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SLO GRANGE FARMERS MARKET
This farmers market is held every Tuesday in the Grange parking lot from
October 4 (5pm happy hour, 7pm performance)
Known for his darkly humorous stop-motion films that touch on themes of love, death, and salvation, Brent Green performs live with a series of his recent short films on Oct. 4.
Cost: Free admission
Special Art Events
October 4 (6-8)
The Painters Group presents "No Rules." October is here, and in honor of the changing seasons, we here at Art Central decided to change it up a bit, too. October’s exhibit demonstrates just how wild and creative some of our local artists can go when the only guideline to abide by is to not abide by any guidelines. “No Rules” Features The Painters Group of San Luis Obispo, a group devoted to the support of local artists and the community that backs them. We want these artists to take the expression ‘thinking out of the box’ to a whole new level... heck, throw out the box, altogether! This is an extraordinary opportunity not to be missed & we hope to see you here for Art After Dark next Friday, 6-8pm.
Sports and Wellness
October 4 (10:45)
Laughter Yoga is an aerobic exercise that can be done by all body types including people in wheelchairs, and it's offered every Thurs.
Lessons and Classes
October 4 (7:55am)
Class meets: 9/11-12/18 T/Th 7:55-8:55a $73 Try this early morning class! Get into your target heart rate zone by combining strength with kickboxing and core combo, boot-camp moves and hi/low impact group exercise.
Lessons and Classes
October 4 (6:30pm)
Class meets: 9/11-12/11 Tu & 9/13-12/20 Th 6:30-7:30p $42 for one day and $84 for both days. Cycling targets a wide variety of abilities, fitness levels and goals. You control the resistance and thus the intensity of the workout.Perfect for beginners and well-seasoned cyclists.
Lectures and Learning
SUICIDE PREVENTION FORUM
October 4 (6-9pm)
8th Annual Suicide Prevention Forum will utilize a dramatic presentation based upon compilation of true-life events of stressors that can lead to suicidal ideation or acts. The goal is to educate participants about at-risk populations, warning signs, and the risk factors that can lead to suicide. First-person stories, resource tables, networking, and free CEUs will be available. For more information, please contact David Mayfield at 440-4612 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Oct. 4.
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