The 4th Annual Empty Bowls event was held Thursday to benefit the ECHO homeless shelter in Atascadero.
The Santa Maria Valley Strawberry Festival kicks off on Friday.
Tickets for the annual Cambria Christmas Market are now on sale.
Rancho Bowl in Santa Maria is asking community members to submit their original artwork for a mural contest.
Yeehaw and giddy up, kiddos! The Santa Maria Public Library Foundation is hosting its fourth annual Cowboy Poetry Contest for kids.
The annual Santa Barbara Fair and Expo is taking place this week at the Earl Warren Showgrounds.
The Lompoc Job and Resource Fair will take place Wednesday in the Dick DeWees Community and Senior Center in honor of the Santa Barbara County Workforce Week.
The Santa Maria Valley Strawberry Festival has awarded three local students for their strawberry-themed artwork.
This Thursday, April 25, El Camino Homeless Organization (ECHO) will host its annual Empty Bowls event at Atascadero Bible Church.
“With all the evil in the world and all the things that are going on, this is a refuge,” said attendee Gary Ballantine.
The event features a variety of fun-filled activities for families and kids of all ages. These include carnival rides, games, food stands and merchandise vendors.
Easter weekend has arrived and the Central Coast is booming with opportunities for families who are looking to celebrate locally.
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Here are some of the events happening across the Central Coast.
Downtown SLO Farmers’ Market is holding a special Easter event for Children Thursday night.
Next month will be the final concert for Allan Hancock College Singers’ Director Ann Lucas.
The City of Santa Maria’s Abel Maldonado Community Youth Center is extending its hours during spring break.
An annual spring event in Lompoc will return to Ryon Park this weekend.
Pismo Paw fest is Sunday and it’s bound to be a premier pet party.
Santa Maria’s 10th annual free Family Kite Festival is Sunday and it’s guaranteed to light up the sky with brightly colored kites.
The San Luis Obispo Color Blast Fun Run is Saturday morning at Laguna Middle School and it’s guaranteed to be a colorful event.