Saturday, September 19, 2020     Volume: 21, Issue: 29
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Santa Maria Sun / Hot Stuff

WRITE ON

FILE PHOTO BY MALEA MARTIN

WRITE ON

The 2020 Central Coast Writers Conference begins online on Thursday, Sept. 24, and is scheduled to run through Saturday, Sept. 26. Participants of this annual workshop series can expect a variety of virtual panels and writing classes to attend. Admission to the complete series starts at $225.
For registration details and more info on this year’s conference, visit centralcoastwritersconference.com.

—Caleb Wiseblood

ALL EARS

FILE PHOTO COURTESY OF PATRICIA WATKINS

ALL EARS

Simple Pleasures, a new duo show, runs through Monday, Sept. 28, at Gallery Los Olivos. This exhibition features handcrafted jewelry by Patricia Watkins and oil paintings by Cheryl Ambrecht.
The exhibit is open during the gallery’s new hours, Thursday through Monday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call (805) 688-7517 or visit gallerylosolivos.com for more info.
The gallery is located at 2920 Grand Ave., Los Olivos.

—Caleb Wiseblood

GO FISH

PHOTO COURTESY OF LARRY LE BRANE

GO FISH

Out on a Whim, a new art show presented by the Morro Bay Art Association, opens at Art Center Morro Bay on Thursday, Sept. 17, and is scheduled to remain on display through Monday, Nov. 2. This exhibit showcases Larry Le Brane’s multimedia art created from repurposed shoes, musical instruments, and other objects.
Call (805) 772-2504 or visit artcentermorrobay.org for more info.
The gallery is located at 835 Main St., Morro Bay.

—Caleb Wiseblood

WELCOME ABSTRACTION

FILE PHOTO COURTESY OF MARVIN SOSNA

WELCOME ABSTRACTION

The Cambria Center for the Arts Gallery presents Taming the Restless Mind, a duo exhibit showcasing abstract artworks by Marvin Sosna and Deborah Pepin, through Sunday, Sept. 27.
Among Sosna’s featured pieces in the show is Rising Tides (pictured).
The gallery is located at 1350 Main St., Cambria.
Visit cambriacenterforthearts.org/gallery to find out more.

—Caleb Wiseblood









Weekly Poll
Should the county Public Health Department help elementary schools apply for the state’s waiver program?

Yes, that’s what the department is there for.
Schools shouldn’t open at all right now, nevermind with the county’s help.
If the state thinks schools are ready, what’s the problem?
Schools should have to fend for themselves; it shows whether they’re ready to handle reopening.

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