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Film and TV
This class takes place on Sun. and is taught by a professional film actor/director. Annual LA trips to perform for talent agents and casting directors. Ongoing.
THE UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY
(Gallery hours are Tues.-Sat. 11am-4pm)
nurtures creativity, empathy, and big-picture thinking by bringing emerging and established artists to campus.
THE DALLIDET ADOBE AND GARDENS
Open March through November on Fridays (10am-4pm), Sundays (1-4pm), and by appointment. Hours depend on volunteer availability; please call ahead
Phone: 543-0638 ext. 10
MUSEUM AND HISTORY CENTER OF SLO COUNTY
The History Center is housed in the former Carnegie Library Bldg., built 1904-05. The Museum is open daily from 10am-4pm. The Public Research Room is open on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10am-4pm and Fridays from 11am-4pm (subject to volunteer availability)
Phone: 543-0638 ext. 10
POTTERY CLASSES FOR KIDS
Create and Learn
Ongoing pottery classes for kids ages 6 and older.
Cost: $20 per class
SLO GRANGE FARMERS MARKET
This farmers market is held every Tuesday in the Grange parking lot from
In the Smart & Final parking lot on the corner of Grand Ave. and Courtland on Wed. at
Takes place on Thurs. in the Spencer's Market parking lot and Sat. on downtown Main Street.
Phone: call 544-9570
ARROYO GRANDE VILLAGE
Live entertainment, fresh fruit, flowers, and more on Sat.
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
Produce, craft items, and prepared food are available every Wed. from
Tues. at City Park from
Lectures and Learning
The mother of all state parks is open to the public for magical tours, films, memorabilia and more. Don't miss this one-of-a-kind experience. Docent-led tours give incredible insight to Hearst and the history of his castle.
Phone: 800-444-4445 or 927-2074
SLO FOOD BANK
The Food Bank solicits, warehouses, and distributes large-scale food donations to more than 225 non-profit agency partners and directly through our food assistance programs. The Food Bank can also help you find a drop site if you are looking to make an individual donation. Volunteer opportunities are also available.
Phone: 543-0388 or 238-4664
UNITED BLOOD SERVICES
Donations may be made at the UBS Center in San Luis Obispo at 4119 Broad Street in the Creekside Center, or in Santa Maria at 1770 S. Broadway in the Plum Tree Plaza next to Lassen's Natural Foods.
WOODS HUMANE SOCIETY
(Woods opens Mon. through Sat. at 10 a.m.)
Woods Humane Society protects and shelters homeless companion animals, places animals into humane environments, promotes responsible pet ownership, provides humane education, and reduces animal overpopulation. They have beautiful animals up for adoption, camps for kids, fund-raising events, volunteer opportunities, and educational programs for the community. For more info on the various services Woods offers and a full calendar of events, contact the society. Their Quicky car wash fundraiser runs May 1-31.
The North County Prostate Cancer Support Group meets monthly in the Pavilion Room on the last Thurs. at
CASA INFO SESSION
Learn about becoming an advocate for an abused child, mentoring, and other volunteer opportunities at CASA, fourth Wednesdays.
September 26 (6-8pm)
The Wellness Kitchen presents live music and wine tasting Sept. 26 from
Cost: $15 suggested donation
September 26 (6:30-7:30pm)
Sept. 26 from
Asuncion Ridge Vineyards
AUDITIONS FOR CROSSROADS
Auditions are open to all students Sept. 26 from 7-10pm. Review copies of the script available in the Theatre Dept. office, Bldg. 45
September 26 (9:30)
Live music Thursday evenings through Oct. 31 at
GIRLS + BOYS
September 26 (10pm-2am)
plays Luna Red Sept. 26 from
September 26 (6:30-9:30pm)
Plastic Arts play Songwriters at Play Sept. 26.
September 26 (11am-5pm daily)
California Sculpture SLAM runs through Sept. 29, on view during museum hours.
Cost: Free; donations appreciated
runs through Oct. 1
The Painters Group exhibit at SLOMA Sept. 6-29
POTTERY CLASSES FOR HOMESCHOOLED FAMILIES
September 26 (1:30-3pm)
Ages 8-13 are welcome Tuesdays and Thursdays, through Oct. 8 from
Cost: $20 per visit
PEACEFUL MARTIAL ARTS CLASSES
Ages 5-10 welcome through Oct. 3, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5pm.
September 26 (7-8:30pm)
for 11-18 year old boys, Sept. 26 from
Sports and Wellness
September 26 (7-9pm)
Learn a traditional Japanese martial art every Tuesday and Thursday, Aug. 20 through Oct. 18 from
Cost: $25 per month
September 26 (11am)
This is the 3rd of a 3 part series, Sept. 26 at
Linda L Lex
AWARENESS THROUGH MOVEMENT CLASSES
Lessons and Classes
Learn to move without effort or pain Tuesdays 6-7pm and Thursdays 10-11am, through Oct. 31
Cost: First 2 classes free
Lectures and Learning
SOCIAL MEDIA SYMPOSIUM WITH AUTHOR & STAR OF VIRAL DORITOS COMMERCIAL PUG ATTACK
September 26 (noon-1:30pm)
with author and star of the viral Doritos commerical "Pug Attack," Sept. 26 from
Cost: Free; please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
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