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July 19

Special Events

BOOK SIGNING
BOOK SIGNING
Worth The Drive
July 19 (1 to 3 p.m.)

with Author Karen Kain, an advocate for special needs parents and kids on July 19 from

http://karenkain.com

Barnes and Noble
160 S Westlake Blvd.
Westlake Village 91362

Cost: Free

PUGARITAVILLE
PUGARITAVILLE
Worth The Drive
July 19 (1 to 4 p.m.)

is a fundraiser event happening on July 19 from

Deborah
pugaritaville.eventbrite.com
Phone: 978-5888
http://centralcoastpugrescue.com

Pugaritaville Fundraiser
1809 Mira Vista Ave.
Santa Barbara 93109

Cost: $50

Kids and Family

23RD ANNUAL ANTIQUE TRUCK SHOW
Worth The Drive
July 19 (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.)

will include big and small trucks, shiny and rusty trucks, and more on July 19 from

Larry Hoenig
larry.hoenig@gmail.com
Phone: 904-6092
http://central-coast-aths.org

Trinity
6565 Edna Valley Road
SLO 93420

Cost: Free

Recreation

THE WINDMILL CENTURY
Great Weather, Great Scenery, Great Ride!
THE WINDMILL CENTURY
July 19 (6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.)

 is a 25, 62, or 100 mile bike ride which is open to the public on July 19 from

Tailwinds Bicycle Club of Santa Maria
tailwinds@tailwindsofsantamaria.org
Phone: 937-4097

Pioneer Park
Santa Maria

Cost: $60 to $75

KIDS FISHING WORKSHOP
Kids Fishing Workshop
KIDS FISHING WORKSHOP
Worth The Drive
July 19 (8:45 a.m.)

is a free event that teaches kids basic fishing skills on July 19 at

Julie McDonald
julie@clnaturecenter.org
Phone: 693-0691

Neal Taylor Nature Center
2265 Highway 154
Cachuma Lake 93105

Cost: $10 park admission