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SLO GRANGE FARMERS MARKET
This farmers market is held every Tuesday in the Grange parking lot from
SAN LUIS OBISPO DOWNTOWN FARMERS MARKET
The San Luis Obispo Farmers Market takes place every Thursday from 6-9pm on Higuera St. between Osos and Nipomo and includes over 120 vendors of produce, dairy, barbecue, flowers, and more.
April 2 (9-12 or 9-3)
Daily art camp for kids M-F 3/25-4/5
Cost: $30 or $60
CHEAP COMEDY NIGHT EXPERIMENT AT THE Z!
April 2 (8:00PM)
STAND-UP, SKETCH COMEDY, AND OPEN MIC AT THE Z IN SLO THE SECOND AND FOURTH TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH.
FREE LUCREZIO PERFORMANCE @ BOO BOO RECORDS
April 2 (5:30pm)
Lucrezio - April 2 - at Boo Boo Records.
After school Pottery for kids
April 2 (3:30-5:00 /11-4:30)
Every child needs a chance to create!
Cost: $20 per class
Create and Learn
April 2 (1pm-4:30pm)
All ages welcome Tuesdays and Fridays for an open arts and crafts session. Each craft is $5 with materials included.
April 2 (9-12 or 3)
Children get focused creativity from 9-12($30) or 9-3($60). Bring a lunch.To enroll: www.smartstudioslo.com/calendar
Cost: $30 PT or $60 FT
Sports and Wellness
Lessons and Classes
April 2 (8:00pm)
Bachata is an emotionally expressive way to escape from the trials of everyday life as you meld with the spirit of the Caribbean. Bachata drawing inspiration from the Spanish bolero and later salsa and merengue. Quote from the Los Angeles Times “Bachata dance is a phenomenon that “has exploded at local clubs” Don’t miss out on learning this incredible dance. This high-energy class provides great exercise in a friendly and social environment. Ages 16 to 96 are encouraged to come. 1st and 2nd Tue
Lectures and Learning
Pottery Classes for Adults
Clay classes in wheel throwing&sculpture
Cost: $20 per class
LEGAL AND FINANCIAL PLANNING AND ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE
April 2 (5:30-8:30pm)
Informational workshop with guest speakers on the topics of legal and financial planning for someone with Alzheimer's disease on April 2.
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