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SLO GRANGE FARMERS MARKET
This farmers market is held every Tuesday in the Grange parking lot from
ISRAELI FOLK DANCING
January 27 (7-8:15pm)
Israeli Folk Dancing CBD is happy to announce that Israeli Folk Dancing will take place Sunday evenings from 7-8:15pm. Dancing is great exercise for the body and the brain while the music and movement feeds the soul. We will start with simple dances, and everything will be taught, so no experience is necessary, nor do you need a partner. Just bring a bottle of water, your energy, and be ready for a good time.
31st Robert Burn's Celebration
January 27 (4:30pm)
The Central Coast Scottish Society presents the annual Burn's Night Supper, with entertainer Peter Daldry, and spedial performance by The Central Coast Pipes & Drums and also The Skylarks. Reservations include a wonderful catered Scottish dinner,including a taste of Haggis, and dessert. Reservations must be in by January 19th. call 434-5225 for more information.
Cost: $50.00 per person
BURNS AND KRISTY
January 27 (1pm)
Indie folk-pop group Burns and Kristy will be performing on Jan. 27 as a part of Songwriters at Play.
Cost: No cover (tips only)
January 27 (1:00-4:00 pm)
Songwriters At Play presents Burns & Kristy who bring together two veteran musicians, a husband-wife team whose music has been described as "indie-folky-pop with a spiritual and whimsical attitude." Terry Burns –a Columbia Records recording artist as the youngest of the Burn Sisters. Ron Kristy who’s music has been heard on “Dancing with the Stars and Fox Sports. Special guests include recent Cal Poly grad Evan Brown, Bay Area bluegrass artist John Roy Zat, guitar wizard Dorian Michael, and local writer Amie Richie.
January 27 (3:00pm)
The San Luis Chamber Orchestra is performing Sunday, January 27 at 3:00pm at the Community Presbyterian Church, 2250 Yorkshire Drive, Cambria. On the program is Mendelssohn’s Konzertstuck in d minor for Clarinet, Bassoon and Orchestra; Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto #4 for Violin and Two Flutes; and tangos and Hungarian dances performed by James Riccardo, violin, Ron Kiel, violin, and Marian Gilbert, piano. $10 donation at the door. For information: 528-7795 or www.sanluischamberorchestra.org.
Cost: $10 donation at the door
Writers and Literature
January 27 (6 pm)
Special Free-for-all reading. Poets will bring ten minutes worth of their favorite poems to read.
Sports and Wellness
FIGHT LIKE A GIRL
Lessons and Classes
January 27 (10am-1pm)
The upcoming ‘Fight Like a Girl’ seminar, presented by Central Coast Krav Maga, aims to educate women on building the mentality to fight back in threatening situations. The self-defense and empowerment seminar will be held at the Budo Ryu, on Sunday January 27th from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. It is $20 to pre-register (contact: firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up) and $25 at the door. Proceeds from this seminar benefit the Women’s Shelter Program of San Luis Obispo County.
Cost: $20 pre-register $25 day-of
Lectures and Learning
INTRODUCTION TO ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS6
January 27 (9:00 AM)
INTRODUCTION TO ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS6 - January 26-27, 2013 | 9am-5pm | $229 Have you tried to use Photoshop without lessons? Did it overwhelm you, even intimidate you? Would you like to learn how to do what you KNOW the program can do? Hal Schmitt’s patient and informative teaching style will help demystify this amazing program. Spend a weekend learning the basics which will carry you through to a more full understanding of the Photoshop.
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