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Come sample the farm fresh produce and flowers, art show and live entertainment. We offer a veritable symphony of freshly grown fruits, vegetables, flowers and plants. The market...
The Wednesday morning market year round, has about 35 growers who collectively provide a good variety of in season vegetables, fruits, fish, and flowers.
Located in Lopez Lake Recreation Area, this waterpark overlooks the beautiful Lopez Lake. While enjoying the park, you can also enjoy the gorgeous scenery, far from the traffic...
Laetitia Vineyard and Winery has long been known for its warm hospitality and generous community spirit. Located just off Highway 101 near the quaint village of Arroyo Grande,...
Located in the Arroyo Grande Valley, Talley Vineyards produces only the best handcrafted wines. For a chance to taste their wines be sure to check out their tasting room.
Farm fresh fruits and vegetables along with flowers, jams and jellies, flowers, vinegars, exotic foods, teas, jewelry, live music and special events and activities through out the...
Located in the heart of Edna Valley wine region the Saucelito Canyon Vineyard and Winery offers patrons the ability to taste their delicious, handcrafted wines.
Produce both organic and non-organic, soaps, candles, and more, are available Sunday mornings year round.
Great food, fresh local produce and fresh seafood! Over 20 vendors, live entertainment, contests and prizes for entire family fun every Friday evening April through October.
SLOFolks presents Houston Jones
Saturday, February 4th
HOUSTON JONES is a high octane Americana quintet. The band performs...
Once a quarter you can find local chef's cooking up a storm during demonstration cooking displays. Occasionally youíll find local artists out painting the scene, or authors on...
Barbecued ribs, freshly picked produce, arts and crafts, and live entertainment ...it's San Luis Obispo's lively Farmers' Market! Held every Thursday night year round, the...
Over 40,000 historic artifacts on exhibit at the museum along with decorative artwork, photographs, ledgers, maps pertaining to San Luis Obispo County and California history.
Collection of Chumash Indian artifacts, original stations of the cross, robes, and altar pieces from the mission founded in 1772.