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Apply Now to Be Part of Kaleidoscope Art & Music Festival’s Fresh Made Market
PALMDALE – The City of Palmdale is accepting vendor applications to be part of the Fresh Made Market at the Kaleidoscope Art & Music Festival, coming on Saturday, Oct. 12 to the Palmdale Amphitheater, 2723 Rancho Vista Blvd.

Kaleidoscope Art & Music Festival is a unique event dedicated to the arts, including culinary and apothecary craftsmanship. The Fresh Made Market at Kaleidoscope is perfect for cottage industry and farmers market vendors who specialize in handmade candles, home scent products, skin and body care products, baked and canned goods, salsas, pestos, sauces, and traditional farmers market products.

Applications for the Fresh Made Market are available at www.KaleidoscopeArtFestival.com. Scroll to the bottom of the page under the “Kaleidoscope” logo. Deadline to apply is Thursday, September 12, 2019.

“We are excited to see the growth of Kaleidoscope’s Fresh Made Market, and to work with vendors who have a passion for the products they produce,” said contact Recreation Coordinator Rachel Serrano.

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten Continues at Palmdale City Library in 2019
PALMDALE – The Palmdale City Library’s 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program, which began in 2018, is continuing in 2019 at the Library, located at 700 E. Palmdale Blvd.

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten is a nationwide program that promotes reading to newborns, infants and toddlers, cultivates early literacy, and encourages parent and child bonding through reading.

“Age 0-5 is the most important and critical learning stage for our babies,” said Library Associate Shakeena Fogg. “It’s imperative that we take the opportunity and be our children’s first teacher. Parents can stop by the Palmdale City Library during our normal business hours to learn more information and sign up.”

The Palmdale City Library is open seven days a week. Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday from 10 am to 8 pm; Friday and Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm; and Sunday from 1 to 5 pm.

Calm Your Mind & Energize Your Body with Yoga at the Palmdale City Library
PALMDALE – The Palmdale City Library, located at 700 E. Palmdale Blvd., will host a free yoga session led by the local yoga studio “The Yoga Roots” on Thursday, June 27 at 6 pm.

The program is open to anyone age 16 and over. Please bring a yoga mat and plan to arrive no later than 10 minutes after class begins.

“Yoga is a great way to relax while still getting some exercise,” said Library Associate Amanda Arnold. “Whether you’re looking to unwind from a long day or just wanting to try a different kind of work out, think about giving yoga a try!”

The Palmdale City Library is open seven days a week. Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday from 10 am to 8 pm; Friday and Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm; and Sunday from 1 to 5 pm.

Bouchard and Vilade combine for six hits, six RBI in victory

LANCASTER, Calif. – Lancaster did not need a comeback Friday night to win as they took down Rancho Cucamonga, 13-7, at The Hangar. The JetHawks, playing as El Viento de Lancaster for the sixth time this year, improved to 11-5 versus the Quakes this season.

Sean Bouchard and Ryan Vilade led the charge on offense for Lancaster (2-0, 36-34). Bouchard led off the second inning with a home run, the first of two for him in the game. Bouchard reached base five times and is 8-for-8 to start the Second Half.

The JetHawks scored five in the second inning, knocking out Rancho starter Michael Grove (0-3). Lancaster scored four more in the fourth inning, and added four more in their final two at-bats.

Vilade had three hits for Lancaster, extending his hitting streak to eight games. He drove in two with a single in the fourth inning. Bouchard and Vilade hit back-to-back home runs in the eighth inning to seal the win.

Will Gaddis (4-5) earned the win for Lancaster. He allowed four runs over six innings. It was the fifth consecutive start of at least six innings for Gaddis.


1 - Avenue R and 6th Street East

Intermittent shoulder/ lane closure for Edison pole replacement on Sunday, June 30 from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

2 - Road closure on 9th Street East from Avenue Q-11 to Avenue Q-12 and Avenue Q-12 from 10th Street East to 9th Street East

Avenue Q-12 and a 9th Street East will be closed to through traffic while the Courson West project reconstructs the existing street. There will be access provided for residents on Avenue Q-12 from 10th Street East. Please expect delays and follow detour signs.

3 - Eastbound Technology Drive from 5th Street West to the State Route 14 Antelope Valley Freeway overpass and Carriage Way from Auto Vista Drive to Technology Drive

Intermittent lane and shoulder closures for landscape construction.

Lancaster scores four runs in the bottom of the ninth to beat Rancho

LANCASTER, Calif. – The JetHawks began play after the All-Star break with a walk-off win, 7-6, over Rancho Cucamonga Thursday night at The Hangar. Lancaster scored four runs in the bottom of the ninth inning on two hits, three walks and four wild pitches.

Rancho Cucamonga (0-1, 41-28) took a three-run lead into the bottom of the ninth after a Marcus Chiu home run off of Salvador Justo (2-1) in the top of the inning. Connor Strain was set to come in for the Quakes, but was replaced by Max Gamboa before throwing a pitch.

Gamboa (4-2) struggled and could not record an out. He walked in a run and allowed another to score on a wild pitch. Luis Castro tied the game with single to left field, giving him 55 runs batted in on the season. With Sean Bouchard up, another wild pitch brought home Luke Morgan as the winning run.

The win was Lancaster’s fifth in walk-off fashion this season. It’s the team’s second-straight comeback win, after overcoming a six-run deficit in a win over Inland Empire on Sunday.

City of Lancaster Weekly Road Closures through June 30, 2019
In an effort to improve our neighborhoods and city streets, the City of Lancaster conducts a variety of road construction projects which will ultimately benefit our citizens. While these construction zones typically restrict traffic flow for an interim period, the results provide smoother roads and better infrastructure in various locations throughout Lancaster. Additionally, a number of community events take place year-round throughout the City, resulting in temporary traffic detours during event setup, activity, and breakdown. The City of Lancaster strives to provide as many opportunities as possible for community gathering and engagement.

The BLVD Market is an opportunity for the community to gather and enjoy an offering of fresh produce and unique items in an open market atmosphere. The Market’s spring and summer hours are 4 – 9 p.m., every Thursday on Lancaster Blvd., between Ehrlich Avenue and Fern Avenue. This area will be closed to traffic and parking from 1 – 11 p.m. on Market days.

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