Lieu Dit was founded in 2011 and focuses solely in the varieties indigenous to the Loire Valley, now grown in Santa Barbara County. The varied micro-climates and marine based soils of Santa Barbara County are ideally suited to this set of grapes. Lieu Dit centers on Sauvignon Blanc and more limited bottlings of Chenin Blanc, Cabernet Franc and Rose and produces around 2500 cases annually. Each vintage, the quest for purity, elegance, and balance in every wine is paramount.
The Santa Maria Civic Theater
The Santa Maria Civic Theater is another outlet at which passionate, live community theater may be enjoyed throughout the year. The theater group is the oldest and longest-running one of its kind between Ventura and Monterey, making it a fine-tuned favorite for any visitor to the Santa Maria Valley.
Ca' Del Grevino Vineyard
Ca’ Del Grevino is the signature wine brand representing regality, tradition and opulence. The vineyard, located just 10 miles from the Pacific Ocean in the Santa Maria Valley, produces some of the finest wines in California. Ca’ Del Grevino, meaning “House of Grewal Family Wines”, produces fine wines steeped in Italian tradition with a distinctive […]
Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes Center
The Dunes Center is a natural history museum in the heart of Guadalupe, CA that works to conserve the unique ecosystem of the local dunes through education, research, and cooperative stewardship. Well known for its display of artifacts from Cecil B. DeMille’s 1923 The Ten Commandments, the Dunes Center also offers a variety of guided […]
Santa Maria Wine Trolley comes to the Santa Maria Valley!
Explore our wineries in style! The Wine Trolley route takes approximately 75 minutes and takes you to our amazing wineries.The wine trolley will run Saturdays and Sundays, and run every 75 minutes from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting at Town Center West. The wine trolley will also run one additional route from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., but will […]
PCPA Presents: Fences
August Wilsonʼs Pulitzer and Tony Award winning masterpiece will swing onto the Marian Theatre stage in this gripping family drama about Troy Maxson, a former star of the Negro baseball leagues who now works as a garbage man in 1957 Pittsburgh. As a black man excluded from the major leagues during his prime, Troy’s inner […]
The Phantom of the Melodrama
In an effort to be taken seriously as a “legitimate theatre,” the Melodrama decides to produce the most famous musical of all time, The Phantom of the Opera. But things go awry when off-stage drama, bad luck, and a mysterious figure derail the production. With a colorful cast of characters, hysterical song parodies, and witty […]
Annual Los Alamos Old Days
The Los Alamos Old Days Celebration is held each year to honor, preserve and celebrate the town’s authentic Western heritage. Highlights of the weekend celebration include free entertainment, two-day Peddlers Mart, and Sunday morning’s Greatest Little Small Town Parade! The 2017 celebration will take place on September 22nd-24th on Bell Street in Downtown Los Alamos.