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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.
November 13 (7:00 p.m.)
Warren Miller Entertainment brings you its 63rd film, Flow State. Enter the Flow State with host Jonny Moseley and other world-class athletes like Colby West, Jess McMillan and David Wise as they throw down some of the most impressive action that Warren Miller Entertainment has ever captured. So buckle up, because this Warren Miller film will take you into the Flow State…where the mountain meets the mind. Flow State will be featured on the PAC Big Screen as a fundraiser for PAC Outreach.
Cost: $13.00 - $16.00
CHEAP COMEDY NIGHT EXPERIMENT AT THE Z!
November 13 (8PM)
CHEAP COMEDY NIGHT EXPERIMENT AT THE Z! Former cast members of local television cult show FISHMASTERS host an evening of Stand Up Comics, Sketch Comedy, Music, and "Anything Goes" Open Mic the 2nd and 4th Tuesday each Month. Show starts at 8pm. The Z is located at 2010 Parker (Parker & High off Higuera).
CAL POLY PIANO STUDENT RECITAL
November 13 (7:30pm)
on Nov. 13.
Cal Poly Music Department
Writers and Literature
November 13 (7pm)
Meets the second Tuesday of the month. A great networking experience for writers. Speakers attend each meeting.
FACULTY RESEARCH TRIENNIAL
Openings and Receptions
November 13 (5:00 pm)
Faculty Research Triennial: Showcase of new creative research and artwork in graphic design, photography, drawing, painting, sculpture, installation, and art history by Cal Poly Department of Art and Design Faculty. Exhibition November 9-December 7. Opening reception Friday, November 9, 5 pm. Gallery hours Tuesday-Saturday, 11-4 pm.
Lectures and Learning
PRESERVING SLO’s WIDE OPEN SPACES: AN EVENING WITH NEIL HAVLIK
November 13 (7 p.m.)
Meet the man who created SLO’s greenbelt legacy. Recently retired from his position as Natural Resources Manager for the City of San Luis Obispo, Neil Havlik spent 17 years leading the city’s effort to preserve over 6,500 acres of open space and wildlife habitat. So what does he think should come next? Neil will give his vision for SLO’s future—the problems and the prospects.
November 13 (8:30-10:30am)
Whether you are currently a Board Director, interested in becoming a Board Director or a nonprofit manager responsible for developing and supporting your organization's Directors, Jan Masoaka's (CEO of Calnonprofits) presentation will offer the insight you need to ensure you create the greatest leadership impact. Please register online for this event by going to http://www.supportcenter.org/content.aspx?page_id=87&club_id=870953&item_id=241747.
PASO ROBLES ALZHEIMER'S/DEMENTIA GENERAL INTEREST
November 13 (5:30pm)
Open to all, this group meets the second Tues. of the month.
Phone: Elana Peters at 975-8270
Get on the bus! Troublesome numbers - With reform legislation stalling, a state nurses union releases local hospitals' billing figures Each drop is priceless - Santa Maria is ahead of the curve when it comes to water conservation Changing of the guard Lompoc wind farmgets two more years Abel Maldonado is striving to repeal A.B. 109 Good, clean fun