Explore Cambria's History at The Historical Museum
The Cambria Historical Museum is located in the heart of Cambria's East Village at 2251 Center Street. New Museum Hours: Friday — Sunday, 1 - 4 p.m., Monday, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
The Historical Society has purchased one of the original homes andread on
May 10, 2011
It's Wildflowers Everywhere!
I don't know about you, but there is something special about this time of year - Spring...renewal...buds...blossoms...and new beginnings. Spring brings out the Child in me! That exuberant spirit that wants to run, jump, and roll in the tall grass and wildflowers. Thankread on
May 09, 2011
Talk about an amazing (and educational, shhh…don’t tell them) activity for kids. In Grover Beach (just south of SLO for those of you not in the know) the Exploration Station is a museum for kids filled with stimulating and good-for-them exhibits. It’s a great place to take the family for aread on
May 01, 2011
Shhhh....The Word's Getting Out!
Colibri Wine Bar is the hippest place to grab a glass of wine and settle in for an early evening of really fine local music. Take Jill Knight, for example:
And now, the wine bar will be featuring our wonderful Central Coast Musicians on both Friday and Saturdayread on
Apr 30, 2011
We've long been a fan of Olea Farms and their tasty, flavorful Olive Oils; in fact, Colibri Wine Bar offers a tasting station for guests to discover the fresh, fruity flavors of Olea Olive Oils.
Meanwhile... while we've been sitting back enjoying these oils, the owners of Olea Farm have beenread on
Apr 29, 2011
Colibri Wine Bar yet? Not only do we have some of the best wines from the Central Coast; Not only do we have an olive oil tasting; Not only do we have hot musicians from around the region every Saturday night; Not only are we located smack in the middle of downtown Cambria on the beautiful Centralread on
Apr 27, 2011
There is such a rich history to San Luis Obispo, California. It wasn’t always a college town; it wasn’t always a kayaking hotspot; or a wine destination. For years SLO County was occupied by the Chumash people. They moved to the region between 10,000 and 5,000 BC and had villages all along theread on
Apr 25, 2011
Paso Robles is fast emerging as one of the countries premier winemaking (and tasting) destinations. But even if you’re not a vinter with a world-class degree you can get in on the action.
Paso Robles Wine 101 is a great way to get acquainted with the region and the wine that’s made it so famous!read on
Apr 22, 2011
I was recently in Morro Bay for a bit of shopping. I was looking for some ideas, inspiration, and hopefully purchases to fuel a major upcoming event. Let me just say, for a fairly small town (population: 10, 350 people), Morro Bay has some killer shopping.
The Garden Gallery is one of the absoluteread on
Apr 20, 2011
One of the things that makes San Luis Obispo County so spectacularly beautiful is the rolling hills. If you’ve been to this part of the world before, you’ll know that in the Spring (right around now, actually) the hills turns a vibrant verdant green and by the time the summer rolls around we getread on