Starting the month of April, the Domestic Violence Center of Santa Clarita Valley in partnership with local Santa Clarita Valley restaurants will be hosting a month long “Fairy Festival,” showcase and fundraiser event for the Domestic Violence Center’s local 30 day emergency shelter. The shelter is located in Santa Clarita and provides emergency services to victims of domestic violence.
Residents are encouraged to join in on the “fairy” fun festival activities which will include “Fairy Shelter Build-Out” events with Harmony Hollows and a free “Fairy Festival Scavenger Hunt.”
The festivities will culminate with the “Fairy Festival Brunch and Family Fun Event” on Saturday, May 21, held at the Savia building located at 23780 Newhall Ave, Newhall, CA 91321. Brunch attendees will enjoy a delicious meal sponsored by our SCV showcase restaurants, silent auction of the fairy shelters, face painting, photo booth, music, entertainment, raffle prizes and much more!
Tickets for the main fundraiser event are available for a $25 per person donation and can be purchased at the door. Children 5 and under are free. All proceeds benefit the 30 day emergency shelter.
Fairy Festival Event Schedule:
SCV Fairy Shelter Build-Outs with Harmony Hollows (Houses to be auctioned at Fairy Festival)
April 9th, Saturday – 10:00 a.m.
April 12th, Tuesday – 5:30 p.m.
Location: Harmony Hollows, located at 20358 Lisa Gail Dr., Santa Clarita
SCV Fairy Festival Scavenger Hunt (Find the Fairy Houses in Local SCV Restaurants)
Monday, April 18th – Thursday, May 5th
Location: Participating restaurants in Santa Clarita Valley
Residents may enter this free scavenger hunt by locating all fairy shelters placed in participating Santa Clarita Valley restaurants. Participants who share photos of all fairy shelters on social media with the hashtag #fairysheltersupport will be automatically entered to win prizes and tickets to the Fairy Shelter Brunch!
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