Wednesday, December 2, 2020     Volume: 21, Issue: 39
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Santa Maria Sun / Hot Stuff

ODE TO THE OCEAN

IMAGE BY RAY HUNTER/ COURTESY OF THE OAK GROUP

ODE TO THE OCEAN

The Oak Group presents The Link Between Man and Nature, an online group exhibition and sale to benefit the NatureTrack Foundation, through the end of December. The show includes paintings that depict different locations where NatureTrack frequently chooses to host field trips.
Visit oakgroup.org or naturetrack.org to view the virtual gallery and find out more about the exhibit.

—Caleb Wiseblood

RAISE A GLASS

FILE PHOTO COURTESY OF NANCY BLAIN

RAISE A GLASS

The Nipomo Artists, an online collective of local artists, artisans, and crafters, holds its inaugural Socially Distanced Open Studio event on Saturday, Nov. 28, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Visit nipomoartists.com for a map of the event’s featured locations, which range between artist residences in Nipomo and Arroyo Grande. Participating artists include painters, jewelry designers, sculptors, and others.
Call (805) 633-0796 for more details.
 
—Caleb Wiseblood

RUMBLE IN THE BRONX

IMAGE COURTESY OF THE CLARK CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

RUMBLE IN THE BRONX

The Clark Center for the Performing Arts in Arroyo Grande presents a virtual performance from The Bronx Wanderers, as part of the venue’s virtual concert series, on Saturday, Dec. 5, from 6 to 7 p.m. This eclectic tribute group covers a variety of recognizable hits from artists ranging from Frankie Valli to Bruno Mars.
Call (805) 489-9444 or visit clarkcenter.org to find out more about the program.
 
—Caleb Wiseblood

DOG DAYS AREN’T OVER

PHOTO COURTESY OF A.J. VINCOLISI

DOG DAYS AREN’T OVER

The Meade Canine Rescue Foundation hosts its Holiday Extravaganza Sale, starting on Friday, Nov. 27, and running through Sunday, Nov. 29, at 1340 Atascadero Road, Morro Bay. Proceeds of the sale will benefit the foundation, an all-volunteer nonprofit dedicated to helping cats and dogs (including Reesie and Frodo, pictured). Featured items include holiday ornaments, trees, wreaths, and more (donated by the Apple Farm in SLO).
Call (805) 235-1924 or visit meadecaninerescue.net to find out more.
 
—Caleb Wiseblood










Weekly Poll
Would a second stay-at-home order be effective at slowing the spread of COVID-19?

No, pandemic fatigue is too high to get people to follow a stay-at-home order.
Yes, we need it, otherwise our hospitals will be in rough shape.
Local governments should get a say—not all purple tier counties are the same.
It would be bad news for the economy.

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