Posts Tagged ‘shopping’

Find Unique Holiday Gifts at the ‘Fall Fine Craft Show’ this Weekend at Old Orchard Park

November 14, 2014

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The City of Santa Clarita’s Fine Crafts Show will be held this weekend, November 15 and 16, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. at Old Orchard Park.

The City’s Fall Fine Craft Show is a free, outdoor event providing residents with the opportunity to browse one-of-a-kind art pieces including intricate and colorful hand-crafted jewelry, paintings, pottery, woodwork, ceramics and items that are perfect for the holiday season.

Residents are encouraged to come out and stock up on great gifts and unique crafts to enjoy all year long.

For more information about the Fine Craft Show, visit Santa-Clarita.com.

Find Unique Holiday Gifts at the Fall Fine Craft Show this Weekend

November 15, 2013

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The City of Santa Clarita invites community members to attend the Fall Fine Craft Show this weekend, November 16 and 17, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Old Orchard Park.

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The City’s Fall Fine Craft Show is a free, outdoor event providing residents with the opportunity to browse one-of-a-kind art pieces including intricate and colorful hand-crafted jewelry, paintings, pottery, woodwork, ceramics and items that are perfect for the holiday season. Residents are encouraged to come out and stock up on great gifts and unique crafts to enjoy all year long.

Hand crafted jewelry by Ken Rogers of Beverly Hills.

Hand crafted jewelry by Ken Rogers of Beverly Hills.

For more information about the City’s Fall Fine Craft Show, visit Santa-Clarita.com/Crafts or contact Jeff Barber at (661) 250-3779. Old Orchard Park is located at 25032 Avenida Rotella.

THiNK Santa Clarita Valley

June 11, 2009
ThinkSantaClaritaValley.com has weekly discounts and is a good resource to help keep dollars local

ThinkSantaClaritaValley.com has weekly discounts and is a good resource to help keep dollars local

Travellers around town are asked to keep something in mind as they travel about the valley, Santa Clarita. The brand new THiNK Santa Clarita Valley campaign is in full effect. “THiNK” can be seen on buses and banners andhas a home on ThinkSantaClaritaValley.com.  The website offers weekly discounts around town and allows businesses and residents to sign-up to benefit from the program.

 

Abandoned Shopping Carts Not Welcome in the City!

May 5, 2009

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The City of Santa Clarita is working to address the issue of abandoned shopping carts in the Newhall area. City staff has notified the cart retrieval companies that service the stores whose abandoned carts are found on the street.  The City was told that the shopping carts would be removed within forty-eight (48) hours and taken to their designated locations.  If these shopping carts are not removed from the location, the city will confiscate the carts and notify the businesses.

On April 24, 2009 letters were sent to  50 businesses within our City that provide shopping cart service to their store patrons.  In this letter, the businesses were informed of the nuisance and potential safety hazard that abandoned shopping carts are creating in our City.

New Target Opens in Canyon Country

March 6, 2009
Mayor Ferry and Councilmember Bob Kellar helped cut the ribbon for the new Target in Canyon Country

Mayor Ferry and Councilmember Bob Kellar helped cut the ribbon for the new Target store in Canyon Country.

The New Target at the Plaza at Golden Valley is now open! The store held a Very Important Guest (VIG) Night on Tuesday, March 3rd which was attended by future shoppers from the community. The Plaza at Golden Valley is the new Shopping Center located at the intersection of the 14 Freeway and Golden Valley Road. Mayor Frank Ferry and Councilmember Bob Kellar were both on-hand for the ribbon cutting and Mayor Ferry was the first official shopper. 

Mayor Frank Ferry was the Golden Valley Plaza Target's first customer.

Mayor Frank Ferry was the Golden Valley Plaza Target's first customer.

 The Target store has been a highly anticipated addition to the east side of Santa Clarita. It is hoped, because of it’s convenient location off of the 14 freeway, that travelers through the Valley will stop and shop, which will contribute to the City’s sales tax base. Retaining sales tax dollars in the City of Santa Clarita is essential to providing roads, public safety, recreation and other services in the community. 

On Sunday, March 8, the store will have special sales to coincide with the grand opening.


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