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July : August : September : October : November : December
Presentation on Whales of the Central CA Coast -
Join us to learn about commonly seen whales and dolphin along the coast of Central CA, and learn how to spot migrating grey whales along the shores of San Simeon and Cambria. Meet at the Center at 10 am. Please call 805-927-2145 to make a reservation and leave a call back number.
LIVE MUSIC - 2336 Main St.
Las Cambritas Mexican Restaurant, 2336 Main St. Local Live Music Every Thursday: John Stephan: Tropical Brazilian Guitar 5-8pm; Every Saturday: Bob Benjamin: Classic Folk Guitar 6-9pm; Every Sunday: Live Band on our Patio 1-4pm - call to see who is playing 805.927.0175.
|April 1 - 30||
SPRING EVENING TOUR - Hearst Castle
SPRING EVENING TOUR - Hearst Castle Evening tour progresses from Casa del Mar to the main rooms in Casa del Mar and into the Library & Mr. Hearst's private Gothic Suite & on to the Roman Pool. Tour runs from March-May. Phone: 1-800-444-4445
|April 2 - 30||
PIEDRAS BLANCAS LIGHTHOUSE TOUR - 9:45 AM
Tours are offered Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, excluding Federal holidays. Meet at the former Piedras Blancas Motel, located 1.5 miles north of light station at 9:45 a.m. Do not wait at the gate to the lighthouse. $10 for adults, $5 for ages 6-17, and free for children 5 and under.. Special arrangements must be made for groups of 10 or more. Tours last about 2hrs - call 805-927-7361 or Email PiedrasBlancasTours@gmail.com. Phone: 805-927-6811
Web site: http://www.piedrasblancas.org
|April 4 - 28||
FEATURED ARTIST FOR APRIL - 1350 Main St.
CINDY STILES will be the featured artist throughout the month of April. Take-in day is April 2, 10am-noon. Artist reception Friday, April 5, 5:30-7pm.
Web site: http://www.cambriacenterforthearts.org
STRUCTURE & FUNCTION OF THE FOREST - FISCALINI RANCH
The Structure and Function of the Forest and Intertidal Zone of Fiscalini Ranch Preserve - Saturday, April 6, 2019; 10:00-NOON 1.Did you ever wonder what is going on in the Forest? (The Machinery of Nature.) 2.Why do we have a Mediterranean climate here? How does that effect our lives? 3.What are the water and nutrient cycles and what that means for our forest and us? 4.What were some of the species important to the Chumash? 5.Who are the producers and consumers in the intertidal zone? 6.What is the life cycle of the Pinus radiata? Join John Menke, an instructor at the Coastal Institute and also a docent at the Discovery Center, who will reveal the answers to us as in an interesting way as we walk the forest loop trail.
|April 6 - 7||
EROICA CALIFORNIA -
All routes will start and finish in Cambria. Last year 1,000 riders participated; came from 35 countries; and stayed up to six days. The event coordinators will be in contact with you about creating packages for them to offer their international participants. If you do not hear from them, or if you prefer, please submit specials and packages to: email@example.com. They will also bring a film crew to capture the Cambria location to share on their website. The new event location was just announced, so be prepared for calls from attendees planning their trips. To find out more about the local event: eroicacalifornia.com To find out more about international events: eroica.cc
Web site: http://www.eroicacalifornia.com
WINES, PINES & FELINES - 5 - 9pm Cambria Pines Lodge
Annual benefit for Homeless Animal Rescue Team. Wednesday, April 10, 2019; 5-9PM at the Cambria Pines Lodge. Gourmet dinner & wine; live auction & raffles; dancing; and Special performance by Cafe Musique. $95 per person; reserved tables available. Tickets at HART, 2638 Main St or the Cambria Chamber of Commerce,767 Main St. 805.927.7377; www.slohart.org
ANNUAL EASTER EGG HUNT - 8 am Shamel Park
American Legion-Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Shamel Park. Admission is free. Ages 8 and under.
|April 21 - 28||
17th Annual CALIFORNIA SCULPTORS SYMPOSIUM - 10 am-6 pm 1473 Randall Dr.
CSS is an annual, week-long program of workshops and demonstrations given by sculptors for sculptors, held at Camp Ocean Pines, Cambria, Ca. The show is open to the public, Saturday, April 27th 2019, from 10 am – 5 pm participants show their artwork in an exhibition open to the public.
Web site: http://www.californiasculptorssymposium.org
FAERIE FESTIVAL - 11AM-2 PM 4101 Burton Dr.
MAGICAL FESTIVAL INCLUDES: FANCIFUL FACE PAINTING,YUMMY FAIRY SNACKS,DESIGN YOUR OWN MERMAID SEA SHELL. Discover new magical friends and faeries in our STORYBOOK TREASURE HUNT. Festival is free & open to the public.
Web site: http://www.spellboundherbs.com
|April 27 - 28||
14th ANNUAL CAMBRIA WILDFLOWER SHOW - 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Vet's Hall 1000 Main
Have you ever wondered about the wildflowers, shrubs, and trees you see flowering on your spring walks and drives on the central coast? You can have your wildflower questions answered by experts and view hundreds of bouquets of fresh wildflowers collected in northern San Luis Obispo County, labeled with botanical names and families along with common names. Helpful books and plant lists will be available for purchase to help you identify and enjoy wildflowers in their natural habitats. Enjoy great snacks at the Wildflower Cafe'. An entry donation of $3 is requested; students are free. Held on Saturday, April 27, and Sunday, April 28, from noon until 5:00 pm. Phone: 805-927-2856
Web site: http://www.ffrpcambria.org
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