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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 28 (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 28 (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.
August 28 (6:30-9:30pm)
Julian Temple will perform on Aug. 28.
August 28 (10pm)
Katie Garibaldi returns to the Central Coast on her Follow Your Heart tour, Aug. 28.
MATT KUSTER IN CONCERT
August 28 (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.
Art at Wineries
August 28 (11am-5pm)
Plein air and studio paintings of California landscapes by Rosemary and Mike Bauer, through Oct. 19.
August 28 (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 28 (Thur & Sun: noon-6pm; Fri & Sat: noon-9pm)
Figurative is 5 week exhibit showcasing local art work that represents forms derived from life, human, and the human condition using a creative, symbolic, or emblematic interpretation of things that are alive, through Sept. 28.
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.
August 28 (Tues.: 4:30-5:30pm; Thurs.:4:30-5:30pm)
Boys and Girls ages 5 -10 can have fun and gain important life skills at these empowering martial art classes. Parents and children are welcome to come observe a class.
Registration is now open for The Thinkery – a museum-based preschool enrichment program, through Sept. 15. Perfect for 2 and half to 5 year-olds. Visit slocm.org for class and registration information.
Cost: $240 per month
August 28 (6:30-7pm)
Bring the whole family to the library for an evening of stories with storyteller Tony Wallace, Aug. 28.
Sports and Wellness
August 28 (5:15-6:45pm)
Ongoing classes through Aug. 28 in the Japanese martial art that protects without causing harm. Beginners and visitors are welcome.
Lessons and Classes
August 28 (Varies)
through Oct. 9. Limited space available. Sign up and recruit a friendand you both save $25. Expect to be pushed, coached, trained, motivated, held accountable, and make friends.
Lessons and Classes
August 28 (evenings)
through Sept. 30. Come learn why Aikido is the martial art of peace. Ongoing classes for adults and teens, beginners through black belts.
August 28 (6-8pm)
Seasonal, Organic, Unrefined, Local is S.O.U.L. Kitchen by night, held on the last Thursday of each month. Enjoy live entertainment, wine tasting, and a light, gluten free, dairy free dinner. Tickets available online and at door.
FREE NICU SUPPORT GROUP
Every Thursday. Call to reserve.
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