Fall Harvest Festival Happenings
Sponsored by San Luis Ranch, Alfanso Motorcars, Quiedan, Carmichael Environmentals, Pacific Energy Company, Quiedan, Central Coast Family Magazine and New Times, City of San Luis Obispo.
Activities will include hayrides, farm tours, Get into the mud at the construction site of an African Mud Hut in the Our Global Family Educational Garden. Kids will love it! (Bring an extra pair of clothes).
Meet the farmers, local businesses and nonprofits who will be selling their goods and sharing their causes. Look for Beekeepers Alliance, Bliss River Organics, Climate Change, Measure G Protect Our Water, One Cool Earth, San Luis Ranch, San Luis School District, Seed Saver Exchange, SLO Natural Foods. SLO Veg, SLOW Money, Whole Body Therapy, Zero Waste..
Join the Farm to Yoga movement. Begin or bridge your yoga practice at the farm during a 30-40 minute practice with Whitney Bennett. With over 10 years of experience teaching yoga and whole body fitness Whitney will lead a Harvest Flow practice focused on re-alignment, breathe, mobility, stability, and strength. Move through a nurturing breathing and mindful (yet playful) flow of postures, to take time for a pause, to breathe through what you have harvested from your endeavors in life or season, and celebrate the bounty of now. Bring a mat and arrive by 1:30pm to be a part of this class.
Pull up a straw bale and gather round the solar powered stage to hear the acoustic rock / Americana blend of Joy Polloi Trio. A mix of rarely played covers you already love and well-crafted originals you think you know, toss in a bluesy Cajun flavor and these Central Coast favorites will have you feasting on fun and smiling ear to ear.
Food from Bliss Cafe vegetarian menu and tacos from G Bros will fill you tummy and beverages from Julia’s Juices, Beda’s Biergardent and Baileyana Winery will quench your thirst.
Be prepared for fun in the sun. Wear your shades, a hat, and put on protective lotion or wear layered clothing.