- What’s Happening Around Downtown in July?
A strong sense of community is an integral component to building and maintaining a vibrant Downtown that is loved by all of its users. If measuring that sense of community is any indicator as to how much Downtown SLO is loved, last month proved that our community is head over heals for their Downtown neighborhood. On June 6th the San Luis Obispo Downtown Association organized the first annual #DowntownProud clean up day with nearly 100 volunteers gearing up with work gloves and scrub brushes and taking to the streets for a combined 270 hours.
- Want to Participate in STEAM Alley at Downtown SLO Farmers’ Market?
STEAM Alley is a brand new section of Downtown SLO Farmers’ Market offering interactive displays for visitors of all ages with the intention of promoting science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. STEAM Alley is a year-round event that falls on the last Thursday of each month.
Generally, to participate in STEAM Alley, organizations would pay a $15 annual application fee and a nightly payment of $30. For the months of June, July, and August, we will be waiving that nightly fee!
Upcoming STEAM Alley Dates:
• Thursday, June 25
• Thursday, July 30
• Thursday, August 27
Need more information about STEAM Alley or want to apply? Please visit www.DowntownSLO.com/steam-alley.
- Downtown Business Spotlight – Bowl’d
Get ready to be “Bowl’d” over! It’s the name of one of the latest eateries to come into Downtown SLO! Owners, James Whitaker and Chris Tarcon, opened the new açaí bowl cafe in early July at 1028 Chorro Street. Whitaker and Tarcon, proprietors of Poor But Sexy, Inc., own and operate Kreuzberg Coffee Company and Batch! in Downtown as well as The Brat Stop & the Batch! mobiles, which you may have seen at our Concerts in the Plaza & Downtown SLO Farmers’ Market events. Read More
June 12 – September 11
Concerts in the Plaza presented by Sunset Honda and hosted by the SLO Downtown Association is the largest free concert series on the Central Coast. The season kicks off Friday, June 12 and runs through September 11 from 5 – 8 PM.
Thursdays 6 – 9 PM
Held every Thursday night, Downtown SLO 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.
Thursday, July 9
Fresh Picked Concert Series presented by the San Luis Obispo Collection features great local music and takes place on select dates through the months of April to September at the Harvest Stage located in the Union Bank parking lot from 6:30–8:30 PM.