We’re sorry, this event is sold out. You are welcome to come to the door and if space is available we will get you in on a first-come-first-served basis. Doors open at 7 a.m.
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. September 26.
This month’s topics:
WITH THIS APPRENTICE, YOU’RE NOT FIRED, YOU’RE HIRED
ARE WE DISASTER READY?
A CLEAN START
REFLECTIONS FROM THE SLO CITY TRENCHES
SLO City Manager Katie Lichtig has shepherded the city through many volatile issues in her seven-year tenure, from increasing housing and improving infrastructure to recovering from a tough recession and negotiating early stages of Diablo Canyon’s closure. As she departs for a new job in Santa Monica, we invited Lichtig to say farewell and share what she’ll take away from her time here.
THE BUZZ ON CIDER
LIFE UNDER DACA
MADAMA BUTTERFLY TAKES FLIGHT
Opera San Luis Obispo is readying for its annual Citywide Arts Collaboration, a production of the tragic but beloved Madama Butterfly, with Puccini’s soaring arias, elaborate sets, period costumes and stirring ballet. Soprano Julie Davies will sing the opera’s most famous aria, Un bel dì vedremo (“One fine day we’ll see”), accompanied by artistic director and conductor Brian Asher Alhadeff on piano.