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Get your tickets now for Afternoon of Epicurean Delights!

Tickets are now on sale for an Afternoon of Epicurean Delights (AED), the Central Coast event that keeps people coming back year after year. We will be celebrating the 29th year of this spectacular event on Sunday, June 5th. The historic Chapman House by the Sea in Shell Beach will open its gates and welcome guests from 11:30 to 3:30.

Please join us for a day filled with music, lovely gardens, panoramic ocean views and renowned food and beverages.

Get your tickets early, as we sold out last year. We don‛t want you to find yourself standing outside the gate looking in at the exquisite Estate grounds and wishing that you were inside.

Tickets are $125.00 and may be purchased online through Brown Paper Tickets, or directly from the Community Action Partnership Health & Prevention Division office: phone (805) 544-2498. Complimentary shuttles start at 11:00 am from Shell Beach Elementary School and Pismo Beach City Hall.

For those not living on the Central Coast, an Afternoon of Epicurean Delights has become the best excuse for a get-away weekend.
The 29th Annual Afternoon of Epicurean Delights flyer

 

29th Annual Afternoon of Epicurean Delights

The 29th annual Afternoon of Epicurean Delights (AED) will be celebrated on Sunday, June 5th 2016. This spectacular event will be held from 11:30 to 3:30 on the tranquil and picturesque grounds of the historic Chapman House by the Sea, nestled on the bluffs of the Pacific Ocean in Shell Beach. Proceeds benefit the Health & Prevention Division of Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County, which provides medical, educational & advocacy services for over 10,000 under-served families, women, men and youth throughout our county. 

Guests at the event are invited to stroll through the serene gardens, take in the panoramic ocean views, and sit poolside while tasting food and beverages from SLO County's most renowned and award winning restaurants, caterers, wineries, breweries, and confectioners. Guests will also enjoy a variety of live music and can participate in a silent auction with items featuring local art, hand-crafted jewelry, premium and reserve wines, get-away weekends, gift baskets, and much more.

Fifty plus of the most renowned food and beverage purveyors will be participating in the event.

Please park at Shell Beach Elementary School or Pismo Beach City Hall to take a complimentary shuttle to the event.

Shuttles will start at 11:00 am and run until 4:00 pm. Thanks for taking the shuttle, as this will help to not impact the Shell Beach community.

Afternoon of Epicurean Delights sold out in 2015; make sure get your tickets early!

Tickets also make great gifts!

We recommend that your print or obtain a ticket in advance, so that you will not have to wait at will-call. Click the link above to buy tickets.

If you have questions please call the Afternoon of Epicurean Delights office at (805) 544-2498.

Your support is sincerely appreciated.

 

Prado Warming Center Open April 8 and 9

Prado Warming Center to Open Friday April 8th - Saturday, April 9 

Based on changing weather predictions, the Prado Warming Center may be open additional nights through Tuesday, April 12. For updated information on warming center nights of operation, please call the CAPSLO Warming Center Hotline: (805) 549-6858

Warming Center check in begins at 4:45 pm at 43 Prado Road. Those needing shelter may arrive at any time during the evening; however, once someone leaves, they may not return that night. Pets ARE allowed. Smoking is allowed in the designating smoking area. Prado is a sobriety-based facility. 

Those seeking shelter from the storm are invited to utilize the warming center. At the center, overnight guests will be provided a safe dry place to sleep and a hot meal. Sleeping bags will be provided as available. 

While the Warming Center closes at 8am, clients may stay on-site to access Prado Day Center services at 8:30am. 

For more information about volunteering and/or providing meals, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Amanda Bailey at abailey@capslo.org

The Warming Center currently needs donations of the following:


  • Large trash bags 
  • Disposable plates, bowls, cups, and utensils 
  • Coffee, tea, creamer, sugar 
  • Large backpacks and sleeping bags 
  • New socks 
  • Rain gear/ponchos/umbrellas 


Donations can be dropped off at 43 Prado Road, San Luis Obispo.

 

Rain's in the forecast!

Warming Center

Prado Warming Center to Open Friday- March 11th

The Prado Day Center will open the Warming Center on Friday, March 11.

Check in begins at 4:45 pm at 43 Prado Road. Those needing shelter may arrive at any time during the evening; however, once someone leaves, they may not return that night. Pets ARE allowed. Smoking is allowed in the designating smoking area. Prado is a sobriety-based facility.

Those seeking shelter from the storm are invited to utilize the warming center. At the center, overnight guests will be provided a safe dry place to sleep and a hot meal. Sleeping bags will be provided as available.

While the Warming Center closes at 8am, clients may stay on-site to access Prado Day Center services at 8:30am.

Based on current weather predictions, the Prado Warming Center will not be open on Saturday, March 12. However, it may open again on Sunday (March 13) and/or Monday (March14), depending on the weather conditions for those nights.

For up-to-date information about warming center nights of operation, please call the CAPSLO Warming Center Hotline:
(805) 549-6858

For more information about volunteering and/or providing meals, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Amanda Bailey at abailey@capslo.org.

The Warming Center currently needs donations of the following:

  • Large trash bags
  • Disposable plates, bowls, cups, and utensils
  • Coffee, tea, creamer, sugar
  • Large backpacks and sleeping bags
  • New socks
  • Raingear/ponchos/umbrellas

Donations can be dropped off at 43 Prado Road, San Luis Obispo.

 

Good News! Liberty Tattoo Removal Program receives donation from Church for Life of Santa Maria

The Liberty Tattoo Removal Program, run by the Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County, Inc., received a generous for $3,500 donation from the Church for Life in Santa Maria. The Liberty Tattoo Removal Program provides free laser tattoo removal treatment clinics to low-income community members with anti-social, gang related and visible tattoos in exchange for community service at local non-profits.

Click here to see the press release.

Janet Allenspach, Program Coordinator, holds check for $3,500 from SM Church for Life.

**Janet Allenspach, Program Coordinator, holds check for $3,500 from SM Church for Life.**

 
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