DOWNTOWN PASO ROBLES CALIFORNIA – No matter what direction you come from, the drive to the town of Paso Robles is punctuated with rolling hills and majestic oak trees that create haunting silhouettes against the cloudless sky. The town is approximately 3.5-hours from Los Angeles and 3.5-hours from San Francisco.
Considering a visit to Paso Robles? The heart of Central California wine country, Paso Robles is a compelling destination for oenophiles, but foodies, history buffs, and outdoor enthusiasts will also find plenty to like in Paso Robles.
Studios on the Park in Paso Robles is reimagining their annual Sweet Art Fundraiser with a stay-at-home celebration. For the past 10 years, Studios on the Park celebrated a local supporter of the arts with a fun and festive luncheon fundraising event. This year, due to the pandemic, Studios on the Park is bringing the celebration to your home. The love-filled kit includes everything you need for a sweet evening at home.
If you didn't get all of your shopping done on Black Friday, you might be able to score some deals at local stores.
Small Business Saturday begins Nov. 28 and the Downtown Paso Robles Main Street Association is encouraging people to shop locally with many stores are offering discounts throughout the day.
At the end of every year, Studios on the Park in Paso Robles transforms into a holiday gift shop. The Handcrafted for the Holiday exhibition, which features over 30 local artists and craftspeople, fills the space and gives gallerygoers an opportunity to buy art at accessible price points.
At the end of every year, Studios on the Park transforms into a holiday gift shop. The Handcrafted for the Holiday exhibition, which features over 30 local artists and craftspeople, fills the space and allows gallerygoers to buy art at accessible price points. The display goes from Nov. 3 to Dec. 30.
Studios on the Park in Paso Robles presents True Blue: Sew to Speak, a fiber art group show that explores women's history, ecology, and personal truths, through Monday, Nov. 2. The show's title is inspired by the exhibit's predominant palette of blues, co-curators Julie Frankel and Melinda Forbes explained in press materials from Studios on the Park.