Jun 04 Sunday
Join us for a Pride-spired macrame class and plant education with Candice and Heather of Peaceful Plants. In this class, you will learn how to weave an indoor macrame using organic pride-inspired threads and pot a plant of your choice for your beautiful hanging decor. This workshop will include instruction and all materials for your macrame, plant, and pot of your choice, including education on how to care for your new plant baby. Ages: older youth to adults
Jun 05 Monday
Everyone knows that the housing market in SLO County is not producing enough housing that is affordable to households with low to medium incomes. Existing public and private agencies address this well-known problem through planning and financing programs that target affordable housing development. How do they work? Are they sufficient? Join this free webinar to see how the sausage is made and why it needs a boost.
Jun 06 Tuesday
Learn about the basics of digital photography, using your cell phone or other cameras, from renowned photographer Jamie Soja. You will learn about composition, lighting, and settings to take a great photo. Jamie will show samples of his own work as well as other photographers and describe why they are good photos. Toward the end of the class, Jamie will take everyone outside or in the library to test out what they have learned with feedback from Jamie. Jamie recommends downloading the free Adobe Lightroom Mobile App for cell phones before the class which will allow users to change the settings in a way similar to a standard DSLR camera.
Jun 08 Thursday
The Alzheimer's Association invites you to the Healthy Aging Club, an active social club for those living in the early stages of dementia. Keep your brain and body active with different activities. Meet others who are living in the Early Stages and want to remain cognitively and socially active. The club meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of every month (4/13, 4/27, 5/11, 5/25) from 10 am - 11:30 am. RSVP at bit.ly/CCCSocialClub or email@example.com or 805-342-0956.
The Alzheimer's Association invites you to the Savvy Caregiver Program, a five-week program for family caregivers. Go beyond introductory education offering with 10 hours of face-to-face training with dementia experts. The Savvy Caregiver Program addresses your biggest concerns: understanding Alzheimer's and related dementias, the toll of caregiving, managing daily life and behaviors, caring for yourself while caring for others, decision making, communicating with a person with dementia, and taking control when needed. The program occurs all five Thursdays in the month of June from 5 pm - 7 pm, beginning June 1. Registration and pre-screening is required. Space is limited. Complete pre-screening online at bit.ly/CCCSavvy or by phone at 805-892-4259.
Join us for a Pride-spired macrame class and plant education with Candice and Heather of Peaceful Plants. In this class, you will learn how to weave an indoor macrame using organic pride-inspired threads and pot a plant of your choice for your beautiful hanging decor. This workshop will include instruction and all materials for your macrame, plant, and pot of your choice, including education on how to care for your new plant baby. Ages: older youth to adult.
Jun 10 Saturday
Outdoor yoga rejuvenates the body and soul and helps you find center by grounding you to the earth. Our resident yogi, Cheryl of Waking Fields Yoga, channels the natural healing energy of our garden into her weekly class on the terrace of SLOBG. Start your weekend on a positive foot with a yoga class for all levels that focuses on mind-body unity.
Jun 12 Monday
Art Center Morro Bay is happy to present a demonstration by classical artist Myles Herman. Myles studied for twelve years under the intense tutelage of Oil Painters Of America Master, Joyce Pike. He is also experienced in mechanical, civil, and architectural drafting. Myles will demonstrate his process and discuss how he keeps his painting fresh and warm.
Jun 15 Thursday