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CAL POLY'S VITA (VOLUNTEER INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE) PROGRAM
January 28 (10:30am-2pm)
The IRS-sanctioned program is a free service (1/28 - 3/10 Saturdays only) that can spare individuals and families the costly expenses of tax preparation fees. Available for those making less than $50,000 per year, the program is offered every Saturday through March 10. No appointments are necessary. Just bring an ID, social security card, and all tax documents.
PIANO MASTER CLASS
January 28 (2pm)
Master teacher Dr. W. Terrence Spiller is a well-known recitalist and Chair of the Music Department at Cal Poly. He gives a free concert Jan. 28 at
January 28 (Open Wed.-Sun.)
is a discussion of the newest ideas in contemporary photography. The exhibit was juried by New York's Debra Klomp Ching and will be on display through Jan. 29.
"THE CHOSEN ONES"
January 28 (Open 11am-5pm)
features an assortment of prints from two of Sandow Birk's most recent series: "The Leading Causes of Death in America" and "The Rake's Progress." The striking images can be seen through Feb. 27.
"TRACES, MARKS, AND FRAGMENTS: A JURIED EXHIBITION OF TRADITIONAL PRINTMAKING"
January 28 (11am-5pm)
The Central Coast Printmakers sent a call for California artists working in primarily traditional printmaking methods such as intaglio, lithography, serigraphy, monoprints and monotypes. The selected results are on display through Feb. 26.
January 28 (Open Tues.-Sun. from 6am-6pm)
This installation of lighting sculptures will be on display through March 3.
Art at Wineries
January 28 (10:30am-4:30pm)
exhibits a selection of her mixed media, pastel, and hand-made prints through Feb. 29.
January 28 (10am to 6pm)
creates photographic images by a process that equalizes and intensifies depth of color and texture, encouraging the viewer to see the image as a whole rather than a predefined composition. His work is on display through Feb. 15
DROP-IN WATERCOLOR CLASSES
Classes and Workshops
January 28 (10am-12pm)
An introduction course for beginners and a refresher class for more advanced students is offered every Saturday. Class size is limited to 15 students: first come, first served. Beginning materials are provided, but students are encouraged to bring their own supplies.
Cost: $12 for members, $15 for non-members
January 28 (Gallery hours vary)
are on display through Jan. 30.
ANIMAL TRAINING SEMINAR FOR KIDS
January 28 (11am-12:30pm)
The Harold J. Miossi Charitable Trust is teaming up with the San Luis Obispo Public Library, Guide Dogs of America, and Animal Training Unlimited to give kids ages 5-8 a chance to learn the techniques of dog training on Jan. 28 from
Sports and Wellness
Lessons and Classes
January 28 (Class times vary. See schedule online.)
This class is a fun and effective cardio workout with sculpting exercises designed to tone the entire body from top to bottom. Latin music and a combination of fast and slow moves are used to create routines that are easy to follow and fun to learn.
Cost: Drop-in and unlimited monthly memebrships available
Lessons and Classes
January 28 (6:30-7:30am and 5:30-6:30pm)
The San Luis Obispo YMCA is offering a new program for everyone ages 15 and up, and it doesn’t matter if you have some weight to lose, strength to gain, concerns to overcome, or you’re already in great shape. The group meets every Mon., Wed., Fri., and Sat. Jan. 9-Feb.11.
Lessons and Classes
January 28 (10-11am)
classes are offered every Sat. and Mon. from
Lectures and Learning
CLINICAL MEDICAL ASSISTANT TRAINING PROGRAM
January 28 (9am-4:30pm)
This program combines 134 hours of classroom instruction (21 of these hours online), including electrocardiography (EKG), with a 160-hour externship. The class meets every Saturday from Jan. 7-May 5.
January 28 (11am-4pm)
take place every Saturday. Cats and kittens are spayed or neutered, tested and vaccinated prior to adoption. A free vet examination is included.
Cost: Adoption fees are $60 for one or $80 for two
VOLUNTEER WITH CENTRAL COAST HOSPICE
January 28 (The office is open from 9am-5pm)
The group is looking for mature individuals who are comfortable being around death, family dynamics, and spiritual beliefs that may differ from their own. Volunteers must also be able to commit to a four-hour block of time each week and provide their own transportation. Duties include caregiver relief, light chores, and bereavement services.
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