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CCF JAN 14

CCF JAN 14

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Central Coast Family January 2014
Local Arts, Word Play, Financial Resolutions, Laser Toy Danger, History of SLO Law & Order, Local Events & Activities, Family Resources

Central Coast Family January 2014
Local Arts, Word Play, Financial Resolutions, Laser Toy Danger, History of SLO Law & Order, Local Events & Activities, Family Resources

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Central Coast 
January 2014
 Central Coas
 
 Family
Free!
Inside
 
The Arts
 
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 2Wordmonger
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 4Money
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6Fun & Games
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 8Health & Safety
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10Local History
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 12Pet Tips
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 14Calendar
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 17Family Events
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 18Local Resources
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 20Alt Education
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 22
Family
Local Arts / Word Play / Financial Resolutions / Laser Danger / Historic Law & Order 
 
Central Coast Family January 2014 www.centralcoastfamily.com Page 2
 Central Coast 
 
 Family
TM
 
PO Box 6424, Los Osos, CA 93412
Phone: (805) 528-0440 Fax: (805) 439-0798
Our goal is to connect Central Coast families with the resources they need to thrive!
 
Central Coast Family
 is published monthly with a readership over 40,000. Find FREE copies throughout San Luis Obispo County and North Santa Barbara County.
Visit our website:
www.centralcoastfamily.com
Submission deadline: 15th of each month prior to publication
Information contained in advertisements and other submissions is accepted in good faith. Publication does not imply endorsement by Central Coast Family.
Opinions expressed by contributors do not necessarily reflect views of the publisher. We reserve the right to reject or edit all submissions for any reason.
 
Material published herein may not be reproduced in any manner without prior written permission. © Vogel 2008
Every issue is printed with soy ink on 100% recycled paper. Please recycle again!
PUBLISHER
David Vogel
ccfamilypb@gmail.com
EDITOR
Patrice Vogel
ccfamilyed@gmail.com
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
Claire Vogel
ccfamilyae@gmail.comADVERTISING
Inquiries:
ccfamilyad@gmail.com
DISTRIBUTION MANAGER
Eric Woodards
CONTRIBUTING WRITERS
Kristen Barnhart, Jennifer Best, Guy Crabb, Stephanie Foster,Molly Peoples, CS Perryess,
Walter Reil,
Steven Smith, David Vogel
GRAPHIC DESIGN
Out of the Blue
 CC 
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Cover Photo:
 Angelica Bongiovonni on the Cyr wheel in Cirque Éloize’s Cirkopolis
 
www.calpolyarts.org
Follow the yellow brick road to Kelrik Productions’ newest offering, to be staged at the Cuesta College Cultural and Performing Arts Center from
January 25th
through
 February 2nd
. Join Dorothy, Toto, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, the Lion, and all the Munchkins as they battle the Wicked Witch and journey to the Emerald City to meet the wonderful Wizard of Oz, where they hope their dreams will come true. Get ready for a thrilling ride of laughter and suspense that will captivate both young and old alike. L. Frank Baum’s classic story of The Wizard of Oz is one of the most satisfying and well-loved tales of all time. The story begins in Kansas, where a farm girl named Dorothy is swept away by a cyclone; her house landing in Munchkinland on top of the sister of the Wicked Witch of the West. Dorothy is befriended by the beautiful Good Witch of the North, who gives her the ruby slippers that belonged to the crushed sister to keep her safe as she begins her journey back home to Kansas. Dorothy is sent on her way down the yellow brick road to see the great and magnificent Wizard of Oz, who is the only one with the power to grant her heart’s desire to go home.Audiences will be swept away by this celebration of the iconic 1939 MGM film starring Judy Garland. The entire family will be captivated by the lavish production, featuring magical special effects, dazzling choreography, and classic songs, including “Over the Rainbow,” “If I Only Had a Brain,” “We’re Off to See the Wizard,” and more. Tickets for The Wizard of Oz are on sale now and may be purchased online at kelrikproductions.org or in person at Cheap Thrills, 563 Higuera Street in downtown San Luis Obispo. Performances are
Saturdays at 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm, and Sundays at 2:00 pm from January 25th to February 2nd
. For more information on Kelrik Productions, visit:
www.kelrikproductions.org
.
1/2 off ZOOM Teeth Whitening 
Regular Price: $475.
 Expiration: 1-31-14
Convenient Evening & Weekend Hours
(805) 544-9440
 www.rrdentalcare.com
878 Boysen Ave, San Luis Obispo
NEW YEAR SPECIAL
 
The Arts
 
Central Coast Family January 2014 www.centralcoastfamily.com Page
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The Arts
In its dazzling new circus show spectacular,
Cirkopolis
, Montreal-based troupe Cirque Éloize transports audience members to a retro-futuristic industrial world, inspired by the daring aesthetics of classic films Metropolis and Brazil. Through gravity-defying circus arts, dance, and theater, twelve multitalented artists and acrobats tell the story of workers who rebel against the spirit-crushing monotony of the factory-city, challenging its boundaries and reinventing themselves. In the heart of a stern and imposing metropolis, giant gears and dark portals symbolize a mechanism that crushes individuality. In a world where fantasy provokes reality, the veil of anonymity is lifted and replaced by bursts of color. Cirkopolis unfolds like an elemental universe: jugglers brave the space, a contortionist is lifted by her companions in a surge of inspiration, and aerial artists defy the height of skyscrapers.
“Cirque Éloize is all about artful acrobatics and high-concept theatricality with charm and elegance in equal measure.”
 -
Oakland Tribune
Cal Poly Arts presents two performances in the Cohan Center at the Performing Arts Center, One Grand Ave, San Luis Obispo:
Wednesday, February 5th and Thursday, February 6th at 7:30 pm
. Accompanied by an original score and creative video projections, this show for all ages plunges the spectator into a vibrant, dream-like universe, where the pursuit of our true place in the world reveals its vital importance. Tickets for this show are $30-58. For more information, or to order tickets, go to:
www.calpolyarts.org
 or call 805 756-4849.
 
115 East Branch Street in Arroyo Grande
Happy New Year!

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