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THE UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY
(Gallery hours are Tues.-Sat. 11am-4pm)
is a venue that nurtures creativity, empathy, and big-picture thinking by bringing bold thinkers, emerging and established artists, and creative professionals to campus. Receptions are held the day a new exhibit is installed.
A historic living museum of a Victorian home circa 1880 with original furnishings and ongoing events. Tour the historic and elegant Victorian Jack House for $2.
CHRIS BELAND LIVE AT GATHER WINE BAR
Wine Bar Events
October 19 (7pm-10pm)
Chris Beland is a singer/songwriter living in the Pacific Northwest. He is proud to be working alongside Nashville recording artist, Michael Watson, as well as Chris' newly found father, John Beland. Oct. 19.
Cost: No cover for patrons and $10 for non-patrons
October 19 (10 am-12 pm)
Paso Robles is emerging as one of the premiere wine destinations in California. This seminar provides visitors (and locals) a wonderful introduction to Paso Robles wine country, its wines, and how to taste them. The presentatios gives guests an overview of how terrior influences wine taste and learn how wine is made. Participants will also find out how to evaluate wines and taste several of the great wines that Paso Robles has to offer. Offered September 28 and October 19
PATIO CONCERT FEATURING THE JD PROJECT
October 19 (6-9pm)
Kick-off the harvest celebration with an evening of music, food and wine. Join us for a spectacular, sunset concert on the patio of the winery, featuring The JD Project. Cover charge includes one glass of wine (additional wine by the glass or bottle available). A Tapas menu and deli selections will also be available for purchase. This event is free to our members, $10 for guests and general public. Oct. 19.
October 19 (10 pm - 1 am)
Every Friday and Saturday night 10pm - 1am. DJs spin in the lounge. Ask about drink specials at the bar.
October 19 (8pm)
The Clark Center for the Performing Arts will present one of the most successful female country artists of all time, Lynn Anderson on Oct. 19.
Lectures and Learning
October 19 (7:00pm)
Dr. Richard Jackson, host of the PBS series “Designing Health Communities,” will deliver a keynote lecture at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 19 at the Monday Club as part of the Central Coast Bioneers Conference. He is an expert on human health and the built environment and will discuss how we can shape environments and communities to keep people in shape. Dr. Jackson’s book Making Healthy Places will be available for purchase at the conference bookstore and a book signing will follow the lecture.
Cost: $10 for adults, $5 for students
October 19 (12:30-1:30pm)
Come be a part of our confidential, supportive group where it’s safe to share your struggles and triumphs among peers. Peer Support Group at Transitions-Mental Health Association on Fridays from 12:30-1:30pm at our main office. For more information, contact Jessica at 540-6576.
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