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1972 - Vasquez Rocks added to National Register of Historic Places [list]
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Mark your calendars for Child & Family Center’s ninth annual Kid Expo, Sunday, Oct. 14, at Golden Valley High School, 27051 Robert C. Lee Parkway in Canyon Country, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is $3 for each adult and FREE for children.  The event is presented by The Magazine of Santa Clarita and the Hafizi Family. Each year over 7,000 attend this much anticipated event. Every dollar raised goes directly to Child & Family Center, which provides mental health and behavioral services to over 850 local children each week.

Kid Expo features over 100 exhibitors from the Santa Clarita Valley showcasing services and activities for children.  From sports to karate, dance to art, gymnastics to books and tutors, kids and parents can discover the many activities available for kids.

There’s something for the whole family to enjoy at Kid Expo. Enjoy the Wild Animal Show by Jeff Lee Working Wildlife. Touch live sea creatures in Aquarium of the Pacific’s Mobile Tide Pool Exhibit.  Have fun in Disney’s Imagination Playground. Keep the beat in the Remo Drum Circle. Navigate through the inflatable obstacle course. Shake hands with Magic Mountain’s characters. Ride the rails on the Kiddie Train.

In addition, there will be fun, games, arts and crafts, reading and storytelling, art, music, sports and entertainment.  Local kids will perform dance, gymnastics, karate and more on stage.

Sponsors as of press time include title sponsor Magazine of Santa Clarita and the Hafizi Family, Child & Family Center, W.S. Hart School District, City of Santa Clarita, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital, Citadel Environmental Services, KHTS AM 1220, Fun & Fit Gymnastics, T.K. Tae Kwon Do, La Via Bella, SC Soccer Center/Lil’ Kickers, Hot Rod Hobbies, Snow Orthodontics, Bright Star ATA Martial Arts, Dance Studio 84, MissionView Public Charter School, Mountasia, Advantage Disposal and SCVTV.

Exhibitors include: Academy Swim Club, ATA Gold Medal Martial Arts, Back to Health Chiropractic, Blue Shadows Mounted Drill Team, Bright Star ATA Martial Arts, California Rangers, Care Learning Center, Castaic Lake Water Agency, Child & Family Center, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Children’s Orchard, City of Santa Clarita-Santa Clarita Public Library, D.E.E. Studio Productions, Dance Studio 84, Delphi Academy , Doctors Express, Dr. Thomas Polucki, Ekata Martial Arts, Family Day Care of Santa Clarita Valley, Family Tree Dentistry, Fun& Fit Gymnastics, Gavin Espinosa ATA Martial Arts, Gymcheer USA, Hot Rod Hobbies, Ice Station, Keri Lynn Photography, Kimberly Rosen, DDS, Mad Dog Party, Magazine of Santa Clarita, Martin Wealth Management, Mathnasium of Valencia, Mission View Public Charter, Monticello Preparatory School, Mountasia, Party Planners Plus, Pediatric Dental Assoc. of Santa Clarita, Photo Touch Booth, Santa Clarita Lanes, Santa Clarita School of Performing Arts, SC Soccer Center/Lil’ Kickers, Scooters Jungle, Scratch Golf, SCV Kids Consignment, Shooting Stars, Snow Orthodontics, St. Stephens Pre-School, Sunshine Day Camp, T.K. Tae Kwon Do, Take One Acting Studio, The Action Zone, The Paseo Club, Tutor Time Child Care Learning, Valencia Dental Group & Orthodontics, Valley Trails Ranch, Vibe Performing Arts Studio, Way 2 Go! Sports and West Coast Music Academy.

Food sponsors include Burger King, Lamppost Pizza, Kupcake Kitchen, One Coconut Water, Shave It! For a complete list of sponsors and exhibitors, visit www.kidexposcv.com. Booth space is still available. Contact Child & Family Center Foundation, 661-255-6847 x3166.

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Thursday, Jun 17, 2021
The SCV Education Foundation awarded six Hart High School District seniors $10,000 scholarships.
Wednesday, Jun 16, 2021
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The Santa Clarita branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has announced the officers elected to lead the new branch.
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