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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
Spring has sprung and the Feline Network has an assortment of cats and kittens who are looking for loving homes. All are tested, vaccinated, and spayed/neutered. Adoptions through June 28.
June 28 (noon-5pm)
through the month of June. Adopt cats 9 months or older for just $9. Includes spay/neuter, current vaccinations, free follow-up vet exam, and a bag of kibble.
SPRING BOOK SALE
June 28 (9am-1pm)
Support the Cayucos Library and buy a book from the collection of hundreds of used books at bargain prices on June 28. All proceeds support community projects.
June 28 (6pm)
Join us for a fun, outdoor barbeque with live music and bean bag toss game on the lawn, June 28. We will be serving up Justin Wines that pair perfectly with delicious barbeque food.
June 28 (7:30pm)
Classical musical bustling with gamblers, gangsters, and sassy showgirls that celebrates Broadway’s golden era with one of the greatest scores ever written. Performances will be on Fridays and Saturdays June 27-July 19.
Cost: $25 general; $15 student
June 28 (2pm & 7pm)
A dynamic variety show featuring music of the 1930s on June 28.
June 28 (8pm)
on June 28.
LOREN RADIS IN CONCERT
June 28 (7-9pm)
on June 28. Must be 21 or older.
June 28 (06/28/14)
Jenny B. or Jimmy Townsend
JANICE LUCIER WORKS ON DISPLAY
June 28 (During business hours)
through June 30.
Local artist Erin Perry is exhibiting a wide selection of her bold collage and colorful mixed-media works during the month of June. A portion of any sales benefits the Friends of the Cambria Library.
Art at Wineries
June 28 (10am-5pm)
Featuring selected work from: "Sacred Light - Sacred Lands”: A Journey Through the Nat’l Parks & Monuments and the American Landscape; and "A New Vision of the Central Coast and the California Landscape." Photo-Paintings by Paul J. McCloskey. Daily through June 30.
MICHELLE ELLIS EXHIBIT
Art at Wineries
June 28 (11am-5pm)
through Aug. 10. Exhibit features unique, highly textured, contemporary art as well as abstract artwork.
Call For Artists
June 28 (10am-5pm)
Avila Art on the Plaza is calling for new painters. Sell your art all day every Saturday from through October.
Gay Melody Sullivan
Classes and Workshops
June 28 (Tues-Fri: 7pm; Sat: 11am & 7pm; Sun: noon & 4pm)
In a relaxed, social setting, our resident artists will guide you through replicating the nights chosen painting, through Aug. 17. Wine, beer and charcuterie service available. The $40 fee includes canvas, paints, instruction, and a cocktail.
June 28 (noon-6pm)
Select nationally known artists display exquisite original oil and pastel paintings as part of Paso Artsfest through June 29.
June 28 (6-8pm)
Marinella Senatore's exhibit will be on display through Aug. 17.
Openings and Receptions
June 28 (noon-5pm)
These are not photographs, these are dreams that you are invited to enter and experience, through June 30. Some of these dreams are playful with people seeming to do ordinary acts like talking on the phone or pulling a wagon, but they are underwater.
SCIENCE SATURDAY: LAYERING LIQUIDS
June 28 (11am-noon)
Do you think orange juice might float on grape juice? Or will apple juice float on orange juice? Let’s find out together with this exciting experiment, June 28.
Cost: museum admission
READING IS FUN
Create and Learn
June 28 (1-3pm)
Join three children's book authors, Heidi Gill, Destry Ramey and Beryl Reichenberg, on June 28 for readings, crafts, raffles, and fun. Ten percent of the proceeds go to the Santa Maria Humane Society.
FIZZ BOOM READS FOR THE LIBRARY
June 28 (2pm)
Spark a reaction with "fizz" action minus the "boom" with cool experiments combining substances to observe chemical reactions, June 28. Grades 6-12; pre-register.
June 28 (9:30am-noon)
Enjoy learning basics including safety, greet, groom, and walk gentle equine on June 28. Ages 5-12. Sturdy footwear. Must register at Paso Robles Parks & Rec.
June 28 (4:45-6:30pm)
Connect with nature, community, and experience yoga while floating on the ocean, June 28. Expert instruction with a tutorial on paddling, a warm up paddle, followed by yoga and relaxation.
June 28 (11am-1:30pm)
Enjoy the peaceful beauty of our vineyard on a summer morning with an educational walking tour, June 28. Feast on a gourmet lunch in the vineyard. Reservations required.
Cost: $20 general; $16 members
Sports and Wellness
June 28 (varies)
A combination of African belly dance, Bollywood, pilates, and yoga; offered through July 30.
Lessons and Classes
June 28 (Various)
All father's who have not been a member before can train in martial arts and fitness for free the entire month of June.
June 28 (4-8pm)
Come join and support us at our fundraiser while enjoying food, wine, music, and auctions on June 28.
June 28 (11am)
June 28. Connecting the community with law enforcement, health care, community service agencies, local small businesses, and entrepreneurs for community awareness and involvement. Free games for kids and BBQ tri-tip for purchase.
Cost: Free; BBQ plate $10
Community Notebook 11/20/14-11/27/14 Testing the waters: Locals prepare to submit a nomination to create a National Marine Sanctuary along the Central Coast Faculty association and Santa Maria Joint Union High School District struggle to come to terms with contract Political Watch 11/20/14 Community Corner: Santa Maria Keller Williams holds Toys for Tots drive Students and employers want a four-year college in Northern Santa Barbara County Pipeline crunch-time: A Nov. 21 hearing looms as Nipomo stakeholders consider key water decisions