- What’s Happening Around Downtown in December?
Each year when December rolls around I begin a process in which I simply review the last 12 months and replay the different events of that time. Essentially I watch the highlight reel of life and all of the happenings that make it great. This year I got a bit of an early start and put that in motion for the last twelve months and that has inspired this month’s article for Around Downtown.
- Want to serve on our Board of Directors?
If you want to help make decisions that shape the Downtown Association, then please consider serving on our Board of Directors. The Board of Directors is elected by our membership each February. Board members take office in April, and may serve up to two consecutive two-year terms.
If you’re a business/property owner or a store manager in good standing with the Downtown Association membership and are interested in becoming a Board member, you must attend a mandatory informational meeting on Wednesday, January 14 at 8 AM. For more information or if you would like to be a candidate, please contact Brent Vanderhoof at 541-0286 or Brent@DowntownSLO.com by Friday, January 9.
- Downtown Holiday Shopping Guide
The Downtown Holiday Shopping Guide, a joint project between the SLO Downtown Association and The Tribune, is filled with all things happening around Downtown during the Holidays– stories, schedules for the Carousel and Santa’s House, a map of the 39th Annual Holiday Parade and colorful ads and special holiday offers with write-ups about the businesses around Downtown.
Click here to view this special publication.
Thursdays 6 – 9 PM
Held every Thursday night, Farmers’ Market 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.
Light Up Downtown
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.