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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.
In the Smart & Final parking lot on the corner of Grand Ave. and Courtland on Wed. at
NIPOMO CERTIFIED FARMERS MARKET
Takes place on Sundays from
SAN LUIS OBISPO
At the Promenade parking lot near World Market (off Madonna Road), Sat. from
In the Town Park on Sat.
LOS OSOS/BAYWOOD PARK
Tues. at City Park from
FELINE NETWORK ADOPT-A-PET
April 5 (11am-4pm every Saturday)
Cats and kittens available for adoption through April. Bring a new loved one into your life for the New Year!
April 5 (Noon-5pm)
For individuals and families who come to create at their leisure, through May 17. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
April 5 (April 5: 9am-5pm; April 6: 10am-5pm)
April 5 (1-3pm)
Kids and parents will celebrate the outdoors in this free, hands-on nature crafts workshop on April 5. For reservations call 546-3190.
THE IRISH CURSE
April 5 (Fri. 8pm, Sat. 3pm & 8 pm, Sun. 7pm)
From its blistering language to its brutally honest look at sex and body image, this comedy by Martin Casella, a revealing portrait of how men, and society, define masculinity, plays through April 6.
April 5 (2pm and 7pm)
SLO Little Theatre presents Proof, a Pulitzer Prize winning drama by David Auburn, through April 27.
Presented by Atascadero High School Drama on April 10-12 at 7pm and April 13 at 2pm. Tickets available at brownpapertickets.com.
April 5 (7pm and 2pm)
The Civic Ballet of San Luis Obispo presents a new ballet inspired by Arthur Miller's The Crucible, April 5-6.
Film and TV
BROWN BAG MOVIE NIGHT
April 5 (5:45pm)
April 5. Bring your dinner, we provide the popcorn. Sponsored by the Friends of Los Osos Library. Call for details.
April 5 (10pm)
on April 5. Performing a wide variety of Soul, Reggae, Folk, and other classics.
SANDI HELLER: "PASTEL ADVENTURES"
Pastel landscapes featuring travel around the West and Central Coast, through April 30.
PAINT & PINOT ART CLASSES
Classes and Workshops
April 5 (6pm-9pm)
Taught by Professional Artist Denise Braun, through April 26.
Cost: $55 per person
Openings and Receptions
April 5 (5-7pm)
Let your hair down and explore the surreal, the realistic, or the abstract, through April 27.
Openings and Receptions
April 5 (6-9pm)
Art After Dark Paso, a program of ARTS Obispo, is held the first Saturday of every month in downtown Paso Robles. Galleries and other venues display the work of visual artists, feature performances in this fun, free, self-guided tour.
Special Art Events
April 5 (noon)
art exhibit through April 27. Celebrating the agricultural soul and native spirit of Paso Robles through original imagery of livestock and wild creatures.
Paragon Brazilian Jiu Jitsu offers kids classes in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Muay Thai through June 3. Ages 4 & up. First two classes free.
CNPS-SLO COON CREEK FIELD TRIP
April 5 (9am)
April 5. Walk along Coon Creek looking for native species in bloom, including many trilliums, and observe the spring re-growth after last year’s controlled burn.
Sports and Wellness
FITNESS FOR GOLF
April 5 (10-10:45am)
Exercises for flexibility, postural alignment, and muscle tone to improve the golf swing, Saturdays through April 12.
Lessons and Classes
April 5 (Wednesdays 5:30-6:30pm in SLO and Saturdays from 9-10am in Atascadero)
Bellyfit is a combination of African and belly dance, Bollywood, Pilates, and yoga, offered through May.
TEMPLETON YOUTH FOOTBALL AND CHEERLEADING SIGN UPS
April 5 (9am-noon)
April 5. First come first serve basis. Sign up early and save money on registration and so your child is guaranteed a spot on the team.
Lectures and Learning
3 WINDOWS TO THE SELF
April 5 (10am)
Award-winning author Patricia Alexander, a leading authority on self-care, offers a workshop on April 5. With humor and kindness, she will bring you practical, creative techniques for more balance to apply to your real life. Includes book.
BAY HEALTH & SCIENCE PRESENTATIONS
April 5 (1-4pm)
The State of the Bay report is a science-based assessment of the health of Morro Bay and the Morro Bay watershed. The report presents five years of data and research, April 5.
DOG TRAINING CLASSES
Good Dogma is holding classes through April 21.
April 5 (10am-12:30pm)
Award-winning author Patricia Alexander, a leading authority on self-care, offers a workshop on April 5. With humor and kindness, she will bring you practical, creative techniques for more balance to apply to your real life. Book is included.
BBQ FUNDRAISER AND COMMUNITY FORUM
April 5 (4-6pm)
Join us for a BBQ dinner, pork ribs, chicken, beans, salad and a drink, April 5. Community forum, Q&A will follow.
Cost: Suggested $10 donation
ESTERO BAY UMC ANNUAL CAR SHOW
April 5 (Check in: 7am-10am; Show; 10am-3pm.3pm)
April 5. All classes ad years.
April 5 (6-11pm)
ARTS Obispo is throwing their Annual Fundraiser (previously known as Arti Gras) on April 5.
SPAGHETTI WESTERN ROTARY FUNDRAISER
April 5 (4-8pm)
Cowboy up and join the Rotary Club of SLO for Cafe Roma spaghetti, top sirloin bbq, fun movies, games for children, and a silent auction, on April 5. Proceeds benefit local charities and scholarships. Order online or call for reservations.
Cost: $25 adults, $5 kids, under 2 free
UNFINISHED BUSINESS: 10TH ANNIVERSARY DINNER AND DANCE
April 5 (5:30-10pm)
Celebrate the band’s 10th anniversary and support the SLO Children’s Museum at the same time, April 5.
STATE PARK DOCENT TRAINING
April 5 (9am-1pm)
Training for Morro Bay, Montana de Oro, and Pismo State Park docents March 15, 22, 29, and April 5.
Morro Bay Museum of Natural History
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