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Children bring their favorite teddy bears — often in spectacular costumes—to the Teddy Bear Tea, which will take place at the Paso Robles Park Ballroom, 1232 Park St., from 2 to 4 p.m.
“Opening our gates to our neighbors in Southern California is the least we can do in this time of devastation,” said Amanda Diefenderfer, Park Director. “No matter the saddle in which you find your seat, it is the unique spirit of horses that brings us together; we are happy to help in any way possible.”
Santa and his merry band of police officers and firefighters will be visiting the community on December 14th and 19th.
Last month the City Councils of both Atascadero and Paso Robles voted to walk away from an agreement with the County of San Luis Obispo to pay for a portion of a new, $14 million animal shelter in San Luis Obispo that would provide animal services countywide, but now a modified version of that agreement could be back on the table. After both councils voted to leave the agreement, an ad hoc committee was formed to see if the issue could be resolved and the two cities brought back on board. The ad hoc committee, made up of District 5 Supervisor Debbie Arnold, County Animals Services Director Eric Anderson, Atascadero Mayor Tom O’Malley, Atascadero Mayor Pro-Tem Roberta Fonzi, Paso Robles Mayor Steve Martin and Paso Robles Mayor Pro-Tem Steve Gregory, had a productive meeting by all accounts.
“It’s fun to really play with those details and slide them around in time to see what’s going to have the biggest emotional impact for our audience when they see it on the screen,” Animator Mike Venturini said. Before spending his recent years on “Coco,” Venturini has contributed almost two decades as a Pixar animator on such Academy Award winning features, as “The Incredibles” and “Finding Nemo.” He continued on as a directing animator for more Academy Award winners, such as “Up” and “Ratatouille,” moving on up as supervising animator on more Academy Award winners: “Toy Story 3” and “The Good Dinosaur.”
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“The first dance of the year is always free, to have people come and by and check it out,” said Wayne Lyons, President of the Atascadero Agricultural Hall. His entertainment committee sponsors the dances for the communities. The dances take place at the more than 100-year-old Atascadero Grange Hall, one of the original “Colony” homes of the city, which used to serve at a USO dance hall for Camp Roberts during WWII.
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The sets were beautifully painted and classic. The costumes were brilliant and the cast was delightful: young ballerinas smiling and nailing their parts and lead dancers putting on a first-class performance, fit for any big-city stage.
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“He come by with a big chef hat, ‘You call that Minestrone?’” Varia growled, mimicking his father, “‘Throw it away! Do it again!’ — crazy.” So Varia said he learned to cut with precision. “I throw them away. Next time we make it better. I learn how to do it with love.” – Chef Antonio Varia
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The annual Paso Robles Pioneer Day Parade rolled down Spring Street and around the downtown city square, featuring tractors, bands, equestrian entries and more.