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Santa Maria Sun / Calendar Events

April 14

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

Art

THE SANTA YNEZ VALLEY ARTS ASSOCIATION
(noon to 5 p.m.)

presents the 2nd Saturday Artisans series every second Saturday from

Phone: 688-7338
http://santaynezvalleyarts.org

Santa Ynez Valley Grange
2374 Alamo Pintado
Los Olivos

Farmers Markets

LOMPOC
(2 to 6 p.m.)

features fresh fruit and vegetables, flowers, entertainment, and activities for the whole family Fridays from

Lompoc Farmers Market
Ocean Avenue and I Street
Lompoc

Clubs and Meetings

THE SANTA MARIA VALLEY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
(2 p.m.)

holds meetings open to the public every third Thursday at

http://SMVGS.org

Cornerstone Community Room
705 S. McClelland St.
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

THE SANTA MARIA VALLEY DISCOVERY MUSEUM
April 14 (11 a.m. and 3 p.m.)

presents Fit Friday, for children "engineers" who will use brains and brawn to make a toy skyscraper as quickly as possible. April 14 at

Phone: 928-8414
http://smdiscoverymuseum.org

Santa Maria Valley Discovery Museum
705 S McClelland St.
Santa Maria

Concerts

GREG FELDEN
GREG FELDEN
April 14 (7 p.m.)

with special guests Chi McClean and Lady Rogo. April 14 at

Standing Sun Wines
evan@standingsunwines.com
Phone: 691-9413
http://standingsunwines.com/gregfelden.html

Standing Sun Wines
92 2nd St.
Buellton

Cost: $12 to $17




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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