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Film and TV
This class takes place on Sun. and is taught by a professional film actor/director. Annual LA trips to perform for talent agents and casting directors.
SLO GRANGE FARMERS MARKET
This farmers market is held every Tuesday in the Grange parking lot from
FACULTY RESEARCH TRIENNIAL
Openings and Receptions
November 27 (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.
Sports and Wellness
FREE PINEAL TONING GROUP
Lessons and Classes
November 27 (6:30pm to 7:30pm)
On Tuesday, November 27, Global Alliance for Balance and Healing will host a Pineal Toning Group, facilitated by a Healing Team member, from 6:30pm to 7:30pm at the Global Alliance Center in Santa Margarita. This is a free Community Outreach Program and no registration is required. No experience is necessary and information about Pineal Toning will be provided to newcomers.
Lectures and Learning
Meet the Midwives
November 27 (7:00-8:30)
Interested in midwifery services? Come and meet our local midwives! This will be an interactive gathering giving you the chance to meet and talk with local midwives. Nurse-midwives and Licensed midwives will be present, services cover pre-pregnancy, prenatal, childbirth, postpartum, new-born, and well woman care. Please join us this tuesday, November 27, 7:00-8:30pm at Eco Bambino 863 Monterey St. SLO. Event hosted by Birth and Baby Resource Network, www.bbrn.org
Birth and Baby Resource Network
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