Saturday, June 6, 2020     Volume: 21, Issue: 14
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Santa Maria Sun / Hot Stuff

BETWEEN THE LINES

IMAGE COURTESY OF MARTHA INMAN LORCH

BETWEEN THE LINES

Gallery Los Olivos’ latest exhibition is an interactive coloring book, which premiered online on the gallery’s website in mid-May. The book is made up of original art by Martha Inman Lorch, Jayne Behman, Carol North Dixon, and several other featured artists. Guests of the site can download or print out images from the book to color in for themselves. Visit gallerylosolivos.com/coloringbook to view the book.

—Caleb Wiseblood

THE TREE THAT KEEPS ON GIVING

FILE PHOTO BY GLEN STARKEY

THE TREE THAT KEEPS ON GIVING

The San Luis Obispo Museum of Art (SLOMA) posts a new art activity for children on its website every Monday. Children can complete each activity from the comfort of their own homes. One of the previous weekly projects was “Draw What You See,” which guided participants on how to draw a tree. Check out next week’s activity online at sloma.org.

—Caleb Wiseblood

SAND SLAM

FILE PHOTO COURTESY OF BONNIE ERNST

SAND SLAM

Photo submissions to the Oceano Beach Community Association’s inaugural Oceano Beach Sand Castle Building Contest are due online by Sunday, June 7. Winners of the competition will be announced by Monday, June 15, and will be awarded gift certificates to local businesses. Participants should send photos of their creations to info@oceanobeach.org. Call (805) 801-6148 for more info.

—Caleb Wiseblood

THE WOLF AMONG US

PHOTO COURTESY OF THE MORRO COAST AUDUBON SOCIETY

THE WOLF AMONG US

The Morro Coast Audubon Society presents The Wolves of Yellowstone, a virtual community program, on Monday, June 15, at 7 p.m. Biologist Dave Clendenen will discuss the role wolves play in maintaining the health and balance of the ecosystems they exist in. The meeting ID to join the Zoom presentation is 891 2439 3556 (password is 224505). Visit morrocoastaudubon.org for more details.

—Caleb Wiseblood








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What do you think about Aera Energy canceling its project in Cat Canyon?

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It's a loss of a lot of potential jobs that are needed in North County.
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