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Community Event, Signing/Readings
"Central Coast Aviators in World War II" Book Signing
Book Signings and readings from Arroyo Grande history writer Jim Gregory's newest book, "Central Coast Aviators in World War II," which describes the history of aviation in the area, wartime training at Cal Poly and at Hancock Field and the combat experiences of local World War II fliers.
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Social Event, Seniors
"Mad Hatter's Ball" Senior Prom
Santa Maria Valley Sr. Club, Santa Maria Rec. & Parks and the Orcutt Academy H.S. are co-sponsoring “Mad Hatter’s Ball Sr. Prom” with Riptide Big Band & vocalist Bob Nations, Sunday, May 6, 2018. Free; funded by Community Foundation of SLO County
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Interactive, Mys, Comedy/Drama
"Movieland Mayhem" - Interactive Murder Mystery Dinner Theater
You are all cast as extras in William B. Hurst’s newest flick: Movieland Mayhem. It’s a classic film-noir murder mystery, set in the 1940’s. The great gumshoe, John Firestone, is trying to solve the latest murder and he needs all the help he can get. So, come down to the studio (it’s a closed set) and be extras in the film. Extras are welcome to wear their own 1940's costumes!
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15th Annual Pinot & Paella Festival
Pinot Noir, In Paso Robles? Absolutely! Experience why Paso Pinot is gaining ever-increasing recognition. Taste Pinot Noir from 20 different producers, and savor over a dozen paellas and pairings from local chefs. Enjoy live music by Paso Wine Man Band. The festivities all take place in the Templeton Community Park under the shade of the oak trees. Lawn chairs and blankets are encouraged! All proceeds benefit Youth Arts Programs in San Luis Obispo County.
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Art Show, Sculpture
16th California Sculptors Symposium
Call to sculptors, artists and art lovers! Welcome to the 16th California Sculptors Symposium April 22 -29, 2018 Join us in celebrating our 16th California Sculptors Symposium at Camp Ocean Pines in Cambria! The first symposium in 2003 introduced a program that welcomed educators, artists and students to an energetic, creative environment overlooking the Pacific Ocean. California Sculptors Symposium(CSS) continues to feature lectures and demonstrations by premier sculptors. Artists of all levels are welcome. Whether you are a seasoned professional or a novice, you will enjoy the camaraderie of creating art among like minded people.
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Auction, Education, Seminar, Fair/Festival, Social Event, Convention, Food/Tasting
2018 Hospice du Rhone Paso Robles
It has been noted that one would require a passport, numerous flights and a few weeks of travel to even begin to experience the Rhône wine journey found throughout the Paso Robles Hospice du Rhône wine weekend. With that said, we guarantee this is a weekend you will not want to miss. Come, tip your glass to the worldly Rhône producers at the largest international Rhône wine gathering on the planet. We hope you will join us for one heck of a Rhônely good time this coming April.
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Blues, Pop, Rock
25th Annual Avila Beach Blues Festival
Huey Lewis & The News, the Fabulous Thunderbirds featuring Kim Wilson and Central Coast favorite Shemekia Copeland, all at California's Premier Beachfront Concert Venue, the Avila Beach Resort. All Ages. Rain or Shine.
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36th Annual Wine Festival
Now in its 36th year, Wine Fest is a Paso Robles tradition when wineries bring the Paso Robles region to one central location for two days of events in the Downtown Park. Venture into wine country for events at more than 100 wineries all weekend long.
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Fair/Festival, Food/Tasting
4th Annual Brew at the Zoo
The City of Atascadero and the Charles Paddock Zoo are very pleased to announce the 4th Annual "Brew at the Zoo", to be held on Saturday, April 28th from 5:30-9 pm. Tickets are on sale NOW at, or at the Atascadero Chamber of Commerce! Early bird tickets are $30 per person; designated driver tickets are $5 per person. If not sold out, tickets will be $35 per person at the door. A fun evening is in store with a sampling of craft breweries, wine and cider for everyone to enjoy while strolling through the Zoo. Attendees will receive a collectible beer glass for tastings, and will be able to enjoy live music and entertainment as well as a variety of food, t-shirts and gift shop souvenirs available for purchase! Come party with the animals and celebrate a fun evening in a beautiful and exclusive setting. A variety of craft beer, wine and cider will be available, including 7 Sisters Brewing Company, Ballast Point, Bristol's Cider House, Central Coast Brewing, Dead Oak Brewery, Donati Family Wines, Dunbar Brewing, Earth & Fire Brewing Company, Justin Winery, Libertine Brewing Company, Lone Madrone Winery, Ruby Cellars, Santa Maria Brewing, Tap It Brewing Company, and Tent City Brewing Company. Plus a special "Welcome" reception pouring of brew as you enter the Zoo (first come, first served)! For our designated drivers we will have A&W Root beer and YES Cocktail Company on tap! Entertainment and music with Medina Light Show and Designs that will include a karaoke, hula hoop and a dance contest, so be ready to win some great prizes too! Enjoy Special guest, Bear Market Riot, as the duo plays their power folk music! A variety of fantastic food for purchase that will include everything from BBQ, tacos and tamales to sliders, garlic fries and cookies. This very special event will be closed to the public and is available only for guests 21 years of age and over. Designated drivers must also be over 21 if attending this event! For more information, call us at (805) 461-5080. A special thank you to our sponsors, American General Media KJUG and KZOZ, Grape Encounters Empourium and The Tribune! All proceeds from this event will benefit the Zoo's ongoing education and conservation efforts. See you at Brew at the Zoo!
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Drama, Staged Reading
A Walk in the Woods by Lee Blessing
A Staged Reading. Two superpower arms negotiators, a Russian and an American, meet informally after long, frustrating hours at the bargaining table. An important, brilliantly executed and strikingly original play. Featuring Michael Siebrass and John Battalino.
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