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SLO GRANGE FARMERS MARKET
This farmers market is held every Tuesday in the Grange parking lot from
January 24 (6:30-9:30 pm)
Songwriters At Play presents The Salty Suites, an LA-based band whose members share a passion for roots and bluegrass, as well as traditional mountain music. Compared to Nickel Creek and Newgrass Revival. Scott Gates on Mandolin, Chelsea Williams on Guitar, Chuck Hailes on Bass and all on vocals. Guest performers include: Loren Radis, Chad Schmid, Chris Gaul, CV Wells, and a new duo called Jane and Michael Banks on Jan. 24.
January 24 (8-11pm)
Come check out The Kicks at Luna Live during Late Night Happy Hour! No cover and there will be delicious drink specials. The Kicks have been bringing their unique progressive roots reggae sound and positive vibes to the Central Coast of California and beyond since 2003. Driven to play out of a passion for life and a deep love of music and friends, The Kicks deliver a unique and soulful blend of roots era reggae, jazz, and ska which never fails to get the crowd excited! Jan. 24.
Writers and Literature
January 24 (6:30pm)
Poets on the Edge at the Los Osos Library. Featured poets: Evelyn Cole and Youssef Alaoui-Fdili at 6:30pm on Jan. 24. Open mic follows. Poetry night is a free event.
Nature Driven Art, The Land Conservancy SLO
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 24 (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.
Lectures and Learning
SHOULDER PAIN SOLUTIONS SEMINAR
January 24 (5–7pm)
Twin Cities Community Hospital is proud to announce its next complimentary seminar offered to the public. The Shoulder Pain Solutions Seminar will be taught by Twin Cities Community Hospital’s Sports Medicine Dr. Kevin Forsythe on Jan. 24 from 5–7pm. Complimentary dinner will be served to seminar attendees at 5pm and the seminar follows at 5:30pm. The seminar will cover shoulder pain issues as well as diagnosis, advanced treatment options, the role of in-office ultrasound and a question and answer segment with Dr. Kevin Forsythe. Attendees will gather at the Founders’ Pavilion, inside the Morgan Conference Center. The Founders’ Pavilion is located west of the main entrance at Twin Cities Community Hospital. To RSVP, call 434-4965. For information about Twin Cities Community Hospital visit twincitieshospital.com.
January 24 (11am)
Mark Belrose is the Chief of the Western Range National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) Support Branch at Vandenberg Air Force Base. The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency collects remotely sensed data, physical geography, land cover and cultural data around the world. This data helps its mission partners visualize the world, support the safe navigation of land, air and sea. Join them at the Kennedy Library on Jan. 24 from 11am-12pm in the Data Studio (111C).
January 24 (9am-12pm)
Join Spokes for the 'Forming a Nonprofit Corporation and Obtaining 501(c)(3) Exemption Status' workshop. We will review the entire process of forming a nonprofit corporation and filing for 501(c)(3)nonprofit exemption status to ensure your organization is in compliance and your application is approved! This is an ideal learning opportunity for anyone considering starting a new nonprofit entity. Jan. 24.
Clubs, Meetings, and Discussion Groups
January 24 (6pm)
Explore healing using acupuncture and herbal medicine in cancer care recovery. Join our "Traditional Chinese Medicine in a Modern World" lecture series. All welcome, enjoy free herbal tea, ear acupuncture, and thereafter put your knowledge to use with healing whole foods at the farmers market. Jan. 24.
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