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January 28 - February 4

Film and TV

FILM AND TV  ACTING CLASSES FOR ADULTS, YOUTH, AND TEENS
FILM AND TV ACTING CLASSES FOR ADULTS, YOUTH, AND TEENS
(Times vary)

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.

Aaron Metchik
act@actorsedge.com
Phone: 310-910-1228
http://actorsedge.com

La Perla Del Mar
205 Windward Ave.
Shell Beach

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

Special Events

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: jeanne@jeannesparks.com.

Jeanne Sparks
jeanne@jeannesparks.com
Phone: 805.739.1836
http://www.centralcoastgreenteam.org

IHOP
202 Nicholson Ave
Santa Maria 93458

Cost: free

Music

ROOTSY ROCKER AARON PORTER HEADLINES
Aaron Porter
ROOTSY ROCKER AARON PORTER HEADLINES
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).

Steve Key
stevekey57@gmail.com
Phone: 805-204-6821
http://www.songwritersatplay.com

Upper Crust Trattoria
11560 Los Osos Valley Road
San Luis Obispo 93401

Cost: Free

Art

Nature Driven Art, The Land Conservancy SLO
Johnson Ranch, Evening Shadows
Nature Driven Art, The Land Conservancy SLO
Special Art Events
January 28

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

Laurel Sherrie
laurel@laurelsherrie.com
Phone: 805 473 4640
http://www.laurelsherrie.com

Land Conservancy SLO
547 Marsh Street
San Luis Obispo 93401

Cost: free

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.

Tobey
tobeycrockett@gmail.com
Phone: 805 203 5183
http://www.tobeycrockett.com

Amethyst Annex
604 Main Street
Cambria 93428

Cost: $5 per or $50 per month

Art

Nature Driven Art, The Land Conservancy SLO
Johnson Ranch, Evening Shadows
Nature Driven Art, The Land Conservancy SLO
Special Art Events
January 29

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

Laurel Sherrie
laurel@laurelsherrie.com
Phone: 805 473 4640
http://www.laurelsherrie.com

Land Conservancy SLO
547 Marsh Street
San Luis Obispo 93401

Cost: free

Sports and Wellness

INDOOR CYCLING
INDOOR CYCLING
January 29 (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.

San Luis Coastal Adult School
sconrad@slcusd.org
Phone: 805-549-1222
http://ae.slcusd.org

Morro Bay High School
235 Atascadero Rd.
Morro Bay 93442

Cost: 42.00

Support Groups

BIRTH AND BABY RESOURCE NETWORK'S BIRTH STORIES SHARING CIRCLE
January 29 (7-8:30)

January 29th 7-8:30pm The wisdom of the sharing circle makes this FREE event a perennial favorite. Whether you just gave birth or your children are having children of their own, telling your birth story is powerful. When pregnant couples hear real stories of real births it opens their eyes, inspires and motivates them. Bring stories of joy and challenges surmounted, or victimization and despair. All stories will be honored.

Birth and Baby Resource Network
info.bbrn@gmail.com
Phone: (805) 546-3755

EcoBambino
863 Monterey Street
San Luis Obispo 93401

Cost: Free

Special Events

ENVIRONMENTALISTS RENDEZVOUS
January 30 (7:00 p.m.)

4th annual Environmentalists’ Rendezvous. Hear what major environmental groups in SLO county are doing and their plans for 2013. A unique opportunity to hear from representatives of seven key organizations in one place. Presentations from Sierra Club, Alliance for Nuclear Responsibility, Audubon Society, CoastKeeper, SLO Green Build, SLO Land Conservancy, Surfrider, followed by your questions and comments. Steynberg Gallery.

Joe Morris
dpj1942@earthlink.net
Phone: 549-0355
http://www.santalucia.sierraclub.org

Steynberg Gallery
1531 Monterey Street
San Luis Obispo 93401

Cost: free

Wine Wednesday
Wine Wednesday
Wine Bar Events
January 30 (5:30pm - 8pm )

In celebration of Restaurant Month, in addition to our month long special pre-fixe menu, we have partnered with Hearst Ranch Winery to host a special Wine Wednesday promotion. Guests will have the opportunity to meet the winemaker and sample several varieties of their wines. In addition, full glasses and bottles will be available of specific paired options to best compliment the menu. The pre-fixe menu is available as a complete 3 course dinner for $30 per person as well as a la carte.

Shari
Events@motherstavern.com
Phone: 805-541-8733
http://www.motherstavern.com

Mothers Tavern
725 Higuera Street
San Luis Obispo 93401

Cost: complimentary tastings with pre fixe menu purchase

Film and TV

<em>WE ARE LEGION</em>: <em>THE STORY OF THE HACKTAVISTS (ABOUT ANONYMOUS)
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flyer for the film event
WE ARE LEGION: THE STORY OF THE HACKTAVISTS (ABOUT ANONYMOUS)
January 30 (7pm)

takes us inside the world of Anonymous, the radical "hacktivist" collective. Around the world, governments and corporations are taking notice as this loosely organized underground group brings down websites and interrupts commerce. Could this be the beginning of a new and powerful voice for democratic ideals or another rogue player to beware? Jan. 30.

bob banner
info@hopedance.org
Phone: 762-4848
http://hopedance.org/events/icalrepeat.detail/2013/01/30/214

Palm
817 Palm St.
San Luis Obispo

Cost: $7

Music

BLUES MASTERS JAM SESSION
Blues Masters Jam Session
BLUES MASTERS JAM SESSION
January 30 (6:30-9:30pm)

Every Wednesday Night Hosted by Craig Louis Dingman of Code Blues

Charlie
charlesbrunetti@att.net
Phone: 773-8300
http://shellcafepismo.com

Blues Masters Jam Session
1351 Price St.
Pismo Beach 93449

Art

Nature Driven Art, The Land Conservancy SLO
Johnson Ranch, Evening Shadows
Nature Driven Art, The Land Conservancy SLO
Special Art Events
January 30

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

Laurel Sherrie
laurel@laurelsherrie.com
Phone: 805 473 4640
http://www.laurelsherrie.com

Land Conservancy SLO
547 Marsh Street
San Luis Obispo 93401

Cost: free

Sports and Wellness

ECSTATIC DANCE IN THE MORNING WITH TOBEY
Lessons and Classes
January 30 (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.

Tobey
tobeycrockett@gmail.com
Phone: 805 203 5183
http://www.tobeycrockett.com

Amethyst Annex
604 Main Street
Cambria 93428

Cost: $5 per or $50 per month

Music

JODY MULGREW BRINGS HIS SKELETON CREW TO A.G.
Jody Mulgrew
JODY MULGREW BRINGS HIS SKELETON CREW TO A.G.
January 31 (6:30-9:30pm)

Songwriters At Play presents Jody Mulgrew, Winner of the New Times Music Awards “Best Album” last year for his CD "Rocket Ship." Special guests include Matthew White of The Ballistic Cats band. Jan. 31.

Steve Key
stevekey57@gmail.com
Phone: 604-6821
http://songwritersatplay.com

SLO Down Pub
1200 E. Grand Ave.
Arroyo Grande

Cost: Free

Art

Nature Driven Art, The Land Conservancy SLO
Johnson Ranch, Evening Shadows
Nature Driven Art, The Land Conservancy SLO
Special Art Events
January 31

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

Laurel Sherrie
laurel@laurelsherrie.com
Phone: 805 473 4640
http://www.laurelsherrie.com

Land Conservancy SLO
547 Marsh Street
San Luis Obispo 93401

Cost: free

Sports and Wellness

INDOOR CYCLING
INDOOR CYCLING
January 31 (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.

San Luis Coastal Adult School
sconrad@slcusd.org
Phone: 805-549-1222
http://ae.slcusd.org

Morro Bay High School
235 Atascadero Rd.
Morro Bay 93442

Cost: 42.00

Lectures and Learning

THE DATA STUDIO PRESENTS NAVIGATING OPENSTREETMAP WITH JOE LARSON
THE DATA STUDIO PRESENTS NAVIGATING OPENSTREETMAP WITH JOE LARSON
January 31 (11am)

Joe Larson is a GIS Specialist with Cal Fire. He will explain how Cal Fire uses Open Street Map (OSM), an open access geographic information system (GIS) resource, to create detailed maps of the local community that include various assets and structures. Join us at the Kennedy Library on Jan. 31 from 11am-noon in the Data Studio (111C). Faculty, students and community members are welcome.

Jeanine Scaramozzino
jscaramo@calpoly.edu
Phone: 756-5677
http://libguides.calpoly.edu/datastudio

Robert E. Kennedy Library
Cal Poly
San Luis Obispo

Cost: Free

UNDERSTANDING OUR KIDS' OFF-LINE AND ONLINE SOCIAL WORLD: FRIENDSHIPS, CLIQUES, AND POWER PLAYS
Announcements
January 31 (6:30pm)

On Jan. 31 author Trudy Ludwig will be featured in a presentation for parents and community members. Her talk will focus on relational aggression, cyberbullying, sexting, tips, tools, and resources to help empower children in their social world. It will be held at Laguna Middle School at 6:30pm. The presentation is free.

Sally Rogow
srogow@capslo.org
Phone: 547-9465

Laguna Middle School
11050 Los Osos Valley Rd.
San Luis Obispo

Cost: Free

Music

FEBRUARY BROWN BAG CONCERT
The Mudskippers
FEBRUARY BROWN BAG CONCERT
February 1 (Noon)

On Feb. 1 the Noontime Downtown Brown Bag Concert welcomes friends of Brown Bag, "The Mudskippers," playing traditional Mardi Gras music. Bring your Mardi Gras beads, umbrellas/parasols, white handkerchiefs or fans, and join in the Second Line. Concert begins at noon and doors open at 11:45am. Fair Trade coffee and chocolate available.

Mike Suddarth
fmsuddarth@charter.net
Phone: 540-4312

First Presbyterian Church
951 Marsh St.
San Luis Obispo

Cost: Free

Art

EAT YOUR HEART OUT, A ST. VALENTINE'S DAY MASSACRE GROUP ART SHOW
Eat Your Heart Out.....group art show at Art After Dark Februrary
EAT YOUR HEART OUT, A ST. VALENTINE'S DAY MASSACRE GROUP ART SHOW
Openings and Receptions
February 1

Bring a date to this unique Valentine's day celebration. See original pieces from local artists: Lena Rushing, Joshua Jesse, Scott Osburn, Lisa Harrison, Isaac Yorke, Sawdust, Miss Becky, Lakin, Hamilton, Steve Taggard, and Danny Derrick. Music by D.J. Curtis, and refreshments to be served. Live photo booth. Feb. 1 from 6-9pm. Please join us at the new location of Tigerlily Salon

Lisa Harrison
ldivine36@gmail.com
Phone: 619-318-1642

Tigerlily Salon
659 Higuera St.
San Luis Obispo

Cost: Free

ART AFTER DARK
ART AFTER DARK
Special Art Events
February 1 (6-9pm)

Art After Dark is a free, self-guided tour of galleries and non-traditional art venues (think coffee shops, jewelers, churches, etc.) showcasing the work of local visual, literary, and performing artists. Held the first Friday of the month in downtown San Luis Obispo, it’s an evening of art, community and culture! Feb. 1, 6-9pm. Art After Dark is a program of ARTS Obispo.

Jenna Hartzell
programs@artsobispo.org
Phone: 544-9251
http://artsobispo.org/artafterdark.php

Downtown San Luis Obispo

Cost: Free

Sports and Wellness

FREE PROJECT OF LIGHT CLINIC
February 1 (11:00am to 2:00pm)

Global Alliance for Balance and Healing will be providing free sessions of light and tone on Feb. 1 at the Santa Margarita Community Hall. No appointment is necessary. All are welcome. Come and enjoy a free tune-up facilitated by Global Alliance Healing Team members.

Wendy McKenna
wendy@globalalliance.ws
Phone: 438-4347
http://globalalliance.ws

Santa Margarita Community Hall
corner of Murphy St. and I St.
Santa Margarita

Cost: free

FREE PROJECT OF LIGHT CLINIC IN SANTA MARGARITA
February 1 (11:00 AM - 2:00 PM)

Global Alliance for Balance and Healing will hold a free Project of Light Clinic each month in 2012. Free sessions of light and tone will be offered the first Friday of each month from 11:00am to 2:00pm at the Santa Margarita Community Hall, on the corner of I Street and Murphy Street. No appointment is necessary. All are welcome. Come and enjoy a free tune up facilitated by Global Alliance Healing Team members.

Elizabeth Sullivan
elizabeth@globalalliance.ws
Phone: 805-438-4347

Santa Margarita Community Hall
Corner of I and Murphy Streets
Santa Margarita 93401

Cost: Free

ECSTATIC DANCE IN THE MORNING WITH TOBEY
Lessons and Classes
February 1 (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.

Tobey
tobeycrockett@gmail.com
Phone: 805 203 5183
http://www.tobeycrockett.com

Amethyst Annex
604 Main Street
Cambria 93428

Cost: $5 per or $50 per month

Lectures and Learning

IT STARTS WITH ME: BUILDING A COMMUNITY WITHOUT BULLYING
Announcements
February 1 (8am-4pm)

On Feb. 1, an all-day conference will be held at Cuesta College on bullying. It is geared towards high school-aged youth, early childhood and K-12 educators, youth-serving professionals, and others interested in bringing about positive changes in their schools and communities.

Sally Rogow
srogow@capslo.org
Phone: 547-9465

Cuesta College Conference Center
North Highway 1
San Luis Obispo

Cost: $50

Special Events

FAMILY HISTORY DAY WITH APRYL COX
February 2

The San Luis Obispo County Genealogy Society will host an all-day seminar on Feb. 2, at the IOOF Hall from 8:30am-3:30pm. Accredited Genealogist, Apryl Cox will conduct four sessions showing how to identify ancestors when no "smoking gun" or direct evidence records exist. There is no advanced registration. Cost is $20 at the door

Cafi Cohen
Cafi.cohen@gmail.com
Phone: 441-2180
http://slocgs.org/#feb2013

SLOCGS Family History Day
520 Dana St.
San Luis Obispo

Music

CLASSICS CONCERT: SCHEHERAZADE WITH SAN LUIS OBISPO SYMPHONY
San Luis Obispo Symphony
CLASSICS CONCERT: SCHEHERAZADE WITH SAN LUIS OBISPO SYMPHONY
February 2 (8pm)

On Feb. 2 at 8 pm, Maestro Nowak has an amazing evening with the San Luis Obispo Symphony planned for Classics III: “Scheherazade.” The Symphony will present 1,001 Arabian Nights set to music in Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s colorful and exotic “Scheherazade." Mozart’s “Great G minor Symphony” will round out this romantic night of classics with the Central Coast's favorite Symphony orchestra. A No Ties Allowed free dress rehearsal is open to the public, including young children, at 1 pm.

SLO Symphony
staff@slosymphony.com
Phone: 543-3533
http://slosymphony.com

Christopher Cohan Center
1 Grand Ave.
San Luis Obispo

Cost: $20-$75

Writers and Literature

COALESCE BOOKSTORE BOOK-SIGNING
Rebecca Wilson
COALESCE BOOKSTORE BOOK-SIGNING
February 2 (2-4pm)

Coalesce Bookstore invites you to a book-signing, Feb. 2, 2-4pm. A House with No Roof: After My Father's Assassination, by Rebecca Wilson.

Coalesce Bookstore
coalescebookstore@gmail.com
Phone: 772-2880
http://coalescebookstore.com

Coalesce Bookstore
845 Main St.
Morro Bay

Kid Stuff

BIRDIE PERFORMANCE AT THE SLO CHILDREN'S MUSEUM
Birdie - Music For The Kid In Everyone!
BIRDIE PERFORMANCE AT THE SLO CHILDREN'S MUSEUM
Special Events
February 2 (11am)

Birdie will be performing songs from their 3 CDs, including their newest, "The Kitchen Pan Band" at the SLO Children's Museum on Feb. 2. There will be 2 performances: one at 11am and the other at 1pm. Birdie is "Music For The Kid In Everyone" and was created by Teresa Gasca-Burk and Gary Burk. Their latest CD, "The Kitchen Pan Band" was recorded and co-produced with Terry Lawless of Santa Maria who is currently on the road with PINK! and also tours with U2.

Teresa Gasca-Burk
birdietunes@yahoo.com
Phone: 440-5352
http://birdietunes.com

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

ICE CREAM FOR BREAKFAST
Special Events
February 2 (9-10am)

It's time to celebrate International Ice Cream for Breakfast Day, so put on your pajamas and head on over to Doc Burnstein's Ice Cream Lab. On Feb. 2 Doc's will be handing out free scoops of delicious Maple Bacon ice cream made exclusively in Doc's lab. Ice cream will be served from 9-10am at both Doc's locations, Arroyo Grande Parlor, 114 W. Branch St., and Old Town Orcutt, 168 E. Clark Ave. Make sure to come early at either location to save your spot.

Greg Steinberger
admin@docburnsteins.com
Phone: 474-4068
http://docburnsteins.com

Doc Burnstein's Ice Cream Lab
114 W. Branch St.
Arroyo Grande

Cost: Free

The Outdoors

COUNTY WORKDAYS: EL MORRO BIKE TRAIL
February 2 (9am-noon)

Please call ECO SLO for more information at: 544-177. Workday is on Feb. 2.

Kylie
Programs@ecoslo.org
Phone: 544-1777

El Morro Bike Trail
Los Osos

Cost: Free

SWEET SPRINGS VALENTINE PLANTING PARTY
SWEET SPRINGS VALENTINE PLANTING PARTY
February 2 (9am-noon)

Be a Valentine Volunteer. Join Audubon on Feb. 9 from 9-12 to help restore wildlife habitat on the Sweet Springs Nature Preserve on the corner of 4th St and Ramona Ave., in Los Osos. We need help with planting and mulching, weeding and watering. Tools, tips, and treats provided. There will even be prizes! More info: 239-3928.

Holly Sletteland
hslettel@calpoly.edu
Phone: 239-3928

Sweet Springs Nature Preserve
600 Ramona Ave.
Los Osos

Cost: Free

Lectures and Learning

CHUMASH ALLIANCE PRESENTS CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS
Pro Solar
CHUMASH ALLIANCE PRESENTS CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS
Clubs, Meetings, and Discussion Groups
February 2 (11am)

All are welcomed to bring a chair and join us on Feb. 2 at 11am in a discussions of the dangers of Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant and the effects of the Environment and Climate Change. This will be an environmentally friendly potluck. So we ask you to bring a favorite dish and your own eating utensils. Speakers will include: Fred Collins, Administrator for the Northern Chumash Tribal Council, Molly Johnson of Mothers for Peace and H.O.M.E.S, Libbe Halevy, producer/host of Nuclear Hotseat, and Sara Gepp of AIM and Idle No More. Feel free to invite anyone that wishes to attend in a good way.

Diane Smith
lisimew@gmail.com
Phone: 238-2527

Avila Beach Park
50 San Juan St.
Avila Beach

Cost: Free

Volunteers

ADOPT-A-PET EVENTS
February 2 (11am-4pm)

take place every Saturday. Cats and kittens are spayed or neutered, tested and vaccinated prior to adoption. A free vet examination is included.

Debra Holt
DebraHolt@AOL.COM
Phone: 549-9228
http://felinenetwork.org

PetCo
Madonna Plaza Shopping Center
SLO 93405

Cost: Adoption fees are $60 for one or $80 for two

Special Events

ISRAELI FOLK DANCING
February 3 (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.

Randy Harris
office@cbdslo.org
Phone: 544-0760
http://cbdslo.org

Congregation Beth David
10180 Los Osos Valley Rd.
San Luis Obispo

Cost: Free

KIWANIS FUNDRAISING: SUPERBOWL SLIDERS
February 3 (Pick-up time is from 2-4:30pm)

The Kiwanis Club of Bay-Osos is holding a fundraising event on Feb. 3. You can purchase one Kiwanis whole tri-tip and two loaves of Kiwanis garlic bread to prepare sliders for your Superbowl party. Proceeds help fund the Kiwanis Club of Bay- Osos Foundation mission of serving the children of the world.

George Janeway
Phone: 801-8793

The Ralph's parking lot
1240 Los Osos Valley Rd.
Los Osos , CA

Cost: Meal tickets are $25 and can be purchased in advance. For more info about payments (including credit card purchases) call: 801-8793

SUPERBOWL PARTY
SUPERBOWL PARTY
February 3 (11:30am )

Come watch the big game with over 8 flat screen TVs, new craft brews, great wine, and drinks and amazing food. Tablegating packages available downstairs only, and reservations recommended. Feb. 3.

Shari
Events@motherstavern.com
Phone: 541-8733
http://motherstavern.com

Mother's Tavern
725 Higuera St.
San Luis Obispo

Cost: Free

SUPERBOWL PARTY
SUPERBOWL PARTY
Wine Bar Events
February 3 (1pm)

Enjoy specials on amazing wines, great craft brews, delicious pizzas, and complimentary Frito Boats all game long. Feb. 3.

Wine Shed
info@wineshed-slo.com
Phone: 543-9463
http://facebook.com/wineshed

Wine Shed
3590 Broad St.
San Luis Obispo

Cost: Free

Stage

OTTER ROCK SUPER BOWL PARTY: QUEST FOR SIX
February 3 (3pm)

Come celebrate the biggest football game of the year with Otter Rock on Feb. 3 at 3pm. There will be specials like $2 off beer and cocktails, $3 well drinks, $8 trip-tip sandwiches with Asian coleslaw, and a $ cup of chili to round it all out. Games and prizes will be offered up at half time, plus there will be a 50/50 raffle. Come root for your team!

jaime@otterrockcafe.com
Phone: 772-1420
http://otterrockcafe.com

Otter Rock Cafe
885 Embarcadero
Morro Bay

'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE AUDITIONS
Auditions
February 3 (4pm)

Exit Pursued by a Bear is auditioning for an upcoming production of John Ford's classic play 'Tis Pity She's a Whore which will perform in late March/ early April. Auditions will consist of readings from the script, and all roles are available. Feb. 3.

Tyler Lopez
tylermlopez@gmail.com
Phone: 698-2158

Ludwick Community Center
864 Santa Rosa St.
San Luis Obispo

Music

CHAMBER MUSIC AT THE FELLOWSHIP: INGA SWEARINGEN
February 3 (2pm)

Dynamic singer-songwriter Inga Swearingen performs at 2 pm on Feb. 3 at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.

Rebecca Sloan
rlsloan@att.net
Phone: 786-4331
http://uufslo.org

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
2201 Lawton Ave.
San Luis Obispo

Cost: $20 general; $5 students; under 12 are free.

ENCORE! KIKI EBSEN RETURNS TO SCULPTERRA
Kiki Ebsen
ENCORE! KIKI EBSEN RETURNS TO SCULPTERRA
February 3 (1-4pm)

Songwriters At Play presents Kiki Ebsen, an accomplished singer and songwriter, and also known for backing up such artists as Christopher Cross, Wilson Phillips, Boz Scaggs, Tracy Chapman, and many more. With four CDs under her belt, last year she released number five titled “The Beauty Inside.”

Steve Key
stevekey57@gmail.com
Phone: 204-6821
http://songwritersatplay.com

Sculpterra Winery
5015 Linne Rd.
Paso Robles

Cost: Free

UKULELE STRUMMERS
February 3 (2pm for beginners, 3pm for intermediates)

We meet 1st Sunday of Month. Join the Groovy Grover Strummers for a strummin' good time! Next meeting is on March 3.

Linda
lindirose2@yahoo.com
Phone: 710-4428

Groovy Grover Strummers
555 13th St.
Grover Beach

Cost: Free

Writers and Literature

BOOKSIGNING FOR YOUNG READERS
101 Ways to Bug Your Friends and Enemies by Lee Wardlaw
BOOKSIGNING FOR YOUNG READERS
February 3 (2pm)

Award-winning children's book authors Sherry Shahan and Lee Wardlaw will be discussing and signing copies of their SLO "Battle of the Books" titles on Feb. 3 from 2-3pm at Barnes and Noble Bookstore. Free bookmarks and other giveaways will be available.

Liz
slolizzie@aol.com
Phone: 781-8334

Barnes and Nobel
894 Marsh St.
San Luis Obispo

Cost: Free

Special Events

HIGH SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE AT SLO CLASSICAL ACADEMY
February 4

We want you to experience just a bit of what our high school is like, so we have designed a special evening for you Feb. 4th to participate in some mini-high school classes, enjoy treats, and have an opportunity to ask questions of other parents, students, teachers and staff. This is open to the community and all 7th and 8th graders will receive a free SLOCA High School t-shirt for coming.

Amy Calloway
acalloway@sloclassicalacademy.org
Phone: 548-8700

SLO Classical Academy
165 Grand Ave.
San Luis Obispo 93405

Cost: free

Lectures and Learning

Introduction to Computers INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS
Introduction to Computers
Introduction to Computers INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS
Classes
February 4 (5:30-7:30pm)

This class meets six times and is for those needing remedial computer instruction. Learn the very basics about using a Windows-based computer. Topics covered include: using the mouse, typing and editing text, saving and finding files, emailing basics, internet browsing and safety, and more. Dates: Mon/Wed, Feb. 4 - 20.

Greg Perry
gregperry@kcbx.org
Phone: 781-2580
http://kcbx.net

KCBXnet
4100 Vachell Ln.
San Luis Obispo

Cost: $49