Thurs. Jan 21
Due to the nature of the pandemic, the indie/alternative rock singer will be livestreaming her concert instead of having a traditional in-person concert at 6pm PST/9pm EST. To view the concert you need to be subscribed to Bandsintown Plus, but there is no additional cost once you are subscribed.
Come increase your knowledge on the LGBTQ community online this Thursday!
Fri. Jan 22
Hosted by Seattle’s phenomenal broadcast export, KEXP, pop experimentalist serpentwithfeet will join their KEXP at Home lineup for a 2 p.m. concert. The show will be available on their Youtube channel as well as through the listening app on kexp.org.
Tune in this Friday at 6 pm to listen to Lenker perform her album “Songs,” while opening for Thao Nguyen of Thao & The Get Down Stay Down.
Sat. Jan 23
Morro Bay Main Street Market
This market reoccurs weekly every Saturday on Main & Harbor Street in downtown Morro Bay. You can buy goods directly from farmers, foodmakers, craftspersons, and artisans. Their winter hours are from 2:30- 5pm.
Sun. Jan 24
The Super Sunday Swap Meet is a weekly event hosted at the Sunset Drive-In in San Luis Obispo. Buyers and sellers are welcome, masks are required, and food vendors are open on site.
The singer will be performing with over 100 other Icelandic musicians to honor those affected recently by COVID-19 and to show her support for the Black Lives Matter Movement. 20% of the $20 tickets will be donated to charities for women worldwide. Because it is being streamed from Iceland, the concert will start Sunday morning at 9 a.m. pst.
If you want to see the wonders of the world without leaving the comfort of your home check out this virtual experience. The tour is $15 dollars and goes towards supporting the tour guides and staff of the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica.
Mon. Jan 25
Reoccuring farmers market every Monday from 2pm-6pm at Los Osos/Baywood Park Chamber of Commerce.
It is absolutely necessary to prioritize our personal wellness during these times. Dan Petrie, a San Francisco-based certified mindfulness facilitator is hosting a weekly class designed to help attendees mitigate stress and anxiety, improve sleep, increase empathy and compassion and promote general well-being. Suggested donation is $10-$20 but nobody will be denied this class if they are unable to donate.