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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
July 16 (M/T 1-4, W-Sat 10-4, Sun 12-4)
Make and take crafts! $5/project
July 16 (6pm)
Premiere of Patrick Zimmerli piece July 16.
July 16 (7:00 pm)
Pacific Horizon Chorus July 16
July 16 (12:30-2:30pm)
From June 24 to August 17, learn multiple instruments and singing at these camps by teVelde Music Schools.
Create and Learn
July 16 (9am-12pm and 1-4pm)
Sing, dance, and act at this summer camp for ages 8-15, taking place July 15-26.
Sports and Wellness
Lessons and Classes
July 16 (8pm)
A weekly dance class offered through August 6.
FREE FELDENKRAIS (R) AWARENESS THROUGH MOVEMENT(R) CLASSES
Lessons and Classes
July 16 (Tues 6-7pm, Thur 10-11am)
July 9-Dec. 31 First 2 classes are free.
Lectures and Learning
July 16 (9:00AM-12:00PM)
Learn Digital Portrait Photography!
July 16 (1-2:30pm (guitar school) and 3-5pm (jam session/CD recording))
Improve your guitar skills with this course through July 31. An optional jam session/CD recording course will follow. Bring your own guitar. Ages 10 and up.
Cost: $125 guitar school; $150 jam session, or do both for $250
July 16 (9am-12pm)
Learn studio portrait photography July 15-31.
Portrait of a community: Holli Harmon's exhibit at the Elverhoj Museum in Solvang captures the human landscape of the Central Coast Political Watch 5/19/16 Community Notebook 5/19/16 - 5/26/16 Santa Maria searches for another company to convert wastewater biogases into electricity