To submit your community event, email 50 words or less to email@example.com by the second Wednesday of the month. Be sure to include, in this order, the name of the event, location, time, a short description and contact information.
ORCUTT COMMUNITY THEATER WANTS YOU! Have you ever wanted to tell people what to do and where to go? This is your chance! The newly formed local Community Theater is eager for people to direct musicals and/or stage plays for their future productions. If you have theater training and haven't had a chance to exercise your talent, the new theater would like to add you to their list of Directors. If you are interested, please contact: Orcutt Community Theater, P.O. Box 2311, Orcutt, CA 93457.
BOOK SALE SUPPORTING FRIENDS OF THE ORCUTT LIBRARY, Nov. 4th. All proceeds from these sales go to the Library. 175 S. Broadway in Old Orcutt, just off Clark Ave. directly behind Doc Burnstien's. Each sale offers a great selection of books, CDs, DVDs, games in good condition. Most are sold for $1 each. The Friends of the Library wish to thank all those who generously donate books for the sale and those who attend and thus support this vital community resource.
MONTHLY OR WEEKLY EVENTS
50+ CLUB LUNCHEON, at St Louis De Montfort Church Hall at 11:30AM on the second Thursday of the Month. Event is catered with nominal charge. For reservations call Irene at 934-
ADULT CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLIC AND DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILY SYSTEMS meets Sundays at 4PM in the conference room of the Marian Extended Care Facility at 1530 Cypress Way off of Palisades and Main. If you have questions, contact Kim at (805) 714-
AA (or Alcoholics Anonymous). If you want to drink, that’s your business. If you want to stop, that’s ours. Meetings Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 6:30 PM Orcutt Presbyterian Church.General information and other meeting times and places, 925-
ALL AMERICA CITY QUILT GUILD meets at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 4380 Orcutt Rd., on the second Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. except March and July. Info: www.santamariaquilters.com or 937-
ALTRUSA OF THE CENTRAL COAST meets at 12 noon on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month. Altrusa is an international non-
AMERICAN LEGION POST 534 Breakfast 8-
AMERICAN LEGION POST Veterans BBQ in Orcutt, 145 W. Clark Ave. 11AM-
ALL YOU CAN EAT BREAKFAST at OASIS Senior Center, 420 East Soares, Old Orcutt on the second Saturday of each month 8-
ARK TENNIS LESSONS for third through eighth graders. Info: Coach Patrick Ortiz 934-
BIBLE STUDY on Exodus at St. Louis de Montfort. Monday nights 7:00-
BSA Troop 87 in Orcutt. Enjoy outdoors camping, hiking, fishing, snow & water sports, etc. Scouting provides an opportunity to try new things, build self-
Bilingual worship services at Christian Life every Sunday at 2PM, Unity Chapel of Life church located at 1165 Stubblefield Rd, Santa Maria, CA 93455. 719-
CAMPING LOVE OF ADVENTURE is a non profit single & adult camping club. We meet for camping outings once a month on second Wednesday for up to a week or less. Elaine @ 805 937-
CAREGIVER’S SUPPORT GROUP. Learn coping strategies and gain support from a professional social worker. For those who care for people that are home bound or suffering from Alzheimer’s, dementia or senility. Class is free and meets on the first Wednesday of each month at the OASIS Senior Center.
CENTRAL COAST CHORDSMEN invite those who would like to sing or would like to learn to participate with them. Call 937-
CENTRAL COAST CORVETTE CLUB open to Corvette Owners and Enthusiasts. meetings at 7PM on the first Thursday of the month @ Merrill Gardens, Wellness Center, 1350 N. Suey Road, Santa Maria, Ca.
Need more info: call Mike @ 805-
CENTRAL COAST COMPUTER CLUB Knollwood Village Clubhouse 4012 S. Bradley
Meets on the third Tuesday of the month at 5:45 p.m. with Q&A session, coffee and cookies, followed by a 7 p.m. brief business meeting. Information: Bill 934 0775 or
Central Coast Gardeners meet at the Luis OASIS Senior Center, 420 Soares Ave., on the third Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. from September through May. Guests are welcome. Info: Dorothy 934-
CENTRAL COAST SAMS RV GROUP meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month for a 3 day "campout". We enjoy planned tours, good food and fellowship at local campgrounds within 100 miles of the Central Coast. We welcome new members. Contact Faye Cardoza 805-
COASTAL VALLEYS MARINE CORPS LEAGUE 1340 monthly meeting on the fourth Tuesday of the month held at Veteran's Memorial Bldg at 313 W Tunnell in Santa Maria at 7 PM.
COASTAL VOICES is looking for singers to join us! Rehearsals are held Mondays, 7 PM, at St. Andrew United Methodist Church, 3945 S. Bradley Rd., Santa Maria. A love of singing and the willingness to work hard and learn beautiful music is the only requirement. Check our website at http://www.coastalvoices.info/. Singers can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 937-
CRESTWOOD CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP (Non-
CUB SCOUT PACK 91 is always looking for new boys between 1st and 5th grade. Scouting teaches young boys about their community, citizenship, service to others, and outdoor adventure. To learn more about us visit www.pack91orcutt.org or call us at 253-
Evangelistic Service, 105 S. Broadway, Santa Maria, CA 93455 (Old Orcutt), Sundays at 6:30PM, Worship with us.Pastor Jesse Pinheiro (805)937-
Exciting Bible Study at Revival Tabernacle, 105 S. Broadway, Santa Maria, CA 93455 (Old Orcutt) Wednesdays at 7PM Join us as we explore God’s word. Pastor Jesse Pinheiro
50 PLUS CLUB meet at St. Louis de Montfort Parish Hall, 5095 Harp Rd, Second Thursday each month, 11:30 am for fellowship and Catered Lunch $9.00. Call for reservation, Irene 934-
FAMILY FUN NIGHT 6:00 -
GROWING GROUNDS FARM STAND open Thursdays from 12 pm to 6 pm. Come and enjoy fresh vegetables, flowers and plants. We are located on the corner of Foster Rd and California. For more information call 934-
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY'S Restore has New hours at our New location
2039 Preisker Lane Suite E,,Th,,Fri, Sat. 10-
Come find us for your do it yourself treasure,
HEARTHSTONE EDUCATORS Christian support group for home educators. Meeting for those considering homeschooling on the second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. Call Cheryl Kliewer for more information (937-
HEALING GRIEF CLASS an 8 week support class for the newly bereaved held 5 times a year (Tues 10:00 to 12:00 at Marian Residence) and a Grief Recovery Support Group every Tues. 3:00 to 4:30 at Marian West, 505 E. Plaza Drive in Santa Maria. Info on either group: Marian Hospice at 739-
INSPIRATIONAL BUT CHALLENGING CHRISTIAN 12 STEP CLASS at the Crucified Life Church, 109 W Fesler, second Monday of each month at 7:00 pm. Welcome anyone in recovery from Alcohol, Drugs or just life itself. For any questions call Pastor Victor 878-
JOIN THE CLUB SCOUTS. Pack 93 of Orcutt Camping, hiking, lots of outdoor activities. Family oriented pack. Siblings are invited! Join the fun of the most exciting Cub Scout pack around. Contact Cubmaster Paul Rodarte at 478-
JOIN US FOR THE EPIC: A JOURNEY THROUGH CHURCH HISTORY in Room 2-
JOB’S DAUGHTERS is an organization for young women ages 10 -
KINCARES, Inc. Grandparents Raising Grandchildren. Resources, Training, Education & Support. Group meeting held at the Oasis Senior Center, second Wednesday each month 10AM-
KIWANIS CLUB OF ORCUTT is adding two 12PM meetings each month on the 3rd and 4th Wednesdays in the back room of Rooney’s Irish Pub, beginning September 20th. This is in addition to their regular meeting schedule of 7AM on the 2nd and 3rd Wednesdays at Jack’s in Old Orcutt. Everyone is welcome to attend. Kiwanis has exciting plans for Orcutt and they invite you to take part. For more information contact Doug Dougherty: email@example.com or 937-
Life in Focus, 105 S. Broadway, Santa Maria, CA 93455 (Old Orcutt),Every Wednesday from 6PM – 7PM. An evidence-
LOS PADRES ARTIST GUILD Meeting, OASIS Senior Center, 420 E. Soares, Old Orcutt on the second Friday of each month at 7:30 pm. Info: 937-
MOMS CLUB OF ORCUTT is a chapter of the MOMS Club International and is dedicated to supporting moms who are looking for exciting and fun things to do with their small children. Find us on Facebook at MOMS Club of Orcutt or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Moxie Cafe offers live music every Thursday and Friday night from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. We have everything from local acoustic artists to full bands. Check out our events calendar on our website, moxiecafe.com, for the current line up of music.
NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM of Santa Maria presents LIVE! At the Museum on the first Saturday of every month. Live family oriented program which feature animals and plants of interest to our community. NatureBabies story time is held on the last Friday of each month, a Museum docent presents a preschool story time which includes a free book to each attending child. Museum located at 412 South McClelland, Santa Maria. 614-
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OASIS GENERAL GRIEVERS SUPPORT GROUP meets Wednesdays from 2pm to 3:30pm, starting Sept. 3rd, 2008, at 420 Soares Ave. All grievers are welcome and encouraged to join, there is no charge. There will be qualified and knowledgeable grief counselors leading the group. Info: 937-
ORCUTT/SANTA MARIA STOCK INVESTMENT CLUB meets every Monday at 9:00 am in the Santa Maria Elks Lodge building. Learn about and discuss stock market investing. All investors and potential investors are welcome. Call Jim Speer at 805-
ORCUTT AREA ADVISORY GROUP. Mid-
ORCUTT CHRISTIAN CHURCH offers a FREE class on the Fundamentals of the Christian Faith. The class meets the 2nd and 4th Mondays from 2:00-
ORCUTT DONUT DERELICTS is an informal car club that meets every Sunday, rain or shine, in the parking lot outside the Golden Donut from 8-
ORCUTT LIONS CLUB meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month at the Orcutt Lions Club, 126 South Broadway at Clark Ave., in old Orcutt. Doors open at 6:30pm for socializing, the meeting starts at 7pm. Meetings are open to the public.
PACIFIC PRIDE FOUNDATION needs caring volunteers. Can you spare a few hours to support locals affected by HIV/AIDS? Contact Jocelyn at 349-
PATHWAY FAMILY SERVICES is a faith based foster family agency that places children in certified homes and offers support to those who want to become foster parents. We offer free training and monetary compensation for qualified families. For more information call (805)-
PARENTS SHARING SORROW & HOPE A grief support group for parents who have lost a child of any age. We meet the 3rd Tuesday of every month at Church of Christ. 795 E. Foster Rd, Santa Maria, from 6:30PM-
PATH POINT, a non-
PUGS IN THE PARK, meet every second Sunday of the month, 2 -
ROTARY CLUB of SANTA MARIA-
RPEA (Retired Public Employees’ Association) invites anyone who is a public employee to come to a meeting the 3rd Tuesday of the month at noon, Santa Maria Terrace, 1405 E Main St. Come see what you can do to help save your retirement and other benefits RPEA has to offer.
SANTA MARIA COIN CLUB holds its monthly meeting at the Edwards Community Center located at 809 Panther Drive, Santa Maria at 7PM every third Wednesday of the month. Coin Collectors of all ages and casino chip collectors are all invited. We have a very active numismatic group which makes this a family meeting. Bring coins for free appraisals. 937-
SANTA MARIA FAMILY HISTORY CENTER services are FREE, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC and all members of the community are invited to visit and use the facility. Hours are, Monday – Wednesday 10am-
SANTA MARIA INCLUSIVE LEARNERS (SMILe) is a fee-
SANTA MARIA MENS CLUB: A great way to spend a couple of hours with a great bunch of guys. For more details, call 937-
SANTA MARIA MODEL A CLUB meets monthly on the second Thursday of the month, 7 PM, at the Edwards Community Center. Visitors and guests are welcome. Info: Jay McCord 805-
SANTA MARIA VALLEY CRAFTERS is an informal group for all creative hobbies and all experience groups. Meet Saturdays from 11am-
Santa Maria Valley Genealogical Society Meeting at Oak Knolls Haven 4845 Bradley Rd. on the third Thursday of each month at 3pm: Info: 937-
SANTA MARIA VALLEY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY meets every 3rd Thursday (except Jul, Aug & Dec) at the Cornerstone Community Room, 705 S. McClelland St., Santa Maria from 2-
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SCRABBLE PLAYERS meet every Friday from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m at Oak Knolls Haven, 4845 S. Bradley Rd. (Clark & S. Bradley) behind Fresh 'n Easy market. For info, contact Bob at 934-
SENIOR SOFTBALL: boys and girls over 50 who like to play softball, Monday & Thursday mornings at Hagerman Softball Complex. A player pays $1.00 each day that helps us purchase new balls and sponsor a picnic once a month. email@example.com
SPECIAL NEEDS NETWORK meets the second Tuesday of the month at 12 noon at Cafe Noir in the Palmer Room, at 1555S. Broadway, Santa Maria. For more information, call Diana Gard 937-
STAR OF BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN CHURCH welcomes all to attend bible study every Thursday @10:00AM.4465 S. Blosser Rd., 805 937-
Sunday School, 105 S. Broadway, Santa Maria, CA 93455 (Old Orcutt), Sundays at 10AM, Worship with us. Pastor Jesse Pinheiro Tel: (805)937-
TEMPLE BETH EL, a reformed congregation invites those of the Hebrew faith to attend our services every night at 7:30 pm. The temple is at 1501 east Alvin Ave., Santa Maria. TempleBethEl@verizon.com
TRAINERS OF TREASURES (TOTs) Local moms group that meets twice monthly on Mondays at First Christian Church, 9:30-
TRI CITY COUND CHORUS/SWEET ADELINES INTERNATIONAL invites women who like to sing to come join the chorus 6:45 p.m. Thursdays at Lutheran Church of Our Savior 4725 S. Bradley Road, Orcutt. 805-
TOASTMASTERS Improve your presentation skills and expand leadership skills in a friendly, helpful environment. Nina Toastmasters meet every Thursday from 12 noon to 1:15pm at 1st American Title Co, 411 E Betteravia (corner of Miller). Guests welcome!
TOPS stands for Take Off Pounds Sensibly. Meets Monday evening at Church of Christ on Foster Road. Weigh-