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SLO GRANGE FARMERS MARKET
This farmers market is held every Tuesday in the Grange parking lot from
BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS
October 7 (9:30 - 11am)
On Oct. 7 Saint Barnabas will be holding a Blessing of the Animals. At 9:30am we will bless animals in the courtyard. This is for those animals that may not respond well to being in a church or for those who don't want to attend the service. At 10am we will bless animals during the service. All are welcome.
NIPOMO NATIVE GARDEN PLANT SALE
October 7 (9am-3pm)
1000 plants will be for sale, along with T-shirts and hats. Garden tips for your specific landscaping needs, tips for transplanting, and propagation will be provided. Come early for the best selection. Take Pomeroy to Camino Caballo, then Camino Caballo to Osage and park in the Garden's parking lot. Oct. 7.
ART IN THE PARK AT DINOSAUR CAVES
Special Art Events
October 7 (10am-4pm)
This event features over 100 artists, craftsman, gourmet chefs, and live musicians on the first Sunday of every month through Nov. 4.
Model Railroad Swap Meet
October 7 (10:00 Am)
Sunday, October 7 San Luis Obispo Model Railroad Association will hold a toy train swap meet at the Oceano Depot from 10 AM to 4 PM. Get a head start on your holiday train shopping! Free with Free Parking.
Sports and Wellness
City of San Luis Obispo Parks and Recreation Department Open Gym
October 7 (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
HOW TO EVALUATE THE CALIFORNIA BALLOT PROPOSITIONS?
October 7 (1:30 pm)
Attend a Pro and Con session about the November propositions.
Kerry L Bates
Vandenberg protester Dennis Apel sentenced to four months in jail Target practice: How unmanaged recreational shooting affects health and safety in Los Padres National Forest Political Watch 4/28/16 Community Notebook 4/28/16 - 5/5/16 Hobnobbing with Helen Amid negotiations, public high school teachers in Santa Maria are one step away from striking Santa Barbara County Fire Department stocking up on ballistic vests