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June 1-30, 2018 ~

CAMBRIA IN JUNE  -

Experience Cambria in June. Enjoy long walks, biking, camping,hiking, and relaxing! Ready to shop? You will discover something special in the East & West Village.  


June, 2018

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June 
CAMBRIA MUSIC SCENE -
Robin’s Restaurant-4090 Burton Dr.805.927.5007robinsrestaurant.com 17-Jun Jill Knight - acoustic folk 24-Jun Danny G. Three - folk rock. *** Twin Coyotes Winery 2020 Main June 15th from 4-6 pm Bobby Malone  

June 1 - 30
WINE DOWN WITH TWIN COYOTES -
Twin Coyotes Winery at 2020 Main St. Cambria, next to The Garden Shed will stay open later on Fridays and Saturdays. Our hours will be from 12 pm to 7 pm from Memorial Day through Labor Day weekend, and we will have live music appearing on various dates throughout the summer. Phone: 1805.927.9800
Web site: http://www.twincoyotes.com  

June 1 - 24
TERRY OGDEN PHOTOGRAPHY - 1350 Main St.
Opening reception June 1.
Web site: http://www.cambriacenterforthearts.org/  

June 1 - 29
HARMONY TWLIGHT HOURS - 3255 Harmony Valley Road
Kick off your weekend at our winery nestled in the coastal countryside on Friday nights from May 25th (Memorial Day Weekend) through September 7th (Labor Day Weekend). 5-7pm. No reservations. Music is FREE. Food and wine for purchase. No dogs or outside food/drink during Twilight Hours, please. Phone: 805.927.1625
Web site: http://www.harmonycellars.com  

June 3
SUNDAY FUNDAYs - 3255 Harmony Valley Road
SUNDAY FUNDAYs June 3rd, July 8th & August 12th from 12-4PM. Wrap up your weekend in perfect Harmony! Enjoy live music on our patio from 1-3PM. Grab a snack from the Shave N' Flav food truck to go with your wine from 12-4PM. No reservations. Phone: 1.805.927.1625
Web site: http://www.harmonycellars.com  

June 3
Walk the Forest Loop Trail of the Fiscalini Ranch - 10 am-12:00 pm
Walk the Forest Loop Trail of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve with a docent from Friends of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve. Enjoy our Monterey Pine forest as we learn about the plants, animals, human history and the trails in this special part of Cambria. The walk is about 2.5 miles long with very little elevation gain. Bring water, shoes that protect the toes, and wear long pants to help protect from poison oak. Children welcome with adult supervision. Forest Loop walk on Sunday, June 3rd-led by Duffy. Forest Loop walk on Saturday, July 14th-led by Brian. Forest Trail walk on Saturday, August 25th-led by Gil.
Web site: http://www.cambriaranchwalks.com  

June 3
CAMBRIA CONCERTS UNPLUGGED - 4 pm 2353 Main St.
Molly's Revenge- Celtic Splendor. $20.00 per person.
Contact: Brynn Albanese Phone: 805.423.3564  

June 9
SIP TO SAVE THE SEA - 5-7 pm
Join the Pacific Coast Wine Trail for an evening of wine, cheese, dessert, live music and a silent auction at the beautiful Garden Shed in Cambria. Proceeds benefit the SLO Surfrider Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to protecting our ocean and beaches. Tickets are $35/pp and can be purchased at PacificCoastWineTrail.com. The Garden Shed is located at 2024 Main Street, Cambria. For questions, please call 805.927.1625.
Web site: http://www.PacificCoastWineTrail.com  

June 10
The Famous Jazz Artist Series - 824 main St.-J. Buckley Theatre
Guitarist Frank Potenza (Dizzy Gillespie, Ella Fitzgerald) joined by series co-producers Charlie & Sandi Shoemake and Dylan Johnson, bass and Darrel Voss, drums. 4:00 matinee/7:00 evening performances $20/$10 for students Buffet plus wine and beer available prepared by chef Giovanni of the Harmony Cafe. Reservations..charlie@talsanmusic.com or 927-0179*** Coming, June 24- Internationally known Trombonist Andy Martin joined by series co-producers Charlie & Sandi Shoemake and Dylan Johnson, bass and Darrell Voss, drums. 4:00 matinee/7:00 evening performances $20/$10 for students Buffet plus wine and beer available prepared by chef Giovanni of the Harmony Cafe. Reservations..charlie@talsanmusic.com or 927-0179  

June 14
"Introduction to Central Coast Railroads & the S.L.O. Railroad Museum", - 5:30 pm 2251 Center
Glenn Matteson will present an "Introduction to Central Coast Railroads & the S.L.O. Railroad Museum", relating how early day Cambria's growth and development was impacted by the decision to run the rail past Mission San Miguel. The evening begins in our parlor with hors-d'oeuvres and beverages and requires advance reservations due to the intimate venue. Business and family members attend free, and the public is invited for a 410.00 fee applicable to an annual membership. Call Penny Church, at 927-1442, or go to pennylanec@aol.com.
Web site: http://www.cambriahistoricalsociety.com  

June 15 - 31
PIEDRAS BLANCAS LIGHTHOUSE TOURS - 9:45 am
Tours are offered every day EXCEPT Wed. & Sun. at 9:45 am. from June 15-Aug. 31st. No tours on 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 - call 927-7361. Phone: 927-7361
Web site: http://www.piedrasblancas.org  

June 15 - 16
READER'S THEATRE - 1350 Main St.
"A WALK IN THE WOODS" -Drama. $10. Fri@ 7:30 pm-Sat. @ 2pm.& 7:30 pm Phone: 805-927-8190
Web site: http://www.cambriacenterforthearts.org  

June 16 - 17
GEM,MINERAL & JEWELRY SHOW - 10 am-5 pm 1000 Main St./VETS Hall
Free Admission, Parking, & Door Prizes. The show features Gems, Minerals, Fossils, Meteorites, Crystals, Jade, Beads, & Lapidary related items. Santa Maria Style B.B.Q.
Contact: richard@wonderworksminerals.com Phone: 1.805.927.2223  

June 22 - 30
THE MURDER ROOM -
Agatha Christie meets Monty Python in The Murder Room, by Jack Sharkey which opens Friday, June 22 for a four-week run. In this rollicking murder mystery farce, the local constabulary is called to investigate the disappearance of the lord of posh Bynewood Cottage in Yorkshire. Soon, all evidence points to absurdity as detectives discover the house to be full of secret rooms and booby traps, and the family full of ulterior motives. The Murder Room plays weekends from June 22nd to July 15th, Friday/Saturday evenings at 8 p.m.; Sunday matinees at 3 p.m at St. Peter's By The Sea Episcopal Church, 545 Shasta Avenue, Morro Bay. Tickets: $20.Call 1-805-776-3287 for info and tickets or go online.
Web site: http://www.bytheseaproductions.org  

June 23
Walk the Bluff Trail of the Fiscalini Ranch - 10 am-12:30 pm
Enjoy a docent-led walk on the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve with Brian Morgan. Start your 2 1/2 hour, 3 to 3 1/2 mile walk in the Monterey pine and California live oak forest before moving onto the Ranch grasslands with sweeping ocean views. We’ll learn about the flora and fauna, human history, and the trails in this area of the Ranch. Our walk will have some elevation gains but should be comfortable for most. Sturdy shoes and long pants to protect from poison oak are important. Bring water, camera, and binoculars if you have them. Children are welcome with adult supervision. Bluff Trail walk on Saturday, July 7th-led by Stephen. Bluff Trail walk on Sunday, August 5th-led by Duffy.
Web site: http://www.cambriaranchwalks.com  

June 23
18TH ANNUAL BIKE RIDE EVENT - Cambria Pinedorado Grounds
Come and cycle the beautiful Central Coast of California in the 17th Annual Gene Cerise Country Coast Classic Bike Ride in Cambria, California. Supporting and funding programs which promote the positive development of the youth in our community is what this bike ride is all about. Since its inception in 2001, this cycling venue has been a volunteer-driven event, with proceeds benefiting the youth of Cambria, Cayucos and San Simeon. The volunteers and the heart of this event are all about helping kids. Please join us in building strong kids for our community. Our goal this year is to raise $25,000 to fund and support programs for our youth.
Web site: http://www.countrycoastclassic.org  

June 24
The Famous Jazz Artist Series - 824 Main St.-J. Buckley Theatre
Internationally known Trombonist Andy Martin joined by series co-producers Charlie & Sandi Shoemake and Dylan Johnson, bass, and Darrell Voss, drums.4:00 matinee/7:00 evening performances $20/$10 for students. Buffet plus wine and beer available prepared by chef Giovanni of the Harmony Cafe. Reservations..charlie@talsanmusic.com or 927-0179.  

June 27
HIKE IN OPEN HOUSE - 10 am-2 pm
FREE EVENT. Hike at your own pace. The hike is approximately 4 miles round trip. Suggested donation $5.00. No pets. No smoking. Complete details of the hike, please go to our website. Phone: 805.927.7361
Web site: http://www.piedrasblancas.org  

June 27
FILM SERIES-COMEDY/ROMANCE - 1350 Main St.
7 PM. $8.00 Phone: 805-927-8190
Web site: http://www.cambriacenterforthearts.org  

June 28 - 30
JEAN PRESTON SCULPTURES - 5:30 pm 1350 Main St.
Opening reception June 29th ( take-in June 26th) Phone: 805.927.8190
Web site: http://www.cambriacenterforthearts.org  

June 30
Cambria Historical Society's Third Annual Celebration of Authors. - 1 pm-4:30 pm Vets Hall 1000 Main St.
Keynote Speakers, Janice Stevens and Pat Hunter will headline about 35 authors of fiction, non fiction, and children's books. Browse, meet and greet with the authors who will autograph your purchases. $5.00 adults; children under 16, free. Organized in partnership with the Friends of the Cambria Library, the proceeds benefit the Historical Museum. Call Event Chairman Penny Church at 927-1442, or go to pennylanec@aol.com. Website: www.cambriahistoricalsociety.com
Web site: http://www.cambriahistoricalsociety.com  

June 30
Stolo Vineyards Meadow - 3-5 pm 3770 Santa Rosa Creek Rd.
It's that time again! Yay! Come on out to Stolo Vineyards Saturday, from 3-5pm, as we host our good friends, & wonderful performers, The Belmores. Beat the heat & join us on our picturesque meadow overlooking the vineyard. Grab your chair, a blanket, & bring a picnic as you relax and sip on our award-winning estate wines. - The Tasting Room will have wines for sale and snacks to munch on - No dogs allowed on the meadow during music - No outside alcoholic beverages allowed on premise. Please call the tasting room with any questions 805.924.3131