The tentatively scheduled public meeting here in Los Oos for April 9th in the evening has been postponed. Instead, the TAC will meet Monday, April 9th at their usual time and place: County Government Center, Room 161 from 12 – 2:30, and will also meet there on April 23, May 7th as well.
Then, tentatively set, is a “town hall” type meeting here in Los Osos on [CORRECTION: MAY 14th) most likely at the Community Center in the evening. The criteria for screening will have been completed by the TAC and can be presented to the community.
The TAC meetings will then continue as usual with more Community Town Hall Type meetings scheduled as needed.
Yep, Still Dog Food Alert
For those of you with pooches and kitties, yet another pet food company – this time Del Monte – has pulled some of their products. So, you’d best keep checking www.fda.gov/oc/opacom/hottopics/petfood.html for updates. Or google in Pet Food Recall & etc. and keep checking. To date, they think they’ve isolated the shipment of wheat from China they suspect is the problem, and tracked it to the various companies. But, there may be other shoes to drop.
Put It On Your Calendar
If you want an absolutely glorious evening of music, plan to attend the concert described in the PR below. The venue is the wonderful chapel that the St. Benedict’s congregation dismantled then moved from Camp Roberts and beautifully restored (it’s located across from the Memorial Park on Los Osos Valley Road). The acoustics are wonderful, the venue intimate without being crowded, and on a spring evening, you couldn’t find a nicer place for a lovely concert by a very talented group of singers:
“The superb University of Redlands Chapel Singers present a choral concert at St. Benedict’s Episcopal Church on Thursday, April 26, 7:30 p.m. Free-will offering to assist the students on their California tour [They also have CDs of their concerts for sale]
“Classical, modern, spirituals, a barbershop quartet with the concert ending in candleight with The Office of Compline, medieval, monastic singing, accompanied by hand chimes.
“St. Benedict’s is located at the corner of Los Osos Valley and Clark Valley Roads. Information, 528-0654”
Concert This Sunday
Don’t know if they’ve sold out, but the Congregation Beth David has been presenting a series of lecture/concerts tracing the contributions of Jewish immigrants to American music, from Tin Pan Alley, to Jazz and Swing, to Hollywood Musicals, and to the Classical canon.
This Sunday, April 8th, at 2 pm, they’ll be presenting “Jewish Folk Music, including Hebrew, Ladino and Yiddish (Klezmer) songs, Dances and Prayers.”
Wooo! Klezmer music. Love it! The concerts will be held at the beautiful new temple at the corner of Los Osos Valley Road and Foothill Blvd. 11080 LOVR. Call 544-0760 to see if they’ve got any tickets left(tickets are $20 each) or take a chance and show up. Great opportunity to see the new “green” building and beautiful grounds.
So, If The Weather’s Fine or Even If It’s Not, STOP READING THIS BLOG, SHUT OFF YOUR COMPUTER AND GO OUTDOORS AND ENJOY A FINE SPRING DAY. WALK THE DOG. WALK YOUR KIDS. WALK YOURSELF.