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Library display to feature Russ Surber

The Paso Robles Library will feature the photography of Russ Surber for the month of November. Surber is a local photographer who grew up in […]Full Article

Scarecrows lurking in downtown Paso Robles

Downtown is overrun by scarecrows decorated by local schoolchildren! Merchants in downtown Paso Robles have “adopted” unique creations of scarecrows decorated by local schoolchildren and […]Full Article

Library Book Club invites the public to join

How Did You Get This Number? The Paso Robles Library Book Club invites the public to join in a lively discussion of Sloane Crosley’s How […]Full Article

Seniors strive for fitness

Age is mind over matter…if you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter. – Mark Twain The famous quote above by Mark Twain truly represents the philosophy […]Full Article

Shanda Renee competes for $40,000 charity prize

Shanda Renee of Paso Robles has made it to the top 20 in a contest to win a $40,000 award for charity. The winner of […]Full Article

Bilingual volunteers needed for tax prep

The Paso Robles City Library is partnering with AARP Tax Aide and Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program to provide tax assistance for the coming tax season […]Full Article

Volunteer opportunities available for city celebration

Help ring in the New Year with family and friends at the city’s first‐ever fireworks show over the City Hall building. The first event of […]Full Article

Third Thursday event puts community first

Must! charities has teamed up with several downtown Paso Robles businesses to host “Third Thursday,” wherein every third Thursday of the month, consumers can shop, […]Full Article

Howl’oween at Sherwood Dog Park is Oct. 26

Dogs are invited to bring their families to trick-or-treat and celebrate the holiday at Sherwood Dog Park in Paso Robles. The event is Saturday, Oct. […]Full Article

The Panda’s Garden serves as outdoor classroom

Virginia Peterson Elementary students help restore garden When Tom Taylor retired and moved to Atascadero from Southern California, he had no intention of cutting his […]Full Article