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Film and TV
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. Ongoing.
THE UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY
(Gallery hours are Tues.-Sat. 11am-4pm)
nurtures creativity, empathy, and big-picture thinking by bringing emerging and established artists to campus.
SLO GRANGE FARMERS MARKET
This farmers market is held every Tuesday in the Grange parking lot from
CASA INFO SESSION
Learn about becoming an advocate for an abused child, mentoring, and other volunteer opportunities at CASA, fourth Wednesdays.
March 21 (5:30-8pm)
Come join us at Ladies' Night Thursday 3/21 for a facilitated craft activity for $5. Bring a treat or beverage and RSVP!
LES MISERABLES...OR A WHOLE LOT LESS MISERABLE
March 21 (Wed, Thurs, Fri at 7pm, Sat 3pm & 7pm, Sun 6pm)
March 14-April 28. Seen the musical, movie or neither one? You're going to love the TGAM twist on this Hugo classic!
Cost: $18, $20, $22
March 21 (6:30-9:30pm)
Special guests include the duo called Girls and Boys. March 21.
Writers and Literature
PASO ROBLES CITY LIBRARY BOOK GROUP
March 21 (7pm)
On a seemingly ordinary Saturday in a California suburb, 11-year-old Julia and her family awake to discover, along with the rest of the world, that the rotation of the earth has suddenly begun to slow. The days and nights grow longer and longer, gravity is affected, the environment is thrown into disarray. As she struggles to navigate an ever-shifting landscape, Julia is also coping with the normal disasters of everyday life—the fissures in her parents’ marriage, the loss of old friends, the hopeful anguish of first love, and the bizarre behavior of her grandfather. The Age of Miracles, Karen Thompson Walker’s fiction debut, is a luminous, haunting, unforgettable story of a resilient and insightful young girl set against the backdrop of an utterly altered world. The public is invited to join in the discussion on March 21, at 7pm in the Library Conference Room.
Openings and Receptions
March 21 (12 PM to 4 PM)
Shades of Green is the title for the new show opening at the Art Center Morro Bay on Thursday, February 21 and running through Monday, April 1. Featured artists Diane Henderson and Ray Atzet present acrylic and watercolor paintings around a theme. A reception for the artists that is open to the public will take place Sunday, February 24 from 2 to 4 PM. Art Center Morro Bay is at 835 Main Street in Morro Bay. For more information call 772-2504.
CHILDREN'S AFTERNOON CLASS
March 21 (3-4:30pm)
This class is geared for elementary students and features reusable materials to create various activities. Thursday 3/21
Create and Learn
March 21 (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
Lectures and Learning
MEDITATION MINI RETREAT
March 21 (10am-4pm)
March 21. RSVP please.
Cost: $30-$100 (pay what you can)
Living With Alzheimer's - Early Stage
March 21 (10:00 am - 12:00 pm)
Support, information, and planning resources for persons with early stage Alzheimer's disease and their families. REGISTRATION REQUIRED, CALL:(805) 547-3830.
Clubs, Meetings, and Discussion Groups
March 21 (6pm)
Explore healing women's health concerns using acupuncture and herbal medicine to naturally address PMS, Painful Periods and Menstrual Irregularities. Join our "Traditional Chinese Medicine in a Modern World" lecture series. All welcome, enjoy free herbal tea, ear acupuncture, and thereafter enjoy healing whole foods at the farmers market.
Cost: Free Entrance
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