New Times / Calendar Events
SLO GRANGE FARMERS MARKET
This farmers market is held every Tuesday in the Grange parking lot from
Public meeting on proposed power plant in Cuyama
January 28 (5:30 pm)
Residents are invited to learn about the county’s first proposed utility-scale solar (40 MW) power plant proposed for Cuyama. It could produce enough electricity for 13,000 homes and would displace 25,000 metric tons of greenhouse gases each year. It would occupy 327 acres of actively cultivated, irrigated land, 167 of which may need to be removed from the Williamson Act ag preserve. A representative of First Solar will make a presentation followed by Q&A. Info: email@example.com.
January 28 (6:30-9:00 pm)
Songwriters At Play presents Aaron Porter –leader of the SLO-based band called Porter. He sounds like Tom Waits.- Influenced by Wilco, Cash, and Hornsby. Special guests include Maddy Hunt (formerly of Sassafras Union).
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
ECSTATIC DANCE IN THE MORNING WITH TOBEY
Lessons and Classes
January 28 (8:30 - 9:30)
Ecstatic Dance in the Morning with Tobey: This fun dance class combines a warm up with stretching & qi gong leading into a metabolism boosting 30+ minute wave of eclectic 5 Rhythms dancing a la Gabrielle Roth and Soul Motion with Vinn Marti. We then end with a soulful cool down that brings a good vibrational tune up to the rest of your day. Mon Weds Fri 8:30-9:30 am. $5 per class or $50 for the month. Amethyst Annex 604 Main St Cambria. Sunday Dec 9th, 10 am we'll meet for a longer class $8.
Cost: $5 per or $50 per month
Community Notebook 11/20/14-11/27/14 Testing the waters: Locals prepare to submit a nomination to create a National Marine Sanctuary along the Central Coast Faculty association and Santa Maria Joint Union High School District struggle to come to terms with contract Political Watch 11/20/14 Community Corner: Santa Maria Keller Williams holds Toys for Tots drive Students and employers want a four-year college in Northern Santa Barbara County Pipeline crunch-time: A Nov. 21 hearing looms as Nipomo stakeholders consider key water decisions