Oak Hills Elementary invites students, families to 2019 STEM Expo
SIGNAL FILE PHOTO: Some 400 students participate in the STEM Expo at Oak Hills Elementary School in Stevenson Ranch on Friday, Jan. 26, 2018. Oak Hills Educational Foundation and Oak Hills PTA hosted the event. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

Oak Hills Elementary invites students, families to 2019 STEM Expo

After months of brainstorming and problem solving, the K-6 students of Oak Hills Elementary are prepared to showcase their engineering and science projects at the 2019 STEM Expo on Friday.…

Skatepark ribbon-cutting ceremony postponed due to rain
SIGNAL FILE PHOTO: Matt Gener, 26, attempts to do a flip trick at the Santa Clarita Skatepark on Feb. 4. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

Skatepark ribbon-cutting ceremony postponed due to rain

The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the grand opening of the new Castaic Sports Complex skate park scheduled for Friday at 10 a.m. has been postponed due to rain concerns. “We’re pretty…

City announces upcoming Cowboy Festival events
The Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival this year will feature everything from World Champion gunslingers like Joey Dillon, above, to mechanical bull rides, professional ropers and intertribal dances.

City announces upcoming Cowboy Festival events

By Nate Rodriguez Signal Staff Writer Would-be cowboys and cowgirls can start to make plans for the city’s 26th annual Cowboy Festival, with Santa Clarita launching an event website next…

College opens newest exhibition
The College of the Canyons Art Gallery opened its latest exhibition, “A Better Nectar,” by Jessica Rath with Robert Hoehn on Monday. The multisensory installation will remain in the college’s on-campus gallery until Thursday, March 28.

College opens newest exhibition

The College of the Canyons Art Gallery opened its latest exhibition, “A Better Nectar,” by Jessica Rath with Robert Hoehn on Monday. The multisensory installation, which is based on the…

Geek Girls Forever trace, cut and piece together comic book flowers
Flowers are cut out of colorful comic book pages to make paper roses at Geek Girls Forever in Newhall on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal

Geek Girls Forever trace, cut and piece together comic book flowers

Friends and members of Geek Girls Forever met to make paper flowers out of comic books during one of their regular craft events in Newhall on Saturday. “This is all…

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