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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
Join like-minded adults and discover your hidden musical talent or expand on your current guitar abilities, through June 19. Three classes to choose from: Beginning, Intermediate and Ensemble.
SEEKING FEMALE SINGERS
June 3 (Every Tues. 7-9pm)
for the the Pacific Horizon Chorus, a 4-part harmony educational accappela group.
Cost: First 4 visits free; membership $28 per month
June 3 (8pm)
June 3 (various )
Workshops led by local artists to create the night's chosen artwork, through June 16. includes canvas, paints, apron, and first cocktail. Tuesday-Sunday. Family Day on Sundays at noon.
JANICE LUCIER WORKS ON DISPLAY
June 3 (During business hours)
through June 30.
AND THE KITCHEN SINK
June 3 (10am-6pm)
Photographic work by Bob Canepa, through June 14. A diverse collection of the artist's interests in photography from composite to portrait, landscape to macro.
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 3 (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.
Openings and Receptions
June 3 (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.
BEGINNING POTTERY FOR KIDS
Anam-Cre'Pottery offers beginning classes for kids 6 and up, through June 10. They sculpt, throw on the wheel, make story plates and build bird houses. Give your kids the opportunity to explore their creativity. After school hours and Saturdays.
June 3 (10am)
New toddler parent participation group starting at the Exploration Station every Tuesday. Science, art, socialization, movement, music, and fun. Pre-registration is required.
June 3 (5pm)
Children ages 5 to 10 have fun and gain important life skills in Aikido. Tues. and Thurs. at 5pm through June 26.
Paragon Brazilian Jiu Jitsu offers kids classes in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Muay Thai through June 3. Ages 4 & up. First two classes free.
Sports and Wellness
June 3 (11:45am)
Drop-in any Tuesday through June 24 with instructor Shelley Massa-Gooch. All experience levels, including beginners are welcome. Dressing rooms, sprung floor, yoga mats and props are provided.
Lessons and Classes
June 3 (5:15-6:45 pm)
Ongoing classes through June 26. Beginners welcome.
June 3 (8:30-11:30am)
Providing local farmers and artisans within a 55 mile radius the opportunity to sell directly to local consumers, Tuesdays through July 15.
June 3 (8:30am-11:30am)
Providing farmers and artisans within a 55 mile radius the opportunity to sell directly to consumers. Tuesday mornings, 8:30am to 11:30am in the Pismo Coast Shopping Plaza parking lot.
CENTRAL COAST HOSPICE VOLUNTEER TRAINING
June 3 (10am-3:30pm)
Find your volunteer niche during a four-part training series through June 3.
HOSPICE VOLUNTEER TRAINING
June 3 (10am-3:30pm)
Find your volunteer niche at this four-part training series through June 3. Give the gift that fills a unique role that only Hospice Volunteers can provide.
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