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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
August 1 (noon-5pm)
Special $5 Cat Adoptions at the Homeless Animal Rescue Team (HART) in Cambria for cats 9 months or older during August! Includes: spay/neuter, up-to-date vaccinations, free follow-up Vet exam and bag of kibble.
August 1 (4-6pm)
Learn to taste and evaluate red wines with First Crush owner/winemaker, Becky Zelinski. Wine tasting basics to sharpen your palate take place Aug. 1.
SUNSET GALA DINNER
August 1 (6-9pm)
Join us for a special wine paired dinner prepared by Executive Chef Will Torres and his culinary team on Aug. 1. The evening will consist of a welcome reception with passed appetizers followed by a four-course, family style dinner paired with Justin wines.
August 1 (10am-6pm)
Test your nose with our wine aroma sensory station, Aug. 1-31. Wine tasting afterwards to see if you can identify the aromas in our wines.
BAREFOOT IN THE PARK
August 1 (Fri/Sat: 7:30 pm; Sun: 3pm)
Neil Simon's classic comedy of young newlyweds learning to adjust to each others' different views on life, through Aug. 10.
Cost: $16-$21; Gala Opening: $30.00
BAREFOOT IN THE PARK EXTENDED ONE WEEKEND
August 1 (Friday and Saturday: 7:30pm; Sunday: 3pm)
through Aug. 17.
Cost: Friday: $16; Saturday and Sunday: $21/$19
Film and TV
AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY SCREENING
August 1 (7pm)
August 1 (5-8pm)
Enjoy live music and family-friednly environment with this premier concert series through Sept. 5.
August 1 (noon)
The Noontime Downtown Brown Bag Concert welcomes back Craig Kincaid. KIncaid is a noted musician and recording artist as well as an exhibited photographer.
August 1 (6:30-9:30pm)
Aug. 1. Miss Oddette will be serving her famous New Awlins BBQ. Entry includes 1st glass of wine and dessert. Locals discount.
Jenni or Susan
August 1 (6-8pm )
On display through August, this national juried exhibit is bringing some amazing talent to San Luis Obispo. Artists from the East coast to the West coast have been selected to show their best encaustic work.
Call For Artists
California artists are invited to submit applications by Aug. 1, to be a part of our annual December exhibition and sale of fine craft including glass, metal, wood, and fabric.
Classes and Workshops
August 1 (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.
August 1 (noon-6 PM)
Eight award winning Plein Air Artists of the central Coast will be displaying their art in oils, acrylics, and pastels of California's various landscapes, through Aug. 31.
August 1 (6-8pm)
Marinella Senatore's exhibit will be on display through Aug. 17.
MUSIC OF THE LANDSCAPE
Openings and Receptions
The Plein-air Artists of the Central Coast presents varied media, techniques, and styles that explore the visual "music" that is California's regional landscape through Aug. 31.
Openings and Receptions
August 1 (6-9pm)
This program of ARTS Obispo is a free, self-guided tour of galleries and non-traditional art venues showcasing the work of local visual, literary, and performing artists, held the first Friday of the month.
August 1 (8:30am-12:30pm)
Five day sensory awareness camp for 8-14 year-olds to learn life skills, teamwork, and communication while connecting with horses, through Aug. 8. Games, art, mindfulness, horsemanship, and nature based predator/prey program.
August 1 (9am-1pm)
July 21 through Aug. 11. Registration now open at The Great American Melodrama.
KIDS YOGA SUMMER FUN
August 1 (1pm-3pm)
Explore nature, practice yoga, and meet new friends with this fun week of kids centered activities and adventures in the park and garden. Instructor is First Aid/CPR certified, a registered yoga instructor, and a credentialed teacher. July 28-Aug. 1.
LEARN, CONNECT, CLAY CAMP
Create and Learn
August 1 (8:15-11am daily; Information night at 6pm)
July 8-Aug. 1. This multi-sensory camp will help improve your child’s thinking, literacy, and creative skills. 1, 2 or 4 week sessions available.
Cost: $250 a week
August 1 (1-3pm)
Explore Nature, practice yoga, and meet new friends with this week of kid centered activities and adventures, four sessions through Aug. 8.
Sports and Wellness
August 1 (9:30am)
Join us in the "No Diva Zone" for a fun, energetic, and effective class where you dance away calories to Latin and international music, through Aug. 22.
Cost: First is free, then $6
August 1 (9-10:30am)
Every Friday through Sept. 12. All levels welcome.
FREE PROJECT OF LIGHT CLINIC
August 1 (11am-2pm)
Sessions of light and tone provided by the Lightshare Team on Aug. 1. No appointment is necessary. Sessions are appropriate for all ages and everyone is welcome.
Lessons and Classes
August 1 (7:30pm)
Mory Moussa Bangoura is teaching traditional dances from Guinea, West Africa, every Friday through Sept 12. Thsee fun and energetic class will have live drumming by skilled percussionists. All levels and drop in students are welcome.
Mory Moussa Bangoura
Lectures and Learning
August 1 (6-8pm)
Through Aug. 2, interactive maker projects for kids.
Cost: $10 non-members; $5 members
August 1 (Mon. 9-10:30am; Fri. 3-4:30pm)
This weekly group is for adult women that focuses on healing trauma from childhood sexual abuse and adult sexual assault, through August 8. Pre-registration is required.
Cost: Suggested $10 donation
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