- What’s Up Around Downtown in September?
Each year our town undergoes a rather dramatic transformation during September. Not only do we get a change of seasons we get a change of pace as parents get settled in with their children starting classes again, harvest season arrives and college students move into our neighborhoods. It can be said that Autumn is the season of fullness; fullness with the bounty from orchards and gardens, fullness with our schedules as classes begin and vacations subside and fullness in our neighborhoods and streets as new students learn what it means to be a community member.
- Concerts in the Plaza featuring Big Daddy’s Blues Band
Big Daddy’s Blues Band wraps up our 2014 Concerts in the Plaza series this Friday, September 5! Big Daddy’s Blues Band, sponsored by San Luis Luggage, has been part of our summer concerts season since it began 19 years ago. Their music pulls all ages of blues lovers out on the dance floor.
To learn more about the band and this week’s band sponsor, please click here.
- Downtown Association Employment Opportunity
The Downtown Association has an opening for a Thursday Night Promotions Farmers’ Market “Assistant.” The Assistant will work closely with the Thursday Night Promotions Event Coordinator, Market interns and Operations Assistant in the execution of the weekly Thursday Night Downtown Farmers’ Market event.
June 13 – September 5
Sunset Honda presents Concerts in the Plaza– THE premier summer concert series on the Central Coast!
Concerts in the Plaza is now in its 19th year and features the finest of local talented musicians from 5 – 8 PM every Friday until September 5 in the heart of Downtown, Mission Plaza.
Thursdays 6-9 PM
Held every Thursday night, Farmers’ Market in Downtown SLO brings the community together to shop for fresh produce, sample San Luis Obispo’s delectable and varied cuisine, browse local shops, listen to live music and interact with local entertainers.
Want to help “Light Up Downtown?” Then, become a commemorative sponsor of our Downtown Tree Lighting Program!
Only a few trees remain available in the Downtown area along Higuera Street between Morro and Garden Streets.