Mar 29 Wednesday
Artists have long been inspired by the ocean’s seductive movement and transformative power. The sea can be described in an endless number of ways. Its power and beauty can be refreshing and magnificent, seductive, or its mysterious vastness can become turbulent, terrifying, and downright humbling. During this exhibit, artists are asked to capture the exhilarating sensation of the sea. Don’t miss this immersive exhibit featuring a wide array of ocean-themed artworks, offered in a wide variety of media.Tidal Zone will be on display from February 23 to April 3. Meet the artists at the opening reception, on February 26 from 2 to 4 pm.
Mar 30 Thursday
Build confidence in public speaking and improve your leadership skills together with our dynamic and inclusive club membership. We have been a part of the SLO community since 1956 and look forward to welcoming new faces. We are still meeting online so please check out our website and join us! https://83.toastmastersclubs.org/
Join us for an active social club for those living in the early stages of dementia. Occurs on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays (March 23, April 13, April 27) from 10 am - 11:30 am.
Beginning with monoprints and photography from the 1980s, this exhibition follows the lineage of Nixson Borah’s practice toward his recent digital composites. Thursday through Monday, January 6 to April 3.
46th Annual Juried Watermedia Exhibition presented by Central Coast Watercolor Society from February 23 to April 3. Juried by award-winning watercolorist Fealing Lin, the exhibit features a wide variety of watermedia styles and techniques by talented California artists. Winners and prizes will be awarded at the Reception on February 26, from 2 to 4 pm.
Disney's High School Musical is fun for the whole family. Almost 40 students are involved in this production of high-energy and upbeat musical numbers. The show is filled with positive messages about friendship and being true to yourself. It’s also filled with great comedy and toe-tappin’, hand-clappin’ musical numbers. The stage show is different from the movie in that the characters are more believable, not so stereotypical, and have a lot more heart. A few new characters have been added, and there’s a lot more music and dance. Come see Templeton High School’s production of Disney’s High School Musical to enjoy a show that’s a breath of fresh air filled with hope and joy.