Thurs. Feb 11
This is a free art exhibition based on “flower power,” a slogan based on the counterculture of the 1960s. It is at the Morro Bay Art Center from 12pm-4pm everyday until April 5.
This short documentary about SLO’s history of racial housing covenants, presented by R.A.C.E. Matters, will be premiering as part of the annual Social Justice Teach-In. Learn more about an unfortunate piece of local history with tangible effects to this day, by registering for the Zoom seminar through Cal Poly.
Fri. Feb 12
From February 12-14, Pearl Jam will be streaming their August 10th 2018 “hometown” show from Safeco Field in Seattle, or the city that is known as the “home of grunge music.” This event is free to all fans and begins at 5PM this Friday!
Friday at 6pm, Apollo is partnering with Bandsintown Plus. You can start a free trial to watch the performance or start a $9.99 monthly subscription to see a bunch of your other favorite artists perform as well.
Sat. Feb 13
From 6:30-9:30PM at Cass Winery, enjoy a special pre-valentines dinner prepared by Chef Charlie. For $150 a ticket, this five-course meal paired with in house wines is the perfect way to celebrate the holiday of love.
Join in on this free art workshop to take your creativity to the next level while balancing your mind with art. The event starts at 8AM so get your weekend started off on a creative note!
Sun. Feb 14
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.
Mon. Feb 15
This is a reoccuring farmers market every Monday from 2pm-6pm at Los Osos/Baywood Park Chamber of Commerce.
Bring your mask to Madonna to experience a podcast style show, bringing you mystery and amusement.