Posts By: Laura Gurreau

Pioneer Day in Paso Robles

Paso Robles’ heritage tradition comes alive in and around downtown during the annual Pioneer Day event. Bring the whole family to downtown for this historical event that includes a parade, free bean feed, and daylong activities including antique/classic car judging, children’s pet show, little cowboy/cowgirl contest, whiskerino contest, horseshoe pitching contest and much more. Be… Read more »

Beaverstock September 19/20th

Join the fun at Beaverstock on September 19/20th, 2015! Headliner for Saturday is Dawes, and Sunday welcomes WAR. Doors open at noon, show goes from 1:00pm-9:00pm. Beaverstock is an outdoor two-day music and arts festival in our Whale Rock Vineyard, benefiting the Templeton Education Foundation. Bring your own chairs to this outdoor event as there… Read more »

Savor the Central Coast

Savor the Central Coast at Sunset Magazine’s premier food and wine event on the Central Coast of California. “Savor” is a four-day culinary exploration that invites you to experience the food, wine and lifestyle of California’s Central Coast. You’ll find everything from small and personalized Adventure Tours that invite you to explore the area to… Read more »

Massage at El Colibri Hotel

Enjoy a massage at El Colibri Hotel! Yes, we know they feel great, but are there other benefits to a massage? According to, there are many reasons to enjoy a massage: “The Benefits Of Massage What exactly are the benefits of receiving massage or bodywork treatments? Useful for all of the conditions listed below… Read more »

Walking Moonstone Beach

Walking Moonstone Beach. The weather has been beautiful on the beach – scattered white fluffy clouds with a deep blue sky. More days than not a gentle wind wafts along the walkway overlooking Moonstone Beach. If you like to snuggle your toes in the sand then take the stairs down the the sand, if not… Read more »

Visit Nitt Witt Ridge

Visit Nitt Witt Ridge! What is Nitt Witt Ridge? It’s historical landmark sign reads as follow: “Nitt Witt Ridge, one of California’s remarkable twentieth-century folk-art environments, is the creation of Arthur Harold Beal (Der Tinkerpaw, or Capt. Nitt Witt), a Cambria Pines pioneer who sculpted the land using hand tools and indigenous materials, inventiveness and… Read more »