Oct 14 Saturday
Duckies are now available. You can sponsor Ducks for $10 each by going to www.morrobayrotary.org Each Ducky will have a unique number. The more Duckies you sponsor, the better your chances of winning the following prizes: $1000 for 1st Place Winner $750 for 2nd Place Winner $500 for 3rd Place WinnerThis fun-filled floating Ducky Derby will start at 8:00 a.m. Galley/Hof Brau Restaurant’s parking inlet on the Embarcadero with the finish line at Tidelands Park. The public is invited to view the 1000 yellow Duckies floating in the race along with “Ducky Wranglers” keeping wayward Duckies in line. The Central Coast SurviveOars will have their Dragon Boat in the Bay wrangling along with numerous kayaks, paddle boards, and the Morro Bay Harbor Patrol boat. Winners will be announced promptly at 10:30 a.m. on the stage located directly behind the Morro Bay Maritime Museum during their Family Fun Day which runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Come join us to observe the opportunity for children to launch their very own startup business! Kids develop a brand, create a product or service, build a marketing strategy, and then open for customers at our one-day marketplace. We will host 50+ booths (we are growing each year!) at the third annual event in downtown Avila Beach at the outside Garden area of the Avila Beach Community Center.
SLOMA’s Second Saturdays program encourages intergenerational learning and creative expression for children of all ages. Every second Saturday from 11 AM to 1 PM, families are invited to SLOMA’s lawn to learn about the visual arts together using our unique activity kits and create an art project inspired by our current exhibitions.Each art activity kit contains all the materials and bilingual (English & Spanish) instructions required for an engaging visual arts experience that promotes self-discovery, imagination, collaboration, and creativity. Kits can be completed at our Second Saturdays booth or taken home.
Jordan Hockett is back with his pumpkin sculpting demos. Instead of carving pumpkins in a traditional style, Jordan uses a sculpting technique to create complex three-dimensional characters.Come and see him in action on October 14th and 27th!
Oct 21 Saturday
Fall under the spell of owls, bats spiders, and scorpions. Touch skulls and bones that will rattle your bones. Enjoy enchanting music with the Spooky Sisters. Make a mask and sip Witches Brew. For more information, call 805-693-0691 or email: email@example.com
Oct 28 Saturday
We are excited to announce our 35th Annual Pumpkins in the Park Halloween celebration. Children ages 12 and under are encouraged to participate in pumpkin decorating, costume contests, games, crafts, and bounce houses. The first 500 children will have the opportunity to pick out their very own pumpkin to decorate! All of these activities are free. The costume contest will start at 11:30 AM and will include multiple prizes for each age group. Age divisions are as follows: 3 and under, 4-5, 6-8, 9-12, 13-17, Adults, and Families. Additionally, downtown businesses will be hosting the 18th Annual Downtown Trick-or-Treating, held from 12 PM to 2 PM. Be sure to get a list of participating business locations at the Pumpkins in the Park event!For more information, please contact the Pismo Beach Recreation Division at (805) 773-7063 or visit www.pismobeach.org/recreation.
Nov 01 Wednesday
Guest speakers Dennis and Jess Beebe will present a lecture on the Corvids of Santa Ynez Valley. Dennis and Jess will highlight the natural history of five species of Corvids found in the Santa Ynez Valley: American Crows, Common Ravens, Yellow-Billed Magpies, California Scrub Jays, and Stellar Jays. The program will include an entertaining and interactive introduction while examining aspects of these birds that continue to fascinate us.