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SLO GRANGE FARMERS MARKET
This farmers market is held every Tuesday in the Grange parking lot from
February 15 (6pm - 8pm )
Who will be the First SLO Ambassador? Meet the candidates and Make Your Vote Count! Join us at Mother's Tavern on Friday, February 15th from 6 - 8pm and enjoy food and drink specials, watch video screenings of contestant entries and have the opportunity to meet with the candidates. For details, and to rsvp: www.motherstavern.com/calendar
FIRESIDE CONCERT AT PEAR VALLEY
February 15 (5:30 - 8:30 pm)
Choose Pear Valley for your post-Valentine's Day date! Paso Robles local Erin Montgomery will be here to delight you with her soulful sound. We'll have a fire in the fireplace so just bring your friends and some snacks and relax with some Pear Valley wine, available by the glass or bottle. The concert is complimentary.
SHARE THE LOVE COFFEEHOUSE CONCERT
February 15 (7:00pm)
Friday, February 15, at 7pm, come enjoy a benefit concert by Bay area award-winning singer/songwriter Bobby Jo Valentine, at the Atascadero United Methodist Church (proceeds to go towards youth service project rehabilitating Native American homes.) Tickets are $15, and Joebella coffee, delectable desserts and professional childcare all will be available.
Openings and Receptions
February 15 (5 to 7:30 p.m.)
Envisions Gallery at 5975 Traffic Way and Olive Tree Fine Arts at 5850 Traffic Way will show the art of iconic folk photographer, Joe Schwartz from 5 to 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 15. Envisions will have Schwartz scholar Dr. Harvey Levenson of Cal Poly speaking and the live music of singer Liam Daley of Atascadero accompanied by pianist Nancy Koren, also of Atascadero. For more information, call Envisions at 466-5850 or Olive Tree at 461-5600.
Cost: No charge
Create and Learn
February 15 (3:30 - 5:00PM)
Feb. 15 Make your drawings the correct size in your picture by taking simple boxes and a couple of dots for success.
Cost: $25/includes materials
Community Notebook 8/25/16 - 9/1/16 Into the wild: Armed with little more than a catchpole and a leash, animal services officers strive to maintain a balance between humans, pets, and wildlife Political Watch 8/25/16 Save the Valley still trying to shut down Chumash Casino Juvenile mentorship program proposed for North County Reassessing a situation: A steep increase in taxes at Knollwood Village may force some senior residents to move Exoskeleton technology comes to Cottage Rehabilitation Hospital, helping injured Central Coast patients walk