Join the American Cancer Society’s 2016 Relay For Life of The Santa Clarita Valley at Central Park, 27150 Bouquet Canyon Rd, Santa Clarita, CA 91350 from Saturday May 21 at 9am to Sunday May 22 at 9 a.m. and help finish the fight against cancer.
This year’s event theme is “Hollywood” and will be carried throughout the event with campsite decorations and fun activities for the whole family.
Kymmer Crookston, a Santa Clarita resident and cancer survivor, will be the opening speaker and lead the Survivor Lap. Reverend Melissa Roux MacKinnon will be the Luminaria Speaker at 9pm. And Dan Jordan will lead off the Fight Back Ceremony on Sunday morning at 8:30 am. Speaker bios can be found at www.scvrelay.org.
Saturday’s entertainment line-up includes great acts such as Rebel Heart, Da Kingz, Men Dozza and the Skinny Little Twits. And there will be an Air Guitar Contest Saturday afternoon at 4pm – so dust off those air guitars.
Other scheduled events for Saturday include Opening Ceremonies at 9am, the “Road to Recovery” Rally cardboard car lap at 3:45pm and Luminaria at 9pm. Be sure to arrive early for Luminaria as parking lot and park lights will be turned off prior to the ceremony. Come back Sunday morning for the “Fight Back” and Closing Ceremonies at 8:30am.
And for the runners and walkers in our community – there will be the 2nd Annual “Glow in the Park” – a 5K Fun Run at midnight on Saturday followed by a Silent Disco. An additional donation will be required for the event. More details are available at www.scvrelay.org.
Be sure to come hungry to the event – there will be plenty of choices for lunch, dinner and snacks throughout the day. There will be a wide variety of food trucks and local restaurants including Kupcake Kitchen, Fab Hotdogs, Tri-Tipps and Big Mouth Pizza. New choices this year include Patty Wagon, Richeese and Holy Moly Tacos.
For more information on Relay For Life of The Santa Clarita Valley, visit www.scvrelay.org or contact the event chairs at email@example.com.
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