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SLO GRANGE FARMERS MARKET
This farmers market is held every Tuesday in the Grange parking lot from
SAN LUIS OBISPO DOWNTOWN FARMERS MARKET
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.
In the Smart & Final parking lot on the corner of Grand Ave. and Courtland on Wed. at
NIPOMO CERTIFIED FARMERS MARKET
Takes place on Sundays from
SAN LUIS OBISPO
At the Promenade parking lot near World Market (off Madonna Road), Sat. from
In the Town Park on Sat.
LOS OSOS/BAYWOOD PARK
Tues. at City Park from
M.L. BURDICK AT THACHER WINERY
Art at Wineries
January 3 (11am-5pm)
Original ink paintings on view Thursday through Sunday, through Jan. 26.
January 3 (1-4pm, closed Mondays)
Pastel landscapes featuring trees. Hangs through Jan. 9 from
BELLY OF THE WHALE: EXPLORATIONS OF THE MONOMYTH
Solo art exhibition by San Luis Obispo artist Bret Brown, through Jan. 31.
Classes and Workshops
January 3 (11am-1pm and 6:30-8:30pm)
Workshops offered through Jan. 23 at
Cost: $40 per workshop
Classes and Workshops
January 3 (9:30am-4:30pm)
Open Studio times for individuals and families to create at their leisure through Jan. 12, Fridays from 9:30am-4:30pm and Saturdays and Sundays from noon-5pm. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult
Cost: $5 per hour
Openings and Receptions
January 3 (On view Monday-Friday from 10am-5:30pm and Saturday from 10am-5pm)
This group show of the work the artists and staff of Art Central runs through Jan. 29.
Jan. 3 at 10:30am
Sports and Wellness
FREE PROJECT OF LIGHT CLINIC
Global Alliance will be providing sessions of light and tone on Jan. 3 from 11am-2pm
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