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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.
SLO GRANGE FARMERS MARKET
This Farmers Market is happening every Tuesday and is held at the Grange parking lot.
CORNERSTONE REAL ESTATE 10TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION IN SHELL BEACH
October 5 (4-6pm)
CornerStone Real Estate is celebrating its 10th anniversary. They will be hosting an open house to celebrate servicing the Central Coast with excellent and friendly real estate services including property management. Oct. 5.
Film and TV
Film Screening: CHOICE POINT at Sukha Wellness Center on Oct 5th 7pm
October 5 (7PM)
Why is it so important for YOU to see the movie? If you feel stuck, or you’re facing what seem like insurmountable obstacles in your life – or you simply have a BIG project that you don’t yet know how to take out into the world – know that you’ll be inspired by the stories, wisdom and perspectives provided by the inspirational figures who’ve been interviewed for the film. Drawing on their own lives, they describe how they’ve learned to shift their beliefs, change self-defeating thoughts...
October 5 (6-8pm)
The Monarch Club at Trilogy in Nipomo hosts an outdoor summer concert series on the first Friday of every month with food and drinks available for purchase. Matt Cross and the One Night Band perform Oct. 5.
DELHI 2 DUBLIN
October 5 (8pm)
is Canada's buzz-band right now. They bring a great mix of world music with club beats to every performance they do. Come see them at the Cohan Center on Oct. 5.
October 5 (7pm)
Organist Katya Gotsdiner will be joined by Katharine Liu (mezzo-soprano). Together they will perform Bach, Handel, Dowland, and a collection of French art songs. Part of the First Fridays at First Presbyterian Church series. Oct. 5.
October 5 (10 pm - 1 am)
Every Friday and Saturday night 10pm - 1am. DJs spin in the lounge. Ask about drink specials at the bar.
Writers and Literature
AUTHOR AND DIRECTOR STEPHEN CHBOSKY TO TALK AT CAL POLY ABOUT BANNED BOOKS
October 5 (4pm)
Robert E. Kennedy Library presents a conversation with Stephen Chbosky, author, screenwriter, and director of Perks of Being a Wallflower at Chumash Auditorium on Oct. 5 as part of the library's celebration of Banned Books Week. The event is free and open to the public and will be followed by a book-signing. Through Oct. 6, Banned Books Week celebrates the freedom to access information while drawing attention to the harms of censorship.
ART AFTER DARK
Openings and Receptions
October 5 (6-9pm)
The fun, free, first Friday artwalk in downtown San Luis Obispo takes place on the first Friday of every month. Visit galleries and other venues exhibiting art in historic downtown SLO.
CRAVE: ART, FOOD, AND SOCIAL EXPERIENCE-COME TO YOUR SENSES COCKTAIL PARTY
Special Art Events
October 5 (5:00 pm)
Crave comprises a series of artist-orchestrated, themed meals in collaboration with Alvaro Castellanos Rojas and Weston Richards of Spare Parts Guerilla Dining. This series is an innovative form of cultural outreach and hospitality that results in resonant, cultural experiences.
Cost: Cocktail party: $55 General Admission/$45 CAF Members; Each dinner: $200 General Admission/$190 CAF Members. Pay a discounted ticket price for all three events: $440 General Admission/$410 CAF Members. Price includes wine. We offer a discounted price
October 5 (6:45 pm )
kids will experience a special evening to celebrate the treasures of life by savoring a cup of fruity tea, being pampered, and enjoying the beautiful things life has to offer. Kids will enjoy kid-sized robes and slippers, pumpkin facial, and fruit, & tea.
Sports and Wellness
FREE PROJECT OF LIGHT CLINIC
October 5 (11am-2pm)
Global Alliance for Balance and Healing is offering free sessions of light and tone at the Project of Light clinic on Oct. 5 at the Santa Margarita Community Hall. No appointment is necessary. All are welcome. Come and enjoy a free tune up facilitated by Global Alliance Healing Team members.
DUNES CENTER GOLF TOURNAMENT
October 5 (11am)
Join us on Oct. 5 for our golf tournament, benefiting the Dunes Center’s environmental education programs. Player fee includes 18 holes of golf, food and wine tasting, lunch, awards ceremony, and raffle prizes. With your support our programs will continue to promote stewardship and inspire future environmental and community vitality. Register today.
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