Silents Under the Stars

The Friends Of Hart Park
and the
 William S. Hart Park & Museum thank you for coming to:

Silents Under the Stars

Saturday, July 29th, 2017 at 6pm

Pictures coming soon!

The 2017 edition of Silents Under The Stars was a magical, fun, grand time for 230 delighted guests. Once again, this starlight evening, which has become the highlight event of FOHP's calendar year, lived up to its billing and more.

Entertainment, provided by the Saguaro Sisters with Will Ryan, is still being talked about. Wagon Tracks was not only the best quality film yet seen at an Evening Under The Stars event, but it also showcased Bill Hart's dramatic acting ability. And of course, what would the evening be without Ray Lowe's musical accompaniment, marvelous as always with his original scores? Ray's musical ability to make these silent classics come to life is considered so important that the evening was moved from its usual spot in the middle of August to July 29th to accommodate his schedule.

Highlights of the evening included an address by L. A. County Supervisor Kathryn Barger and a presentation to long-term park manager Norm Phillips for his years of service and his close cooperation with FOHP.

Sherron Blowers and her amazing committee are to be congratulated on the effort, planning, long hours, and frustration that go into the production of the evening. Without the talent, contacts, experience, dedication and persistence of five very committed people, the event most likely would not even exist. Planning began back in April, and the quality of the evening reflected the effort.

There are many ways to evaluate the success of an event. No matter how it is measured, every metric that can be applied to the evening of July 29 will register at or near 12 on a scale of one to ten.

And to put a cherry on top of the fun and enjoyment, proceeds from Silent Auction bidding and ticket sales exceeded last years record total, all of which will go toward the continuing maintenance and improvements at Hart Park.

Bill Blowers

The Event!

Silents Under the Stars:

Featuring William S. Hart starring with his real-life sweetheart, Jane Novak from 1919, “Wagon Tracks

As always, our movie will be accompanied LIVE by Mr. Ray Lowe at the keyboard.

What else?

This year we're proud to showcase

The Saguaro Sisters with Will Ryan

Featuring singing cowgirls Shona, Karona & Katriona performing Western Skiffle or, as they call it, “Jazz on the Range”, written and accompanied by guitarist, voice actor and comedian Will Ryan.

But that's not all!...

Evening Mansion Tours & Patio Seating -- 6pm

Western Silent Auction

BBQ Dinner from Rattler’s -- 7pm


William. S. HART PARK



(formerly San Fernando Rd.)

Newhall, CA


From L.A. area, take I-5 North, Golden State Freeway, to I-14 North, Antelope Valley Freeway  

Exit at Newhall Avenue (the old San Fernando Road) West, which is the first off-ramp.

Turn right (North) on Newhall Avenue (the old San Fernando Road).

Travel about 1 miles and cross the railroad tracks.

Just after crossing the railroad tracks, the Park is on your left.

Once you have come through the main gate, park anywhere in the lower lot. Do not go up the hill in your vehicle.

Proceed to Hart Hall to check in and join the fun!

Click here for a map

SCV In The Movies

Our event will be hosted by “SCV In The Movies” hosts E.J. Stephens and Bill West


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