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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.
SLO GRANGE FARMERS MARKET
This farmers market is held every Tuesday in the Grange parking lot from
October 27 (7pm- 2am)
It's Halloween...wanna get freaky? 93.3 KZOZ does, at the biggest Halloween Party on the Central Coast: 93.3 KZOZ's Freak Fest 2012! Pappy McGregor's in downtown Paso will be crawling with corpses on Oct. 27. Featuring $4 Dracula Kiss shots, $5 Bloody Punch, a live band, a DJ, and a KZOZ “Spookiest Classic Costume” contest, looking for classic Halloween characters like demons, monsters, zombies, and more!
HALLOWEEN AT SLOCM
October 27 (10am-5pm)
Kids: wear your costume and bring a friend for free. Participate in a Halloween seek and find, and make a spider hat. We'll have treats, too! Oct. 27.
PUMPKINS ON THE PIER
October 27 (10am-1pm)
This Halloween celebration will take place on Oct. 27 at the Pismo Beach Pier. This event will be followed by the ninth Annual Trick or Treat Extravaganza, held from 12-2pm in local downtown businesses. Children 12 and under are encouraged to participate in the costume contest, bounce house, face painting, small carnival games, and pumpkin decorating contest!
October 27 (1-4pm)
On Oct. 27. Spooky Science at the Exploration Station in Grover Beach. Live bat and animal presentation by the Pacific Wildlife Care at 2pm. Vampire slime and more! Meet Ariel the mermaid with interactive bubble experiments. Come early and play in the interactive science center, wear your costumes, and get a special treat! We have 5 new exhibits, including a digital microscope. Bring a bug and see it on the big screen. $2 kids and $3 adults.
October 27 (1pm-4pm)
Oct. 27 from 1-4pm. Come join us for a free family and community event. A family tradition for generations. Proceeds benefit school enrichment programs in the arts. Numerous silent auction items, including hotel stays, custom art pieces, and jewelry, fine dining, and much more. While grown-ups bid at the silent auction, kids can frolic around and be entertained with Free games and entertainment. Free admission. Barbecue, sno-cones, cake-walk. Come in costume.
Wine Bar Events
October 27 (7pm-10pm)
on Oct. 27.
Cost: No cover for patrons and $10 for non patrons
October 27 (11am-2pm)
Sharpen your palate and learn why blending is an important process of making great wines. Discover how to evaluate base wines for aromatics, flavor, texture and aging characteristics then create several unique blends. You’ll also have the opportunity to purchase and custom label your premium Paso Robles blend. Oct. 27 and Nov. 10.
October 27 (10 pm - 1 am)
Every Friday and Saturday night 10pm - 1am. DJs spin in the lounge. Ask about drink specials at the bar.
On Oct. 27 at 7pm in the Cohan Center, PAC Outreach Services and Cinema Paradisio present the breathtaking Jake Shimabukuro in concert as a dual fund-raiser for the Performing Arts Center’s Outreach program and Guitars in the Classroom
The San Luis Chamber Orchestra performs two concerts: Oct. 27 at 8pm at the First United Methodist Church, and Oct. 28 at 3pm, at the Trinity United Methodist Church. Guest artist is Ann Davenport Lucas performing Schumann’s Concerto in A Minor for Piano and Orchestra. Also on the program is Beethoven’s Symphony #7. $10 donation at the door.
SLO BLUES SOCIETY WELCOMES KENNY NEAL
October 27 (8pm)
The San Luis Obispo Blues Society presents Kenny Neal on Oct. 27. Burning James and the Funky Flames open the show. All tickets are sold at the door. SLO Dance offers free dance lessons at 7:30pm. 21 and over, please.
Cost: $17 members, $20 general public
TIME AND THE WINDS
October 27 (3:00PM)
Oct 27 - Time has been a major subject of religion, philosophy, and science, but defining it has consistently eluded the greatest scholars. Our opening concert explores the concept of time through the minds of some of our most exceptional wind band composers.
Writers and Literature
GOD WRESTLING WITH YEHUDA AMICHAI
October 27 (7-9pm)
We are very excited to present a new program held monthly on a Saturday night. Starting on Oct. 27, Rabbi Linda Bertenthal will conduct a short Havdalah service singalong and then the Rabbi will lead a program, "Israel’s most revered secular poet wrestled with the idea of God in his final work, at times with humor, even cynicism, and at times with apparent longing for a missing connection.” No knowledge of Hebrew, belief in God or affinity for poetry is necessary.
NORMAN E. RILEY: PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION
October 27 (11-5pm)
surrealistic staged black and white still life photos Gray Wing
Cost: Free Admission
October 27 (11-5pm)
state wide juried photography exhibit featuring photo manipulation, HDR and texturing Gray Wing
Cost: Free Admission
Sports and Wellness
October 27 (1:00-3:30)
Oct27th and Nov 24th Unlock the Ancient Eastern Wisdom of Reiki's Healing Energy. Completion of Second Degree Reiki will allow you to learn Distance Symbols and incorporate them. Second Degree certification will allow you to work professionally with clients and become your own boss, if you so choose. We will cover some business practices, self-care and additional healing benefits of Reiki for yourself and those you are caring for. Call to Reserve your Space, as reservations are required. Namaste
Lectures and Learning
October 27 (9am-4pm)
Do you struggle with physical challenges? Is health keeping you from the life you want? In this hands-on workshop you’ll learn the basics for using EFT tapping to create your own best physical health. Oct. 27. Register at janethilts.com/radiant-health.
Cost: $125 single; $199 for two
October 27 (9am-4pm)
Paso Robles Friends of the Library semi-annual book sale on Oct. 27 from 9am-4pm; presale on Oct. 26 for members only from 4-7pm. Applications available at the Paso Robles Library.
October 27 (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
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