Jun 04 Sunday
The 14th annual San Luis Obispo Greek Festival will be held at Madonna Expo Center on June 3rd and 4th. The festival hours are 11 am to 7 pm on Saturday and 11 am to 5 pm on Sunday. Admission and parking are free.• Authentic Greek food and pastries • Beer and local wines • Live Greek music and dancing • Performances by traditional Greek dance groups • Hellenic cultural booth• Community booth • A marketplace with unique gifts and souvenirs
Don’t miss history in the making with Downtown San Luis Obispo’s first ever Pride Parade! Never done before and full of unknowns, this parade will be sure to sparkle, prance, and dance, be loud and proud, and remind us of the joy we all can feel when we are seen.
Pride is headed back to the Plaza. Experience the traditional Pride in the Plaza booths, music, entertainment, food, and beverages, be in the community with the best people around, and wrap up the day with our headliner - Sly and the Family Stone!
Join us and 25 pinot producers, 15 paella chefs, music by the Cimo Brothers, and a book signing with Rex Pickett, author of Sideways. All proceeds go to the Paso Robles Youth Arts Center.
Jun 17 Saturday
NAACP SLO County Celebrates Juneteenth. Resource Fair and Silent Auction, speakers, Soul Food Dinner with a vegetarian option to purchase; live music performances by Mo Better Jazz featuring Deborah Gilmore on vocals, the Legendary House of Prayer Choir, and the Soulful Sounds of Dante Marsh and the Vibesetters; DJ Josh Payne and Soul Dust Productions will be spinning tunes throughout the day. Check out the Freedom Lounge hosted by The History Center of SLO County. For more information or to purchase your meal ticket go to juneteenthslo.com or email email@example.com.
Jun 19 Monday
NAACP SLO County Celebrates Juneteenth! Keynote Speaker with book signing is Iris Duplantier Rideau, "From White to Black." She is the first woman of color to own a winery. There will also be a private screening of "The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks." For more information visit juneteenthslo.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nov 02 Thursday
The Paderewski Festival is a four-day music festival held annually in November that celebrates Paso Robles' rich heritage and its most famous resident, Ignacy Jan Paderewski: virtuoso pianist, composer, international politician, local landowner, grower, and winemaker. The festival features live performances by world-renowned, award-winning musicians, history exhibits, lectures, master classes, film screenings, wine tastings, and more. A youth piano competition, winner's recital, and student cultural exchange with Poland additionally honor Paderewski's legacy and enduring connection to Paso Robles.