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SLO GRANGE FARMERS MARKET
This farmers market is held every Tuesday in the Grange parking lot from
October 14 (1 to 5 PM)
OCTOBER 14 FROM 1 TO 5 AT THE SLO GRANGE HALL. COME LEARN ABOUT THE PROPOSITIONS, REGISTER TO VOTE, AND MEET COMMUNITY ADVOCATES FOR HOT LOCAL ISSUES. DANCING, FOOD, FUN! FREE ADMISSION.
ECKANKAR WORSHIP SERVICE
October 14 (1030 AM)
"GOD'S LOVE IN ACTION" is the topic of Sunday's talk by Burt Adams. This insightful talk and discussion is held from 10:30 am, (Oct 14, 2012) at the Meadow Park Building off South Street at 2333 Meadow Street SLO. All faiths and spiritual seekers are welcome.
RUMI'S POETRY WITH CRYSTAL BOWLS
October 14 (4-5:30)
Experience the mystical poetry of Rumi with the quartz crystal healing bowls which open the door for you to discover the power of vibrational healing and the Divine within. Sunday Oct. 14th 4-5:30 pm, Sukha Wellness Center,6615 Bay Laurel Place, Avila Beach,, $15 in advance and $20 at the door. More info:801-8088, sukhawellnesscenter.com
Sukha Wellness Center
Cost: $15 in advance and $20 at the door
SAN LUIS OBISPO'S FABULOUS FALL BRIDAL SHOW
October 14 (Noon to 4pm)
Oct. 14th Noon to 4pm. Wedding planning in just 1-day! Discounted Tix Online. www.CentralCoastBride.com
Cost: $10 per person, $5 per groom
Special Art Events
October 14 (11:00 am)
Please join LISA STROMSOE for "Collecting Fine Craft on the Central Coast," Sunday, October 14, 11-11:45am, BONESTELL STUDIOS. Stromsoe has been a successful gallery owner, national art juror & is a regional American Fine Craft expert. Learn local fine craft trends & collection tips. Later, visitors can explore newly expanded gallery & studios for artists Ann & Jay Bonestell. Studio Talk is FREE & open to the public: 2008 Ferrell, Los Osos, 93402. QUESTIONS-RSVP: 805.528.4265, www.bonestell.com.
STUDENT ART SCHOLARSHIP SHOW
Special Art Events
October 14 (1 - 3 PM)
Students from area high schools and colleges will have their paintings, sculptures, and photography in the Morro Bay Art Association's Student Scholarship Show beginning October 7th through November 8th. Professional judges will present monetary awards for each category at a reception on Sunday, October 14th from 1 to 3 PM at the Art Center Gallery, 835 Main Street, Morro Bay. The public is invited and refreshments will be served. Call 772-2504 for information.
PUMPKIN PATCH BENEFIT FOR THE DAMIAN HORSTMAN MEMORIAL FUND
October 14 (10am to 5pm)
We have thousands of pumpkins to pick from, farm fresh produce and a great farm experience for your family. Net proceeds will benefit The Damian Horstman Memorial Fund. Pick your own pumpkins. An opportunity for kids to visit a working farm and learn about where their food comes from. Support local farmers.
Sports and Wellness
October 14 (1pm start time)
Every 2nd Sunday of the month from 1-3pm. Sessions are first come, first served. Suggested donation is $5-$10. According to the International Center of Reiki Training, “Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing.
Rumi and Crystal Bowls Oct 14th
October 14 (0:00)
An Inner Journey Rumi's Poetry with Crystal Bowls "Out beyond ideas of wrong-doing and right-doing, there is a field. I will meet you there."-RumiExperience the mystical poetry of Rumi with the quartz crystal bowls which open the door for you to discover the power of vibrational healing and the divine within. Opens and tunes your bodies energy centers (chakras) Releases tension and stressBrings you into your center (the still point) Experience Joy, Peace and Harmony
City of San Luis Obispo Parks and Recreation Department Open Gym
October 14 (12 p.m.)
Enjoy playing basketball and other gym sports while meeting new people in a friendly atmosphere. The gym is supervised during these times.
City of San Luis Obispo Parks and Recreation Department
Lectures and Learning
SLO SOLAR TOUR
October 14 (1:00pm-5:00pm)
Participants will take part in a guided tour of three different facilities on October 14th: San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden Education Center, Congregation Beth David Synagogue, and the Trout Farm home/office complex. Buildings feature an array of passive and active solar features such as passive heating, passive cooling, daylighting, natural ventilation, solar electric, solar hot water and are all exemplary green buildings. Pre-registration is required.
Cost: $20 general, $15 student
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