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Santa Maria Sun / Calendar Events

February 4

Kids and Family

THE SANTA MARIA VALLEY RAILWAY HISTORICAL MUSEUM
(noon to 4 p.m.)

features a locomotive, boxcar, caboose, railroad artifacts and diorama on the second and fourth Saturday of the month from

Phone: 714-4927

Santa Maria Transit Center
Miller and Boone Streets
Santa Maria

Spiritual

THE CITY CHURCH CENTRAL COAST
(10 a.m.)

holds youth services for junior high and high school students on Monday nights at 6:30 p.m. at Faith Life Community Church, 726 W. Tefft. St. General services are every Sunday at

info@thecitycc.org
Phone: 929-8990
http://thecitycc.org

Nipomo High School
525 N. Thompson Ave.
Nipomo 93444

Cost: Free

Special Events

CAMP FIRE CENTRAL COAST
CAMP FIRE CENTRAL COAST
February 4 (Call for times)

members are selling their world-famous mints, almond caramel clusters, Almond Roca, P-Nuttles and trail mix for $5 per box until Feb. 20.

Cheri Hess
campfirech@sbcglobal.net
Phone: 235-0819
http://campfirecentralcoast.org

Central Coast

Cost: $5/box

BEDFORD WINERY
Display of Mushrooms
BEDFORD WINERY
February 4 (2 to 5 p.m.)

presents the 11th Annual Mushrooms Gone Wild event Feb. 4 featuring the display, discussion and digestion of mushrooms from

Stacey Sniderhan
tastingroom@bedfordwinery.com
Phone: 344-2107
http://bedfordwinery.com

Bedford Winery
448 Bell St.
Los Alamos 93440

Cost: $55, $45 for members

ST. LOUIS DE MONFORT CHURCH
February 4 (9 a.m. )

presents the annual Chapel to Church Half Marathon on Feb. 4. Walkers should arrive by 8 a.m. and runners by 

San Ramon Chapel
6601 Foxen Canyon Road
Santa Maria 93454

Cost: $60 to $75

THE SPECIAL OLYMPICS OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
February 4 (6:30 p.m. to midnight)

holds its annual V.I.P. Dinner and Dance fundraiser on Feb. 4 from

Cindy Hoskins
Phone: 925-0951, Ext. 2349

Veterans' Memorial Community Center
313 W. Tunnell St.
Santa Maria 93454

Cost: $100

THE SANTA BARBARA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Worth The Drive
February 4 (noon)

invites the public to have a community conversation on Feb. 4 at

Phone: 564-5642
http://sbplibrary.org

Faulkner Gallery
40 E. Anapamu St.
Santa Barbara 93103

Cost: Free

Concerts

DJ'S SALOON
February 4 (9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.)

presents the Swing Shift Band on Feb. 4 from

Phone: 736-5109

DJ's Saloon
734 E. Ocean Ave.
Lompoc

Cost: Free

THE LOMPOC CONCERT ASSOCIATION
February 4 (7:30 p.m.)

presents pianist Alina Kiryayeva on Feb. 4 at

Phone: 737-1809
http://lompocconcert.org

First United Methodist Church
925 North F St.
Lompoc 93438

Cost: $25, $5 for students

A TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES
Unfinished Business
A TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES
Worth The Drive
February 4 (7 p.m.)

is presented by Unfinished Business Feb. 4 at

Unfinished Business Productions
unfinishedbusiness@charter.net
Phone: 431-3067
http://unfinished-business.org

Guild Hall
2880 Broad St.
SLO 93401

Cost: $15

THE SAN LUIS OBISPO SYMPHONY
Classics in the Cohan 3
THE SAN LUIS OBISPO SYMPHONY
Worth The Drive
February 4 (8 p.m.)

presents Classics in the Cohan 3 on Feb. 4 at

Heather Hellman
heather@slosymphony.com
Phone: 543-3533
http://slosymphony.org

Cal Poly
1 Grand Ave.
SLO 93407

Cost: $20 to $85

Learning

THE MORRO BAY ART ASSOCIATION
February 4 (9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.)

presents a workshop in pine needle basket weaving with Elizabeth Bear. Employing coiling techniques and long-leaf pine needles, this art form has remained virtually the same for hundreds of years. The event is Feb. 4 from

Art Center Morro Bay
artcenter.morrobay@gmail.com
Phone: 772-2504
http://artcentermorrobay.org

Art Center Morro Bay
835 Main St.
Morro Bay 93442

Cost: $125, $110 for members

YOGA FOR MANKIND
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YOGA FOR MANKIND
February 4 (3 p.m.)

hosts Pure Heart Yoga Teacher's Training with a Q&A session on Feb. 4. Get a taste of the unique combination of vinyasa-style yoga with in-depth explanations of energy, anatomy, alignment and physical adjustments at

Vicki Forman
vicki@yogaformankind.com
Phone: 680-6542
http://yogaformankind.com

Yoga for Mankind
130 N. Broadway St., Suite B
Orcutt 93455

Cost: Free




Weekly Poll
Who should pay for rides home for detainees released late at night from the Santa Barbara County Jail?

The Sheriff's Office
The county Board of Supervisors should earmark funding
Nonprofits should take it on.
The detainees themselves.

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