Fall is a wonderful season to plan for a cozy night away and a festive evening at the theater. With that in mind, the Radisson Hotel Santa Maria is offering a theater package beginning at $198 per night, which includes a deluxe room for two; a breakfast buffet; daily newspaper; and tickets to any Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts (PCPA) performances during the 2016-2017 season. Disney’s Beauty and the Beast is now playing at Santa Maria’s Marian Theatre through December 23. PCPA remains the only professional resident company on the Central Coast and stages the finest classic and contemporary live theater plays. The Radisson Hotel Santa Maria is also sporting an array of recent upgrades including new flooring, a renovated lobby, Sleep Number mattresses, quality linens, down pillows and premium down-filled comforters and duvet covers. Click here for more information.
Here Comes The Santa Maria Valley Wine Trolley!
We are excited to introduce the new Santa Maria Valley Wine Trolley, an innovative public transportation experience that will launch later in the month on Memorial Day weekend. The Santa Maria Valley Wine Trolley will run every weekend from May 27 to September 4, allowing locals and visitors alike to enjoy unique round-trip excursions into […]
Cottonwood Canyon’s Age Worthy Wines
Chardonnay. Pinot Noir. Syrah. And Norm Beko. Cottonwood Canyon Winery is an experience not to be missed. The vineyard sits on a serene 78-acre estate on the northern edge of the Foxen Canyon Wine Trail in the Santa Maria Valley. It’s such a beautiful place to witness Santa Maria Valley winemaking at its best. The […]
8th Annual Family Kite Festival
In celebration of National Kite Month, Central Coast residents of all ages will send hundreds of brightly colored kites soaring into the sky on Sunday, April 23, at the 8th annual Free Family Kite Festival. Presented by the Discovery Museum and the Santa Maria Public Airport, the Kite Festival will feature professional kite-flying demonstrations, contests, […]
The Luffa Farm
Recently, the luffa – a sponge that’s most commonly used on the skin while bathing – had its 15 minutes of fame after this Buzz Feed article went viral on social media. Many people were shocked to discover the luffa isn’t an object found in the ocean, rather, it’s a tropical gourd that grows on […]