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MAY  2014 ALL EVENTS
May  2 - 23
"Discover Your Central Coast" - 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary "Discover Your Central Coast" spring lecture series 2014. During the Month of May you can enjoy interesting lectures on Ecology Biology, and Aquaculture. Speakers and location will be announced, at a later date.
Contact: Carolyn Skinder Phone: 805-927-2145
Web site: http://www.montereybay.noaa.gov
May  2 - 4
Mary White Band - 2336 Main St I Cambria, Ca
The famous Mary White Band will be preforming TWO shows in Cambria, Ca Friday May 2nd Special evening performance from 7:00 - 11:00 pm. Sunday May 4th Afternoon performance from 1:00 - 4:00 pm. Rick=LasCambritas.com@mail21.wdc03.rsgsv.net Phone: 805-927-0175
May  2 - 18
“THE COVER OF LIFE”, A Heartwarming Drama of Family in Wartime. -
The Pewter Plough Playhouse presents “The Cover of Life” by R. T. Robinson. It is the story of three war brides, married to three brothers, who come to live with their in-laws for the duration of the war. Life Magazine hears about this extended family and sends a reporter to do a cover story on them. Directed by Sandy Bosworth. May 2--18. All Friday and Sat. evenings, at 7:30 PM; All Sunday Matinees at 3:00 PM . Reg $21, Seniors and Students $19. All seats on Fridays $16 Music. Plus Wine Bar Lounge with Live Music, featuring Dave Manion at the Baldwin. Main Street at Sheffield in the West Village. Phone: 927-3877
Web site: http://www.pewterploughplayhouse.org
May  3
CRAFT FAIR AT THE VET'S PARKING LOT - 9am-5pm
Many unique booths to appeal to you. Free admission, Free Parking. Live Music. Contact: Mike Knapp Phone: (559) 288-6614
Web site: http://www.thecraftfair.org
May  3
Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary -
Snapshot day. Details and location will be announced, at a later date.
Web site: http://www.montereybay.noaa.gov
May  3
12th Annual California Sculptors Symposium presents: Sculpture By The Sea - 10am-5:00pm 1473 Randall Dr
Featuring stone, metal, clay, and wood. An inspirational showcase of sculpture for sale at reasonable price by artists participating in the California Sculptors Symposium. BBQ Lunch Served 11AM - 2PM $10 per person
Contact: 805 927-0254
Web site: http://www.campoceanpines.org
May  3 - 4
Harmony Cellar's Tasting for Training: To Benefit Guide Dogs of America - 10:00am-5pm 3255 Harmony Valley Road
Tasting fees collected over the weekend will be donated to Guide Dogs of America. Guide puppies in training will be on site Saturday & Sunday. *Guide Dogs of America’s mission is to provide loyal and loving guide dogs free of charge to blind and visually impaired individuals. The cost to raise, train and match a guide dog with its new blind partner is $42,000* Phone: 927-1625
Web site: http://www.HarmonyCellars.com
May  4
Cambria Youth Music Fund Recital & Tea - 2:00pm 2250 Yorkshire Drive
This recital showcases the achievements of 22 talented music scholarship students who range in age from 8 to 17. The Cambria Chorale and the Lions Club of Cambria have been principal supporters of the Music Fund, providing music lessons for students who show talent in vocal or instrumental music, and who need financial assistance to continue their musical training. Proceeds from the recital go to the Cambria Youth Music Fund. For additional information Marilyn Fiebelkorn, 924-0606.
May  4
Wildflower Identification Walk - 10:00-Noon
Sunday May 4, 2014 (please note it is Sunday) D.R. Miller, organizer of the annual Wildflower show, will take participants on a wildflower walk on the Fiscalini Ranch to hone their plant Identification skills. Call for Reservations 927-2202
Web site: http://www.ffrpcambria.org
May  6 - 31
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 1/1 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 - call 927-7361. Phone: 927-6811
Web site: http://www.piedrasblancas.gov
May  9
Discover Your Central Coast Spring Lecture Series -
Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary lecture series. Time and location will be announced, at later date.
Web site: http://www.montereybay.noaa.gov
May  10
ANNUAL CHILI COOK-OFF AND CAR SHOW - 10-3pm Vet's Hall
Enjoy classic cars, chili tasting, beer tasting, music, goodies bags, raffle prizes and awards
Contact: The Chamber Phone: 927-3624
Web site: http://www.cambriachamber.org
May  11
“My Favorite Things" - 3:00PM 2250 Yorkshire
The Cambria Chorale presents the first of their two 2014 Spring Concerts “My Favorite Things”. Director Barbara Weber has chosen a variety of musical favorites from Broadway and Hollywood: “Moon River”, “Yesterday”, “Fascinating Rhythm”, Send in the Clowns”, “Over the Rainbow” and more. Proceeds benefit the Cambria Youth Music Fund. The 2nd concert will be held next Sunday, May 18. Held at the Cambria Presbyterian Church Tickets $16. Available at the Chamber, Joslyn Center and at door. Contact: Marilyn Fiebelkorn 805/924-0606
May  14
Breakaway Mile at Amgen Tour Recognizes Fight Againt Cancer - 2:30pm
Breakaway Mile at Amgen Tour of California Cambria Finish, ~2:30 PM, May 14. Before stage four of the Amgen Tour finishes in Cambria on Wednesday, May 14, there will be a special walk called the Breakaway Mile to recognize community members involved in the fight against cancer. There will also be a tent in the festival area where the four organizations that the Breakaway from Cancer initiative sponsor will be discussing and distributing material about their programs. For more information on the Breakaway from Cancer initiative, please visit their website : http://www.breakawayfromcancer.com/index.html.
May  14
AFTER- PARTY STAGE FOUR OF AMGEN RACE - 4:00pm-8:00pm
The Cambria Historical Museum will celebrate a successful Stage Four finish with an after-party Wednesday May 14, from 4 - 8 p.m. in the museum gardens. Local restaurants and wineries will offer food and drink, and live music will provide entertainment. The museum will also feature a fascinating exhibit of vintage bicycles, posters, photos and other cycling memorabilia on race day through the month of June. Many of the bicycles and other items have been furnished by Wally’s Bicycle Works of San Luis Obispo. The San Luis Obispo History Center and The San Luis Obispo County Tribune have added some pretty amazing cycling stories that date back to the late 1800s, including an ill-fated race between a champion cyclist and a pair of horses on a dirt track. The museum is located at the corner of Burton Drive and Center Street in Cambria’s East Village. Regular hours are 1 - 4 p.m. Fridays through Sundays and 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Mondays. The museum will be open the day of the race, Wednesday, May 14, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Phone: 805-927-2891
Web site: http://www.cambriahistoricalsociety.com
May  14
AMGEN TOUR STAGE STOPS IN CAMBRIA ! - CAMBRIA, CA.
The 2014 Amgen Tour of California is back on the Central Coast, making several stops. The announcement coming Tuesday in Sacramento, as the Tour announced all of the stops. The community of Monterey, which last hosted the race in 2006, will be the setting for the Stage 4 start. From there, the race will traverse approximately 100 miles south to finish the day in the seaside artist village of Cambria, known for fine dining, walking and hiking trails, and unique shopping. Stage 4: Wednesday, May 14 – Monterey to Cambria. THE FINISH WILL BE AT THE CAMBRIA VET'S HALL 1000 MAIN ST.
Web site: http://www.amgentourofcalifornia.com
May  15
TIP-A-COP - 1000 Main St.
The Sheriff's Department Tip-a-cop Dinner is scheduled for May 15 at Vet's Hall. The proceeds from this event go to the Special Olympics, and in particular the Cambria participants. This day is also the Peace Officers Memorial Day. Ramona Voge, Sally Thompson, & Sue Robinson are the local coordinators for the event. This event has been held in other parts of the County but this is the first for Cambria. We expect that there will be two seatings (6:00 and 7:30) and will try to feed 300 people with BBQ steak and chicken. For more information, Call Ramona at 203-5066 ramonavoge@gmail.com or Sally Thompson 927-2253 hynbrs@aol.com or Sue Robinson at 927-2597. r2nsue@charter.net
May  16
HARMONY CELLARS PRESENTS PARADISE FOUND* - 3255 Harmony Valley Road
Friday, May 16: Paradise found! Hula dancers, a traditional Hawaiian feast and Chuck's wines served with aloha in Harmony. 6:30pm. Dinner with wine: $68/club, $75/pp. Reservations required. *This event is in conjunction with the Paso Robles Wine Festival Weekend. Phone: 805.927.1625
Web site: http://www.HarmonyCellars.com
May  16
Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Lecture Series -
Spring lecture series. Details and location will be announced, at a later date.
Web site: http://www.montereybay.noaa.gov
May  17
OPEN HOUSE - 4-7pm
Enjoy an Open House at Balll & Skein
May  18
“My Favorite Things” - 3:00PM 2250 Yorkshire
The Cambria Chorale presents their final 2014 Spring Concert “My Favorite Things”. Director Barbara Weber has chosen a variety of musical favorites from Broadway and Hollywood: “Moon River”, “Yesterday”, “Fascinating Rhythm”, Send in the Clowns”, “Over the Rainbow” and more. Proceeds benefit the Cambria Youth Music Fund. Held at the Cambria Presbyterian Church Tickets $16. Available at the Chamber, Joslyn Center and at door. Contact: Marilyn Fiebelkorn 805/924-0606
May  18
HARMONY CELLARS PRESENTS 'HAWAIIAN TIME'* - 3255 Harmony Valley Road
Sunday, May 18: Hawaiian-inspired music by Harmony favorite Nataly Lola with kalua pork and ribs by Higgie's BBQ. Grab a glass of wine and relax on our patio--you're on 'Hawaiian time' in Harmony! Food and music 12pm-3pm. No reservations. *This event is in conjunction with the Paso Robles Wine Festival Weekend. Phone: 805.927.1625
Web site: http://www.HarmonyCellars.com
May  23
Discover Your Central Coast -
Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary "Discover Your Central Coast" spring lecture series 2014. During the Month of May you can enjoy interesting lectures on Ecology Biology, and Aquaculture. Speakers and time will be announced, at a later date.
Web site: http://www.montereybay.noaa.gov
May  24
Heritage Day - 11:00 am-4pm 2552 Center St
Saturday May 24 11:00-4:00 Heritage Day on the grounds of the Cambria Historical Museum. All things old fashioned - crafts demonstrations, food, live music, family fun. Information 927-3159.
Web site: http://www.cambriahistoricalsociety.com
May  31
ANNUAL BIKE RIDE EVENT - 6:30 am
Join us for the Country Coast Classic bike ride event starting at Shamel Park. The weekend kicks off with a pasta dinner at Santa Rosa Church Hall on Friday night, May 30th, followed by the bike ride Saturday May 31st. For further information please go to our web site
Web site: http://www.countrycoastclassic.org
 
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