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The 14th Annual Rubber Ducky Festival! Adopt a Duck Now!



All proceeds from this event go toward patient care services at SDFHC, which offers affordable, quality, primary health care for residents of the Santa Clarita Valley. SDFHC makes a special effort to serve the under and uninsured.
Our 2015 event provided over 2200 patient visits for the uninsured!

  In addition to the rubber duck races, the event includes a food court area, with popular gourmet food trucks, vendors and non-profit community partners, a stage and program filled with local talent and performers, and a “Kid Zone” area, complete with a rock climbing wall, face-painting, air bouncer, games, activities, and an appearance of the Los Angeles County Fire Department’s “Shakey Quakey” house! Community partner Alan Ferdman returns as Chairman for the Rubber Ducky Planning Committee, and we welcome Supervisor Antonovich back as the Honorary Chairman of the event.

  About Samuel Dixon Family Health Centers, Inc.

SDFHC was established in 1980 and named for long-time Val Verde resident and minister, the late Reverend Samuel Dixon. As the only non-profit health center founded and based in the Santa Clarita Valley, SDFHC serves the greater Santa Clarita Valley and is governed by a local board of directors, all of whom are Santa Clarita residents. The mission of SDFHC is to enhance wellness by providing quality primary health care services to un-served and underserved residents, with a special emphasis on serving the uninsured. Easily accessible services are available for the entire family in both English and Spanish. Medi-Cal, Blue Cross and Healthy Families are all accepted, and a sliding fee scale is offered, keeping health care affordable for all. SDFHC is supported by countless individuals as well as corporate sponsors who help make affordable health care possible. Tax-deductible contributions are welcome. Health services are available at the Val Verde Health Center (661-257-4008), the Canyon Country Health Center (661-424-1220), and the Newhall Health Center (661-291-1777).   

Check out these great *FREE* activities for the whole family: 

Balloon artists:

On-site art classes:


Come see the Los Angeles County Fire Department Shakey Quakey House!


Event Food Options:



For event attendees, we have great raffle prizes from the following locations:


  • Second Place
    Second Place
  • Third Place
    Third Place

Meet Our 2016 Event Host:

Rick Chambers

Co-anchor of the KTLA Weekend News and Sunday



Meet Our 2016 Event Performers:

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