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May 11

Special Events

A MOTHER'S LOVE DINNER SHOW
May 11 (5:30 p.m.)

and fundraiser event featuring live music by singers Dennis Headrick, George Stillman, and Maggie Worsdale is May 11 at

Dennis Headrick
deh@lompoc.com
Phone: 736-4567, Ext. 223

La Purisima Hall
213 W. Olive Ave.
Lompoc 93436

Cost: $35

THE 3RD ANNUAL FIREFIGHTER'S CHOW DOWN
May 11 (1 p.m.)

features firefighters and friends tackling the biggest sandwich on the central coast to raise funds for the Central Coast Firefighters Charity Fund on May 11 at

fireshot207@gmail.com
Phone: 345-0197

Rancho Nipomo Deli and BBQ
108 Cuyama Lane
Nipomo

LOTUSLAND
Worth The Drive
May 11 (1:30 to 4 p.m.)

offers a Mother's Day Tea and Tour event on May 11 from

Phone: 969-9990
http://lotusland.org

Lotusland
Montecito

Cost: $80, $70 for members

THE SLO MINI MAKER FAIRE
Worth The Drive
May 11 (11 a.m. to 3 p.m.)

is "The Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth" on May 11 from

Phone: 543-8562
http://slominimakerfaire.com

Mission Plaza
SLO , CA

Health

WELLNESS FAIR
Worth The Drive
May 11 (noon to 4 p.m.)

is Sycamore Mineral Springs' first annual event on May 11 from

Phone: 595-7302
http://sycamoresprings.com

Sycamore Mineral Springs
1215 Avila Beach Drive
SLO