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May, 2018

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May 
CAMBRIA MUSIC SCENE -
Robin's Restaurant. Molly Pasutti & Friends. CD Release Party with special guest Marcus DiMaggio. 4095 Burton. Dr. 1.805.927.5007www.robinsrestaurant.com  

May 1 - 19
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  

May 1 - 6
BUS STOP - 1350 Main St.
Bus Stop by William Inge Friday & Sat. 7:00 pm-Sun. 2 pm $20. Phone: 805.927.8190
Web site: http://www.cambriacenterforthearts.org  

May 2 - 30
PIEDRAS BLANCAS LIGHTHOUSE TOURS - 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 3 - 27
BOBBYE WEST-THOMPSON PAINTINGS - 1350 Main St.
OPENING RECEPTION MAY 4TH. 5:30 pm...Take-in May 1 Phone: 805.927.8190
Web site: http://www.cambriacenterforthearts.org  

May 5
Fiscalini Ranch Preserve Ocean Bluff Walk - 10 am
Walk the Bluff Trail of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve with a FFRP docent. FFRP docent-led walks are free and open to the public. The walk will begin at the south end of the Bluff Trail. For information and directions, call Stephen at (805) 400-5366 or visit our website.
Web site: http://cambriaranchwalks.com  

May 5
CAMBRIA OLALLIEBERRY FESTIVAL-FUN FOR THE FAMILY - 2251 Center St.
2nd Annual Cambria Olallieberry Festival. 11 am- 4 pm at Cambria Historical Museum, 2251 Center St. Enjoy live music, cooking demos, dessert contest, kids activities, & shop event merchandise. Enjoy Olallieberry delicacies. Local vendors will be offering an array of food and drinks as well as local wines and beer. General entrance: free to the public. To become a vendor, call 805-927-3624.
Web site: http://www.cambriaolallieberryfestival.com  

May 6
3rd ANNUAL CAMBRIA BEE FAIRE - Noon-4 pm 2252 Center St.
Event being held at Cambria Historical Museum grounds.Family fun. Suggested donation $10. Honey & honey foods. Bee themed jewelry. Candles. Buzzy Pets Parade begins at 3:30 pm. All pets in bee costumes welcomed! Prizes given. All details on a website.
Contact: info@beautifycambria.org
Web site: http://www.beautifycambria.org  

May 6
“Can You Hear the People Sing?” - 2:00 pm 2250 Yorkshire
The Cambria Community Chorale will present its Spring Concert, “Can You Hear the People Sing?” on Sunday, May 6th and Sunday, May 13th, Adults: $20.00 Students: Free. Tickets available at the Cambria Chamber of Commerce & the Joslyn Center.
Web site: http://www.cambriachorale.org/index.html  

May 9
FILM SERIES-COMEDY/ROMANCE - 1350 Main St.
7 PM. $8.00 Phone: 805-927-8190
Web site: http://www.cambriacenterforthearts.org  

May 12
Film: "The Salesman" (PG-13) - 4 & 7 pm
Academy Oscar winner, Best Foreign Film (Iran) 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  

May 12
Fiscalini Ranch Preserve Forest Loop Walk - 10 AM
Enjoy the Forest Loop Trail of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve with a FFRP docent. FFRP docent-led walks are free and are open to the public. For information and directions to the Tipton Trail Head, call Stephen at (805) 400-5366 or visit our website.
Web site: http://cambriaranchwalks.com  

May 13
“Can You Hear the People Sing?” - 2 pm 2250 Yorkshire Drive,
The Cambria Community Chorale will present its Spring Concert, “Can You Hear the People Sing?” on Sunday, May 13th, Adults: $20.00 Students: Free.Tickets available at the Cambria Chamber of Commerce & the Joslyn Center.
Web site: http://cambriachorale.org/index.html  

May 18 - 20
CABAR-ESQUE SERIES - 1350 Main St.
HONKERS, SHOUTERS & HOUSE WRECKERS and Phone: 805-927-8190
Web site: http://www.cambriacenterforthearts.org  

May 20
SPRING CONCERT IN THE GARDEN - 5:30-8:30pm 4095 Burton Dr.
Molly Pasutti & Friends. CD Release Party with special guest Marcus DiMaggio. $20 cover charge includes Taco Bar 5-6:30 pm. $10 concert only beer & wine available. Phone: 1.805.927.5007
Web site: http://www.robinsrestaurant.com  

May 20
WINE FEST SUNDAY FUNDAY - 3255 Harmony Valley Road
A relaxing day in Harmony is the only way to wrap up Wine Fest Weekend! Our hilltop decks overlooking the emerald green countryside pair perfectly with food truck fare by Javed Kabab and live music by Tennessee Jim. Food: 12-4pm. Music: 1-3pm. No reservations. Phone: 805.927.1625
Web site: http://www.harmonycellars.com  

May 21 - 23
PAINT FROM LIFE IN CAMBRIA, CA -
Award Winning Artist Laurie Hendricks will be having a workshop, where you will be painting en plein air on location and still life at The Nest Gallery. Laurie Hendricks is a national award-winning artist who has been painting and teaching en plein air painting for more than 25 years. She’s an artist member of the California Art Club and the Laguna Plein Air Painters. She recently received Southwest Art Magazine’s Award of Excellence by the American Impressionist Society. The Price is $375 for 3 days (a $100 deposit will hold your spot). A list will be sent to you will a list of equipment and materials.Further details on website.
Web site: https://www.thenestgallerycambria.com/workshops-and-events/  

May 25
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  

May 25
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  

May 25 - 27
CABAR-ESQUE SERIES - 1350 Main St.
THE ROOTS OF ROCK & ROLL. $20. NO DISCOUNTS. Fri-& Sat. @ 7:30 pm-Sat. @ 2 pm Phone: 805-927-8190
Web site: http://www.cambriacenterforthearts.org  

May 26
HERITAGE DAY - 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Saturday, May 26 11:00-4:00 Cambria Historical Museum, 2251 Center St. at Burton Dr.; Cambria's Annual Heritage Day, featuring displays and demonstrations of all things old fashioned! Free Admission, with food and beverages available. Live Music by Bob Benjamin, vintage vehicles, family activities, and craftsmen and women. Observe jade carving, weaving, butter churning, basket making with pine needles, and quilts. There will be bird houses using local wood, and water colors by Jim Karjala in process. And much, much more! Information: (805) 927-1442
Web site: http://cambriahistoricalsociety.com  

May 26
Music in the Meadow - 3-5 PM 3776 Santa rosa Creek Rd.
First Music in the Meadow concert with Jill Knight & Friends. Spend your Saturday afternoons with us- music, wine, and sunshine...Bring a chair or blanket and enjoy the gorgeous vineyard views while drinking estate wines. Bring snacks, a picnic, or pick up some nibbles at the winery. Fromagerie Sophie Cheeses will be available - yum! No outside alcohol allowed. Phone: 1-805-924-3131
Web site: http://www.stolofamilywinery.com  

May 26
Forest and Coastal Prairies Walk - 10 am
Meet at the Tipton Entrance to the Ranch. Enjoy a docent-led walk on the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve. 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.
Web site: http://www.ffrpcambria.org  

May 28
MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONY - 11 am 1000 MainSt.
Vets Hall parking lot, by the flag poles.
Web site: http://legionpost432.com  

May 29
TIP A COP DINNER-CAMBRIA - 5 pm or 7 pm seatings Vet's Hall 1000 Main
2018 Event-Cambria Veteran's Memorial Hall, Cambria, Ca. Local law enforcement officers will trade in their badges for aprons to spend an evening serving you and raising money for Special Olympics San Luis Obispo County. At the Tip-A-Cop fundraisers, Officers, Deputies, Police Chiefs, and the Sheriff will happily wait on customers hand and foot. 100% of the proceeds raised at the dinners will benefit Special Olympics athletes. If you cannot attend a dinner, please support Special Olympics by making a donation. Help law enforcement support people with intellectual disabilities. For more information: Ramon Voge 805-400-5353. $25 PER PERSON or Table of 8 = $200
Web site: https://www.sosc.org/slocountytipacops  

May 31
Speaker Series - 5 pm Cambria Historical Museum, 2251 Center Street
Thursday, May 31, 2018. Cambria Historical Museum, 2251 Center Street at Burton Drive, 5:00 p.m. Speaker Series: noted author, Clark Colahan will speak at 5:30 about Lovina Dart, sister of E.A. Clark, who were the first settlers up San Simeon Creek Road in 1858. Colahan's book is chock full of details about the earliest settlement of the Cambria area; and Lovina's letters include eloquent comments back home to Michigan about their travails on the California coast. CHS business and family members attend free, and the public is welcome to attend for a $10.00 fee which is applicable to a $30 membership entitling free admission to all events and other perqs. Space in the intimate parlor is limited, so advance reservations are required. Call Events Chairman Penny Church at 927-1442, or go to pennylanec@aol.com.
Web site: http://www.cambriahistoricalsociety.com  

May 31
TERRY OGDEN PHOTOGRAPHY - 1350 Main St.
OPENING RECEPTION- June 1-5:30 PM- take in May 29th Phone: 805.927.8190
Web site: http://www.cambriacenterforthearts.org