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January 23,24,25, 2015 ~ Friday, Saturday & Sunday
CAMBRIA ART & WINE FESTIVAL 
2015 13th Annual Cambria Art & Wine Festival
The Cambria Chamber of Commerce & Allied Arts Association present the Cambria Art & Wine Festival. The fun begins on Friday at 10:00 am with Special Shopping Deals and Entertainment throughout the Village.The "Art, Wine & All That Jazz" Kick Off Party on Friday night from 6-10pm includes the Art Show Preview, Wine & food Pairing and Entertainment.

Saturday, more shopping deals, demonstrating artists throughout the village, the Veterans' Hall is open from 10am-4pm for the Art Show/Silent Auction. Wine tasting for The Main Event is on Saturday from 1-4:30pm and includes the Art Show/Silent Auction (Veteran's Hall), Wine Tasting, Gourmet Food and Demonstrating Artists at both the Veterans' Hall (West Village) and the Cambria Historical Museum (East Village).

On Sunday, the shopping specials continue throughout the village. Enjoy the Artists' Faire, Barbecue & Raffle Drawings at the Veterans' Hall. Meet the Artists and enjoy their work/reproductions as you sip yet more wine from our local vineyards.

Sign up sheets to participate (artists, businesses, wineries, restaurants) and tickets for the event are available at the Cambria Chamber, 767 Main Street. Visit http://www.CambriaArtWine.org for more information and to purchase tickets (tickets will be available October 1, 2010). Contact: Cambria Chamber of Commerce Phone: 927-3624
http://www.CambriaArtWine.org

JANUARY 2015 ALL EVENTS
January  2 - 19
PEWTER PLOUGH PLAYHOUSE PRESENTS DUKE’S PLACE - 824 Main St.
EVENT for 2015. An Original bio-musical revue wholeheartedly dedicated to the Elegant Duke Ellington and his music. December 19—January 18 The Pewter Plough’s Great American Song Book Society presents “Duke’s Place”, an original musical celebrating the life and work of Duke Ellington. This show was written and directed by Rebecca Buckley and produced by Jim Buckley. The Music Director is Jim Conroy. Many of the Duke’s most famous songs are featured, including “Mood Indigo”, “Sophisticated Lady,” “I Got It Bad and That Ain’t Good,” “Take The A Train” and many more. Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM. Sunday Matinees at 3:00PM Tickets $25.00 Each (Opening Champagne Gala Sat. Dec. 20: tickets $30.00 Each.) Phone: 805.927.3877
Web site: http://www.pewterploughplayhouse.org.
January  9
Cambria Center for the Arts Presents: "A Breath of Fresh Air" -
A Plein Air Art Show Featuring the Wednesday Irregulars. Thirty + years ago, a small group of local painters began plein air painting together on Wednesdays. Since that time, the group has grown a great deal, and on any Wednesday, this group of artists can be spotted painting around town or in the surrounding coastal areas. As individuals ranging from beginner to award-winners and professionals, they cover a wide variety of media and painting styles. Some of the Irregulars include locally and nationally recognized artists such as: John Barnard - http://www.johnbarnardart.com/, Jeanette Wolff http://www.jeanettewolff.com/ Art Van Ryan and Sue Johnson http://data.fineartstudioonline.com Event Date/Time: January 9th - February 9th 2014 Opening Reception: Friday, January 10th, 2014 / 5:30-7:00 pm Free Admission / Live Music and Refreshments
Web site: http://www.ArtistsOfCambria.com
January  18
FAMOUS JAZZ ARTIST SERIES -
2015 EVENT. Runs: Jan.18th, Feb.1st,Feb.15th. Ticket Price is $20.00 each or $30.00 for both performances Two Performances - 3:00PM & 7:00PM Purchase at: brownpapertickets.com http://bpt.me/904191 800-838-3006 or at the CCA Gallery, 1350 Main Street, Cambria 805-927-8190, Thursday & Friday 1:00 - 4:00PM or Saturday & Sunday 11:00AM – 4:00PM Please see website for full details of artists.
Web site: http://www.cambriacenterforthearts.org
January  24 - 26
Art & Wine Festival -
The Cambria Chamber of Commerce & Allied Arts Association present the Cambria Art & Wine Festival. The fun begins on Friday at 10:00 am with Special Shopping Deals and Entertainment throughout the Village. The "Art, Wine & All That Jazz" Kick Off Party on Friday night from 6-10 pm includes the Art Show Preview, Wine & Food Pairing and Entertainment. Saturday, the Vets' Hall is open from 10 am-4 pm for the Art Show/Silent Auction. Wine tasting for The Main Event is on Saturday from 1 to 4:30 PM and includes the Art Show/Silent Auction, Wine Tasting, as well as Gourmet Food and Demonstrating Artists at the Cambria Historical Museum in the East Village. On Sunday the shopping specials continue throughout the village. Enjoy the Artists' Faire, Barbecue & Raffle Drawings at the Vets' Hall. Meet the Artists and enjoy their work/reproductions. Artists are invited to participate by submitting their work to the Silent Auction and/or display their work at a participating business. Sign up sheets and tickets are available at the Cambria Chamber, 767 Main Street. Visit www.seecambria.com/artwine for more information. The Free Cambria Trolley will run a half hour loop 12 noon-6pm along Moonstone Beach, all along Main St. & up to the Cambria Nursery. Stops will be approximately every 30 minutes. Visitors may flag down the Trolley anywhere along the route.
Contact: Cambria Chamber of Commerce Phone: 927-3624
Web site: http://www.cambriaartwine.org
January  24 - 31
Cambria Center for the Arts Presents: Three Sopranos and a Piano -
The stars have aligned to bring together the musical talent of: Jan Callner, Melanie Gruber, Mary Schwalbe and Karen Johnson Please join us for a much anticipated concert to introduce a newly-formed group of four very talented women. You have heard the Three Tenors and now we have their counterparts! Preforming music genres as far- ranging as Mozart and Samuel Barber, to Billy Joel. The performance will highlight musical theater, but also Americana, Scott Joplin, as well as classical. * Musical theater composers are Gershwin, Kander and Ebb, Berlin, Lloyd Weber, Jerome Kern, Kurt Weil, Cy Coleman, Jerry Herman, Sondheim and Marvin Hamlisch. Event Date/Time: January 24 - 26 & 31 - Feb 1 & 2, 2014 Friday Performances @ 7:30 pm Saturday & Sunday Performances @ 3:00 pm All seats $20 Allied Art Members $15 Students with ID $5.00 Closing Reception: Sunday, February 2, 2014 following the show Reception hosted by Fermentations - 2306 Main Street (East Village) Location: Cambria Center for the Arts | 1350 Main St | Cambria CA 93428 805-927-8190 Event Information: Tel #: 927-8190 or 927-5951
Web site: http://www.ArtistsOfCambria.com
January  24
THREE SOPRANOS & A PIANO -
THREE SOPRANOS & A PIANO Musical Event January 24 - February 2 Friday - 7:30 PM; Sat-Sun - 3 PM Please visit the web site for full details
Web site: http://cambriacenterforthearts.org
January  25
Barrel Tasting at Harmony Cellars Saturday - 5:30-7pm
Taste Harmony's newest wines straight from the barrel as you learn about the 'art of wine-making' from the Winemaker himself! Gourmet appetizers will be served to sustain hungry students. This evening is in conjunction with the Cambria Art & Wine Festival. $20/club, $25/regular. Reservations by phone 805.927.1625 or online www.HarmonyCellars.com
Web site: http://www.HarmonyCellars.com
January  25
Dinner with the Winemakers at Indigo Moon - 6:00pm 1980 Main St.
Join Indigo Moon, The Pacific Coast Wine Trail and Wine:Taste for an exclusive four course dinner and wine pairing. Each course will be expertly paired with two local wines. Mingle with the local winemakers as you enjoy the evening. Tickets are $100/per person and can be purchased at the Cambria Chamber, cash or checks, only.
Contact: 927-2911
 
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