An Afternoon of Epicurean Delights in Pismo Beach
Come enjoy An Afternoon of Epicurean Delights in Pismo Beach. San Luis Obispo Police Chief Deanna Cantrell will be the main stage emcee for the 30th Annual Afternoon of Epicurean Delights to be held on Sunday, June 4th from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm at the Chapman Estate in Pismo Beach. This spectacular occasion benefits the Health & Prevention Division of Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County.
Each year, the tranquil grounds of the Historic Chapman Estate are transformed into an elegant garden party, and guests are invited to enjoy the panoramic ocean views, stroll through the lovely gardens, lounge poolside and bid on silent auction items, while tasting over fifty of SLO County’s most renowned and award winning restaurants, caterers, wineries, breweries, and confectioners. Guests will also enjoy a variety of live music: Cool Notes (Tali Ortega), Nick Larsen of Proxima Parada, The Paisanos Band, The Hot Club of SLO, Natalie Haskins and Geovani Gabriele.
Tickets for Afternoon of Epicurean Delights are $125.00, and available for purchase at Crushed Grape, SLO Chamber of Commerce, Pismo Beach Chamber of Commerce and the Arroyo Grande/Grover Beach Chamber of Commerce, on line at aed.capslo.org or by phone from the Health & Prevention Division office at 805-544-2498.
To minimize the impact on Pismo Beach residents, guests are asked to park at Pismo Beach City Hall, 760 Mattie Rd. and ride the complimentary shuttle.
For those not living on the Central Coast, Afternoon of Epicurean Delights has become the best reason for a get-away weekend and an experience that brings people back, year after year to Pismo Beach.
Contact Paula B. Clark: firstname.lastname@example.org, Afternoon of Epicurean Delights, Media Volunteer
Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County is a nonprofit agency that focuses on helping people and changing lives by serving more than 30,000 people annually. We are committed to fighting poverty by empowering individuals and families to achieve economic self-sufficiency and self-determination through a comprehensive array of community-based programs.