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January 29 (1-4pm)
On Jan. 29 and the last Sun. of every month, Shale Oak Winery hosts a day of food and wine, live music, kid's crafts, and property tours. Mostly Monica performs.
A DICKENS OF A MYSTERY
January 29 (5pm)
Enjoy a murder mystery dinner with some of Charles Dickens' most beloved characters through Jan. 29. Reservations required. Dress casual. Shows last approximately 2 hrs.
January 29 (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 29 (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 29 (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 29 (Open Tues.-Sun. from 6am-6pm)
This installation of lighting sculptures will be on display through March 3.
Art at Wineries
January 29 (10:30am-4:30pm)
exhibits a selection of her mixed media, pastel, and hand-made prints through Feb. 29.
VOLUNTEER WITH CENTRAL COAST HOSPICE
January 29 (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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