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January 27,28,29, 2017 ~ Friday, Saturday & Sunday

CAMBRIA ART & WINE FESTIVAL  -

2017- 15th 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 the Veterans' Hall (West Village), the Cambria Historical Museum (East Village), and the Cambria Center for the Arts (mid-town). 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, 2016). Contact: Cambria Chamber of Commerce Phone: 927-3624 www.cambriaartwine.com  


January, 2017

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January 5 - 29
PAINTINGS BY RONN HARSH - 1350 Main St.
Ronn Harsh Paintings Exchange Jan. 3; Reception Jan. 6
Web site: http://cambriacenterforthearts.org/  

January 7
WALK THE BLUFF TRAIL - 10:00-Noon
Walk the Bluff Trial with Duffy Burns or Gil Eastman on these Autumn Saturdays. Enjoy the Ocean and learn about the properties of Sea Weed and its nutrients and its importance to our ocean, Ocean birds, plants along the Bluff trail and how the ocean currents play into our weather. We might even see a few sea mammals along the way. Bring binoculars if you have them. Children welcome with adult supervision. Meet at the south entrance to the Bluff Trail For more information, call Stephen-805-400-5366
Web site: http://www.cambriaranchwalks.com/page4/index.html  

January 13
FRIDAY FLIGHT NIGHTS - 5-6:30 pm 3255 Harmony Valley Road
Enjoy a sampling of our most coveted library (older vintage) reds complemented with our house cheese and charcuterie platters. Extended tasting room hours, too. Library flights are FREE with the purchase of a $7 tasting fee. January focus: Zinfandel. Phone: 805.927.1625
Web site: http://www.harmonycellars.com  

January 14
FOREST LOOP WALK - 10:00 am- Noon
Walk The Forest Loop Trail in the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve, Enjoy a two-hour walk, guided by Brian Morgan. About 2.5 miles with very little elevation gain. Learn about the plants, animals, human history, and the trails in this special part of Cambria. Bring water, shoes that protect the toes, and wear long pants to help protect from poison oak. Children welcome with adult supervision. For more information, call Stephen at 805-400-5366.
Web site: http://www.cambriaranchwalks.com/page4/index.html  

January 20 - 21
DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF DAVE & YOLY - 7-11 PM 828 Main St.
Jan. 20/21, AND 27/28th. Cover charge $5.00- no reservation needed. Phone: 805-927-3877
Web site: http://www.pewterploughplayhouse.org/  

January 21
FILM -
Saturday, January 21, 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Film: "A Separation" (PG-13) 2011 Academy nominated as Best Foreign Film (in Persian) Reserved seating $10 tickets are available in advance at the Joslyn Center office (M-F 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.); film to be screened at the Rabobank Community Room, 1070 Main Street, Cambria Phone: 927.3364
Web site: http://www.joslynrec.org  

January 27 - 29
ART & WINE FESTIVAL -
The Cambria Chamber of Commerce & Allied Arts Association presents 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" 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 1-4:30 pm and includes the Art Show/Silent Auction (Veteran's Hall), Wine Tasting, Gourmet Food and Demonstrating Artists at the Veterans' Hall (West Village), the Cambria Historical Museum (East Village), and Cambria Center for the Arts( mid-town). 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.
Contact: Cambria Chamber of Commerce Phone: 927-3624
Web site: http://www.cambriaartwine.com  

January 27 - 28
DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF DAVE & YOLY - 7-11pm 828 Main St.
Cover charge $5.00- no reservation needed. Phone: 805-927-3877
Web site: http://www.pewterploughplayhouse.org/  

January 28
PAINT & SIP WITH TWIN COYOTES - 5:30-7:30pm 2020 Main St.
Join Twin Coyotes Winery and local artist, designer and craft enthusiast Skye Ravy for a fun evening of wine and art. Reserve a Spot Letís Party With Twin Coyotes In town for the Cambria... Phone: 805.927.9800
Web site: http://www.twincoyotes.com  

January 28
MORRO THE PELICAN - 10:00-11:00 am
The presentation will be held at Rabobank Conference room on Main Street Morro was rescued, weak and starving, unable to fly with an injured left wing. His rescuers brought him to Pacific Wildlife Care in Morro Bay for rehabilitation. His injured wing healed, but not well enough to allow him to fly freely. He would never be able to succeed living in the wild. Dani Nicholson gave him a permanent home and launched him on his career in education. She has a US Fish & Wildlife permit that allows her to bring Morro to schools and other educational presentations. Most captive pelicans are in zoos. Dani Nicholson acquired a companion for Morro in April, Solamar, is a Brown Pelican who had a broken hand and infected foot. Heís well now, but the hand healed in a position that makes it impossible for him to fly. He may accompany Morro to Cambria. A donation of $5 or $10 for fish is requested. Children are especially welcome. Phone: 805 927-2202
Web site: http://www.ffrpcambria.org  

January 28
WINE & BEER TASTING DINNER - 6 PM 4090 Burton Dr.
Wine & Beer Tasting Dinner. FUN-FOOD-LIVE ENTERTAINMENT-AUCTION! Great event for a great cause. Auction to benefit Cambria Sunset Rotary & their efforts for Paws for Cause & local scholarships. $80.00 per person. Held at Cambria Pub & Steakhouse.927-0782.
Web site: http://www.pawsforacauseca.org