will feature an exciting lineup of presenters and breakout sessions designed around the theme, "Think Big, Speak Up!" The event will kick off with a welcome by Chancellor Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook followed by a leadership panel featuring Councilwoman Katrina Manning and Treasurer Marie Poindexter-Hornback from the City of Hawthorne. When elected in 2022, Manning and Poindexter-Hornback - along with City Clerk Dayna Williams-Hunter - made Hawthorne history as the first three women of color to be elected during the same election cycle in the city's 100-year history. Luncheon keynote speeches will be delivered by Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo (D-Chatsworth) and Hildy Aguinaldo, senior director and assistant general counsel at DaVita Inc. and vice president of the board of governors for California Community Colleges. Attendees will also attend breakout sessions throughout the day covering a wide range of topics, like returning to college, career changes, exploring passions and a health and wellness workshop. Admission is $35 - $25 for students and college staff with identification. Admission includes access to all events and activities and breakfast and lunch.


•  Youth Arts Showcase - In recognition of Youth Art Month, the City of Santa Clarita Youth Arts Showcase celebrates the importance of visual and performing arts for children of all ages. The seventh-annual Youth Arts Showcase, held from 11am to 3pm, includes music, dance and theater performances by local youth-based performing groups. Guests will also view artwork submitted by young artists in the Youth Arts Gallery. Bring out your inner artist at hands-on craft stations and enjoy a bite to eat from the on-site food trucks.
          Time: 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Saturday, March 25 to Saturday, April 8

•  Spring Fling & Egg Hunt - Gilchrist Farm's Spring Fling & Egg Hunt connects you and your crew to a wholesome day in nature - and memories that will last a lifetime.
Cuddle baby animals like goats, chicks and piglets, create cute spring crafts, take a picture with the Easter Bunny (And real bunnies!), ride the little farm train, take a wagon ride, learn how to throw an ax, shoot arrows, explore the Giant Slide and much more. And whatever you do: book your egg hunt tickets now! Egg hunts are held at 10am, 12pm and 2pm and are divided by age groups so that every child has an opportunity to find treat-filled eggs. You can select the difficulty level that's the best fit for your child - from eggs that are in plain sight to ones that are almost fully hidden. The egg hunt draws families from all over Los Angeles County, so book your reservations now - it often sells out.

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