The Gallery has become a hub for fine art. They offer many opportunities to purchase beautiful, local drawings, prints, sculpture, jewelry,cards and more through array of venues, as well as networking and educational opportunities for artist to further their craft. artcentermorrobay.org, Morro Bay Art Center 835 Main St., (805) 772-2504
We work with homeowners and contractors throughout the Central Coast of California, and we are located in San Luis Obispo. Our experienced, professional staff is ready to help with all of your kitchen and bathroom needs. We look forward to meeting you!
Tin City is an evolving industrial makers market nestled amongst the oaks where friends, adventurers, and aficionados come together to partake in craft wine, beer and spirits served up by Paso’s most passionate artisans. Learn more
Join us May 2, 2020 for Wine, Beer, Food, Boutique Vendors and Live Music in the beautiful Templeton Community Park. The Templeton Wine Festival is produced by the Templeton Chamber of Commerce.
Tickets are on sale here on the site, in our office at 321 S. Main Street, or call 805-434-1789 to purchase over the phone.
Ticket are $40 pre-sale until Friday May 10th at Noon and then $50 at the door (starting at Noon on Sat. May 2nd) and include unlimited wine tasting, souvenir wine glass, live music and plus boutique shopping booths. Spend the afternoon under the shady oaks of the beautiful Templeton Community Park and enjoy dancing, wine tasting, shopping and gorgeous spring weather!
Food available for purchase, no outside alcohol, coolers or pets allowed. Low back chairs or picnic blankets welcome. Non drinking attendees are $20 each. This is a 21 and over event.
Twenty-Two Varieties. One Vision.
Hospice du Rhône® (HdR), located on the Central Coast of California, operates as a non-profit business league with the specific purpose of improving the business conditions of the grape growers and wine producers of Rhône variety wines and grapes throughout the world. We serve as an international vintners association, providing promotional and educational opportunities. Hospice du Rhône is not affiliated with any other charitable organization. Non-profit 501 (c) (6) Business League
April 18-19 2020
Paso Robles Downtown City Park East end of Park. Spring Street and 12th Street Paso Robles, Ca.
Saturday April 18 10am to 5pm
Sunday April 19 10am to 4pm.
PARKING: Hundreds of free parking spaces within 3 blocks of Paso Robles Downtown City Park
WHY: This show offers artists and crafts people a high quality outdoor setting to display and sell their wares to an appreciative audience.
RESULT: Paso Robles Art in the Park is looked upon as the finest display of handmade art and crafts presented in San Luis Obispo County.
EXHIBITS: 130 booths representing independent artists and craft workers .
FOOD: The art show at downtown city park is surrounded by great restaurants for a snack, lunch or after-show dinner.
The vision of the Santa Margarita Historical Society is to make our local history available on-line with hardcopy held at the public library located on the corner of I & Murphy Streets in Santa Margarita. Plans call for restoration of the small county jail building and documenting a number of the community’s historic buildings, both those that are still standing and those that have disappeared over the decades. The Society is recording the stories of “old timers” to help ensure that the history of the town, which grew out of the Mexican Land Grant Rancho Santa Margarita, is not lost.
The Museum of Natural History is a fun place to explore, discover, and learn about habitats of the area and impacts of natural and human forces through hands-on displays, activities, and events. This destination museum is located in the heart of Morro Bay. Open daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission: $3 adults; free for children 17 and under. 20 State Park Rd., Morro Bay. centralcoastparks.org. (805) 548-0391.
RoCoco Luxe Resale Boutique is a tribute to the first clothing designer who combined fine fabrics, chic styles & adventurous comfort. Come in and experience our collection of previously loved, well-made apparel, new & select vintage items, fun accessories & unique gifts. 5985 Traffic Way, Atascadero, (805) 464-2444.
For ten years Maddie Mae’s Pet Pantry has been helping residents and visitors of the Central Coast provide their pets with top of the line pet supplies. Come see us at our beach location in Cambria or our wine country location in Templeton. 614 Main Street, Cambria, http://www.maddiemaespetpantry.com, (805) 924-1139.
Harmony Glass Works now lies at the north-west end of the street. Founded in 2007 and open daily, the shop is a gallery, studio and school, which offers beginner classes in glassblowing techniques. Open 9am-5pm Daily
In a town where nothing is exactly ‘normal’, the folks at Harmony Valley Creamery know what it takes to create awesome craft ice cream, made in small batches that delight the taste buds of locals and visitors alike. Founded in 1913 around a burgeoning local dairy industry, the formation of the Harmony Valley Creamery Association would see Harmony serve as the capital of Central Coast dairy production for nearly half a century.
SLO’s top cannabis dispensary. Expert 1-on-1 service, largest selection & best prices. Shop in-store or order online for express pickup or delivery. Awarded Best of SLO in 2019. Visit and see the award-winning experience. nhcdispensaries.com, 998 Huston St. St A, (805) 201-1498
A west coast coffee lab offering high quality matcha and espresso drinks. With an intimate and modern environment, it’s a great place to hang out, learn about coffee, or grab a delicious beverage. Visit Kin in the heart of downtown SLO and enjoy! Instagram.com/kin.slo, 847 Higuera St., (805) 439-4136
Participants enjoy a beginner-friendly yoga session surrounded by baby miniature goats walking, snuggling and playing at-will around them. Goat Yoga & Wine events also available in Paso Robles. Private events available. See website for schedule. http://www.californiagoatyoga.com, (661) 238-3072
A charming and fun way to get from the hotels on North Monterey to Downtown SLO on Thursdays for the weekly Farmers Market and, in the warmer months, ride the Trolley on Fridays and Saturdays, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. 919 Palm St. SLO, slotransit.org.
The Templeton Chamber of Commerce promotes economic vitality, improves quality of life and encourages cooperation within our community.
Templeton Chamber of Commerce History
The original Templeton Board of Trade was formed in 1913 to promote trade and commerce, for the promotion of work, and for advertising to encourage growth in the community.
In May of 1979, a town meeting was held to determine whether or not to revitalize the Board of Trade. It was overwhelmingly accepted and a new organization known as the Templeton Chamber of Commerce – Board of Trade was formed. This was in keeping with the original historical name, but also realizing the need to be a member of a nationally recognized organization such as the Chamber of Commerce.
The organization consists of local businesses, professionals and individual members who are committed to promoting economic vitality, improving quality of life and encouraging cooperation within our community.
Templeton was founded in 1886, when C.H. Phillips of the West Coast Land Company ,sent R.R. Harris to survey 160 acres south of Paso Robles. This acreage was to be laid out in business and residential lots and 5-12 acre parcels for a town named “Crocker” after the famous San Francisco financier. When it was discovered there was already a town by that name, this settlement became “Templeton,” named after Crocker’s son. This is the only town along the El Camino Real named for a person, rather than a saint.
Templeton was fathered by the railroad, built on the main highway between San Francisco and Los Angeles and, in its heyday, had a reputation for its saloon brawls and wild ‘n’ rough street scenes. The town was the end of the line for passengers coming from the north. Tourists disembarked here and took a stagecoach south to San Luis Obispo.
In 1891, the railroad continued south and the town was reduced to a flag stop and is now a bypass. In 1897, there was a great fire which burned most of the business district. The town was rebuilt, but not to its former glory.
In 1965, Josephine Gilfillan wrote for the Paso Robles Press a series of pieces on Templeton. Newcomers kept asking, “Why was Templeton was built so close to Paso Robles and Atascadero?” She said, “I wanted to tell them that Templeton came first.”
Today, Templeton is a small, quiet town, with a strong community spirit and a vision to preserve its colorful past.
Friends gather here! Newest coffee shop in Paso Robles. Specialty coffee, ice cream treats & more. Enjoy WiFi and relaxing atmosphere. 1106 Pine St Paso Robles, CA, (805) 201-0774
Welcome to downtown Paso Robles! Home of the Downtown Paso Robles Main Street Association, here you will find the links, resources and planning tools to help guide your next downtown experience. An alliance of merchants, business owners, stakeholders and community members, the award-winning Downtown Paso Robles Main Street Association is committed to preserving and bolstering a thriving downtown while serving the Paso Robles community. We are here to answer your questions, field your inquiries and provide information to guarantee a downtown experience that you’ll never forget.
There’s always something exciting to do and see in downtown Paso Robles, from shopping, dining, tours and sightseeing to wine tasting and much more! Come discover why tourists are calling Paso Robles a must-see tourist destination location, stop by downtown Paso Robles today, and take a taste of authentic California.
Paso Robles’ newest fine art gallery, Park Street Gallery features some of the finest work of premier artists of the Central Coast. Find original paintings, sculpture, furniture, unique jewelry, blown and fused glass, wood turnings, ceramic pottery and fiber art. Located at 1320 Park Street, Paso Robles. parkstreetgallery.com, (805) 286-4430