Up and coming events:
Central Coast Kids Corner is made up of many kid friendly and
unique communities: At the end of scenic Highway One is Estero
Bay. The area has become famous for its beaches, beautiful state parks,
bird estuary’s, and the distinct Morro Rock. Kids and parents enjoy a
variety of activities in the area, including
bird watching, beachcombing, or just relaxing and enjoying the
sunset. Besides the nature and recreation, there are also plenty of
family friendly restaurants, and fun shops and treats. We are glad you
are here. Peruse our web site and learn more about the treasures and
adventures that await your whole family! And don't forget to have a
peak at what's happening right now with our local
Museum of Natural History - the only one in the
California State Park system -- opened in 1962. It
served over 10,000 visitors in its first two years
alone, and now some 65,000 thousand people visit the
Museum annually, including 14,000 children who
participate free-of-charge in the docent-led school
group programs that support California's required
science and social studies standards.
The Museum of Natural History - the only one in the
California State Park system -- opened in 1962. It served over 10,000
visitors in its first two years alone, and now some 65,000 thousand
people visit the Museum annually, including 14,000 children who
participate free-of-charge in the docent-led school group programs that
support California's required science and social studies standards.
More info on
Central Coast Natural History.
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SLO Farmer's Market
Barbecued ribs, freshly picked produce, arts and crafts, and live
entertainment ...it's San Luis Obispo's lively Farmers' Market! Held
every Thursday night (except Thanksgiving in which case it’s held the
Friday evening after turkey day or cancelled when it rains), Farmers'
Market is a street fair and produce market. No dogs allowed, City
Ordinance. Locals and visitors alike can shop for the county's freshest
produce and flowers, devour delicious ribs
sandwiches, browse local shops open late, and enjoy assortments of live
entertainment. Recognized as a leader of such activities in California,
Farmers' Market is held on six downtown blocks of Higuera Street,
between Osos and Nipomo streets. The area is closed to all through
traffic to make room for this fabulous event. City Ordinance prohibits
dogs from attending. Please leave your four legged friends at home. Look
out for a six-foot bear — that's mascot "Downtown Brown" giving out hugs
and paw shakes to Market-goers.
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CalPoly ArtsSLO Symphony
American Melodrama2006 marks our 31st season, and
we are pleased to announce two exciting changes to our schedule. On
selected Thursdays in February through May and in October, we will offer
a 2 p.m. matinee instead of our usual 7 p.m. performance. These Thursday
matinees are scheduled for February 2, April 6, May 4 and 18, and
October 12 and 26. Also for Spring 2006, we are
planning an additional show especially for younger audiences. This
children's show will be performed on selected weekday and Saturday
mornings, with reduced ticket prices. Call the Box Office after February
1 for more information on this exciting new program! Camp
Melodrama, our summer performing arts workshop for kids age 7-17,
returns for its 12th year July 17 - August 14.
Local Sports Entertainment:
Through a winning combination of solid athleticism, the enduring appeal
of the national pastime, and a concessions stand offering affordable
beer and hot dogs, SLO Blues games have become one of the most popular
summertime activities in the county.
Past Events Covered by CentralCoast.com:
Sunday April 30th thousands of people gathered at Pozo Saloon to
hear one of the all time best bands The Black Crows. It was a
lively event and I just love how their music is Rock and just has great
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