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4th Annual Pacific Breeze Concerts in Pismo Beach


Between March 25th to May 13th, 2012, residents and visitors to Pismo Beach will have the opportunity to enjoy and swing to the melodies of three popular bands:-

March 25:   Big Daddy's Blues Band

April 22:   Sean Wiggins (Country, Blues & Rock)

May 13:     Damon Castillo Band 

The three-show Spring series are part of the 4th Annual Pacific Breeze Concerts presented by the City of Pismo Beach Recreation Division. All shows will be held at Dinosaur Caves Park located at Shell Beach Road & Cliff Avenue in Pismo Beach.

In addition, special family activities are also offered free. Families are encouraged to bring their lawn chairs for seating in the Rotary Amphitheatre or blankets for use on the parks' expansive lawn overlooking the stage and Pacific Ocean! 

Local BBQ and refreshments will be for sale. For more information, please contact the City of Pismo Beach Recreation at 805-773-7063 or visit http://www.pismobeach.org/


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Info provided as a courtesy by Sherry Sim, Broker/Owner of Sims & Company, offering real estate services in Cayucos, Cambria, Los Osos, Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo & rest of beautiful Central Coast, San Luis Obispo County.

 

For real estate information, including list of foreclosures & short sales,

please call/text Sherry @ (805) 234-4315 

or Email: Sherry@SherrySim.com

Visit www.SherrySim.com or www.ShortSalesAndREOs.com

Copyright Sherry Sim 2012


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