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SLO GRANGE FARMERS MARKET
This farmers market is held every Tuesday in the Grange parking lot from
FAMILY HISTORY DAY WITH APRYL COX
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
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.
Writers and Literature
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.
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.
ICE CREAM FOR BREAKFAST
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.
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.
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.
Lectures and Learning
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.
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.
Cost: Adoption fees are $60 for one or $80 for two
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