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Film and TV
This class takes place on Sun. and is taught by a professional film actor/director. Annual LA trips to perform for talent agents and casting directors.
SLO GRANGE FARMERS MARKET
This farmers market is held every Tuesday in the Grange parking lot from
AUDITIONS GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS
January 15 (7pm-8:30pm)
Attention Central Coast actors: outstanding roles for 7 men are available in this Pulitzer Prize-winning stage production. Auditions will be held on Jan. 15 from 7-8:30pm. You will be required to read from a script. Performance dates are March 8-9. Produced by Bent Angel Productions with Chrys Barnes directing. Email email@example.com for an online link to the script and more info. Rated R for language.
Special Art Events
The Land Conservancy SLO is proud to present Laurel Sherrie’s paintings, "Nature-Driven Art," highlights of the Central Coast to Jan. 31, 2013, including new work depicting the Open Spaces of San Luis Obispo. 547 Marsh St., San Luis Obispo 93401 (805) 544-9096 Hours : Mon-Fri: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sports and Wellness
January 15 (6:30pm)
Cycling targets a wide variety of abilities, fitness levels and goals. You control the resistance and thus the intensity of the workout.Class meets: 1/8-4/16 Tu 6:30-7:30p $42,Class meets: 1/10-4/18 Th 6:30-7:30p $42.
CHILDREN AND TEENS SUPPORT GROUP
January 15 (6pm)
The Hearst Cancer Center, Jack's Helping Hand, and Coastal Integrative Cancer Care have teamed up to provide support services to children and teens ages 7-18 who have loved ones in cancer treatment. A licensed Marriage and Family Therapist facilitates the group on the third Tuesday of each month at the Hearst Cancer Resource Center. This is an ongoing event.
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