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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.
A NIGHT IN BLACK AND WHITE
March 23 (Dinner will be served at 7pm)
Come join the Friends of the North County Women's Shelter and Resource Center for an elegant evening at "A Night in Black and White," a benefit event for the North County Women's Shelter and the Sexual Assault Recovery and Prevention Center. March 23 at the Pavilion on the Lake in Atascadero. Black and white attire is encouraged! The event will feature: live Music by 46 West, live and silent auctions, local wines, and the social hour will begin at 5pm.
March 23 (11am-3pm)
The Network for a Healthy California-Gold Coast Region invites all San Luis Obispo County residents to learn about healthier meal options with a free, healthy food demonstration. March 23.
LES MISERABLES...OR A WHOLE LOT LESS MISERABLE
March 23 (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 23 (3:00 p.m.)
The Cuesta Wind Ensemble and SLO Wind Orchestra with special guests L.A. movie studio greats Alex Iles and Jim Self.
Cost: $15 general/$12 seniors and students
Openings and Receptions
March 23 (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.
March 23 (11am)
Birdie performs all original children's music from their 3 cd's including the new release, "The Kitchen Pan Band".
DOCENT LED HIKES: IRISH HILLS
March 23 (9am-Noon)
Please call Eco Slo for more information. Hike is on March 23.
SLO STEWARD'S WORKDAY: RESERVOIR CANYON
March 23 (9am-noon)
Please call ECO SLO for more information. Workday is on March 23.
Lectures and Learning
Uniting With Our Subconscious Minds
Clubs, Meetings, and Discussion Groups
March 23 (10:00am - 3:00pm)
On March 23rd come learn how to improve the quality of your life by engaging the service of your Subconscious Mind.
March 23 (1-4pm)
Kick off the Ian Carpenter Johnson Foundation's first big event fundraiser on March 23 from 1-4pm at the downtown Templeton Park. The non-profit was created to raise awareness and funds to help provide support both financially and through prayer to those struggling with substance abuse. Bring your blankets and chairs and enjoy an afternoon in the park with live music by local rockabilly band "Sons of KD Elder" along with a silent auction, donation only tri-tip lunch, and kids activites.
March 23 (7 am)
March 23rd @ 7 am. Large Charity Yard Sale benefiting the Women's Club of SLO's Scholarship Fund awarded h.s. seniors
SAN LUIS OBISPO ROTARY SPAGHETTI WESTERN FUNDRAISER
March 23 (4-8pm)
Dine on Cafe Roma spaghetti and top sirloin BBQ. Enjoy fun movies and games. Proceeds go to local charities and scholarships. March 23.
Cost: $25 for adults and $5 for children
March 23 (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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