Thursdays – Community Farmer’s Market, 3 pm to 5 pm at Spencer’s Market on Main St. For information please visit: http://www.morrobay.org/eat-drink/grocery-farmer-s-markets/thursday-morro-bay-farmer-s-market.
Saturdays – Community Farmer’s Market, 2:30 pm-5 pm on Main St. & Harbor St. For more information please visit: http://www.morrobay.org/eat-drink/grocery-farmer-s-markets/main-street-market.
Annual Morro Bay Car Show
Weekend of April 4-6
Cruisin’ Morro Bay Car Show returns for its 22nd year in 2018! Beginning Thursday evening, rare cars will begin arriving in Morro Bay for registration. On Friday, join us for Cruise Night at 6 p.m. as classic and other rare cars cruise along the Embarcadero. Continue the “Show & Shine” on Saturday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. and talk with the car owners. The event wraps up on Sunday morning with the announcement of the prize winners. For more information or to register a vehicle for this event visit. Morrobaybaycarshow.org
April 6, 7th & 8th
Moro Bay Annual Yard Sale Starts April 6 –
ANNUAL MORRO BAY CITYWIDE YARD SALE
Shop at over 300 different sale locations and find treasures you didn’t even know you “needed”. This is a fun time to come to Morro Bay, spend at least 2 days (because you can’t go to all the sales in one day) and get almost anything you can imagine.
The Morro Bay Kite Festival is a FREE annual event for kite enthusiasts and families. Hosted on the beach just north of Morro Rock which offers some of the best kite-flying wind in the world. Come enjoy a fun family event for all ages and lifestyles. For more information please visit: http://www.morrobaykitefestival.org/.
Friday, April 27:
1-4 pm Amateur kite fighting on the beach
6-9 pm Welcome Professional Flyers networking and dinner (TBD)
Saturday, April 28:
Free kites to all kids
1-4 pm Giant Kite Octopus display at Coleman Park
10-4 pm Vendors and Pro Kite demonstrations on the beach
1-4 pm Kite demonstrations and STEM displays (Morro Bay High School)
4-6 pm Sunset party (TBD)
Sunday April 29:
1-4 pm Kite display at Coleman Park
10-4 pm Vendors and kite demonstrations on the beach
12-4 pm Kite surfing demo and a demo
About the Wind is Power competition:
This competition is for students that want to create and show how the wind can be harnessed for power. This will be a practical challenge focusing on renewable energy. Pupils will design and build a simple wind powered machine that can show that will allow students to explore their interest in renewable energy. The STEM competition also gives students a chance to shine in the areas of engineering they find most enjoyable.
This generation of students we’re dealing with now, they’re very much in tune with environmental issues and ecological issues.” Said Teri Bayus, Event Coordinator for the Kite Festival, “It helps with problem-solving skills and what you can do in a real-life scenario.”
Students are scored not only on whether their creation is able to create the most energy, but on their ability to explain their design.
Students will compete in 3 categories, primary 1-5 grade, secondary 6-9, and High 10-12. We will also have an adult category. Accolades will be scholarships and prizes.