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SLO GRANGE FARMERS MARKET
This farmers market is held every Tuesday in the Grange parking lot from
February 14 (7pm-10pm)
Two seatings, live music with Nataly Lola, great food and a nice night! $45per couple includes: - Cheese Platter for 2 with a selection of cheeses and fruit served with our housemade breads - Choice of dessert for two - Deluxe Brownie Sundae with Berry Compote and Doc Burnstein's Ice Cream OR Chocolate Ganache S'mores Tart - Two Pomegranate Champagne Cocktails More info online at: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/5086028448#
February 14 (2pm - close )
Come enjoy our Valentines Day Special! This Thursday we will pair 3 gourmet cupcakes with 3 delicious local wines!
HEARTS FOR HEARTS
February 14 (5:30-7pm)
The Edge Fitness Studio in Pismo Beach recognizes Heart Fitness Month by hosting a special dance jam with donations benefitting children with congenital heart issues at Lucille Packard Children's Hospital at Standford. Feb. 14 from 5:30-7pm.
Cost: $10 donation at the door
February 14 (6 - 8 PM)
The 2012 and 2010 Giants World Series trophies are coming to town! Viewing and photo opportunities are available!
Sweethearts Night at Farmers' Market
February 14 (6 - 8:30 PM)
Come celebrate with the one you love at Farmers' Market. Flowers, harpist & special treats on Garden Street.
February 14 (6:30 - 9:30 pm)
Songwriters At Play features Jimmy Townsend (aka Screaming Jimmy) –longtime host of the blues jams at the SLO Down Pub and versatile bandleader of blues, rock, folk and jazz ensembles. He'll have lots of love songs for Valentine’s Day. Special guests include Gary Foshee, and Brad Kyle of the Dr. Danger band.
Create and Learn
February 14 (3:00-4:30pm)
This class will feature reusable materials to create a seasonal art piece, math project, science experiment, or natural history piece . Projects are prepared and modified with elementary students in mind. Space in this program is limited, so please sign up in advance. www.smartstudioslo.com/calendar.html
Cost: $11 per session
Sports and Wellness
February 14 (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
Clubs, Meetings, and Discussion Groups
February 14 (6pm)
Explore acupuncture and herbal treatments to support the process of falling in love, or recovering from love lost. 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. Feb. 14.
Valentine Swing Dance
February 14 (6-9 pm)
The popular annual Valentine’s Swing Dance will once again be hosted by the Grover Beach Community Library on Thursday, February 14, 2013, at the Grover City Grange Hall, 370 So.13th Street, Grover Beach, from 6 to 9 pm. This gala event will feature a gourmet barbecued hamburger dinner with all of the trimmings and a root beer float for dessert; wine and beer will be available. Vegetarian hamburgers will be available. The local, popular Jimmy Enos band will play a mixture of swing and soft rock for listening and dancing pleasure. Library Board President, Nan Fowler, said, “This is our annual fund raising event which helps us with the library operation; and you know, we all have such a good time with friends and meeting new people at the dance; we sold out last year so I suggest you order your tickets soon.” Proceeds go towards the annual cost of operation of the library: rent, utilities, supplies and maintenance. The library, located at 240 N. 9th Street, Grover Beach, is a non profit, free library operated by volunteers and private donations. For tickets at $20 per person or donations, call Carol, 473-3457.
Cost: $20 per person
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