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January 18

Farmers Market

SLO GRANGE FARMERS MARKET
(3-6pm)

This farmers market is held every Tuesday in the Grange parking lot from

Mary White
marylwhite.mail@gmail.com
Phone: 762-4688

2880 Broad St.
SLO

Cost: Free

SAN LUIS OBISPO DOWNTOWN FARMERS MARKET
(6-9pm)

The San Luis Obispo Farmers Market takes place every Thursday from 6-9pm on Higuera St. between Osos and Nipomo and includes over 120 vendors of produce, dairy, barbecue, flowers, and more.

Downtown Association
Phone: 541-0286
http://dowtownslo.com

Farmers' Market
Higuera St.
SLO

Cost: Free

ARROYO GRANDE
(8:30am)

In the Smart & Final parking lot on the corner of Grand Ave. and Courtland on Wed. at

Phone: 544-9570

Arroyo Grande

NIPOMO CERTIFIED FARMERS MARKET
(11am-2:30pm)

Takes place on Sundays from

glenn5612@att.net
Phone: 929-3081

Monarch Club
1645 Trilogy Parkway
Nipomo

Cost: Free

SAN LUIS OBISPO
(8-10:45am)

At the Promenade parking lot near World Market (off Madonna Road), Sat. from

Phone: 544-9570

SLO

TEMPLETON
(9am-12:30pm)

In the Town Park on Sat.

Phone: 748-1109

at 6th and Crocker Streets
Templeton

LOS OSOS/BAYWOOD PARK
(2-4:30pm)

Mondays.

Phone: 748-1109

At Second and Santa Maria Streets
Los Osos

PASO ROBLES
(3-6pm)

Tues. at City Park from

Phone: 748-1109
http://northcountyfarmersmarkets.com

11th and Spring St.
Paso Robles

Stage

SLOLIO - A GATHERING OF TRUE STORIES AT LINNAEA'S
January 18 (7pm)

SLOlio, the monthly storytelling events at Linnaea’s are open to anyone who has a true story to share based on a theme and told without notes. The next event is Jan. 18 with the theme Second Chance.

Kirk Henning
slolio@slolio.org
Phone: 995-2867
http://slolio.org

Linnaea’s Cafe
1110 Garden St.
San Luis Obispo 93401

Cost: Free

Film and TV

Free Movie For Kids
January 18 (3:30-5pm)

Jan. 18. All ages. Call for title.

Margaret Kensinger-Klopfer
mkensingerklopfer@slolibrary.org
Phone: 781-4796
http://slolibrary.org

Atascadero Library
6555 Capistrano
Atascadero 93422

Cost: Free

Free Movie for Teens/Adults
January 18 (2-4pm)

Jan. 18. This documentary tells the incredible true story of Buck Brannaman, the unusually perceptive cowboy whose remarkable ability to communicate with horses inspired both Nicholas Evans' novel The Horse Whisperer, and the hit Robert Redford film that followed.

Margaret Kensinger-Klopfer
mkensingerklopfer@slolibrary.org
Phone: 781-4796
http://slolibrary.org

San Miguel Library
254 13th St.
San Miguel 93451

Cost: Free

SPIRITUAL MOVIE NIGHT - THE TWELVE POWERS
January 18 (6:30pm)

On Jan. 18, Unity founder Charles Fillmore's classic book The Twelve Powers comes to life in this exciting documentary about a worldwide meditation conducted by NY Times bestselling author and filmmaker James Twyman in February of 2016.

Chris Garey
chris@peacefulpoint.com
Phone: 489-7359

Peaceful Point
2850 Peaceful Point Lane
Arroyo Grande 93420

Cost: $10

Music

STIG
STIG Live
STIG
January 18 (10pm)

Boston funk band, Jan. 18.

Ryan Stigmon
stigfunk@gmail.com
Phone: (928) 255-3294
http://stigfunk.com

Frog and Peach Pub
728 Higuera St.
San Luis Obispo 93401

Cost: Free

Art

LITERALLY: IDENTITY AND THE WRITTEN WORD
LITERALLY: IDENTITY AND THE WRITTEN WORD
January 18

through Jan. 29. Featuring sculpture and prints by Lisa Occhipinti.

info@sloma.org
Phone: 805-543-8562
http://sloma.org

San Luis Obispo Museum of Art
1010 Broad St.
San Luis Obispo 93401

Creativity GROUP
Creativity GROUP
Artists
January 18 (10:30am-3pm)

Held each Wednesday, through Feb. 1.

Ann Brown
mullion425@charter.net
Phone: 534-9708
http://artcentermorrobay.org

Art Center Morro Bay
835 Main St.
Morro Bay 93442

Cost: Free

THE PHOTOGRAPHY OF JOE JOSEPHS
Pines Fog
THE PHOTOGRAPHY OF JOE JOSEPHS
Artists
January 18

through Jan. 31. Joe Josephs is a photographer who splits his time between NYC and the Central Coast. His photographs have been published in the New York Times and on CNN.

Cambria Library
ocstaff@slolibrary.org
Phone: 927-4336
http://slolibrary.org

Cambria Library
1043 Main St.
Cambria 93428

Cost: Free

NEW VISIONS
Call For Artists
January 18

Welcomes photographers to delve into subjects, themes, and motifs that expose new images in the world today. Deadline is to submit Feb. 1.

BeJae Blake
jkocsis@sloma.org
Phone: 543-8562
http://sloma.org

San Luis Obispo Museum of Art
1010 Broad St.
San Luis Obispo 93401

Cost: $20

FLO BARTELL: BLOODLINES
Saving Stories
FLO BARTELL: BLOODLINES
Museums
January 18

Dec. 2 through Jan. 29, with an opening reception Dec. 3 from 3 to 5pm.

Jody Kocsis
jkocsis@sloma.org
Phone: 543-8562
http://sloma.org

San Luis Obispo Museum of Modern Art
1010 Broad St.
San Luis Obispo 93401

Cost: Free

THE PEACE LIBRARY
Books are displayed in unusual recycled niches.
THE PEACE LIBRARY
Openings and Receptions
January 18

Dec. 2, runs through Jan. 28. Exhibition of handmade books by artists and community members. Books are created using a variety of conceptual forms and materials. Plus wearable art and peace-themed crafts made from recycled materials.

Melinda Forbes
peacelibrary.slo@gmail.com
Phone: 438-5077
http://thepeacelibrary.org

Steynberg Gallery
1531 Monterey St.
San Luis Obispo 93401

Cost: Free

MICHAEL MILLER EXHIBIT
Michael Barton Miller, “Seacon Square,” graphite on paper, 90” x 70”
MICHAEL MILLER EXHIBIT
Openings and Receptions
January 18

through Feb. 10.

Garet Zook
gzook@calpoly.edu
Phone: 756-1571

University Art Gallery
Building 34, Cal Poly
San Luis Obispo 93407

Cost: Free

Oceans
Oceans
Oceans
Special Art Events
January 18

through Jan. 31. Paso Robles artists express their relationship with the great ocean in this exhibit.

Carlota Santa Cruz
carlota@carlotasantacruz.com
http://pasoroblesartassociation.org

Paso Robles Art Association Showroom at Studios on the Park
1130 Pine St.
Paso Robles 93446

Cost: Free

Kid Stuff

SLO CHILDREN'S MUSEUM STUDIO PROJECT: WINDY FOIL PAINTING
January 18 (10am-5pm)

The cold winds swirl in the winter. Swirl blue and white paint with cotton on a sheet of foil, through Jan. 22.

Sheryl
info@slocm.org
Phone: 545-5874
http://.slom.org

San Luis Obispo Children's Museum
1010 Nipomo St.
San Luis Obispo 93410

Cost: Admission

After school pottery classes
Create and Learn
January 18

through March 7. After school pottery is a place where kids have the freedom to create with clay using the wheel, sculpting, and handbuilding.

Shevon Sullivan
anamcre.ss@gmail.com
Phone: 896-6197
http://anamcre.com

Anam Cre Pottery
1243 Monterey St. Ste. 100
San Luis Obispo 93401

Cost: $30 per class

BABY AND ME YOGA CLASS
Get Fit
January 18 (1-2pm)

Baby & Me yoga is a hybrid of developmental movements for babies and post-natal re-integration for the mamas, through Feb. 22.

Mary S Sennewald
marysage108@gmail.com
Phone: 801-5781
http://arroyograndeyoga.com

Yoga Village
132 West Branch St.
Arroyo Grande 93420

Cost: $15-$45

Lectures and Learning

Free "Practical Grape Growing” Seminar
Free "Practical Grape Growing” Seminar
January 18 (1–3:30pm )

The Independent Grape Growers of the Paso Robles Area (IGGPRA) is hosting a series of 8 seminars in 2017. The first seminar will be about advanced pruning strategies, farm labor challenges, and cover crops for erosion control and their agronomics. Jan. 18.

Lowell Zelinski
president@iggpra.com
Phone: 591-4204

La Quinta Inn and Suites
2615 Buena Vista Dr.
Paso Robles 93446

Cost: Free

MORNING ROUTINE THE AYURVEDA WAY
Classes
January 18 (1:30pm)

With instructor Dena Kaigel. Learn to feel more balanced by creating a daily self care ritual that will allow you to experience more happiness, minimize or eradicate joint pain and discomfort, and sleep better. Jan. 18.

Kathleen
kathleenaragon@att.net
Phone: 466-1886

Atascadero Senior Center
5905 East Mall (facing Sunken Gardens)
Atascadero 93422

Cost: Free