The Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center is proud to announce the opening of the new SCV Senior Center in Canyon Country and its dedication in a public ceremony on Wednesday, April 24 at 10 a.m.
The dedication ceremony will start in the new center’s parking lot and conclude in “The Grand Ballroom.”
The new center is located at 27180 Golden Valley Road (the cross streets are Newhall Ranch Road and Golden Valley Road, followed by a right turn onto Five Knolls Road).
The dedication ceremony will be followed by tours of the new center until 3 p.m.
The public is welcome to attend, but parking will be limited.
The SCV Senior Center will also have a new name unveiled during the ceremony.
The SCV Senior Center, a private non-profit organization, has been serving the Santa Clarita Valley for more than 40 years. The new center will be a hub of activities and resources for SCV seniors and the community.
The 40-year old home of the Senior Center on Market Street in Newhall will close on April 26, with Opening Day at the new center slated for Monday, April 29, with all activities on a normal schedule.
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