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What’s Up Downtown Oceanside

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Made-to-Order Buy the Box Book Sales Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, 602 Civic Center Drive The Friends of the Oceanside Public Library are now offering made-to-order boxes of books. Boxes are sorted by author or categories including fiction, nonfiction, romance, sci-fi/fantasy, children’s, cookbooks, mysteries, biographies, holiday CDs and more. Each box costs $5 ($7 for oversized books). Paperbacks can also be bought by the bag for $5. Sales are cash only. Call 760-473-4733 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on sale days to place special orders for pick up behind the Civic Center Library.FIND OUT MORE
Lecture: Great Women Artists, Then and Now, Part Two March 11, Online Join Robin Douglas for her second riveting lecture highlighting the powerful contributions of women artists throughout the ages, from ancient creators to the Renaissance to the groundbreaking geniuses of the 20th and 21st centuries. From 7-8:30 p.m. next Thursday, hear their stories, discover their artwork and enjoy hidden treasures along the way. This event is free for Oceanside Museum of Art members and $5 for visitors. Pictured: Georgia O’Keeffe posing with Pelvis Series Red with Yellow in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1960.FIND OUT MORE
Community Workshop: Smart & Sustainable Corridors Specific Plan March 13, Online The City of Oceanside invites you to join this free workshop next Saturday at 10:30 a.m. Through a Specific Plan, the City will seek to channel future housing and employment growth into commercial corridors while maintaining the integrity of adjacent residential neighborhoods. FIND OUT MORE
Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation Presents Oceanside Arts Live! Ongoing, Online While the Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation programming is still on hold, you can get your “art-fix” for music, dancing, poetry and arts – even cooking lessons – through their Oceanside Arts, Live! Facebook page and YouTube channel. There is no cost to subscribe.FIND OUT MORE

SAVE THE DATE

Senior Art Series of Talks and Art Making Activities March 19, Online The Oceanside Public Library and Studio ACE are partnering to host a free series of online art talks and virtual art making activities for older adults this spring. The March art talk will cover Feminist Art focusing on Faith Ringgold, painter, mixed media sculptor, performance artist and teacher. During the art making class at 10 a.m. on Friday, March 19, participants will create paper collage quilts in the style of Ringgold with paper and glue. Registration is required and all supplies are included.FIND OUT MORE
Downtown Oceanside Makers Market March 20, Downtown Oceanside The next Downtown Oceanside Makers Market is popping up on Saturday, March 20. From ​10 a.m.-3 p.m., shop handcrafted and artisanal goods from area makers and Downtown Oceanside businesses outside while enjoying live music. Operating under COVID-19 guidelines, this free event will be no-touch, outdoors and socially distanced with hand sanitizer stations. Face coverings will be mandatory for all makers and shoppers. Makers can apply to participate by Mon. March 8.FIND OUT MORE

Up & Running California: A New eBay Program for Small Businesses Through March 11, Online California Office of the Small Business Advocate has partnered with eBay to announce the launch of the Up & Running California program. Through the program, up to 300 California small businesses will be selected to participate in this free six-week interactive eCommerce training program designed to help them get and grow online. Apply through next Thursday.

MAINSTREET MEMBER SPOTLIGHT
Cigar Grotto Downtown Oceanside’s long-time casual cigar store, and home of North County’s largest humidor, carries a large variety of cigars, pipes, pipe tobacco, humidors and cigar accessories. Find gifts for any occasion at Cigar Grotto located at 220 N. Coast Highway. Open daily at 11 a.m. FIND OUT MORE
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FARMERS MARKET VENDOR SPOTLIGHT

Pookie’s Pantry Pookie’s Pantry’s mission is to create all-natural homemade products just like grandmother used to make! Find sweet and hot jams from apple pie and strawberry banana to habanero and mango jalapeno flavors at their booth on Thursdays from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Oceanside Morning Farmers Market.FIND OUT MORE

SUNSET MARKET VENDOR SPOTLIGHT

Frida’s Grill Tacos Frida’s Grill Tacos is your go-to for fresh carne asada, al pastor and carnitas street tacos and aguas frescas! Until the Sunset Market can safely reopen, you can support and connect with Frida’s and our other vendors at VirtualSunsetMarket.com.FIND OUT MORE
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