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Woodland Hills Celebrations

Sep 07, 2016 05:05PM
By Hilarie Orman The city of Woodland Hills will celebrate the 37th year since its incorporation with community activities on September 9 and 10. The town's first mayor, Lamont Oviatt, will be the grand marshall of the parade on Saturday morning in a circuit that will go twice around the city's community center. Cars, trucks, bikes, tractors, motorized wheelchairs, and Segways are welcome in this short event.

A new event this year will be the display of classic cars and a competition for several trophies. Cars from decades past will park along Highland Drive for the viewing public's inspection and evaluation.

All the events, including a movie, a family dance, booths withe local wares, food trucks, a dinner and a breakfast, and bouncing and climbing equipment, will be at the community center. See for the full schedule.

The Woodland Hills City Council, the Mayor, and the volunteer fire departments and EMT's are the hosts for celebration.