A dynamic and informative 90-minute breakfast program specifically geared to San Luis Obispo business people. Held on the fourth Thursday of each month, local experts focus on a wide variety of community and business topics.
Deadline to register is 5:00 p.m. May 21.
This month’s lead sponsor:
This month’s topics include:
WHAT’S RED, WHITE AND SIPPED ALL OVER?
SLO wine, of course. Once almost a local secret, SLO Coast wine country is gaining steam, with a fresh brand, bigger domain and new executive director, Anne Steinhauer, at the helm. We invited her to share her perspective on opportunities and challenges as well as what’s new in SLO wine country.
THE 411 ON DOING BUSINESS WITH CANNA-BUSINESS
As the legal cannabis industry takes shape across SLO County, it needs accountants, contractors, goods and services just like any other industry. But some of the rules and regulations can be fuzzy, or at least seem that way from the outside. So we asked Glenn Burdette’s Tim Dossa to tell us what we need to know.
THE VIEW FROM 40 ,000 FEET
Liz Ruth spends many nights staring at the stars. Not from her backyard, but from 40,000 feet up, in the pilot seat of the world’s largest airborne astronomical observatory. We asked Ruth to share highlights of her experience as a NASA research pilot and what the missions entail.
CHECK IT OUT | SLO LIBRARY TURNS 100
The SLO Library system is looking pretty nimble and spry for a centenarian, with new digital collections, maker kits, expanded hours and more. Assistant Library Director Chase McMunn will share how the library has evolved to remain a vital community resource even in fast-changing times.
CREATING PARADISE FROM THE GROUND UP
After the town of Paradise was reduced to rubble in last fall’s wildfires, a group of Cal Poly students under the guidance of Stacey White set about designing an entirely new Paradise from scratch. A few students will share what the experience was like as well as a peek at their vision for rebuilding.