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SLO GRANGE FARMERS MARKET
This farmers market is held every Tuesday in the Grange parking lot from
February 19 (6:00PM)
Peggy Koteen, long time animal rights activist and Director of Animal Emancipation of SLO, will give a short presentation about how she became an activist and how she views the present status of animal activism in SLO county. Presentation begins at 6:45PM, Feb 19, at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 2201 Lawton Ave, SLO, 93401. Prior to the presentation there will be a vegan potluck starting at 6PM. Please bring a food dish or food item to share. Public Invited. Info: call 773-1232.
February 19 (9:30pm - 1:30am )
Fat Tuesday February 19th at 9pm Costumes encouraged! $8 presale $10 at the door Drink specials all night!!! reserve bottle service at www.motherstavern.com ALSO! At the Palm earlier in the evening a special presentation: Electronic Awakening unveils the underground spiritual dance rave trance movement that has developed within electronic music cultures worldwide... and begs the question where is it all leading ... The film will be screened at the Palm Theatre on Tuesday, Feb. 19th, 7pm; $7. The film features music by Shpongle, Phutureprimitive and others as well as interviews with such brilliant spokespersons for the unveiling: Daniel Pinchbeck, Erik Davis and Starhawk. For details, trailer AND for infor about the Dance Party afterwards, visit: http://bit.ly/XsWjP3 .
Cost: $8 advance, $10 at door
February 19 (8PM)
Given the Circumstances bring their electric homeless melodies to Cambria. Opening act: Veronica and the Mental Foreplay
February 19 (6:00 pm)
Info session for the 2013 Family-Friendly Spanish Study & Cultural Tour Tues. Feb. 19th at 6:00 pm, Pacheco School, Faculty Lounge This is an invaluable opportunity for you & your child to Study Spanish Abroad together. This 2-week all-inclusive program has been creatively designed by Cuesta College Spanish Professor, Dawn Feuerberg, to accomodate all ages & Spanish language abilities. Participants can now EARN 2 UNITS of University Credit. Go to vivastudyabroad.com for more info.
Sports and Wellness
February 19 (6:30pm)
Cycling targets a wide variety of abilities, fitness levels and goals. You control the resistance and thus the intensity of the workout.Class meets: 1/8-4/16 Tu 6:30-7:30p $42,Class meets: 1/10-4/18 Th 6:30-7:30p $42.
Lessons and Classes
February 19 (6:31pm)
Put a smile on your face, boost your immune system, energize your heart, and ignite your creativity while playing a series of easy games and movements and generating laughter for no reason! Practiced in 65 countries by 8,000 groups, laughter is scientifically proven to reduce stress and increase the endorphins and much more. Featured in Time Magazine, Forbes, CNN, Oprah Show. All ages, men and women and all abilities are welcome. No special clothes, skill or equipment. Free, however donations appreciated. Feb. 19.
Lectures and Learning
February 19 (5:30 - 7:00 pm)
Come learn basics of EFT tapping to relieve stress, anxiety, frustration, pain, etc. 5:30 on 2/19 at New Frontiers.
WRITING FROM LIFE
February 19 (1:45-3:45pm)
Join this five week class to find your passion and write about your life, travel, journaling, or stories. Every Tuesday. Classes start on Feb. 19.
Cost: Suggested donation of $35
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