Gilchrist Farm, a family farm on Bouquet Canyon Road in Santa Clarita (about 1 mile past Lombardi), is seeking local non-profits, clubs, educational organizations, Scouts, teams and other groups to participate in the bake sale fundraiser during their upcoming Harvest Festival and Pumpkin Patch taking...
Real Life Church will invite the SCV community to a fun, safe, environment for families to gather together and enjoy a unique take on Halloween with our 5th annual event, themed “A Tribute to Lombardi Ranch.”
The event will take place Saturday, Oct. 24, from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. This 5th annual event...
[KHTS] – Lombardi Ranch, a part of the Santa Clarita community’s Halloween tradition and festivities, will not open this year — but KHTS AM-1220 wants to “Save Lombardi Ranch” so it can reopen in 2016.
Lombardi family members announced earlier this month the ranch won’t be open for the...
[KHTS] – After nearly 40 years, Lombardi Ranch will not be open for the 2015 Halloween Pumpkin Festival, officials confirmed Thursday.
“It looks like we are not opening,” said Adria Lombardi Faulconer, who runs the ranch with her nephew, Levi Lombardi. “We have not planted anything because...
Despite rumors of permanent closure, Lombardi Ranch will be continuing its annual pumpkin festival but will not be growing any produce this year due to the impacts of the drought.
The ranch will be open from the last weekend of September to Nov. 1, said Levi Lombardi, who oversees farming at Lombardi...
As the drought in California continues, county and federal officials are working on getting water for Bouquet Canyon residents while maintaining a healthy habitat.
About 40 comments were submitted during the public comment period for a proposed solution to the numerous conflicts that have arisen from...
[KHTS] – The corn stalks and sunflowers aren’t quite as tall.
Sometimes, the dust is more plentiful than the pumpkins.
Lombardi Ranch several years ago. Image courtesy of Robert Schwemmer
“We did lose a lot of money to crop failure,” said Levi Lombardi, 20, who oversees farming at Lombardi...
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